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Suzann Pettersen caused a bit of controversy over a thought-to-be-conceded putt during Saturday’s fourball matches at the 2015 Solheim Cup. On Monday, she made a public apology on her Instagram account for her sportsmanship, or lack thereof, and the way she carried herself.

I’ve never felt more gutted and truly sad about what went down Sunday on the 17th at the Solheim Cup.  I am so sorry for not thinking about the bigger picture in the heat of the battle and competition. I was trying my hardest for my team and put the single match and the point that could be earned ahead of sportsmanship and the game of golf itself! I feel like I let my team down and I am sorry. To the U.S. team, you guys have a great leader in Juli , who I’ve always looked up to and respect so much. Knowing I need to make things “right,” I had a face to face chat with her before leaving Germany this morning to tell her in person how I really feel about all of this. I wanted her also to know that I am sorry. I hope in time the U.S. team will forgive me and know that I have learned a valuable lesson about what is truly important in this great game of golf which has given me so much in my life. To the fans of golf who watched the competition on TV, I am sorry for the way I carried myself. I can be so much better and being an ambassador for this great game means a lot to me. The Solheim Cup has been a huge part of my career. I wish I could change Sunday for many reasons. Unfortunately I can’t.  This week I want to push forward toward another opportunity to earn the Solheim Cup back for Europe in the right way. And I want to work hard to earn back your belief in me as someone who plays hard, plays fair and plays the great game of golf the right way.

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Here is how the events unfolded for which she is now apologizing:

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  1. Cynthia Hobson

    Oct 20, 2015 at 5:17 pm

    Se trata de un celista muy talentoso pero proscrito por el partido comunista por sus a few ideas de apertura.

  2. Rich

    Oct 14, 2015 at 7:01 pm

    The Euros duped her into that. At the very least, you would consider it horrible sportsmanship to be walking and moving if you expected her to putt out. It was a gotcha moment. Feign walking off and then say,” we wanted you to putt that”. Horrible and very transparent.

  3. Crash2k1

    Oct 13, 2015 at 2:41 pm

    So, someone violated an actual written rule and the competitor is apologizing for what exactly?

  4. Free Pettersen

    Sep 29, 2015 at 5:10 pm

    Seriously.. who is to blame here, competitor A for not GIVING AWAY a stroke in a team competition, or competitor B for ASSUMING the stroke was given. Having heard the American’s from Inkster to Lee, I think they need to grow up and take responsibility. No one said it was good so Pettersen was right. Lee still actually claims to this day she heard someone say it was good, I’ve seen the interview of her saying it in her own words, so this is 100% on her. Pettersen and her partner have both said it was not given. So Lee dreams this all up, makes a stupid mistake, and can’t take responsibility.. SAD.. GROW UP

    Was it borderline that her playing partner walked away? Yes, but that does not mean she should be required to GIVE AWAY a stroke in team competition, and it makes me sick that someone has to apologize to a competitor who can’t take responsibility…

    The entitlement generation strikes again..

  5. JB

    Sep 29, 2015 at 10:42 am

    I don’t blame her entirely. Her team is just as much at fault for this. Part of golf etiquette when it comes to putting lists this as a DO NOT: Leave the putting area until all other players in the group have holed out.

  6. sss

    Sep 25, 2015 at 4:37 am

    sorry charlie…once a glass is shattered, no words will put it back together

  7. Joe

    Sep 23, 2015 at 8:17 pm

    People, people, people, it is over. Move on.

  8. Jordan S

    Sep 23, 2015 at 3:05 am

    Why have this sort of tournament and competition if you can’t do a bit of gamesmanship? Why have team play at all?

  9. don davis

    Sep 23, 2015 at 1:30 am

    MATCH PLAY CAN GET CHIPPY. DO NOT EVER RAKE A PUTT. TOO MANY CONCESSIONS BY THE PLAYERS. I THOUGHT PETTERSON’S MOVE WAS CLASSIC. LINE UP A TWO FOOTER AND MAKE IT. IT IS NOT ALL HUGS AND KISSES OUT THERE. WHAT IF THE AMERICANS PULLED THE SAME GAMBIT. THERE ARE A TON OF THIHGS I HAVE DONE AND HAD DONE TO ME IN MATCH PLAY. FUN TO WATCH CANNOT WAIT FOR IOWA.

  10. Fat Jack

    Sep 22, 2015 at 1:36 pm

    What kind of sick twisted mind thinks it’s cool to win this way? That’s the thing. I would hate winning like this.

    Alison was wrong to pick it up, but show some respect to the situation and the confusion you yourself helped to create. Situations like this are what define the type of person you are, in that moment. A hollow, empty, instagram post a day later means nothing to me.

    • christian

      Sep 23, 2015 at 10:53 am

      “Confusion you helped create”. This is MATCHPLAY at the highest international level. There SHOULD be gamesmanship and getting your opponent out of balance. It’s the way it is with the matchplay format, like it or not. There is always “psychological warfare” and i find that part of matchplay to be absolutely fascinating and without it there would definitily be a loss of dimension. Also, what IS it with all this emotional and unstable behaviour with crying and hugging? Sure, Lee is a rookie but I expect more from players at this level, made it all look some prom gone wrong. Ridiculous. What Pettersen DID wrong was to come out with this forced apology when she really should come out and tell these cry babies to grow up and behave like adults. And admonish Lee for giving HERSELF a Gimme at a Solheim Cup event!

  11. JJ

    Sep 22, 2015 at 12:16 pm

    Classless gamesmanship by petterson and a fake, disengenious empty apology aimed at salvaging what little respect she still has from non-biased non-euros. What’s missed in all this is how pathetic the euro icequeen captain now looks for digging in and taking the deepest position of everyone in mudslinging/attempting to blame allison lee for her honest and reasonable reaction to 1) hull walking off the green immediately after the missed birdie putt and EXACTLY as she and other opponents do to indicate that the remaining putt is good, the hole is over, and there is no need to stick around – time to move on to the next green, 2) petterson having back turned, 3) hearing (correct or not) someone say its good, and 4) the fact that it was a <2foot putt. If it wasn't conceded, its obvious that at least one of them (Hull, the only one left on the green) would have stayed to see if she made it and put pressure on her to do so. This is so obvious that anyone who says otherwise should officially move to europe permanently.

    • Jon

      Sep 22, 2015 at 4:36 pm

      Seve would be proud. I wouldn’t have put it past him to pull the same stunt.

    • erke

      Sep 22, 2015 at 5:39 pm

      Childish sportsmanship by Allison Lee who fail to admit she made a mistake. Instead cry and blame others who follow the rules. Only reason Pettersen apologize is she knows she will meet the American non sportsmanlike audience.

      • JP K

        Sep 23, 2015 at 1:21 am

        All four european pros and caddies walked away. That is disrespectful. To turn around and say that’s not good is downright disgraceful. It’s not American or European, it’s common decency. Try that at your next match play and see what happens next.

        • christian

          Sep 24, 2015 at 7:14 am

          Except. they didn’t walk away. Only Hull did.

          • Fat Jack

            Sep 24, 2015 at 3:16 pm

            Yea because Petterson didn’t even wait for the first putt and was already half way to the next tee. Gimme a break.

            • christian

              Sep 24, 2015 at 8:30 pm

              No breaks. Lee is a childish fool for not understanding the rules of matchplay/golf and a big cry baby. To give yourself a gimme is disgusting behaviour.

  12. Bar

    Sep 22, 2015 at 10:09 am

    Yanks complaining about fair play etc. One word BROOKLINE.

    • Jordan S

      Sep 23, 2015 at 3:04 am

      Several words: NFL and Brady, Deflategate. What fair play? How is that guy still playing in the NFL?

  13. antonio

    Sep 22, 2015 at 5:23 am

    To me the only mistake that Pettersen made was to apologize after feeling the pressure from the oponents side (Inkster, media, etc.). I agree the putt should have been conceded but since it was not, whether we like or not, it was the american rookie mistake to pickup the ball and lose the hole.
    So if she did not concede the putt, although poor sportmanhip, she should have stand for her decission

    • JP K

      Sep 23, 2015 at 1:24 am

      The mistake started with walking away. If the putt mattered, you stand and watch. No one walks away even when it’s a friendly. She compounded it by saying it’s not good. That’s disgraceful.

  14. MO

    Sep 22, 2015 at 3:04 am

    Can we all just move on now? I thought most of you dudes didn’t watch women’s golf anyways? lol

  15. Chris

    Sep 22, 2015 at 1:33 am

    It is really pretty clear. Petterson broke no rules. But it is obvious that this was a set up to win a hole on with a BS move. To all of you that say bravo to her, let me know before we ever play so I can say no thinks. It was a crap move and she deserves the crap she is getting. When the matriarch of European women’s golf (Laura Davies) says she is embarrassed you know it was crap. A couple more things, the apology came from somewhere other than her heart. Maybe her wallet. In 12 hours she went from I wouldn’t change a thing to having deepest apologies. I don’t buy it. And finally, when looking back at the Anika chip, the American’s are pretty routinely scorned for that move. It was BS too and pretty much no one else says otherwise. Its going to take a lot more than just a prewritten instagram post to make me believe. I think she showed her true colors on the 17th green.

  16. kev

    Sep 22, 2015 at 1:12 am

    all this drama wouldn’t have happened if Lee didn’t pick her ball up. she should woman up and take majority of the blame. she had a brain fart moment. you don’t just say “i thought i heard someone say it was good” like a little kid would. plus her putt was longer than 18 inches. even brandel chamblee and david duval thought so.

  17. christian

    Sep 22, 2015 at 12:01 am

    Gamesmanship and mind games is a typical part of Matchplay.Giving longer putts on certain holes and suddenly demand to see a short one is all part of it. If anybody doesn’t like it, stay away from it then. To give yourself a Gimme at this level is stupid, childish even. Suzann shouldn’t apologize, she should tell the US player to grow up and mind her manners. Hell, I never even give myself a Gimme and make sure they TELL ME it’s a Gimme when playing with my buddies, people I have known since I was 4 or 5. It’s just classless/childish to assume a gimme

  18. hugh jarz

    Sep 21, 2015 at 10:59 pm

    Here we have Cinderella’s two step-sisters….Julie Inkster and Suzann Pettersen. They are to beauty pageants what Bubba Watson is to Jeopardy! Most agree Pettersen has a good body, but that is a face only a mother could love. You’d want to borrow it to go fight a dog — and in the light of day without the help of make-up, wow, talk about scary.

  19. T-MAC

    Sep 21, 2015 at 9:50 pm

    Pettersen can apologize all she wants but it won’t change people’s perception. Obviously she is getting some heat for what happened and she is worried about her reputation, and perhaps even some endorsement money. I think that’s the only reason she’s apologizing.
    Glad this didn’t cost the USA the Cup. In a way, I’m sure Pettersen is glad as well because if it had, it would have made for some VERY big headlines and put her in an even bigger spotlight questioning her sportsmanship, instead of the tic-tac headlines we are seeing now.

  20. alan

    Sep 21, 2015 at 9:17 pm

    i dont understand some of the comments indicating what she did was “right” and she shouldve stood by her decision. she clearly stated she was in the wrong and what she did wasnt classy and apologetic for the “way she carried” herself. if her move was “right” there wouldnt have been any controversy, her teammate wouldnt have been crying on the 18th green after winning and the captain and co-captain would have had heated discussions with her following the match. we are talk about professional golfers, they dont miss a ton of 18 inch putts. further lee believed she heard the putt was “good” and by the body language of everyone in the group, its reasonable for her to believe the putt was conceded.

  21. Henry

    Sep 21, 2015 at 7:08 pm

    The rookie made the mistake in believing that Petterson walking away was a sign of conceding the putt. She should have verbally confirmed the concession. I’m not sure Petterson was trying to deceive her. Golf is not like other sports in which deception is a part of the game, like football (play action anyone?) She certainly didn’t admit to it and sometimes when you really want to win, you’ll walk the fine line of sportsmanship. The generous gesture would have been to concede it because it looked like a “gimme”, but Petterson had every right to call her out on that pick up and keep that point. While I believe most opponents would have conceded that putt, concession is not a requirement, only a kind gesture. Oh well, it didn’t cost the US the cup, so… USA, USA

    • Chuck

      Sep 21, 2015 at 8:54 pm

      Actually, Pettersen wasn’t “walking away.” But there is merit to your point. Pettersen had done what she frequently does, which is to start to walk to the next hole as soon as she is done in match play. She does it purposely, to rattle opponents. But in this case at the exact moment in question she was standing still, at the far side of the green on the way to the next tee. Pettersen’s foursome partner, Charley Hull, was walking past Lee in a fashion that would indicate a concession. But Hull (a Solheim Cup rookie) claims she was walking toward Pettersen to ask if they should concede the putt. Absolutely no one heard Hull ask such a question and I think it is now widely conceded that she didn’t. The announcers watching all of it and with the benefit of some on-course micing, were of course astonished that a concession hadn’t been made.

      I love match play.

  22. Cr

    Sep 21, 2015 at 5:59 pm

    They should quit and cancel all these so-called team golf competitions. There is no class left in either continent, and the rest of the world that wants to play in them can’t, and having the President’s Cup invented to bring them in and such just makes it all the more petty. It’s the end. Stop the embarrassment now, because the Americans can’t stop acting in their pedantic ways. Just listen to the talk shows on the Golf Channel; they fuel this [email protected]

    • johnnylongballz

      Sep 22, 2015 at 2:15 am

      You could not possibly be more wrong. I was at the event, and it was the most excited sporting event I have ever attended. These type of events are exactly what golf needs, and a little controversy is good for the game.

  23. Hippocamp

    Sep 21, 2015 at 5:12 pm

    Wow. A lot of people here seem to think that Pettersen didn’t do anything unsportsmanlike…

    But take a look at the video showing Pettersen huddling with team and caddies afterward. Her own team and her own caddie call her out for poor sportsmanship. Laura Davies, one of the toughest competitors for the Euros, called it disgraceful.

    There seems to be a knee-jerk “the rules are the rules” going on here, and Lee definitely made a mistake. But the way that Jack would have handled it (famous graceful concession to Jacklin in 1969) or even the way that Tiger would have handled it (famous graceful concession to Molinari in 2012) would have been to acknowledge the confusion, which the Euros helped to create by walking off the green, and concede the putt anyway. It is clear that Charley Hull would have conceded it if Pettersen hadn’t pressed the point. Hull knew the right thing to do as a rookie…

  24. King

    Sep 21, 2015 at 5:01 pm

    I find her (Pettersen) very attraktive. She is competitive, and she didnt bring her did with her to course.

  25. Bub

    Sep 21, 2015 at 4:14 pm

    They purposely gave every visible impression they were conceding the putt in order to trick the young player into thinking that was the case.

    Total BS and they deserve to be criticized for it. She’s not sorry for doing it, she’s sorry her team lost after she gave the opponent the spark they needed.

    • leo

      Sep 21, 2015 at 4:33 pm

      she shouldn’t be sorry she did the right thing she screwed up by backtracking match play always involves gamesmanship Alison Lee is one of my favorite LPGA players but if she got fooled shame on her not on Suzann Pettersen for playing by the rules

      • cb

        Sep 21, 2015 at 6:13 pm

        match play or stroke play, there is no honor in winning because of a technicality. If it truly was a move to trick the young rookie then that is sad. But it should be a self esteem booster to the rookie because apparently their golf game wasn’t good enough to beat her so they resulted to tricks.

  26. jakeanderson

    Sep 21, 2015 at 4:01 pm

    Really shameful that she did not stand by her fully correct gut-decision. Pettersen initially acted perfectly and quick-witted. Inkster should apologize for not being professional and using media to pressure Pettersen.

    • leo

      Sep 21, 2015 at 4:28 pm

      correct loved she was doing what it takes to win they call it a competition not an exhibition i have been involved in similar situations in match play and the rules overruled what you think you heard or ASSumed.No putt should be assumed to be given or made until it is conceded or holed in this case neither occured even Alison Lee’s partner knew she messed up.If a player had taken an incorrect drop or violated some other rule should that also be ignored or overlooked. I wonder how Inkster would have reacted had the roles been reversed I was most disappointed with Judy Rankin” reaction and comments I really respected her opinions prior to this but I don”anymore

  27. John

    Sep 21, 2015 at 3:57 pm

    I love how the US pulled this same kind of thing in the Solheim some years ago when they made Annika hit a shot again after she chipped in, because they measured after the fact that her opponent was actually barely a yard away. Inkster was definitely there for that, and thatt was never brought up this weekend.

    Allison Lee made a mistake by picking up and Charley Hull made a mistake by walking off. Pettersen should’ve probably said, dang it Charley, ok we’ll give it to them, but like it’s been said a million times that no rules were actually broken.

    That said, any attempt at any golf equivalent of the hidden ball trick is looked down upon in the sportsmanship spirit of golf.

    • Chuck

      Sep 21, 2015 at 9:00 pm

      Yep; good history lesson. The US did indeed do that to Anni one time several years ago.

      This was a case of gamesmanship gone too far (as was, arguably, the Anni chip-in) but the real mistake was Lee’s in not standing there to wait for a concession instead of scooping the ball with her putter. If they don’t give you the putt, you give them the death stare until they look at you. Then you take two minutes to line up your two-footer. You ask your partner for a read, then you ask your caddie for a read as well.

  28. KJ

    Sep 21, 2015 at 3:47 pm

    Lets get real here….. In match play when you turn your back and walk away to the next hole, the hole is considered over. I don’t care what the rules say. If they wanted her to putt it out, they should have stayed. Clearly a gray area and clearly very bad sportsmanship. For crying out loud, she’s apologized for her wrong doing.

    • Suffer

      Sep 21, 2015 at 4:56 pm

      Nope. That you don’t CARE about the rules describes American golf attitude right now is why golf is suffering

      • Louis

        Sep 21, 2015 at 6:53 pm

        A bit of a generalization wouldn’t you say?

        I am one of those strange americans that doesn’t fit your stereo type and ‘cares about rules’ lol. It was still bad sportsmanship at the very least. and that ‘golf is suffering’ has anything to do with ‘americans not caring about rules’ is a statement I would really love to hear you justify somehow with fact.

      • DolphLundrenade

        Sep 22, 2015 at 1:13 pm

        Nope. This has nothing to do with why “golf is suffering.” Since you feel the need to bring the “American” attitude into this I must ask- Why do you care? Stay in your own lane, don’t worry about what we’re doing over here.

        Ridiculous comment aside; in Match Play, when you turn and walk off the green you are indicating that it is a concession OR you’re just a rude C^*t.

        Bottom line: I wouldn’t feel good about winning a hole that way. If my partner pulled that, I would’ve said NO, I’ll concede and given my partner a check yourself look.

        If it was three feet by the hole, they would’ve stayed still and watched. They set that up and that is poor sportsmanship in an AS match. Still, Lee should’ve stood there until she heard the words.

  29. Forsbrand

    Sep 21, 2015 at 3:42 pm

    In the 2011 Walker Cup GB and I Jack Senior had his brother caddying for him in the mornings fourball match which they won. It was subsequently found out that Jack’s brother was a professional golfer which is against the rules of the Walker Cup. It was discussed and it was felt that the result should remain although it could have been decided as a half.

    If you have to ask if a putt is good then you shouldn’t mind to have to putt it out. Whether there was some sort of confusion any good golfer at that stage in the game should always clarify if the putt has been given. I don’t have a problem with Petersen’s decision but I do worry about her statement today. It’s a little too much feet the horse has bolted! Les just get on withit put it behind us.

  30. Brian

    Sep 21, 2015 at 3:26 pm

    Seve wouldn’t have apologized.

    • Forsbrand

      Sep 21, 2015 at 3:44 pm

      Any one playing against Seve would have checked with him first if it was ok clearing up any doubt, just ask Paul Azinger?………………..

    • Rich

      Oct 14, 2015 at 7:45 pm

      Seve wouldn’t have walked. He would have stood there arms folded. All body language indicating, ” Keep putting”.

  31. Jamie

    Sep 21, 2015 at 3:14 pm

    Suzann didn’t do anything wrong. I don’t care if it was a 2 inch tap in. You don’t pick it up unless they say “good”.

    • Brian

      Sep 21, 2015 at 3:24 pm

      I got blasted a point at my Thursday night men’s league when I drop kicked a 6 inch away ball off the green after a 3rd putt missed. And I took my medicine. Learn the rules or don’t play the game.

      • Cliff

        Sep 21, 2015 at 3:52 pm

        You are clearly playing with a bunch of A-holes!

  32. Atlantagolf

    Sep 21, 2015 at 3:09 pm

    It is difficult to tell what transpired from that video. One one hand, if the opposing team turns their back and starts walking to the next tee it is common to assume they gave the putt. BUT nowhere in the rules does it state if you opponent walks off the green your putt is good! If ever in doubt, measure twice cut once.

  33. Matt

    Sep 21, 2015 at 2:52 pm

    If you look at the video- you have the Euro girl watching, when the putt misses starts walking to the next tee. I don’t know how y’all play in your games, but when the guy you are playing turns their back and starts walking to the next tee thats “its good”. When i do that i generally say “its good” and walk. If its not good, i get closer and watch like a hawk…because the putt matters.

    • JP K

      Sep 23, 2015 at 1:28 am

      I came here to say that. If someone did that to me, we would be having serious words on the next tee. You simply don’t walk away from the green in a friendly, let alone a competition, while people are still playing, especially if it matters to ME.

  34. Craig

    Sep 21, 2015 at 2:51 pm

    I understand why she felt the need to issue some form of apology, but i really don’t agree with the way she was vilified, just because a rookie made a basic mistake of assuming a putt was conceded. When Lee admitted her own US playing partner was telling her not to pick it up, why is it the opposing teams fault…..

  35. erke

    Sep 21, 2015 at 2:23 pm

    The US team made a mistake. You don’t concede your own putts. And then they managed to pin it on Pettersen.
    If you make a mistake like that, you don’t cry about it., and blame others. You admit your mistake and move on.

  36. Mike

    Sep 21, 2015 at 2:04 pm

    For as bad as her original behavior was, her response was classy and appropriate. Time to move on.

  37. MO

    Sep 21, 2015 at 1:51 pm

    Juli Inkster should get up and apologize as well for her childish, ranting behavior throughout the competition. No kid should have to watch her get in the European captains’ faces and gesticulate so wildly as to seem like a child throwing a tantrum. Let it all wash over now, shake hands and move on that these ladies are clueless when it comes to sportsmanship, after all. Move on.

    • Forsbrand

      Sep 23, 2015 at 5:02 pm

      Nail on the head MO! Inkster ridiculous both Saturday and Sunday. Poor Captaincy also not addressing Koch but speaking to vice captain Anika instead. Just poor, and as for that ridiculous t shirt Winner Winner Chicken Dinner , what was she thinking ? Poor form all round really.

  38. farmer

    Sep 21, 2015 at 1:43 pm

    Not a classy way to play by the rules, but the rule is clear. If Lee heard “that’s good”, she should have made sure it was a competitor saying so. Petterson was clearly correct, but she may now have the reputation for taking a cheap shot.

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