Solheim Cup 2023: Meet the Europe Team

The anticipation is palpable as the Solheim Cup 2023 approaches. Set against the stunning backdrop of Finca Cortesin in Spain, this year promises to be one of the most thrilling tournaments to date.

Europe’s team, captained by the legendary Suzann Pettersen, is poised to defend their title on home soil. Here’s a closer look at the twelve women who will represent Team Europe.

Celine Boutier: At age 29 and ranked 3rd in the world, Boutier’s achievements are impressive. Having been part of two winning Solheim Cup teams already, she comes into this event with her first major win at the 2023 Evian Championship.

Solheim Cup 2023: Meet the Europe Team

Carlota Ciganda: A seasoned Solheim Cup player, the 33-year-old Spaniard brings the advantage of playing on home turf. With 9 professional wins to her name, Carlota’s vast experience will be invaluable to Team Europe.

Gemma Dryburgh: Making her Solheim Cup debut, Gemma might be a rookie in this competition but boasts an LPGA victory in Japan and has shown consistency throughout the season.

Linn Grant: Another rookie to the Solheim, the 24-year-old Swede has made a name for herself by bagging six wins in just two seasons.

Georgia Hall: A veteran of three Solheim Cups, Hall’s prowess is evident with her world ranking of 16 and the 2018 AIG Women’s Open under her belt.

Caroline Hedwall: Though her current world ranking is 120, Hedwall’s four Solheim appearances and her experience can make her a dark horse in the tournament.

Charley Hull: Making history as the youngest competitor in Solheim history at age 17, the 27-year-old Hull is now a force to be reckoned with, boasting a world ranking of 9.

Leona Maguire: After a stellar 2021 Solheim performance, the 28-year-old Irishwoman has shown her prowess on the course, proving to be a vital asset to Team Europe.

Anna Nordqvist: The playing assistant captain brings a wealth of experience with her, having earned 15.5 points in seven Solheim appearances.

Emily Kristine Pedersen: With a commendable Solheim record, the Dane has proved herself in the past tournaments and will be keen on making a mark this year.

Madelene Sagstrom: While Sagstrom might not have had her best season, her skills and determination can make her a surprise package.

Maja Stark: The youngest member of Team Europe, Stark’s achievements so far hint at a promising career ahead.

This talented lineup of golfers has their eyes set on the prize, hoping to secure the Solheim Cup for the third consecutive time.

With a mix of seasoned pros and hungry newcomers, Team Europe is set to give their all on the greens of Finca Cortesin.

Get ready for some unforgettable moments, skillful plays, and the spirit of sportsmanship at its best.

Also Check: Which golfers are representing Team USA in the 2023 Solheim Cup?

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