Solheim Cup Photos

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Michelle Wie falls down after missing a birdie putt on the 18th hole of her singles match against Caroline Hedwall on Sunday. Hedwall won the match, which clinched the Solheim Cup for Team Europe.
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European players and assistants celebrate the team's first-even win on U.S. soil. They stormed to an 18-10 rout in the win, which also marked the first time Europe has won back-to-back Cups in the event's history.
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Michelle Wie lost to Caroline Hedwall in the match that clinched the Cup for Europe. Wie finished the week 2-2, while Hedwall became the first player to go 5-0 in the event's history.
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Wie was a controversial captain's pick, but she played well all week.
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Paula Creamer teed off as a big favorite against 17-year-old Charley Hull, but Hull won in a rout, 5 and 4.
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Moments after their post-match hug, Hull asked Creamer for her autograph. Creamer signed Hull's golf ball.
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Creamer lost the sixth hole to fall behind in match, and Hull pulled away from there.
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Playing in Sunday's opening singles match, Stacy Lewis rallied to halve her match against Anna Nordqvist.
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Jessica Korda halved her singles match against Giulia Sergas, but the Cup was already decided before they finished.
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European fans had a lot to cheer about early Sunday as their team began the day with a big lead.
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On Saturday, the biggest upset of the afternoon fourball matches happened when Solheim rookies Jodi Ewart-Shadoff [teeing off] and Charley Hull took down Paula Creamer and Lexi Thompson, 2-up.
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European Team members Anna Nordqvist, Catriona Matthew and Suzann Pettersen {with caddie Graeme Matthew] celebrate as Carlota Ciganda makes a birdie putt on the 18th hole to win her match. The Europeans took a 10 1/2 - 5 1/2 lead into Sunday singles.
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Paula Creamer was unable to get key putts to drop over the final holes on Saturday afternoon.
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Gerina Piller and Angela Stanford lost 1 down to Azahara Munoz and Carlota Ciganda Saturday afternoon. The U.S. faced a huge deficit heading into Sunday.
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Paula Creamer celebrates after making a putt at the 15th hole Saturday morning.
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Michelle Wie and Suzann Pettersen greet each other on the first tee Saturday morning.
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Jessica Korda ´╗┐plays her third shot on the first hole Saturday morning. After Korda threw up during her opening match on Friday, U.S. captain Meg Mallon remarked, "Bill Russell used to throw up before every game."
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Morgan Pressel plays a shot on the fourth hole Saturday morning. Pressel and Jessica Korda lost to Anna Nordqvist and Caroline Hedwall.
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Anna Nordqvist made a hole-in-one the 187-yard par-3 17th on Saturday morning.
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The American fans were loud during Saturday morning matches at Colorado Golf Club.
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Stacy Lewis and Paula Creamer celebrate their win on the 18th hole Saturday morning.
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Michelle Wie, Brittany Lang and U.S. captain Meg Mallon celebrate Wie and Lang's Saturday morning win over Beatriz Recari and Suzann Pettersen.
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Michelle Wie wants to hear the crowd along the 15th fairway.
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The trio of Michelle Wie, Lexi Thompson, and Morgan Pressel show off their Red, White and Blue spirit.
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Lizette Salas of United States hits from a bunker on the 16th hole.
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Paula Creamer and her fellow Solheim Cup teammates show a sense of style with these outfits.
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Catriona Matthew of Scotland hits her second shot on the 1st hole.
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You know it's a big event when Captain America takes time out of his crime-fighting schedule to show up.
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Alison Nicholas, former player and captain of the European Solheim Cup team, suits up in a festive outfit.
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Suzann Pettersen makes a putt on the second hole.
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American fans showed up in full force to cheer the Solheim Cup team.
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Morgan Pressel and Jessica Korda celebrate after a shot on the 2nd hole.
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Suzann Pettersen reacts to missing a birdie putt at the Solheim Cup.
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Morgan Pressel hits off the tee on the 2nd hole.