Solheim Cup USA Players Visit Obama and The White House

Solheim Cup USA Players Visit Obama and The White House

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The Solheim Cup ladies from Team USA pose for a picture with the President of the United States, Barack Obama.
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Dustin Johnson may have won the United States Open, but the ladies of the 2015 American Solheim Cup team are winning the United States capital.

After competing in the Meijer LPGA Classic in Grand Rapids Michigan, Team USA captain Juli Inkster and her team members did a brief tour of Washington, D.C., which included a very special stopover: The White House.

Decked out in their American flag Converse sneakers just as they were during the opening ceremonies last September in St. Leon-Rot, Germany, the women of Team USA hammed it up all over social media, and President Barack Obama was not to be left out.

Team USA made a spectacular comeback to beat Team Europe 14.5 – 13.5, capturing the cup for the first time since 2009.

Check out the fun snaps below.

 

Thank you @barackobama for celebrating our Solheim Cup victory with us! #AMERICA #GoPuns #HawaiiNoKaOi #salute

A video posted by Michelle Wie (@themichellewie) on

 

Oh hey Abe

A video posted by Brittany Lincicome (@brittany1golf) on

 

Touring the White House with my Pod sees @thealisonlee #Merica

A photo posted by Michelle Wie (@themichellewie) on

 

Just casually strolling up to the White House with the Solheim Cup!

A photo posted by Morgan Pressel (@mpressel) on

 

First stop!! Follow the adventures on!

A photo posted by Morgan Pressel (@mpressel) on

 

Just hanging out with Abe…..

A video posted by Paula Creamer Heath (@paulacreamer1) on

 

Love to be looking out at people looking in. #lucky

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