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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Beatriz Recari
One day later, one hole further down the golf course, Solheim Cup rules officials found themselves in another drawn-out dispute over where to drop balls that flew into a hazard.
Karine Icher put an emphatic end to a stunning shutout that put Europe on the verge of its first Solheim Cup win in America.
A capsule look at the European players in the Solheim Cup, which starts Friday at Colorado Golf Club:
The Solheim Cup has a new look this year.
Phil Mickelson is mystified no more by links golf. He has his name etched in a silver claret jug to prove it.
Lee Westwood passed his first big test Saturday when he outplayed Tiger Woods and grabbed a two-shot lead in the British Open.
Miguel Angel Jimenez looked like the only guy who was having fun.
Inbee Park of South Korea took advantage of overnight leader Ariya Jutanugarn's triple bogey on the last hole Sunday to secure a one-stroke victory in the LPGA Thailand.
Thai teenager Ariya Jutanugarn shot a 2-under 70 Saturday to lead by three strokes after the third round of the LPGA Thailand despite finishing with two bogeys.
Stacey Lewis shot a 3-under 69 Friday to keep her three-stroke lead after the second round of the LPGA Thailand.
"Bottom line, they won the hole," Recari said. "I mean, we have to be adults. ... If it's inconclusive, we have to come to agreement. That was the argument for 31 minutes, the referee and all of us trying to figure it out. And we went back and forth."