DUNSANY, Ireland (AP) — Europe won the Solheim Cup for the first time since 2003 on Sunday, finishing powerfully to beat the United States 15-13 at Killeen Castle.
Caroline Hedwall of the Netherlands earned a crucial halved match with Ryann O'Toole — after being two down with two holes left — to give Europe a 14-13 lead.
With Spain's Azahara Munoz one up against Angela Stanford after a birdie at the 17th in the final singles, Europe was guaranteed to achieve the 14½ points required for victory. Munoz went on to win her match.
Earlier Michelle Wie lost two late holes to fall to Europe's Suzann Pettersen.