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Event History

The Cup

The United States and Europe head into the 2009 competition tied with an overall record of 2-2-0. The team hosting the event has won the PING Junior
Solheim Cup in all four instances.

Cummulative Results by Player

Year-by-Year Results and Summaries

2002
Oak Ridge Country Club
Hopkins, Minn.
United States: 17
Europe: 7

2002 Results Summary

The inaugural PING Junior Solheim Cup was staged at Oak Ridge Country Club in Hopkins, Minn., in the days leading up to The Solheim Cup at Interlachen in Edina.

The United States, anchored by Jennifer Pandolfi and Amanda Blumenherst, was victorious, 17-7, over the European squad. Both Pandolfi and Blumenherst were undefeated, winning all three matches in which they competed.

2003
Bokskogen Golf Club
Bara, Sweden.
Europe: 12.5
United States: 11.5

2003 Results Summary

In 2003, the event moved to Bokskogen Golf Club in Bara, Sweden. For five of the team’s members – Blumenherst, Paula Creamer, Brittany Lincicome, Pandolfi and Jane Park – the 2002 U.S. victory was still fresh in their minds.

Although the U.S. Team took an early lead, the European squad responded by winning four of six four-ball matches in the afternoon of the first day, to take its first lead in PING Junior Solheim Cup history. Leading 6.5-5.5 going into the singles matches, both squads took six points, giving Europe a 12.5-11.5 victory.

2005
The Bridgewater Club
Carmel, Ind.
United States: 16
Europe: 8

2005 Results Summary

The 2005 competition saw the event return to U.S. soil. Pressel led the charge of this energetic squad. Pressel, along with Megan Grehan and Sydnee Michaels, went undefeated throughout the event. The U.S. also took home 10 of the 12 individual victories on the final day to defeat the European team, 16-8.

2007
Båstad Golf Club
Båstad, Sweden
Europe: 14
United States: 10

2007 Results Summary

In 2007, the competition made its way to Båstad Golf Club in Båstad, Sweden, where the European team clinched the cup once again. Carlota Ciganda, Florentyna Parker and Nicola Rössler all had flawless records of 3-0-0 during the week to help Europe to a 14-10 victory.