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Stacy Lewis
Stacy Lewis
(born February 16, 1985) is an American professional golfer on the U.S.-based LPGA Tour. She has won two major championships: the Kraft Nabisco Championship
Kraft Nabisco Championship
in 2011 and the Women's British Open in 2013. She was ranked number one in the Women's World Golf Rankings for four weeks in 2013,[3] and reclaimed the position in June 2014 with a victory at the ShopRite LPGA Classic[4] for another 21 weeks.[5]

Contents

1 Early years 2 Amateur career 3 Professional career 4 Professional wins (14)

4.1 LPGA Tour
LPGA Tour
wins (12*) 4.2 Other wins (1)

5 Major championships

5.1 Wins (2) 5.2 Results timeline 5.3 Summary

6 LPGA Tour
LPGA Tour
career summary 7 World ranking 8 Team appearances

8.1 Solheim Cup
Solheim Cup
record

9 See also 10 References 11 External links

Early years[edit] Born in Toledo, Ohio, Lewis grew up in Texas
Texas
at The Woodlands outside of Houston, and graduated from The Woodlands High School
The Woodlands High School
in 2003.[6] Suffering from scoliosis, which was diagnosed at age 11 and treated by a spinal fusion when she was in high school, Lewis missed her first collegiate golf season recovering from the surgery.[7] Amateur career[edit] Lewis was a decorated amateur and a four-time All-American at the University of Arkansas. She redshirted her first year while recovering from her back surgery.[7] As a redshirt freshman in 2005, she won the Southeastern Conference
Southeastern Conference
Tournament and was named SEC Freshman Golfer of the Year.[8] In 2006, she won the Women's Western Amateur. In her 2007 season, though a back injury kept her out of the SEC Tournament, Lewis won the NCAA Division I Championship and was selected Golf Digest
Golf Digest
Amateur of the Year. She also received the National Golf Coaches Association Dinah Shore
Dinah Shore
Trophy.[9] Following the college season, she won the 92nd Women's Southern Amateur and finished second in individual play in leading the U.S. team to a victory at the Copa de las Americas.[8] She qualified for the 2007 U.S. Women's Open
U.S. Women's Open
in North Carolina, shot 78-73 in the tournament and missed the cut by three strokes to finish tied for 93rd.[10] Two months later, Lewis finished first in the 2007 LPGA NW Arkansas Championship, a professional LPGA tournament. Due to rain, the tournament was shortened to one round and Lewis's win was declared unofficial.[11] In her senior season in 2008, Lewis again won the SEC Tournament and was selected SEC Golfer of the Year and SEC Golf Scholar Athlete of the Year. She was named to the ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America team for the second time and NGCA All-America for the fourth time.[8] Lewis graduated from Arkansas in 2008 with a bachelor's degree in Finance
Finance
and Accounting. As a member of U.S. Curtis Cup team in 2008, Lewis became the first player ever to go 5–0 in a single Curtis Cup. The 2008 edition was held at the Old Course at St Andrews
Old Course at St Andrews
in Scotland
Scotland
in late May and early June,[12] and was her last competition as an amateur. The U.S. won 13 to 7 for a sixth consecutive victory over Great Britain & Ireland.[13] Professional career[edit] Following the Curtis Cup victory, Lewis turned professional, prior to competing in sectional qualifying for the U.S. Women's Open. She won medalist honors in the Garland, Texas, sectional on June 9 to qualify for her first tournament as a professional. Lewis was tied for ninth after 36 holes and shot a 67 (−6) in the third round to lead the field, but a final round 78 (+5) left her tied for third, five strokes behind winner Inbee Park. She competed in seven events on the LPGA tour in 2008, with two top-10 finishes and earned over $247,000.[14] Before 2009, Lewis was not a member of the LPGA Tour
LPGA Tour
or any other professional golf tour. She was eligible to play in the U.S. Women's Open after successfully competing in the sanctioned qualifying process. She then tried to earn her LPGA Tour
LPGA Tour
card in 2008 through the use of sponsor's exemptions,[15] but was not successful. As a result, she went to sectional qualifying in September in California[16] and advanced to the final stage of the LPGA Qualifying Tournament in Florida in December, an event which garnered considerably more press coverage than normal, due to the presence of Michelle Wie. Lewis finished as the medalist for the five-round event, three shots ahead of the field and six in front of Wie, who finished in a tie for 7th place.[17][18] Lewis's first official professional victory came at the 2011 Kraft Nabisco Championship, a major, where she led the field for the first two rounds, and then held off current world number 1 and defending champion Yani Tseng
Yani Tseng
to win by three strokes.[19] She made her Solheim Cup debut in 2011, qualifying second for the U.S. team behind Cristie Kerr. Lewis's endorsement deals include Mizuno Corp.
Mizuno Corp.
golf clubs[20] and Fila Golf apparel.[21] She signed a sponsorship deal with KPMG
KPMG
in 2012.[22]

Lewis in 2015

In 2012, Lewis won four tournaments, and became the first American player to win the LPGA Player of the Year
LPGA Player of the Year
award since Beth Daniel
Beth Daniel
in 1994.[23] She won three times in 2013, and after her win at the RR Donnelley LPGA Founders Cup in Arizona on March 17, Lewis unseated Yani Tseng
Yani Tseng
as the #1 ranked woman golfer in the world. Inbee Park overtook the number one position four weeks later on April 15. Lewis won her second major title at Women's British Open
Women's British Open
in August at St Andrews with a score of 280 (−8), two strokes ahead of runners-up Na Yeon Choi and Hee Young Park. In 2014, Lewis won the North Texas
Texas
LPGA Shootout on May 4 for her ninth official victory on tour, six strokes ahead of runner-up Meena Lee. Four weeks later, she won the ShopRite LPGA Classic
ShopRite LPGA Classic
and reclaimed the top position in the world rankings.[4] A week after a runner-up finish at the U.S. Women's Open
U.S. Women's Open
at Pinehurst, Lewis won the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship on June 29. Lewis would go on to win her second LPGA Player of the Year
LPGA Player of the Year
award. Her second in a three-year span. She would also win her second consecutive Vare Trophy
Vare Trophy
for the season's lowest scoring average. In April 2015, Lewis lost in a sudden death playoff to Brittany Lincicome at the ANA Inspiration. Lincicome won with a par on the third extra hole, having forced the playoff with Lewis after an eagle at the 72nd hole of regulation play. As of June 2015, Lewis was represented by Sterling Sports Management.[24] Lewis was the top female earner on the 2015 Golf Digest 50 All-Encompassing Money List, ranking at number 41.[24] On September 3, 2017, Lewis won the Cambia Portland Classic
Cambia Portland Classic
for her first victory in three years. Prior to the tournament, Lewis pledged her earnings to relief for victims of Hurricane Harvey. With her winner's check, and a matching donation from her main sponsor, KPMG, this amounted to $390,000.[25] Lewis missed the final women's major of the year - the Evian Championship - and later said she wouldn't play in the event again until big changes had been made to the event. "It’s not treated like a major, and yet we are calling it that," she said.[26] Professional wins (14)[edit] LPGA Tour
LPGA Tour
wins (12*)[edit]

Legend

Major championships (2)

Other LPGA Tour
LPGA Tour
(10)

No. Date Tournament Winning score To par Margin of victory Runner(s)-up Winner's share ($)

- Sep 9, 2007 LPGA NW Arkansas Championship
LPGA NW Arkansas Championship
* [1] 65 (1 round) −7 1 stroke Katherine Hull Teresa Lu Kristy McPherson n/a

1 Apr 3, 2011 Kraft Nabisco Championship 66-69-71-69=275 −13 3 strokes Yani Tseng 300,000

2 Apr 29, 2012 Mobile Bay LPGA Classic 68-67-67-69=271 −17 1 stroke Lexi Thompson 187,500

3 Jun 3, 2012 ShopRite LPGA Classic 65-65-71=201 −12 4 strokes Katherine Hull 225,000

4 Sep 23, 2012 Navistar LPGA Classic 66-70-65-69=270 −18 2 strokes Lexi Thompson 195,000

5 Nov 4, 2012 Mizuno Classic
Mizuno Classic
[2] 71-70-64=205 −11 1 stroke Lee Bo-mee 180,000

6 Mar 3, 2013 HSBC Women's Champions 67-66-69-71=273 −15 1 stroke Na Yeon Choi 210,000

7 Mar 17, 2013 RR Donnelley LPGA Founders Cup 68-65-68-64=265 −23 3 strokes Ai Miyazato 225,000

8 Aug 4, 2013 Women's British Open 67-72-69-72=280 −8 2 strokes Na Yeon Choi Hee Young Park 402,584

9 May 4, 2014 North Texas
Texas
LPGA Shootout 71-64-69-64=268 −16 6 strokes Meena Lee 195,000

10 Jun 1, 2014 ShopRite LPGA Classic 67-63-67=197 −16 6 strokes Christina Kim 225,000

11 Jun 29, 2014 Walmart NW Arkansas Championship 70-66-65=201 −12 1 stroke Cristie Kerr Lydia Ko Angela Stanford 300,000

12 Sep 3, 2017 Cambia Portland Classic 70-64-65-69=268 −20 1 stroke Chun In-gee 195,000

* Unofficial LPGA Tour
LPGA Tour
win due to tournament being shortened to one round 1 Lewis competed in the 2007 LPGA NW Arkansas Championship
LPGA NW Arkansas Championship
as an amateur. 2 Co-sanctioned by the LPGA of Japan
Japan
Tour LPGA Tour
LPGA Tour
playoff record (0–3)

No. Year Tournament Opponent(s) Result

1 2012 Women's Australian Open Julieta Granada Jessica Korda Brittany Lincicome So Yeon Ryu Hee Kyung Seo Korda won with birdie on second extra hole

2 2015 ANA Inspiration Brittany Lincicome Lost to par on third extra hole

3 2015 Canadian Pacific Women's Open Lydia Ko Lost to par on first extra hole

Other wins (1)[edit]

2013 (1) Wendy's 3-Tour Challenge (with Natalie Gulbis
Natalie Gulbis
and Cristie Kerr), unofficial event

Major championships[edit] Wins (2)[edit]

Year Championship 54 holes Winning score Margin Runner(s)-up

2011 Kraft Nabisco Championship 2 shot deficit −13 (66-69-71-69=275) 3 strokes Yani Tseng

2013 Ricoh Women's British Open 1 shot deficit −8 (67-72-69-72=280) 2 strokes Na Yeon Choi, Hee Young Park

Results timeline[edit] Results not in chronological order before 2015.

Tournament 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

ANA Inspiration T5LA DNP T64 T19 1 T4 T32 3 2 T18 T27 T55

Women's PGA Championship DNP DNP T9 T14 T6 T2 T28 T6 T13 T58 T9

U.S. Women's Open CUT T3 T48 T14 T34 T46 T42 2 T3 7 T27

Women's British Open DNP DNP CUT T31 T11 T8 1 T12 T17 4 T7

The Evian Championship
The Evian Championship
^

T6 T16 T16 T55 DNP

^ The Evian Championship
The Evian Championship
was added as a major in 2013 LA = Low amateur DNP = did not play CUT = missed the half-way cut "T" = tied Green background for wins. Yellow background for top-10. Summary[edit]

Tournament Wins 2nd 3rd Top-5 Top-10 Top-25 Events Cuts made

ANA Inspiration 1 1 1 5 5 7 11 11

Women's PGA Championship 0 1 0 1 5 7 9 9

U.S. Women's Open 0 1 2 3 4 5 11 10

Women's British Open 1 0 0 2 4 7 9 8

The Evian Championship 0 0 0 0 1 3 4 4

Totals 2 3 3 11 19 29 44 42

Most consecutive cuts made – 37 (2010 Kraft Nabisco – 2018 ANA, current) Longest streak of top-10s – 4 (2013 British Open – 2014 U.S. Open)

LPGA Tour
LPGA Tour
career summary[edit]

Year Tournaments played Cuts made* Wins 2nd 3rd Top 10s Best finish Earnings ($) Money list rank Scoring average Scoring rank

2006 1 0 0 0 0 0 MC n/a

74.50

2007 4 3 0 0 0 1 T5 72.00 n/a

2008 7 6 0 0 1 2 T3 247,464 n/a1 71.96 n/a

2009 23 16 0 0 0 2 T4 298,422 47 72.21 43

2010 24 18 0 1 1 4 2 566,401 21 71.24 14

2011 23 22 1 2 0 12 1 1,356,211 4 70.98 7

2012 26 25 4 3 0 16 1 1,872,409 3 70.33 4

2013 26 25 3 3 1 19 1 1,938,868 3 69.48 1

2014 28 28 3 6 1 18 1 2,539,039 1 69.53 1

2015 26 25 0 6 3 14 2 1,893,423 3 69.79 3

2016 24 24 0 3 0 8 2 943,474 16 70.46 14

2017 25 25 1 1 1 8 1 1,057,208 15 69.61 4

Totals 237 217 12 25 8 104 1 12,465,483 9

Official as of the 2017 season[27]

* Includes matchplay and other events with no cut. 1 Lewis turned professional in June 2008, but was not a member of the LPGA Tour
LPGA Tour
until 2009. World ranking[edit] Position in Women's World Golf Rankings at the end of each calendar year.

Year World ranking Source

2007 230 [28]

2008 73 [29]

2009 47 [30]

2010 37 [31]

2011 10 [32]

2012 3 [33]

2013 3 [34]

2014 3 [35]

2015 3 [36]

2016 13 [37]

2017 16 [38]

Team appearances[edit] Amateur

Curtis Cup (representing the United States): 2008 (winners)

Professional

Solheim Cup
Solheim Cup
(representing the United States): 2011, 2013, 2015 (winners), 2017 (winners) International Crown
International Crown
(representing the United States): 2014, 2016 (winners)

Solheim Cup
Solheim Cup
record[edit]

Year Total matches Total W–L–H Singles W–L–H Foursomes W–L–H Fourballs W–L–H Points won Points %

Career 16 5–10–1 0–3–1 2–6–0 3–1–0 5.5 34.4

2011 4 1–3–0 0–1–0 lost to S. Gustafson 2 dn 0–2–0 lost w/ A. Stanford 3&2 lost w/ A. Stanford 6&5 1–0–0 won w/ R. O'Toole 2&1 1 25.0

2013 4 1–2–1 0–0–1 halved with A. Nordqvist 1–1–0 lost w/ L. Salas 4&2 won w/ P. Creamer 1 up 0–1–0 lost w/ L. Thompson 1 dn 1.5 37.5

2015 4 2–2–0 0–1–0 lost to A. Nordqvist 2&1 1–1–0 lost w/ L. Salas 3&2 won w/ G. Piller 5&4 1–0–0 won w/ G. Piller 1 up 2 50.0

2017 4 1–3–0 0–1–0 lost to C. Matthew 1 dn 0–2–0 lost w/ G. Piller 1 dn lost w/ G. Piller 2&1 1–0–0 won w/ G. Piller 2&1 1 25.0

See also[edit]

List of golfers with most LPGA major championship wins List of golfers with most LPGA Tour
LPGA Tour
wins

References[edit]

^ "Hectic move to Palm Beach Gardens aside, Stacy Lewis
Stacy Lewis
settling in as LPGA's rising star". Palm Beach Post. September 13, 2011. Retrieved September 24, 2011.  ^ " Stacy Lewis
Stacy Lewis
wins GWAA Female Player of the Year Award". LPGA. December 19, 2012. Retrieved April 4, 2013.  ^ " Stacy Lewis
Stacy Lewis
wins, now No. 1 in world". ESPN. Associated Press. March 17, 2013. Retrieved March 17, 2013.  ^ a b "Stacy Lewis: No. 1 after ShopRite win". ESPN. Associated Press. June 1, 2014.  ^ " Inbee Park
Inbee Park
to take over No. 1 spot". ESPN. Associated Press. October 24, 2014.  ^ "Profile - Stacy Lewis". Arkansas Razorbacks.com. Retrieved October 16, 2011.  ^ a b Dorman, Larry (June 29, 2008). " Stacy Lewis
Stacy Lewis
leads 3rd round of U.S. Women's Open". The New York Times. Retrieved March 28, 2012.  ^ a b c " University of Arkansas
University of Arkansas
Women's Athletics". Ladybacks.com. Archived from the original on 2016-03-03.  ^ " Dinah Shore
Dinah Shore
Trophy Award". National Golf Coaches Association. Retrieved March 28, 2012.  ^ "2007 U.S. Women's Open: final leaderboard". Yahoo Sports. July 1, 2007. Retrieved June 11, 2012.  ^ "Amateur Wins Rain-Shortened LPGA Event". MSNBC. Associated Press. September 9, 2007. Retrieved April 5, 2011.  ^ "2008 Curtis Cup Match: USA team profile". USGA. Retrieved June 11, 2012.  ^ "U.S. wins sixth consecutive Curtis Cup with 13-7 victory on The Old Course at St. Andrews". USGA. June 1, 2008. Retrieved June 11, 2012.  ^ "Stacy Lewis: 2008 results". Yahoo Sports. Retrieved June 11, 2012.  ^ " Stacy Lewis
Stacy Lewis
Turns Down Kraft Nabisco Invitation". Waggle Room. January 8, 2008. Retrieved March 28, 2012.  ^ "California Sectional Qualifying Tournament Results 2008". September 19, 2008. Retrieved June 11, 2012.  ^ "Final Qualifying Tournament Results 2008". LPGA. December 7, 2008. Retrieved June 11, 2012.  ^ "Wie ties for seventh with 2-over 74; Lewis is medalist with 3-under 69". ESPN.com. Associated Press. December 7, 2008. Retrieved December 7, 2008.  ^ " Stacy Lewis
Stacy Lewis
wins Kraft Nabisco Championship". Los Angeles Times. April 3, 2011. Retrieved April 3, 2011.  ^ " Stacy Lewis
Stacy Lewis
signs mult-year contract to be ambassador for Mizuno". World Golf. September 18, 2008. Retrieved February 22, 2009.  ^ " Stacy Lewis
Stacy Lewis
signs with Fila". Women's Golf Apparel. February 11, 2009. Retrieved February 22, 2009.  ^ " Stacy Lewis
Stacy Lewis
lands endorsement deal". ESPN.com. Associated Press. March 28, 2012. Retrieved March 28, 2012.  ^ " Cristie Kerr
Cristie Kerr
wins Lorena Ochoa
Lorena Ochoa
Invitational, Stacy Lewis
Stacy Lewis
wraps up player of the year award". Washington Post. Associated Press. November 11, 2012. Retrieved November 12, 2012.  ^ a b Sirak, Ron (June 11, 2015). " Stacy Lewis
Stacy Lewis
shows she's as savvy about business as she is about golf". Golf Digest. Retrieved August 16, 2015.  ^ Inglis, Martin (September 4, 2017). " Stacy Lewis
Stacy Lewis
donates $195k winnings to Houston
Houston
flood victims". bunkered.  ^ Inglis, Martin (November 16, 2017). " Stacy Lewis
Stacy Lewis
to skip Evian until big changes made". bunkered.  ^ " Stacy Lewis
Stacy Lewis
Stats". LPGA. Retrieved November 21, 2017.  ^ "Women's World Golf Rankings". December 25, 2007. Retrieved November 21, 2012.  ^ "Women's World Golf Rankings". December 30, 2008. Retrieved November 21, 2012.  ^ "Women's World Golf Rankings". December 29, 2009. Retrieved November 21, 2012.  ^ "Women's World Golf Rankings". December 28, 2010. Retrieved November 21, 2012.  ^ "Women's World Golf Rankings". December 27, 2011. Retrieved November 21, 2012.  ^ "Women's World Golf Rankings". December 31, 2012. Retrieved March 17, 2013.  ^ "Women's World Golf Rankings". December 30, 2013. Retrieved January 2, 2014.  ^ "Women's World Golf Rankings". December 29, 2014. Retrieved January 5, 2015.  ^ "Women's World Golf Rankings". December 28, 2015. Retrieved December 28, 2015.  ^ "Women's World Golf Rankings". December 26, 2016. Retrieved January 3, 2017.  ^ "Women's World Golf Rankings". December 25, 2017. Retrieved December 25, 2017. 

External links[edit]

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Official website Stacy Lewis
Stacy Lewis
at the LPGA Tour
LPGA Tour
official site Arkansas Razorbacks.com - profile - Stacy Lewis

Awards

Preceded by Yani Tseng World No. 1 Ranked Golfer March 18, 2013 – April 14, 2013 Succeeded by Inbee Park

Preceded by Inbee Park World No. 1 Ranked Golfer June 2, 2014 – October 26, 2014 Succeeded by Inbee Park

Awards and achievements

Preceded by Cristie Kerr Best Female Golfer ESPY Award 2013 Succeeded by Incumbent

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Dinah Shore/Kraft Nabisco Championship/ ANA Inspiration
ANA Inspiration
champions

1983 Amy Alcott 1984 Juli Inkster† 1985 Alice Miller 1986 Pat Bradley‡ 1987 Betsy King‡ 1988 Amy Alcott 1989 Juli Inkster‡ 1990 Betsy King† 1991 Amy Alcott‡ 1992 Dottie Mochrie† 1993 Helen Alfredsson 1994 Donna Andrews 1995 Nanci Bowen 1996 Patty Sheehan 1997 Betsy King 1998 Pat Hurst‡ 1999 Dottie Pepper 2000 Karrie Webb‡ 2001 Annika Sörenstam 2002 Annika Sörenstam 2003 Patricia Meunier-Lebouc 2004 Grace Park 2005 Annika Sörenstam 2006 Karrie Webb† 2007 Morgan Pressel 2008 Lorena Ochoa 2009 Brittany Lincicome 2010 Yani Tseng 2011 Stacy Lewis 2012 Yoo Sun-young† 2013 Inbee Park 2014 Lexi Thompson 2015 Brittany Lincicome 2016 Lydia Ko 2017 Ryu So-yeon† 2018 Pernilla Lindberg

† event won in a playoff; ‡ event won wire-to-wire

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Women's British Open
Women's British Open
champions

2001 Se-ri Pak 2002 Karrie Webb 2003 Annika Sörenstam 2004 Karen Stupples 2005 Jeong Jang‡ 2006 Sherri Steinhauer 2007 Lorena Ochoa‡ 2008 Jiyai Shin 2009 Catriona Matthew 2010 Yani Tseng 2011 Yani Tseng 2012 Jiyai Shin 2013 Stacy Lewis 2014 Mo Martin 2015 Inbee Park 2016 Ariya Jutanugarn 2017 In-Kyung Kim

‡ event won wire-to-wire

Stacy Lewis
Stacy Lewis
in the Solheim Cup

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United States
United States
Solheim Cup
Solheim Cup
team – 2011

Paula Creamer Vicky Hurst Juli Inkster Cristie Kerr Christina Kim Brittany Lang Stacy Lewis Brittany Lincicome Ryann O'Toole Morgan Pressel Angela Stanford Michelle Wie

Rosie Jones (non-playing captain) Juli Inkster
Juli Inkster
(playing assistant captain) Sherri Steinhauer
Sherri Steinhauer
(non-playing assistant captain)

Lost: 13–15

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United States
United States
Solheim Cup
Solheim Cup
team – 2013

Paula Creamer Cristie Kerr Jessica Korda Brittany Lang Stacy Lewis Brittany Lincicome Gerina Piller Morgan Pressel Lizette Salas Angela Stanford Lexi Thompson Michelle Wie

Meg Mallon
Meg Mallon
(non-playing captain) Laura Diaz
Laura Diaz
(non-playing assistant captain) Dottie Pepper (non-playing assistant captain)

Lost: 10–18

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United States
United States
Solheim Cup
Solheim Cup
team – 2015

Paula Creamer Cristie Kerr Brittany Lang Alison Lee Stacy Lewis Brittany Lincicome Gerina Piller Morgan Pressel Lizette Salas Angela Stanford Lexi Thompson Michelle Wie

Juli Inkster
Juli Inkster
(non-playing captain) Pat Hurst (non-playing assistant captain) Nancy Lopez
Nancy Lopez
(non-playing assistant captain) Wendy Ward
Wendy Ward
(non-playing assistant captain)

Won: 14.5 – 13.5

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United States
United States
Solheim Cup
Solheim Cup
team – 2017

Paula Creamer Austin Ernst Danielle Kang Cristie Kerr Brittany Lang Stacy Lewis Brittany Lincicome Gerina Piller Lizette Salas Lexi Thompson Michelle Wie Angel Yin

Juli Inkster
Juli Inkster
(non-playing captain) Pat Hurst (non-playing assistant captain) Nancy Lopez
Nancy Lopez
(non-playing assistant captain) Wendy Ward
Wendy Ward
(non-playing assistant captain)

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