Celine Bottier has been retained in the European squad to play in the Solim Cup 2021

Céline Boutier

The French woman selected for the competition in Toledo, Ohio (United States) will wear the colors of Europe for the second time.

She hoped to be on the list. French golfer Celine Bottier is part of the European selection for the Solheim Cup (September 4 to 6), according to a team composition presented on Monday on the tournament website and Twitter official Twitter account.

“I am very happy that Catriona (Matthew, Team Captain) has chosen me to represent Europe again.” The 27-year-old Ile-de-France was welcomed to the tournament, which faces the old continent against the United States every two years. “I can’t wait to play Toledo”The city of Ohio, European golfers will defend their crown, they added.

Three beginners

Boutier, who has already been selected for the Solheim Cup in 2019, will play alongside three newcomers: Irish Leona Maguire, Finnish Matilda Castren and Danish Nana Korst Madsen. Ireland and Finland will be represented for the first time in the Solheim Cup.

Sweden’s Anna Nordquist, the most recent winner of the British Open, will be part of the European team playing in the seventh consecutive Solheim Cup. Her classmates Madeleine Sagstrom, British Mel Reed, Charlie Hull, Georgia Hall, Danish Emily Pedersen, German Sophia Popov and Spanish Carlotta Siganda were also elected.

In the American team, world number one Nellie Corda will carry the torch. At 23, the 23-year-old recent Olympic champion, who had previously competed in the 2019 Solheim Cup, won three LPGA Tour victories in 2021, including the USPGA in June.

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She was joined by her sister Jessica, five-time tour winners Daniel Kang, Allie Ewing, Austin Ernest, Lexi Thompson, Megan Kang, Lisette Salas and Jennifer Kupcho.

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