Solheim Cup: Leona Maguire discovers newcomer to the meteorite

Solheim Cup: Leona Maguire discovers newcomer to the meteorite

She has never been out of the top 15 in the last seven starts of the LPGA Tour. For Leona Maguire, that includes the best result of her career in a major tournament, finishing sixth at the Amundi Championships in Evian in July. Add an amateur appearance between the Curtis Cup, the Junior Solheim Cup, the Espirito Santo Trophy, the Junior Rider Cup and the Vagliano Trophy, and Maguire does not look like a typical Solheim Cup rookie.

This is something I have been waiting for a long time Said Maguire, a 2019 Simetra Tour graduate. I got a glimpse of it when I played for the Solheim Cup Juniors and it is great to be part of a bigger team now. I think there will be a lot of good memories this week. I hope some will be on the ground. But I think many of them will be out ! .

Duke, winner of the British Open Amateur Championship 2017, was twice a member of the winning team of Great Britain and Ireland for the Curtis Cup (2012, 2016), which has been honored several times by the University. Maguire has many important experiences. Matching. She has competed in seven college tournaments, including three NCAA Championships, a record of 6 wins, 6 losses and a draw for the Blue Devils.

Mel Raid’s favorite

The resume caught the attention of veteran European squad Mel Reed, who witnessed it live on Inverness during training laps on Thursday.

“I hope this inspires other girls in Ireland to take up the game, to understand that anything is possible if they believe in themselves and work hard.”

Reid continues to praise: ” Four recruitments in Team Europe are safe. They have nothing to do with the newcomers to my first Solheim Cup, where the ladies only played on the European tour. I don’t defame it, but they play Americans every week, and they’re not scared.

To overcome this, Maguire became the first Irish woman to make the European team for the biennial team competition.

That is a great honor , Maguire commented. ” I think I’m probably not going to stay too long, but when I play for 20 to 30 years I’ll look back and realize how hard it was.

I hope this inspires other girls in Ireland to jump into the game, to understand that anything is possible if they believe in themselves and work hard. I hope there are many more Irish girls on the team in the future.

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