Last Updated on June 11, 2020 by Daniel
The 12 European players to take on the USA in the 2019 PING Junior Solheim Cup at Gleneagles have been affirmed following the finish of the tenth and final qualifying occasion.
The PING Junior Solheim Cup happens over Gleneagles’ King’s Course on September 10-11, preceding the Solheim Cup is held over the PGA Centenary Course from September 13-15.
Six players qualified consequently from the European rankings toward the part of the bargain Girls’ Amateur Championship at Panmure Golf Club in Scotland, which finished up a battle including occasions in the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Sweden.
Another six were chosen by chief Mickey Walker, including Scotland’s Hannah Darling. Her individual special case determinations were English pair Annabell Fuller and Lily May Humphreys (presented above), Amalie Leth-Nissen from Denmark, Lilas Pintheir of France and Germany’s Paula Schulz-Hanßen.
Slovenian Pia Babnik, 15, beat the European rankings convincingly in the wake of winning the last two occasions, trailed by Lucie Malchirand of France, Italians Benedetta Moresco and Alessia Nobilio, England’s Mimi Rhodes and Anne Normann of Denmark. Essex’s Lily May Humphreys earned a trump card area for the PING Junior Solheim Cup
Walker, who was the principal European Solheim Cup commander back in the debut release in 1990, stated: “I am eager to report such a youthful, capable and genuinely global European Team during the current year’s PING Junior Solheim Cup. This will be an extraordinary week for everybody included and make recollections and fellowships that will last a lifetime. I am enchanted that the matches will be played at Gleneagles – one of the most famous hitting the fairway scenes in the UK and one of my undisputed top choice spots to visit and play golf. I feel sure that the majority of the young ladies taking an interest in the PJSC will likewise feel the equivalent.
“I am especially anticipating reestablishing my kinship with Mary Bea Porter King – a companion from our playing days on the LPGA Tour – and meeting her capable US Team.
“At last, for the benefit of the European Team, I might want to state a major thank you to John Solheim and his family for their vision and liberality in making this superb match between the absolute best youthful players from two landmasses.”
The PING Junior Solheim Cup started in 2002 gratitude to the Solheim family’s vision to give female golfers matured 12 to 18 a sample of the biennial challenge and the opportunity to contend on a major stage. John Solheim, PING Chairman, and CEO stated: “The profundity of ability on Mickey Walker’s group is exceptionally noteworthy and vows to make some energizing and critical minutes at Gleneagles. It’s magnificent to see the six nations spoke to. It addresses the wide intrigue of the game and is a demonstration of the golf associations inside every nation that have focused on growing such capable youthful ladies. Their experience will be extraordinary as they speak to Europe in its mission to win the PING Junior Solheim Cup under Mickey’s initiative. It will be an enthusiasm filled, hard-battled rivalry commencing an enormous seven day stretch of golf. We want them to enjoy all that life has to offer.”
The USA at present holds the PING Junior Solheim Cup trophy after their 14.5 – 9.5 triumph two years back, one of seven triumphs in the challenge since it started in 2002. Europe’s two triumphs came in 2003 and 2007, the two of which were played in Sweden.