The European captain Suzanne Pettersen announced four candidates to complete the roster of the European team that will play at the 2023 Solheim Cup and these were ultimately chosen Madelene Sagstrom, Gemma Dryburgh, Emily Kristine Pedersen j Caroline Hedwall.
Madelene Sagstrom She will be playing her third Solheim Cup after making her debut in 2017 and being part of the winning team in Toledo (Ohio, USA) last year, but this edition will be a new experience for her as it will be the first tournament that she participates played on European soil.
The scot Gemma Dryburgh will be the team’s third “rookie” along with two other rookies classified as Maja Stark and Linn Grant. Dryburgh clinched his first title on the LPGA Tour last November by winning the Toto Japan Classic and just a few weeks ago he recorded his best result at one significant with an eighth-place finish in the Amundi Evian Championship.
The Dane Emily Kristine Pedersen He will also be making his third Solheim Cup appearance after making his debut in 2017 and knocking out the tournament putt that sealed victory on American soil in 2021.
For his part, Caroline Hedwall will be making her fifth appearance at the biannual competition and her first since 2019 after being selected by Pettersen. The Swedish star claimed his seventh LET title by winning the Andalucía Costa del Sol Open in Spain which ended last season and is looking forward to playing in Spain again.
The French will join the four players chosen by the European captain Celine Boutier and the Swedish Maya Starkclassified thanks to the points of the LET Solheim Cup, in addition to the English Charley Hull j Georgia Hallthe Irish people Leona Maguire this Swedish guy Lynn Grant j Anna Nordqvist and the Spaniards Carlotta Cigandawho joined the team through their positions in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings.