Guilty. As guilty as Felicity Kendall Huffman am I, for not properly having covered the now completed Solheim Cup matches that were contested at Gleneagles, in Scotland.
The Solheim Cup matches are a biennial event pitting the top professional women golfers from Europe against the top players from the United States. Contested over three days, there are a dozen players on each team, mixed and matched in “foursome” or alternate shot matches, “fourball,” or better ball (often referred to inaccurately as “best ball”). It culminates on the final day with 12 singles matches. It’s like the Ryder Cup, but in its own, somewhat indescribable, way, different brand of exciting.