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Catriona Matthew, Juli Inkster back Solheim Cup rookies to impress

Team USA’s Juli Inkster and europe captain Catriona Matthew have backed their rookies to impress in the session of the Solheim Cup.

Inkster is bidding to become the first captain to direct Team USA to three consecutive victories, having directed the visitors that a 14.5-13.5 triumph in Germany in 2015 plus a 16.5-11.5 succeeding two years’ ago.
The visitors have named five of their six rookies with Inkster keen to find everyone, with only last-minute addition Ally McDonald hanging outside, in their line-up for its Friday afternoon foursomes.
“I actually wanted to receive my rookies out there in the morning and catch them out there playingwith,” Inkster said. “This was a good deal of our thinking. I feel as if we got some rookie shot gamers, so we’ll see how they do.
“You’ve made that right to play, whether you’re No 1 or you are a captain’s pick, so that my players will perform with. Anybody five matches and I’m not playing with, so someone’s got to outside sometime.
“I just think, especially over here, together with all the weather and the mental anguish or psychological discipline that you have to play with 36 holes and 36 holes, I think come singles you’re tired.
“I just feel like if they could just have a day someplace or even a morning to sleep or an afternoon to rest, I think it only helps.”
With wildcard outside Bronte Law with rookie Celine Boutier and Spain’s Carlota Ciganda along with Georgia Hall, matthew has sent out two of her three rookies from the first two matches.
“We wanted to try and get as many rookies outside as we could the very first day, the very first morning,” Matthew said. “It is just that’s a long hang-on if they wait to proceed any afterwards.
“They are all keyed up, prepared to go, so I wished to get them out. I felt I enjoyed Bronte [Law] was champing at the bit to go.
“I truly don’t find some weak links on our side. That was Celine and Bronte [Boutier] were at the first two groups, actually, just to get them out there and get them. I only feel the more they have to hang about and wait for the more nervous they’re likely to have.”
View the Solheim Cup through the week live on Sky Sports. Live coverage starts on Friday from 7.30am on Sky Sports Golf and Sky Sports Mix.

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