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Paula Creamer is one of the most successful players on Solheim Cups
If there's a player who takes representing her country at heart, that's Paula Creamer. The Pink Panther has won 71 percent of the points she's played and is undefeated in singles (Suzann Pettersen, Maria Hjorth and Laura Davies). This will be Creamer's fourth Solheim.
Morgan Pressel might only be 23 years old, but she has already won two times on the LPGA, including a major, the Kraft Nabisco Championship. Pressel will play in her third Solheim, where she has had important victories, like her singles match in 2007 where she defeated Annika Sörenstam 2&1.
In 2009, Michelle Wie got into the US Team as a wildcard; after some controversy, she showed that captain Beth Daniels was more than right to choosing her. Wie went on to win 3.5 points for USA and three months later she became a Rolex first-time winner on the LPGA.
Brittany Lincicome has been part of the US Solheim Cup Team twice. In 2007, she lost two matches and halved of another; nonetheless, in 2009, she grabbed her first win along with Brittany Lang in the four balls format. She won again in singles after defeating Sophie Gustafson 3&2.
This will be the second time Brittany Lang will try to help USA to win the Cup. Lang played three matches in 2009, winning one and halving the other two. Since her rookie season in 2006, she has never finished outside the top five at least twice.
The team wouldn't be complete without Christina Kim. The 27-year-old has proved her flashy and unique personality is a basic ingredient in this sort of competition. As most of the players, Kim brings the best of her game while in Solheim. She has played eight matches for a 5-2-1 record.