Catriona Matthew made history as she secured the half Europe needed to win the Solheim Cup on American soil for the first time.
On a dramatic final day in Colorado, play was suspended for a hour with Europe just one point away from retaining the trophy because of the threat of lightning.
When play resumed Sweden’s Caroline Hedwall sank a birdie putt on the 18th to secure a one-up victory against Michelle Wie which put Europe 14-7 ahead, ensuring they kept the trophy they won in Ireland in 2011.
Moments later Matthew from North Berwick, claimed a half in her match against Gerina Piller to ensure they won the cup outright.
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