Suzann Pettersen: I would love to captain Europe in Solheim Cup

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Suzann Pettersen has confessed she would really like to captain Europe in the Solheim Cup in future.
Pettersen, 38, was a wildcard select from captain Catriona Matthew before announcing her retirement and she rewarded Matthew’s faith handsomely on the 18th to spark wild parties.
Pettersen – after taking time out to get a baby from 2017, initially chosen – was given a surprise ninth Solheim Cup appearance also stated she’d relish the possibility of returning as skipper.
She said:”I would really like to captain, completely. It is more eloquent being than being inside the ropes, on the sidelines, however for sure. It’s been an wonderful part of the career.
“This championship was the pinnacle by way, you can not ask for more.
“I really hope women’s golfing can capture off this enormous high, as it doesn’t get any better.
“It has to have been the most beautiful scenes and in the event that you can not inspire young girls to pick up the game today, I really don’t understand how you will!
“It was a fantasy come true for each of us on the European team. To do it at the home of golf, Catriona being here, it’s simply picture perfect.”
The Norwegian was, endorsed by captaining Europe for the very first time, matthew, 54 for a leadership function in the future.
She explained:”I understand folks stated it was a controversial choice, but that I had absolute faith in her whole time.
“For her to finish that way and then retire, it couldn’t have been a better moment. I’m so pleased she’s finished on such a note.
“I would be delighted if she became captain, so I am sure she would be amazing. I might do it on what Suzann wants to perform, but it is dependent!
“This was just such a great spectacle for women’s golf. You could not have asked for a much better end or anything more exciting – hopefully it will inspire men and women in future”

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