Team USA’s preparations to the week’s Solheim Cup happen to be disrupted.
Yin and Europe star Jodi Ewart Shadoff equally came in Scotland on Sunday Yin’s had to turn up in Gleneagles morning while Ewart Shadoff was cooperating with her clubs and, even while his nightclubs stayed in Dublin.
Because her personal luggage failed to achieve its destination in 39, was likewise made to borrow clothing from Lizette Salas.
Yin was unable to take part in Tuesday morning practice around and was limited to hitting on a couple shots on the scope with clubs.
The unfortunate situation for Yin is a blow to the team’s preparations, with captain Juli Inkster forced to her line-up a back injury aggravated and was ruled from the competition, if.
Lewis has been replaced with debutant Ally McDonald, who now becomes the sixth rookie on the American team, while just Salas, Lexi Thompson and Morgan Pressel have played with a Solheim Cup at Europe.
As Ewart Shadoff celebrated the entrance of her golf clubs in time to get her practice round on Tuesday there was better news for Inkster counterpart Catriona Matthew, however.
Ewart Shadoff played Dutch rookie Anne van Dam and Carlota Ciganda as Matthew sent out her team in teams of three, perhaps a ploy to prevent giving a lot of clues as to her intended pairings if the 16th version of the tournament will get underway on Friday morning.
Charley Hull went out with Solheim Cup debutant Bronte Law and fellow celebrity and Skilled German Caroline Masson, with Suzann Pettersen alongside Caroline Hedwall and Celine Boutier – the final and next rookie on the house team.
Last year, Women’s British Open champion Georgia Hall played with Anna Nordqvist and Azahara Munoz at the group.

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