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Lewis drops out of Solheim Cup with injury

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Lewis drops out of Solheim Cup with injury

Lewis drops out of Solheim Cup with injury

Stacy Lewis drops out with a back injury from the United States' Solheim Cup team to face Europe at Gleneagles this week.

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SHOWS: GLENEAGLES, SCOTLAND, UK (SEPTEMBER 10, 2019) (UCOM - ACCESS ALL) 1.

UNITED STATES AND EUROPEAN SOLHEIM CUP TEAMS POSING FOR PICTURES AS CAPTAINS JULI INKSTER (U.S.) AND CATRIONA MATTHEW (EUROPE) HOLD THE TROPHY (2 SHOTS) 2.

(SOUNDBITE) (English) INJURED U.S. PLAYER STACY LEWIS TALKING ABOUT MISSING THE TOURNAMENT, SAYING: "I didn't even have to say anything to Juli, I think we both just kind of knew that was the decision to make and told Ally (McDonald) to get ready.

That's really all it was, you know, I didn't want to have to make that decision but it's what's best for the team and what's best for me going forward with my body." 3.

WHITE FLASH 4.

(SOUNDBITE) (English) U.S. SOLHEIM CUP CAPTAIN JULI INKSTER, SPEAKING ABOUT ALLY MCDONALD, SAYING: "She had a great attitude right from the get-go and we're happy to have her." 5.

U.S. AND EUROPEAN FLAGS STORY: Stacy Lewis has withdrawn from the U.S. Solheim Cup team with a back injury and will be replaced by Ally McDonald, captain Juli Inkster said on Tuesday (September 10).

The experienced 34-year-old, who has played in four of the biennial tournaments, was one of Inkster's two captain's picks to face Europe in the Sept.

13-15 event at Gleneagles, Scotland.

McDonald, who is in her fourth year on the LPGA Tour, will be making her Solheim Cup debut.

The United States have won five of the last seven Solheim Cups.

Europe last won the trophy in 2013.

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