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by Carly Frost
August 15, 2013

You can easily add a bit of sparkle to any golf outfit by sporting a fancy belt and if you like the look of the official Solheim Cup team belts you'll see both the Americans and Europeans wearing this weekend you can buy them from

As an official supplier of belts to The Solheim Cup since 2011, druh belts & buckles have worked with both team captains to produce a unique belt design for each team that is both stylish and practical.

The US captain, Meg Mallon, had significant input into the USA Team belt as she was keen to incorporate her lucky horseshoe design alongside the patriotic stars and stripes of the US flag in the USA Team buckle.

eanwhille the captain of the European Team, Liselotte Neumann , has chosen to feature the 12 golden stars of the European Union flag with a blue enamel infill in the buckle teamed with a white crocodile-effect leather strap.

druh first supplied belts for the European Team in 2011 when the home side won the event in such sensational style at Killeen Castle in Ireland.
As holders of the Cup, t he European Team will need 14 points to retain The Solheim Cup in the USA this year, with the U.S. Team needing 14½ points to regain the coveted Waterford Crystal prize. The U.S. team holds an 8-4 lead in the matches, which began in 1990.

druh will also supply the belts for the European Team for The Junior Solheim Cup, which takes place at The Inverness Golf Club in Denver, Colorado straight after the main event.

For more information on druh belts & buckles go to and on The Solheim Cup visit

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