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Dates set for 2005 Solheim Cup

The 2005 Solheim Cup -- the women's equivalent of the Ryder Cup -- will be held from September 9-11 at the Crooked Stick Golf Club in Carmel, the Indiana Sports Corporation announced on Thursday.

Carmel's Scottish-style links course was chosen as the venue for the ninth Solheim Cup in August last year, the fifth time it will have been held in the United States.

The U.S. team leads the competition 5-2 and has never lost on home soil.

The Crooked Stick Golf Club, just outside Indianapolis, was home to the 1991 PGA Championship won by John Daly and the 1993 U.S. Women's Open Championship title captured by Lauri Merten.

This year's event in Malmo, Sweden from September 12-14 will see Europe looking to regain the trophy after America staged a dramatic comeback to win at Interlachen in Minnesota in 2002.

The biennial, transatlantic team match-play competition features the best U.S.-born players from the LPGA Tour and the best European-born players from the Ladies European Tour (LET).


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