Solheim Cup: Danielle Kang ready for hostile crowd at Team USA


Danielle Kang insists she’s prepared for anything reception she receives in the audience as she attempts to help Team USA to Solheim Cup victory.
Kang won three of her four matches during her budding look in the 2017 competition at Des Moines, in which America conducted out 16.5-11.5 winners, with the American now seeking to impress on outside dirt.
Together with Kang relishing the chance to go with Europe and go through the setting that is Scottish team USA arrive at Gleneagles bidding for a third straight victory in the contest.
“Since we’re in Scotland, I do not understand what I’m going to listen to,” Kang said. “I hear I’m going to be booed at one point, so bring it all around.
“I would rather hear loud booing at there. I want to listen to them so I am excited, although I have them feel whoever they wish to cheer for.
“At the conclusion of the day that I don’t really hear what they say, I simply find the people and the sounds. So I’m just eager to listen to the noise, whatever that may be.
“I’m definitely going to embrace the first tee. I get a chance to strike it I’m likely to embrace. I’m going to adopt the lovers available for the entire golf course, whenever I get to play”
Morgan Pressel is the most experienced player on the side, with played on three winning Solheim Cup teams throughout her five appearances, with the 31-year-old keen.
“Whether you’re a veteran, a beginner or anywhere in the center, once you walk through this tunnel out on the first tee shirt and listen to all of the chanting and all the excitement, there’s no experience like it,” Pressel said.
“Nerves will be there, however, you understand what to anticipate. You know how to get ready for it mentally. The message that we’ve contributed to the team is embrace it.
“Know that it is coming and have fun with this, because in the end of the day that is an excellent exhibition along with a wonderful series of golf.”
See the Solheim Cup throughout the week live on Sky Sports. Live coverage begins on Thursday with the Opening Ceremony from 5.30pm Sky Sports Golf along with Sky Sports Mix.

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