Solheim Cup: Hosts were more culpable on bad time, says Juli Inkster

  The Scotsman 

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Juli Inkster, the US captain, pointed the finger of blame at some of the Europeans for the slow play that marred ?the opening day of the 16th Solheim Cup, even though a “bad time” was called on one of the Americans.
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