The Solheim Cup is the biggest stage in women's golf. It is the equivalent of the Ryder Cup – the 12 best Europeans compete against the 12 best Americans in a match-play format.




 

Hi Everyone!

Whats new? This last month has been really eventful for me with the Solheim Cup in Ireland.




 

The British Open is for Europe like the US Open for the USA. But with that comes a major difference in the style of play – links courses, pot Bunkers, wind and (un)-lucky tee times.




 

I don't think there is a more controversial time all year on tour than the U.S. Open week. And, out of all majors in golf, being crowned the U.S. Open Champion sounds the best.




 

It is tournament time.
I wake up excited. But let's stay in the moment, because that's when I play my best. I can't wait to go out there today.



 

I am really excited about this video that came out, because it shows a totally different side to golf.




 

Hello from Phoenix!

This week I am going to talk a bit about my other passion: art.




 

As professional golfers we have such a privilege. Others call it responsibility. I like the word "privilege". Let me explain. With the nature of our job, we get to meet loads of interesting people. Our privilege lies in having the opportunity to raise awareness and motivate them for a cause that needs funding.


 

Next year, I can proudly say – golf is going to be included in the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.




 

So I've just spent a week in NYC. It is an absolute love-hate relationship. As someone who grew up in the German country-side I feel slightly claustrophobic in Manhattan, the rush makes me dizzy and once a day I have to escape to Central Park to breathe in some O2. On the flipside, I love to watch the diversity of people showing off their individuality, I absolutely adore Broadway shows, I get carried away shopping (shocker) and really fancy exploring innovative and alternative restaurants.

 

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