Days After a Painful 2023 Solheim Cup Ending, Lexi Thompson Makes a Hard Confession About Another Problem

The biennial Solheim Cup has finally come to an end, and Team Europe has hoisted the winner’s flag this season. This year’s game kept everyone on their toes as Team America made a historic sweep on the first day with a 4-0, and later on the second day, Europe evened the score. Day 3 resulted in a tie score of 14-14. The game was at a neck-by-neck stage, and Team America gave their best to defend the crystal trophy. But irrespective of their aligned efforts, Team Europe won the game, retaining a three-peat.

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As the buzz takes a break, American players now seem to be returning to their plans and time zones. In the midst of it, struggling just like the rest, Lexi Thompson opens up another issue plaguing her at the moment in her “travel life” confession!

Lexi Thompson shares a glimpse of her hectic days ahead


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Lexi Thompson delivered a graceful performance in Spain last weekend. Team USA’s captain’s strategic last pick made it clear that she was ready to give it her all on the greens. After a challenging 2023 start, where she missed 10 out of the 13 cuts and was barely able to make it to the team, Thompson faced defeat alongside her peers. But now she seems ready to battle it out on the course once more.

After the weekend play, as the teams relax back into their routine, the LPGA star has updated her fans on how her week has been. On Tuesday, the American pro took to Instagram and posted a story about her return to her homeland and how she is grappling with the change in time zones.

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Her Instagram story read, “Went from a 20-hour travel day to a 30-hour day. Travel life at it’s finest lol.” She further added, “One day at home then back on the road for two weeks.”

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Thompson is going to be a part of the LPGA’s upcoming NW Arkansas Championship on the 29th of this month. As she prepares for her next run on the greens, undoubtedly her brilliant Solheim Cup performance, despite America’s loss, will be a boost of confidence for the LPGA star.

Lexi Thompson’s performance at the 2023 Solheim Cup


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Lexi Thompson was Captain Lewis’ clever strategic last pick for this season’s Solheim Cup, and the player took the greens for a run with her performance, proving her mantle. After two foursome wins and one fourball defeat, the LPGA star on Sunday faced the ultimate test, the singles!

Thompson was pitted against Emily Pedersen on the final day, and initially, she lost two holes to the Danish golfer. She later gained back her momentum with six of the nine holes, taking a clear lead. The game ended with a score of 2-1, and Thompson tied that match yet again.

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Even if Team USA lost this season’s Solheim Cup, Thompson’s performance on the greens earned her praise from players and veterans alike. And perhaps she can use this momentum for the coming event as well.

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