Catriona Matthew and Juli Inkster will be hoping a week compared to the last time, in Gleneagles.
The 2015 variant of this event was overshadowed by a controversial incident early on the day, where Charley Hull and Suzann Pettersen were embroiled with Brittany Lincicome and Alison Lee.
The game was all-square in the 17th, where Lee picked up her ball and then missed the putt to win the pit, believing her close-range putt had been conceded.
Hull was walking towards another tee when Pettersen claimed Europe hadn’t conceded the’gimme’ that stayed, leading to the hosts being granted the hole after the match referee intervened.
The decision sparked anger and abandoned players register a victory and with all Europe heading on to win the hole.
Europe took a 10-6 lead to the singles, in which Team USA used the incident as inspiration to spark a final-day comeback on their approach into a dramatic 14.5-13.5 achievement.
Click on the video above to see that the concession controversy!

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