ARDMORE, Pa. – Megha Ganne of Holmdel has helped lead the United States to its third consecutive victory in the esteemed Curtis Cup Match after going 3-0 at Merion Golf Club. The USA won the match by a convincing 15.5 - 4.5 over Great Britain & Ireland.
“This Curtis Cup is very, very special to me, Ganne said prior to the 42nd Curtis Cup. “Being there last year, I really enjoyed it truly, just to know how much of an impact you can have just being a supporter of your teammates, it's more than you would think."
Ganne won her four-ball match against Caley McGinty and Lauren Walsh alongside Amari Avery on Friday, picking up her first points for the USA. On Saturday, the duo notched another four-ball victory, this time over Hannah Darling and Annabell Fuller.
She closed out her stellar Curtis Cup experience on Sunday by downing Amelia Williamson, 2 and 1 in her singles match.
“It's very close to home and I don't really have that opportunity to play in front of a lot of friends and family that often, but I have a lot of people coming that have never seen me play before, and it's very exciting.”
Ganne, who is set to head to Stanford to compete for the Cardinal after high school graduation also played alongside future teammates, Rose Zhang and Rachel Heck.
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