They’ll be enjoying a more experienced Solheim Cup roster. The Euros have combined to win 59 Solheim Cup matches in their careers, more than twice as many as the American team coming to Gleneagles. The lowdown: The highest ranked European in the world, Ciganda is the team’s total ball-striking package. She hits it long. She’s 10th on the LPGA in driving distance (273 yards per drive). She’s a strong iron player, ranking 19th on tour in hitting greens in regulation. She’s a good putter, ranking sixth in putts per GIR. She’s in contention a lot, racking up seven LPGA finishes of T-7 or better this year. And she’s on a lot of leaderboards in majors, with five top-10s in the last nine majors. A better closing kick is all that seems to be holding her back from winning more. She’s got that closer’s mentality in the Solheim Cup, though. In her three appearances, she has never lost in singles (2-0-1). The lowdown: This young Englishwoman seems born for match play. She’s feisty, a fighter with some competitive bravado. Three years ago, she became the first player from Great Britain and Ireland to go 5-0 in the Curtis Cup. Last fall, she helped England make a hard run at nearly beating ou...