Stacy Lewis is the personification of American golf.
The 14-time LPGA Tour winner and two-time major champion has become synonymous with Team USA throughout her career. She was recently tabbed as Solheim Cup captain for 2024, making her a two-time captain before her 2023 team even tees it up in September.
With the full trust of the USGA to field a competitive team, Lewis will have been a part of every Solheim Cup since 2011. The 38-year-old played in four Cups and was named to the 2019 team but did not play due to a back injury.
Earning the privilege to represent the United States so many times means Lewis has played elite golf for the entirety of her career.
Turning pro in 2008, Lewis nearly made a huge splash, holding the 36-hole lead at the US Women’s Open before sliding to third after a final-round 78. She officially joined the LPGA in 2009 and has since racked up 14 wins, two major championships and countless accolades along the way.
As a pillar of the game, women’s golf has arguably never been in better hands than those of Stacy Lewis.