Jodi Ewart Shadoff “back to 100 per cent” ahead of Solheim Cup

Jodi Ewart Shadoff has played any injury concerns and insists she’s”100 per cent” fit to represent Team Europe at the Solheim Cup this week.
A issue that was back has influenced ewart Shadoff during most of the LPGA Tour season, overlooking a stretch and then withdrawing.
The Englishwoman failed surgery a month to fix the matter, shortly after being handed a captain’s pick, with Ewart Shadoff ready to make her Solheim Cup appearance.
“It [the injury] has plagued me as early April time,” Shadoff said. “Clearly I tried to work through it, but I just got to this point at which nothing was really working.
“So I managed to see a doctor that was really experienced with athletes and, specifically, golfers, and he said I was just experiencing a nerve pain in my lower spine.
“The process was quite easy, simply keyhole. Went in and cleared that nerve distress, and I’m back to 100 percent.”
Ewart Shadoff’s pre-tournament preparations were hampered earlier in the week when the coming of her nightclubs meant she was unable to practice with her teammates.
“Monday was very stressful, to say the least,” Ewart Shadoff added. “Just happy they arrived and had three days of really great practice. I am excited to begin.
“Obviously I’d have liked to have practiced a bit on Monday, however, the weather was probably the worst it’s been, so that I don’t believe I missed out on a lot of but it just raised my blood pressure just a little bit for a solid 24 hours.”
See the Solheim Cup throughout the week live on Sky Sports. Live coverage begins on Friday from 7.30am on Sky Sports Golf, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Mix.

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