DURHAM, N.C.- As Duke University rising senior Lindy Duncan prepares for the 2012 Curtis Cup, which kicks off on June 8, the reigning National Player of the Year sat down to chat with the USGA staff about participating in the prestigious event. Check out the link to the video.
Duncan and the members of the U.S. team will play from June 8-10 at The Nairn Golf Club in Scotland. The Curtis Cup Match is a biennial international women's amateur golf competition between eight-player teams from the United States of America and Great Britain and Ireland. The USA won the 2010 Match at Essex County Club in Manchester-by-the-Sea, Mass., 12.5-7.5.
A product of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Duncan is the 12th different Blue Devil to be selected to represent the U.S. in the Curtis Cup. She is coming off posting a 71.07 stroke average, registering four victories, winning the Golfstat Cup, being named NGCA First Team All-America for the third straight year and named the PING NGCA National Player of the Year as a junior with the Blue Devils.