Kang "expects angry" but Hull says that European fans will be "respectful" at Solheim Cup

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Danielle Kang won three of her four games on her Solheim Cup debut in Des Moines in 2017

Europe & Charley Hull feels that home fans will "respect" American players at the Solheim Cup after American Danielle Kang expects him is booed.

Kang, 26, woke the home fans on the first tee in Iowa in the 2017 game.

"I was personally told that I would be booed," Kang said. "It's OK. You can boo me. I'm excited to hear noise, whatever that may be."

When asked about possible booing in this week's games, 23 said, "I think she & # 39; I get a warm welcome."

Hull, who celebrated her fourth Solheim Cup performance makes, added: "Everyone is fairly honest, especially in Scotland, home to golf. I feel that everyone will be respectful."

The 16th edition of the Solheim Cup, which is Europe plotting against the US every two years begins on Friday in Gleneagles, Scotland.

Kang won three points from four games while the US won 16½- Two and a half years ago in Des Moines.

When she walked on to the first tee, she encouraged the crowd to increase their noise level in support.

"It was great for me," she said. "The fact that we were on American territory made it better and I heard all & # 39; US & # 39; chants.

" I am loud whether I am in Nevada or in Scotland. I don't think I'll change wherever I am. I'm definitely going to embrace the first tee.

"I hear I'm being booed at some point, so come on. You can boo me because they also hit there when I hit a fairway. I like noisy crowds.

"I don't know if they're going to do it. Whatever happens, I don't really hear it. And besides, they have an accent, so I'm not sure if it even comes out as b-o-o. "

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