TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Mel Reid is thankful to be playing in the Solheim Cup instead of watching from the sideline. The English golfer missed out on the 2019 Solheim Cup team and instead served as an assistant coach. Reid says she was initially upset that she didn’t make the team but credits the experience as helping her refocus her game. Reid earned her first LPGA Tour victory in 2020 and earned a wild-card spot on the 2021 Solheim Cup team. The biannual showdown between Europe and the U.S. begins on Saturday at Inverness Golf Club in Toledo, Ohio.