Heart of Summer: Solheim Cup

It's no secret that family is extremely important to me, and that's why I love the story of Worth and Myles Blackwelder. They are the first father-son caddies in the Solheim Cup, and they're on opposite sides. Worth is caddying for Team USA's Cristie Kerr, and Myles is caddying for Team Europe's Jodi Ewart Shadoff.

Which makes this battle of USA versus Europe a lot closer to home.

Golf isn't just a father-son thing in the Blackwelder household. It's a family tradition that started with mom, Myra Blackwelder. She was the first female athletic-scholarship recipient at the University of Kentucky in 1975 and was rookie of the year on the LPGA Tour in 1980.

Daughter Mallory Blackwelder played in the 2011 U.S. Women's Open (her father was her caddie) and LPGA Symetra Tour. Myra and Mallory are the first mother-daughter LPGA members in the history of the tour.

But this weekend at the Solheim Cup, it's all about the Blackwelder men.

Check out their story.

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