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(AP) -- Alison Lee just got into a sorority at UCLA, is majoring in communications and has a professor who doesn't appreciate her skipping quizzes to play pro golf. The ovation Pettersen received on the first tee when her round started Thursday morning was really no different than the reception most other players received. What went down between her and Suzann Pettersen during that event - when the rookie picked up a putt she thought was conceded and veteran Pettersen objected - will be part of Solheim lore, apparently to the dismay of both. ''I don't think I would have done anything differently,'' said the 20-year-old Lee. It's more I just feel bad that everyone kind of pointed the finger at Suzann. But obviously, I feel everyone has gotten over it now and I'm over it too, and it's fine.'' Lee finished the opening round of the CME Group Tour Championship with a 3-under 69 at Tiburon Golf Club on Thursday. ''I can't even remember what you're talking about,'' Pettersen said after the round, when asked about what happened at Solheim.Knowing I need to make things "right," I had a face to face chat with her before leaving Germany this morning to tell her in person how I really feel about all of this.I wanted her also to know that I am sorry.'This week I want to push forward toward another opportunity to earn the Solheim Cup back for Europe in the right way.The row that ensued after the no-gimme also helped Europe enter Sunday’s singles finale with a seemingly insurmountable 10-6 lead.In the episode that for years to come will likely overshadow the Americans’ dramatic rebound, Lee missed a birdie putt that would have given her and Lincicome a 1-up edge over Pettersen and Charley Hull.She and Pettersen have talked about what occurred at Solheim, and in Lee's mind there isn't any more that needs to be said.Suzann Pettersen has issued a desperate plea for forgiveness after her shameful refusal to concede a putt left players in tears during scenes that marred the Solheim Cup, the biggest competition in women's golf. And Pettersen has finally admitted she made a gross error, offering a lengthy mea culpa - amounting to 300 words in all - via an Instagram post on Monday morning, in which she said she 'has never felt more gutted and truly sad' and is 'so sorry'.'I am so sorry for not thinking about the bigger picture in the heat of the battle and competition.
By the side of the green Hull started walking away - a gesture widely recognised as the concession of a short and simple putt.
She plays mostly in the LPGA Tour which is a US based.