SUGAR GROVE, Ill.-- The players love Rich Harvest Farms as a Solheim Cup venue. The main reason? They can roll out of bed and onto the practice range. They don't have to share a hotel with pesky journalists and get shuttled back and forth, wasting hours in traffic. They have big, burly body guards standing watch outside their bungalow-style quarters, which are shielded from the public by tarp-covered, tall fences. What's not to love?