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Solheim Cup

Sep 25th, 2023 Article

Solheim Cup 2023: Europe Retain Trophy

Following a disastrous opening in the day one fourballs, Europe battled back across the following two days to retain the Solheim Cup as they tied 14-14 with the United States, with Carlota Ciganda sinking the putt to clinch the title in her homeland at Finca Cortesin.

Jun 23rd, 2023 Article

PING Apparel to be Official Suppliers for the European Solheim Cup team

Following PING Apparel’s inaugural commitment in 2021, they have continued their position as the Official Apparel Supplier for the European Solheim Cup team, for the upcoming 2023 event at Finca Cortesin, Andalucía, Spain in September, where the team will be aiming to retain the coveted Solheim Cup Trophy, once again dressed head-to-toe in performance PING Apparel.

Nov 16th, 2022 Article

Bernardus, Netherlands to host 2026 Solheim Cup

Bernardus, located in Cromvoirt close to Eindhoven and ‘s-Hertogenbosch in Southern Netherlands, was revealed today as partner and host venue for the 2026 Solheim Cup.

Nov 29th, 2021 Article

Suzann Pettersen named 2023 Solheim Cup captain

Norwegian Suzann Pettersen has today been named as the European Captain for the 2023 Solheim Cup, during an official venue handover and press conference at Finca Cortesín, in the heart of Spain’s Costa del Sol, Andalucía, where the next match will take place from September 18-24, 2023.

Sep 7th, 2021 Article

Solheim Cup 2021: Europe win for the second time on US soil

As was the case at Gleneagles, it seemed inevitable that the Solheim Cup would come down to the final putt on the final green. However, this time it was a little different as Emily Pedersen had already secured victory for Team Europe when she went three up with three to play against Danielle Kang.

Sep 6th, 2021 Article

Solheim Cup 2021: Europe take 2 point lead into singles

Team USA fought back on Sunday, clinching 3 points in the morning foursomes to close the gap to one point, but Europe turned the momentum around in the afternoon to lead 9-7 heading into the final day. Rookie Leona Maguire, the first Irish player to represent Europe in the Solheim Cup, is having a phenomenal competition claiming 3.5 out of 4 available points.

Sep 5th, 2021 Article

Solheim Cup 2021: Ruling mars perfect start for Europe

As the Saturday play came to a close with Europe leading by 5½-2½ sadly all the talk was not about the great play from Team Europe but 'that ruling'. Nelly Korda and Ally Ewing won a vital point in the afternoon fourball matches but were assisted by a decision from the rules official.

Sep 3rd, 2021 Article

Team Europe win 2021 PING Junior Solheim Cup

The European Team put on a stellar performance on the final day of the PING Junior Solheim Cup to triumph for the first time on US soil. The best U18 girls from Europe overturned an 8-4 deficit to claim nine out of the 12 points on offer in the singles matches and win.

Aug 23rd, 2021 Article

Solheim Cup 2021: Lewis misses out on Team USA

Stacey Lewis, a twice major winner and a veteran of four Solheim Cups was the surprise omission from Pat Hurst's picks for the team to represent the USA at the Inverness Club. Lewis had played a role in the Solheim Cup going to Toledo and was fancied by many to play despite not securing one of the automatic qualifying positions. Instead, Lewis will be an assistant captain of Team USA.

Aug 23rd, 2021 Article

Solheim Cup 2021: Team Europe

A mixture of new names and experienced players have been chosen to represent Team Europe at the 2021 Solheim Cup as captain Catriona Matthew picks three rookies. The conclusion of the AIG Women’s Open saw the qualification window for the Solheim Cup close and Matthew had to make her final decisions on who would make the team that seeks to defend the coveted trophy. Celine Boutier Matilda Castren