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The 16th edition of the event promises to be one of the highlights on the world’s sporting calendar in 2019.

First staged in Florida in 1990 and named after club manufacturer Karsten Solheim, who was the driving force behind its inception, The Solheim Cup is contested between two teams of 12 players over three days. It follows the same format as The Ryder Cup, with 28 matches – eight foursomes and eight fourballs over the first two days and 12 singles on the final day.

From 9th – 15th September 2019, the iconic venue of Gleneagles will be under the golfing spotlight as The Solheim Cup returns to Scotland, the ‘Home of Golf’ for the first time since 2000. The PGA Centenary Course, on which Europe sealed a thrilling Ryder Cup victory in 2014, continues its match play legacy, providing a stunning battleground amid the rolling Perthshire hills.

The event is not only about the world-class competition on the course, but promises to be a festival of entertainment, activity and fun, with something for everyone.

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Click here to see a schedule of the week.

Past Results
YearVenueWinning TeamScoreUSA CaptainEurope CaptainNationality

2017

Des Moines Golf and Country Club, Iowa, USA

USA

16½–11½

Juli Inkster

Annika Sörenstam

Sweden

 

2015

Golf Club St. Leon-Rot, Germany

USA

14½–13½

Juli Inkster

Carin Koch

Sweden

2013

Colorado Golf Club, Colorado, USA

Europe

18–10

Meg Mallon

Liselotte Neumann

Sweden

2011

Killeen Castle Golf Resort, Ireland

Europe

15–13

Rosie Jones

Alison Nicholas

England

2009

Rich Harvest Farms, Illinois, USA

USA

16–12

Beth Daniel

Alison Nicholas

England

2007

Halmstad GK, Sweden

USA

16–12

Betsy King

Helen Alfredsson

Sweden

2005

Crooked Stick Golf Club, Indiana, USA

USA

15½–12½

Nancy Lopez

Catrin Nilsmark

Sweden

2003

Barsebäck Golf & Country Club, Sweden

Europe

17½–10½

Patty Sheehan

Catrin Nilsmark

Sweden

2002

Interlachen Country Club, Minnesota, USA

USA

15½–12½

Patty Sheehan

Dale Reid

Scotland

2000

Loch Lomond Golf Club, Scotland

Europe

14½–11½

Pat Bradley

Dale Reid

Scotland

1998

Muirfield Village, Ohio, USA

USA

16–12

Judy Rankin

Pia Nilsson

Sweden

1996

St Pierre Golf & Country Club, Wales

USA

17–11

Judy Rankin

Mickey Walker

England

1994

The Greenbrier, West Virginia, USA

USA

13–7

JoAnne Carner

Mickey Walker

England

1992

Dalmahoy Country Club, Scotland

Europe

11½–6½

Kathy Whitworth

Mickey Walker

England

1990

Lake Nona Golf & Country Club, Florida, USA

USA

11½–4½

Kathy Whitworth

Mickey Walker

England