2017 Solheim Cup
Des Moines Golf and Country Club
West Des Moines, IA
The most exciting event in women's professional golf is returning to the Midwest August 14-20, 2017. Des Moines Golf and Country Club, home of the 1999 U.S. Senior Open Championship which drew a record 252,800 spectators, will host the 15th playing of The Solheim Cup, matching the best players from the United States against the best from Europe. Des Moines Golf and Country Club has not one, but two courses designed by the legendary golf architect Pete Dye. The 471-acre layout emphasizes the curves and dips of the land. Undulating greens vary in size and pitch. And each bentgrass fairway is blended into its own unique design with 120 bunkers and thousands of trees. All of this creates an exciting challenge for golfers of all levels.
For more information on Des Moines Golf and Country Club visit https://www.dmgcc.org/
2019 Solheim Cup
The Solheim Cup returns to Scotland, the Home of Golf in 2019 when it is played at the world-renowned PGA Centenary Course, Gleneagles, which was the venue for the hugely successful 2014 Ryder Cup. Designed by Jack Nicklaus, the course is regarded as the perfect venue for match play golf and will provide a stunning setting for the matches against the backdrop of the Ochil Hills.
For more information on Gleneagles visit http://www.gleneagles.com/
2021 Solheim Cup
The Donald Ross-designed Inverness Club boasts a major championship pedigree having hosted many of the premier championships in golf including four U.S. Opens (1920, 1931, 1957, 1979), two PGA Championships (1986, 1993) and, most recently, the 2003 & 2011 U.S. Senior Open Championships.
For more information on Inverness Club visit http://invernessclub.com/