Dates set for 17th edition of biennial match-play event at Inverness Club
TOLEDO, Ohio, Sept. 9, 2019 – As the 2019 Solheim Cup in Gleneagles, Scotland, approaches, tournament officials announced tickets are now on sale for the 2021 Solheim Cup. Inverness Club in Toledo, Ohio will host the best women golfers of the United States and Europe for the prestigious team competition from Tuesday, Aug. 31, to Monday, Sept. 6, 2021, the first time in Solheim Cup history that play will conclude on Labor Day.
“We could not be more excited for the launch of tickets sales for the 2021 Solheim Cup at Inverness Club,” said LPGA Commissioner Mike Whan. “Toledo has been a storied part of the LPGA family for over 30 years, and the community’s overwhelming support for premier women’s golf has been unwavering. We are certain the event will only add to the Solheim Cup legacy and create incredible memories we will remember for years to come.”
With a full week of action, fans can purchase various ticket and hospitality packages to enjoy every activity in Toledo at Inverness Club. New in 2021 is the Solheim Pavilion, which will give ticketholders a 300-degree view of the surrounding holes, upgraded food and beverage options and much more. Information on ticket options and prices is available at SolheimCupUSA.com.
“Inverness Club is thrilled to bring the Solheim Cup to Toledo and looks forward to continuing the historic traditions of this competitive team event,” said Inverness Club president Don Mewhort. “This will be another wonderful opportunity to showcase what the Toledo community has to offer on a national and global scale, and we could not be more thankful to be able to support one of women’s golf most prestigious events.”
Originally created in 1916 by Donald Ross, Inverness Club’s championship course was restored and modernized in 2016 by Andrew Green. The club boasts a prestigious history of championship play, including four U.S. Open Championships (1920, 1931, 1957, 1979), two PGA Championships (1986, 1993), two U.S. Senior Open Championships (2003, 2011) and most recently the 2019 U.S. Junior Amateur Championship.