|Emily Kristine Pedersen||DEN||LET Points||78.38|
|Julia Engstrom||SWE||LET Points||44.13|
|Carlota Ciganda||ESP||Rolex World Rankings||3.89|
|Sophia Popov||GER||Rolex World Rankings||2.99|
|Charley Hull||ENG||Rolex World Rankings||2.72|
|Mel Reid||ENG||Rolex World Rankings||2.72|
The 2021 Solheim Cup will be played Tuesday, August 31 – Monday, September 6 at Inverness Club in Toledo, Ohio.
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The schedule of events, special event tickets, parking and rental car information will all be announced in Fall of 2020.
2021 HOSPITALITY OPPORTUNITIES
A tradition like none other continues when the LPGA and Inverness Club, Toledo OH, host the 2021 Solheim Cup. With fans and sponsors in mind, a variety of hospitality packages have been created that include tickets to specific hospitality venues, grounds ticket access, food & beverage options, parking passes, an up-close experience watching golf history being made on an incredible course, and much more.
All volunteers for the Solheim Cup will volunteer for a minimum of three (3) shifts with each shift lasting four (4) hours. Volunteers will not be paid wages or compensated in any other manner in exchange for their volunteer hours. Please keep in mind that there will be no refunds on volunteer payment.
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|Year||Venue||Winning Team||Score||USA Captain||Europe Captain|
|2019||Gleneagles, Scotland||EUROPE||14.5-13.5||Juli Inkster||Catriona Matthew|
|2017||Des Moines Goff and Country Club, lowa, USA||USA||16.5-11.5||Juli Inkster||Annika Sorenstam|
|2015||Golf Club St. Leon-rot, Germany||USA||14.5-13.5||Juli Inkster||Carin Koch|
|2013||Colorado Golf Club, Colorado, USA||EUROPE||18-10||Meg Mallon||Liselotte Neumann|
|2011||Killeen Castle Golf Resort, Ireland||EUROPE||15-13||Rosie Jones||Alison Nicholas|
|2009||Rich Harvest Farms, Illinois, USA||USA||16-12||Beth Daniel||Alison Nicholas|
|2007||Halmstad GK, Sweden||USA||16-12||Betsy King||Helen Alfredsson|
|2005||Crooked Stick Golf Club, indiana, USA||USA||15.5-12.5||Nancy Lopez||Catrin Nilsmark|
|2003||Barseback Golf & Country Club, Sweden||EUROPE||17.5-10.5||Patty Sheehan||Catrin Nilsmark|
|2002||Interlachen Country Club, Minnesota, USA||USA||15.5 -12.5||Patty Sheehan||Dale Reid|
|2000||Loch Lomond Golf Club, Scotland||EUROPE||14.5 -11.5||Pat Bradley||Dale Reid|
|1998||Muirfield Village, Ohio, USA||USA||16-12||Judy Rankin||Pia Nilsson|
|1996||St Pierre Golf & Country Club, Wales||USA||17-11||Judy Rankin||Mickey Walker|
|1994||The Greenbrier, West Virginia, USA||USA||13-7||JoAnne Carner||Mickey Walker|
|1992||Dalmahoy Country Club, Scotland||EUROPE||11.5-4.5||Kathy Whitworth||Mickey Walker|
|1990||Lake Nona Golf & Country Club, Florida, USA||USA||11.5-4.5||Kathy Whitworth||Mickey Walker|
About the PING Junior Solheim Cup
The next PING Junior Solheim Cup will take place at Sylvania Country Club, Toledo, Ohio, United States, September 1-3, 2021. The venue is located 15 minutes from the Solheim Cup venue, Inverness Club.
Annika Sörenstam is the Captain for the Team EUROPE and Renee Powell is the Captain for Team USA. The teams will be selected in July 2021.
Inaugurated in 2002, the PING Junior Solheim Cup 2021 is a version of The Solheim Cup for female amateurs aged 18 and under (born 2003 and later) and follows a similar format to the senior event, featuring the top 12 European junior amateurs versus their American counterparts.
The aim of the competition is to give junior golfers from both sides of the Atlantic the opportunity to gain international match play experience as well as the chance to meet, learn and be inspired by the professional players playing in The Solheim Cup.
Carlota Ciganda, Spain (PING Junior Solheim Cup 2005 and 2009; The Solheim Cup 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019): I have great memories from the PING Junior Solheim Cup. I enjoyed making great friendship and I loved playing for a team. Golf is such an individual sport and playing for a team is a feeling that you don’t experience normally. It really motivated me playing for Europe, for the captain and your teammates. Also, when you look at the names that have played both the PING Junior Solheim Cup and The Solheim Cup it keeps you motivated. I remember in 2005 and 2007 it was a lot of fun to watch The Solheim Cup and I wanted to be one of those players.
Lexi Thompson, United States (PING Junior Solheim Cup 2009 and The Solheim Cup 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019): “The PING Junior Solheim Cup was an experience of a lifetime as a junior golfer. Being able to represent my country with an incredible team and a captain that I’ve looked up to my whole life, Nancy Lopez, was a great honor. Friendships, experiences and memories that I will never forget came from that event. Events like this are why I love the game and is why I’m at where I’m at today.”
European Eligibility Process
- 12 participants
- Participants must be girls and 12-18 years old (born 2003 or later) and must not have reached their 18th birthday prior to January 1st, 2021.
- Participants must be amateurs and must not be members of a competitive collegiate golf program.
- Participants must be a European citizen (as per IGF National Policy).
- The leading six players from the PING Junior Solheim Cup ranking following the EGA European Ladies Amateur Championship will be automatically picked. In the event of a tie for the qualification positions, the selection will be decided based on individual standings on the European Women’s Amateur Ranking.
- Six Captain’s picks.
- Performances in all amateur events and the European Women’s Amateur Ranking will be taken into consideration when deciding the Captain’s picks.
Note: If the playing of the below events is significantly impacted by the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, both in terms of the events that can be played and the level of international participation in an individual event, we may have no alternative other than to select the team based on rankings and input from various national coaches and advisors. If this is the case, Federations across Europe will be updated of changes to the European eligibility process.
European Qualifying Events 2021
|Jan 27th-30th||Portuguese International Ladies’ Amateur Championship||Montado Golf, Portugal|
|March 3rd-7th||Spanish International Ladies’ Amateur Championship||Real Sevilla GC, Sevilla, Spain|
|April 1st-5th||French International Lady Junior Championship||Saint-Cloud GC, France|
|June 3rd-5th||German Girls’ Open||GC St. Leon-Rot, Germany|
|June 8th-12th||The Women’s Amateur Championship||Hunstanton GC, Norfolk, England|
|June 14th-17th||ANNIKA Invitational Europe||Isabergs GK, Sweden|
|July 6th-10th||European Girls’ Team Championship||Hilversumsche GC, Netherlands|
|July 6th-10th||European Ladies’ Team Championship||Royal County Down GC, Ireland|
|July 21st-24th||European Ladies’ Amateur Championship||Alwoodley GC, England|
|Year||Venue||Location||Winning Team||Score||USA Captain||Europe Captain|
|2019||Gleneagles, Scotland||Scotland, EUROPE||USA||13-11||Mary Bea Porter-King||Mickey Walker|
|2017||Des Moines Golf and Country Club, lowa, USA||Iowa, USA||USA||14.5-9.5||Alice Miller||Alison Nicholas|
|2015||Golf Club St. Leon-Rot, Germany||Germany, EUROPE||USA||13-11||Joanne Carter||Iben Tinning|
|2013||Inverness Golf Club Colorado, USA||Colorado, USA||USA||14.5-9.5||Kathy Whitworth||Janice Moodie|
|2011||Knightsbrook Golf Resort, Ireland||Ireland, EUROPE||USA||12-12||Meg Mallon||Liselotte Neumann|
|2009||Aurora Country Club, Illinois, USA||Illinois, USA||USA||15.5-8.5||Nancy Lopez||Carin Koch|
|2007||Bastad Golf Club, Sweden||Sweden, EUROPE||EUROPE||14-10||Donna Andrews||Catrin Nilsmark|
|2005||The Bridgewater Club, Indiana, USA||Indiana, USA||USA||16-8||Colleen Walker||Charlotta Sorenstam|
|2003||Bokskogens Golf Club, Sweden||Sweden, EUROPE||EUROPE||12.5-11.5||Val Skinner||Helen Alfredsson|
|2002||Oak Ridge Country Club, Minnesota, USA||Minnesota, USA||USA||17-7||Sherri Steinhauer||Marta Figueras-Dotti|