The Solheim Cup is a biennial trans-Atlantic match-play event featuring the top-12 U.S. born players from the LPGA and the top European-born players from the Ladies European Tour.
'Next year, Interlachen Country Club will be a world stage for the best women's professional golf has to offer,' said Ty M. Votaw, commissioner of the LPGA. 'The Solheim Cup is a wonderful event, filled with unbelievable golf and patriotism. Match play makes for dramatic moments on the course, and the atmosphere is absolutely electric.
The Solheim Cup format features four foursomes and four fourball matches on each of the first two days, with 12 singles matches on the third and final day. Two sessions are held on the first two days of competition, with a single session on the final day. Europe, the defending champion, will need 14 points to retain the Cup, with the United States needing 14-1/2 points to win The Solheim Cup.
Both daily and weekly passes are available for purchase, as well as special hospitality options. Ticket packages are also available. Throughout the week, children 15-and-under are admitted free with a ticketed adult.
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