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Solheim Cup 2024

The best female golfers in the world battle it out on U.S. soil


Robert Trent Jones Golf Club, Gainesville, VA.

The biggest team event in women’s golf returns to United States soil in 2024, only 1 year after the battle at Finca Cortesin in Spain. Although this scheduling was a result of Covid restrictions in previous years, it creates an intriguing and unique opportunity for a repeat battle, with the 2023 action still fresh in the minds of golf fans.

The prestigious Robert Trent Jones Golf Club in Gainesville, Prince William County, Virginia, will host in 2024. With easy access to the US capital of Washington, D.C., fans will be able to enjoy all the sights of the famous city alongside the drama on the course.

The region is also famed for its involvement in the Civil War, with the iconic First Battle of Bull Run (the Battle of First Manassas) taking place here, providing ample cultural and historical experiences for fans to explore.


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Solheim Cup Fan Experience

September 10th – 16th, 2024

6 nights accommodation
Breakfast daily
Grounds tickets daily
Opening Ceremonies
Transportation to the tournament daily
Official Merchandise Card
Welcome gift
Welcome reception
Onsite Premier Golf staff
Golf Day

From $ 2,741 per person, Double Room
From $ 3,378
per person, Single Room

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Solheim Cup Birdie Package

September 12th – 16th, 2024

4 nights accommodation
Breakfast daily
Grounds tickets daily
Transportation to the tournament daily
Official Merchandise Card
Welcome gift
Onsite PG staff

$ 2,039 per person, Double Room
$ 2,537
per person, Single Room

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Robert Trent Jones Golf Club

Situated on the shores of Lake Manassas, the private club creates a picturesque, serene setting, in stark contrast to the drama that will take place during the tournament. Although only one hole plays across the lake itself, a number of fairways run adjacent, with visual elements toying with the mind of the players

Opened in 1991, the course was designed and built by Robert Trent Jones Sr., and despite his career including the design and remodeling of over 450 courses worldwide, he claims this one to be his masterpiece.

Intended as a championship course from the outset, Robert Trent Jones Golf Clubs has pedigree in matchplay tournaments, hosting the first 4 Presidents Cups on US soil, between 1994 and 2005. The course also held a Tiger Woods-hosted PGA Tour event in 2015. Allegedly former president Barak Obama was among its list of private members, during his time in the Whitehouse.

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Your 2024 Solheim Cup Package with Premier Golf

Have the trip of a lifetime at the 2024 Solheim Cup. Our packages include tickets, the opening ceremony, accommodations, and transfers to the course. Enjoy a welcome drinks reception, a hosted golf day, and on-the-ground Premier Golf staff to ensure a seamless tournament experience.

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Solheim Cup FAQs

The Solheim Cup is the biggest team event in women’s golf. Featuring the 12 best American players from the Ladies Professional Golf Association Tour (LPGA) against the 12 best European players from the Ladies European Tour (LET).

The Solheim Cup alternates between Europe and the United States, taking place every second year. The 2023 Solheim Cup was held at Finca Cortesin in Spain, the 2024 takes place at Robert Trent Jones in Gainsville, VA.

The first Solheim Cup was held in 1990, in Lake Nona, Florida. The competition was won by the United States team.

The Solheim Cup was named after Norwegian-American golf club manufacturer Karsten Solheim, better known by the name of PING, a driving force behind its creation.

The 2021 Solheim Cup held in Inverness Club, Ohio, was won by Team Europe, taking the head-to-head total to 10-7 in favor of Team USA.

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