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This year’s Solheim Cup is fast approaching, but where is it being played?  

The biennial match has become one of the most competitive in golf, with women from the USA and Europe competing for the trophy that was first played for in 1990.  

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2023 will be an unusual year for the Solheim Cup, as it is being played in an odd numbered year, before it then moves back to even numbered years, with a match in 2024.  

Where will the 2023 Solheim Cup be played? 

The 2023 Solheim Cup will be played at Finca Cortesin, Andalucia, Spain.  

It will be the first time that Spain has hosted the Solheim Cup. The course at Finca Cortesin has a history of match play events, with the Volvo World Match Play Championship being played there in 2009, 2011 and 2012.  

The 2023 Solheim Cup will take place from the 18th to the 24th September, with a match play format in place. 12 players will make up each team. In the first two days, the morning session will be alternate shot, while the afternoon will be fourball better ball.  

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On the final day of competition, there will be 12 singles matches taking place.   

The biennial match has been won ten times by the American side, with the European team winning the cup seven times.  

This time around, it will be Suzann Pettersen’s European team going in as defending champions, with Stacy Lewis’ USA team looking to win away from home for the first time since 2015.  

Full Solheim Cup venue list:

2023: Finca Cortesin, Andalucia, Spain

2024: Robert Trent Jones Golf Club, Virginia

2026: Bernardus, Netherlands

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