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The Solheim Cup 2019
The Solheim Cup is the pinnacle of women’s golf with the best golfers from Europe and the USA going head-to-head in the most exciting, competitive format in golf, the 16th edition of the event promises to be the biggest golf event of 2019.
From September 9th – 15th 2019, Gleneagles will be at the centre of the golfing universe and watched by millions around the world as the biennial contest re-visits Scotland, the ‘Home of Golf’ for the first time since 2000.
Find out more about the Solheim Cup
The Solheim Cup takes place every two years and it will be one of the world’s biggest golf events next year, as female golfers from the USA and Europe compete head-to-head in a similar format to The Ryder Cup, with 12 players from each side battling it out for glory.
Full details of the proposed Exemption Order together with a plan showing the land affected may be examined during normal working hours at Pullar House, Auchterarder Library and at the Perth & Kinross Council website.
Make The Most Of Perfect Perthshire
Perthshire’s superb variety of courses creates the perfect destination for family golf and an unforgettable experience together. Throughout the
The picturesque towns and villages throughout the region offer a great choice of accommodation and quality food and drink. Away from the course take time to discover the many things to see and do from malt
Perth & Kinross Council has launched a new fund to help communities to celebrate this exciting event, you can find out more
Travel to the Solheim Cup
Gleneagles is just 16 miles from Perth City Centre and is accessible via road and rail. Make sure to have a look at our transport FAQs for all the travel tips to the Solheim Cup!
For visitors travelling by car, there will be temporary road changes and routes to the venue to minimise road disruption. Please follow all local signage to the venue and do not follow sat nav guidance.
A Park & Ride service to Gleneagles will be in operation from McDiarmid Park (Crieff Road) with the aim of limiting the impact on local communities and local road networks.