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Solheim Cup Heads to Finca Cortesin in 2023

The Solheim Cup is heading to Finca Cortesin Golf Resort in 2023. announced by the Ladies European Tour and Ladies PGA Tour, 2023 will see the massive tournament played in Andalucia, Spain.

When is the Solheim Cup?

Dates for the event have been confirmed as 18 – 24 September 2023

Spain will host the international tournament for the first time in the tournament’s history. The tournament will be held a week before the 2023 Ryder Cup at Marco Simone in Italy, making a massive week of golf that you will not want to miss. After the success of the 2019 tournament at Gleneagles in Scotland, Spain is gearing up for one of the biggest renditions of this Ladies golf tournament ever. 


Keith Pelley, Cheif Executive of the European Tour, stated that “it is tremendous for fans in Europe that our continent will play host to The Solheim Cup and The Ryder Cup in consecutive weeks in 2023.”

Finca Cortesin Golf Resort

The Finca Cortesin Golf Resort is located on Spain’s southeast coast in Malaga, Casares. The region is known as Andalucia, while The Resort overlooks the Mediterranean Sea. Nearby golf courses include Real Club Valderrama, Real Club de Golf Sotogrande and La Reserva Club Sotogrande. Finca Cortesin’s golf course was designed by Cabell Robinson, opening in 2007. It has already gained renown as one of Europe’s top golf courses, and makes Finca Cortesin Resort one of the best golf resort’s in Continental Europe.

View of the 9th fairway, Finca Cortesin, Casares, Malaga, Spain
Finca Cortesin Golf Resort will host the 2023 Solheim Cup in September. Image courtesy of Finca Cortesin Resort.

Solheim Cup Fast Facts

  • Originally established: 1990, Lake Nona Country Club, Florida
  • Previous venue: Inverness Club, Ohio, USA – 2021
  • Most appearances: Laura Davies (12), Team Europe, 1990 – 2011
  • Most points: Laura Davies (25), Team Europe, 22-18-6 record
  • Most foursome points won: Annika Sörenstam (11.5), Team Europe, 11-3-1 record
  • Youngest player: Charley Hull (Europe 2013), 17 years 149 days
  • Oldest player: Juli Inkster (USA 2011), 51 years 91 days

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