How much does it cost to go to the 2023 Solheim Cup? How do you get tickets?
The prestigious women’s golf tournament at Finca Cortesin, Casares, anticipates a viewership of 461 million, with 80,000 tickets already sold. Here’s how to get tickets
Spain is hosting its inaugural Solheim Cup, a prestigious golf event that unites top European and North American players in a three-day biennial match-play competition starting September 22.
The Costa del Sol will be welcoming some of the world’s finest golfers to Finca Cortesin in Casares for the first time. This prestigious international women’s golf tournament, running until September 24, is poised to captivate a global audience of 461 million viewers. With 80,000 tickets already sold, the event mirrors the men’s Ryder Cup, featuring a European team versus a US team.
Throughout the week, teams led by Suzann Pettersen and Stacy Lewis will practice on the course.
Spectators are invited to watch, and tickets are available for purchase on the Solheim Cup website for this golfing spectacle. Below are the ticket prices:
Practice rounds on September 19, 20, and 21 start at €25.
Day one of the tournament offers day passes from €80.
Day two day passes begin at €95.
Day three day passes start at €120.
Season tickets, granting access from September 18 to 24, are available from €240.
Additionally, the website allows fans to book parking, Marbella transfers, and tickets for the opening ceremony on September 21. Golf enthusiasts have a golden opportunity to witness this exceptional event live and in person.