There is still plenty of time to buy tickets to what promises to be a pulsating Solheim Cup in Spain
The 2023 Solheim Cup is almost upon us as the best of Europe and the USA prepare to face off in Spain.
Suzann Pettersen‘s continental side will be determined to complete a hattrick of consecutive Solheim Cups for the first time in the event’s history.
After victories at Gleneagles and Inverness Club, Ohio, the home side will want to harness the energy of the fans at Finca Cortesin.
It is the first time the tournament has visited Spain, so home favourite Carlota Ciganda and the rest of her European teammates will look to overcome Stacy Lewis‘ Team USA.
Tickets are available for the event on the Solheim Cup website, and it is a golden opportunity for golf fans to see one of the game’s biggest occasions live and in person.
There are a variety of tickets available for the 2023 Solheim Cup which can be purchased before the event starts on September 22.
How much are tickets for Solheim Cup?
The first practice round of the Solheim Cup is Tuesday, September 19 and tickets can be purchased from €25. This is the same for Wednesday, September 20 and Thursday, September 21.
For the first day of the tournament, a day pass can be purchased from €80. Tickets can be bought individually, or you can buy a group of up to 10 tickets.
For day two of the Solheim Cup, a day pass can be purchased from €95. Tickets can be bought individually, or you can buy a group of up to 10 tickets.
For day three of the Solheim Cup, a day pass can be purchased from €120. Tickets can be bought individually, or you can buy a group of up to 10 tickets.
On each day, spectators can enter the course in Andalucia from 8 a.m. Season tickets can also be purchased from €240.
A season ticket allows you access to the golf course from September 18 to 24, giving you a ticket for the entire week of the 2023 Solheim Cup.
On the Solheim Cup website, fans can also book parking, transfers from Marbella and also tickets for the opening ceremony on September 21.
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