Here are the next 2 Solheim Cup host sites, courses

The 2023 Solheim Cup is the first in Spain.

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Haven’t these sunrise pics from Spain been something or what?

This year’s Solheim Cup site, Finca Cortesin in Andalucia, Spain has shown out this week with its stunning views and dramatic elevation changes.

Not only has the venue provided a spectacular backdrop but the action on the course has been equally thrilling, with the Americans jumping out to an early lead and the favored Europeans fighting back on home soil.

This is the Solheim Cup’s first visit to Spain and when it returns to Europe in 2026, it will be visiting a new country as well. But first, the Cup will head to a rather familiar venue for American golf fans.

Once the Solheim Cup shifts back to even-numbered years in 2024, here are the next two venues that will play host to the biennial matches.

Future Solehim Cup Venues

2024: Robert Trent Jones Golf Club — Gainesville, VA

Robert Trent Jones Golf Club hosted the 2015 Quicken Loans National. Getty Images

Virginia’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Club is neither stranger to international team matches nor the game’s biggest players. The layout, which was designed and founded by its namesake, Robert Trent Jones Sr. in 1991, played host to the President Cup in 1994, 1996, 2000 and 2005.

It has also hosted the PGA Tour as recently as 2015 when Troy Merritt captured the Quicken Loans National there.

Located about 30 miles from Washington D.C., Jones called the design his “masterpiece” and said “the terrain is aesthetically perfect.”

2026: Bernardus Golf — Cromvoirt, Netherlands

The 2026 Solheim Cup will be the first in The Netherlands. Getty Images

The Solheim Cup visits The Netherlands for the first time when it returns to Europe in 2026.

Bernardus is a heathland course designed by Kyle Phillips, who is also behind Scotland’s Kingsbarns and has played host to the DP World Tour’s KLM Open the past three seasons.

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