The Covid-19 epidemic has not only radically reshaped the schedule of performances this year, but also significantly influenced the schedule of the following seasons. The Solheim Cup and Ryder Cup tournaments, which in 2023 will be held one after another for the first time, did not stay away. Representatives of the women’s Eurotour decided to hold the Spanish Solheim Cup tournament from September 18 to 24, 2023, and next week Italy will host the Ryder Cup participants.
“The golf course confrontation between Europe and the United States creates a unique atmosphere in our sport,” said Euro Tour Executive Director Keith Pelley. “And the European fans will have an incredible event when in 2023 the Solheim Cup and Ryder Cup will take place one after the other.”
Recall that the previous Ryder Cup draws fell on even-numbered years, but this time, due to the Covid-19 epidemic, it was decided to postpone this competition for a year, keeping the American golf club Whistling Straits (Wisconsin) an arena. Next year’s Solheim Cup will also take place in the United States at Inverness Golf Club, Ohio. In 2023, Spain and Italy will for the first time become the arena of confrontation between the European and American teams.