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Solheim Cup

Solheim Cup 2023 - PING Official Global Partner & Team Europe Supplier

2023 will see the Solheim Cup take centre stage at Finca Cortesin, Andalucia, Spain from the 22nd to the 24th of September. The 2023 competition will be the 18th event in its history with the US leading Europe by 10-7 in overall standings.

As a global partner, PING will be the Official team supplier for Team Europe during the whole week as team Europe attempts to take home the coveted Solheim Cup trophy for the 8th time.

Solheim Cup 2023 Official Team Europe Uniform

Support Team Europe and wear what the players wear with the official team uniforms, designed and engineered by PING.

Each style has been meticulously crafted, taking inspiration from the host nation and European heritage through elegant designs and strong sporty silhouettes - celebrating cutting-edge engineering to enhance players' performance while celebrating their unity. Whether you're watching from home or at the event in Spain, here's your chance to support Team Europe with the official replica kits the best players in the world will be wearing during the 2023 Solheim Cup tournament.


As Team Europe take to the first tee, sport the official Team Europe kit as they look to take an early lead.

The first-day uniform pays tribute to the host nation, with several products featuring a ‘Euro Stripe’ print that is made from a combination of red, yellow and blue.


As moving day approaches, cheer on Team Europe in the official uniform for Day 2.

Day two’s design features a knitted tape detail for a sporty aesthetic and a European Shield of Stars, paying tribute to traditional Spanish and European colours.


Wear the colours of Europe in the final day's outfit, as Team Europe look to retain the Solheim Cup trophy.

To finish the week, the European flag takes center stage with the design influence and traditional European stars feature elegantly across the final day's outfit.


Solheim Cup History

  • 1975: PING’s dedication to supporting the women’s game stems from the mid-1970s, when founder, Karsten Solheim and his wife Louise began sponsoring LPGA events. The first was the Karsten-PING open, held in Phoenix in 1975.
  • 1990: The birth of the Solheim Cup. PING has since enjoyed a long-standing and strong relationship with the biennial contest, having played an important part in the competition’s inception in 1990, with the tournament subsequently being named after Karsten and Louise Solheim, PING’s founders.
  • 2002: Inaugurated in 2002, the PING Junior Solheim Cup is a version of The Solheim Cup for the stars of tomorrow (amateurs aged 18 and under) and follows a similar format to the senior event, featuring the top 12 European junior amateurs versus their American counterparts at the beginning of the Solheim Cup week.

“Karsten loved ladies’ golf. He felt the lady professionals did not get as much recognition as their male counterparts and that is why he sponsored various LPGA events dating back to 1975."

“When the opportunity to sponsor a Ryder Cup-like ladies’ event was presented to my parents, they embraced the idea wholeheartedly. Karsten thought it would be a wonderful arena for the ladies from Europe and the USA to be recognised for their golf skills and talents.”

John A. Solheim

Solheim Cup Memories


Karsten and Louise Solheim take a seat at the opening ceremony of the first-ever Solheim Cup hosted in 1990.


Crowds gather around the green at the 1992 Solheim cup at Dalmahoy Country Club, Edinburgh, Scotland.


Team Europe take the win in PING uniform at the 2021 Solheim Cup at the Inverness Club in Toledo, Ohio.

Solheim Cup Trophy

The Solheim Cup trophy was designed by Billy Briggs, in 1990, the year of the first Solheim Cup tournament. The trophy is made from impressive crystal-cut glass which features the Solheim Cup logo.

Presented to the winning team’s captain, the Solheim Cup remains a prestigious honour for those who take the glory.


  • Weight: More than 20 pounds
  • Height: 19 inches, including the base
  • Diameter of wooden base: 8 inches
  • Diameter at top: 4 inches

Junior Solheim Cup

Introduced in 2002 by John Solheim, PING’s Chairman and CEO, the Junior Solheim Cup has seen some of the game's future stars take their first steps in competitive golf.

Based on the same format as the Solheim Cup, the Junior Solheim Cup is played the week of the main competition by girls aged between 12-18 and gives them the opportunity to follow in the footsteps of their peers - providing the perfect platform for talented young girls to express their potential.

PING have been a proud sponsor of the Junior Solheim Cup by providing team uniforms so that golfers can look and play their best.