Experience the Best of Women's Golf in Gainesville, Virginia


This biennial, transatlantic team match-play competition features the 12 best European players from the Ladies European Tour (LET) and the 12 best U.S. players from the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Tour. Attending the Solheim Cup is an unparalleled experience that blends the excitement of world-class golf with the electrifying spirit of international competition. As the most prestigious team event in women's golf, the Solheim Cup showcases the finest talent from Europe and the United States, captivating audiences with thrilling matches and unforgettable moments. Whether you're a passionate golf enthusiast or a casual sports fan, witnessing the intense camaraderie, sportsmanship, and strategic gameplay on display is truly inspiring.

Beyond the riveting action on the course, the Solheim Cup offers a unique opportunity to join a diverse community of fellow spectators, united by their love for the game and the shared spectacle of this remarkable tournament. Attending the Solheim Cup means immersing yourself in the dynamic fusion of skill, passion, and international pride that makes this event a standout highlight in the world of sports.



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See the Legendary Robert Trent Jones Golf Club


Robert Trent Jones, Sr. has been called the "father of modern golf course architecture". He designed his own golf course architecture program at Cornell University before any such program existed and was the first to use many modern design and construction techniques. Through a long career he built and remodeled over 450 courses in the US and throughout the world.  Jones considered Robert Trent Jones Golf Club his masterpiece and envisioned a championship course that would provide a retreat in the Washington DC area dedicated to golf.  Course construction started in 1988, and the golf course formally opened in April 1991. "The terrain is aesthetically perfect," Jones said. "I don't think we could have done anything better anywhere."

Home to the first four Presidents Cup tournaments in the United States, the vision for the Club was crafted by its founding Trustees who insisted every detail of the facility and service be first-class. To this day Members and their guests enjoy the fruits of the founders' vision, The RTJ Experience, every time they visit the Club and it never gets old.



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Frequently Asked Questions

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  1. How do I get to Prince William County?
    • By Air: The nearest airports are Washington Dulles International (IAD) and Washington Reagan National (DCA) . The area is also home to Manassas Regional Airport (HEF), the largest executive airport in Virginia.

    • By Car: Interstate 95 runs north to DC and south to Richmond. Interstate 66 runs east to west for travelers headed from DC to points west. US 29/15, US 1 and the Prince William County Parkway/Dumfries Road are other arterial motorways traversing Prince William County. The area is served by Yellow Cab and Northern Virginia Checker Cab, Uber, Lyft, and other ride-sharing services. Numerous rental car companies are available at IAD and DCA, as well as locally.

    • By Rail: Virginia Railway Express (VRE), connects Prince William County by rail to D.C. This commuter line has morning service to and evening service from Union Station. Amtrak has daily service to Prince William County. The nearby AutoTrain in Lorton is an alternative for those seeking to bypass driving to Florida. 

    • DC Metro Rail stations closest to Prince William are Springfield/ Franconia (I-95) and Vienna / Fairfax (I-66)

  2. Where do I get tickets to the Solheim Cup?

    Multiple ticket packages are available here.
  3. Where should I stay?

    Prince William County offers an abundance of accommodations, ranging from your favorite national brands to a cozy bed and breakfast. Check out our Places to Stay page to see your local options. The LPGA has also gathered a collection of regional accommodations for your convenience here.

  4. I have a problem with my reservation. Who do I contact?
    1. Any changes to a reservation will have to be made directly with the hotel you have reserved with. Please refer to the hotel listings for contact information and for their change/cancelation policies.