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LPGA, LET Announce 2026 Solheim Cup Host

LPGA, LET Announce 2026 Solheim Cup Host

The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA), along with the Ladies European Tour, has announced Bernardus, located in the Netherlands, as the host of the 2026 Solheim Cup.

After being designed as a heathland course by renowned designer, Kyle Phillips, and subsequently opening in 2018, Bernardus become a well-known tournament host after holding the Dutch Open on the DP World Tour in 2021 and 2022.

Additionally, the bid is supported by the Royal Dutch Golf Federation (NGF) and IMG, where they are aiming to create a world-class event and benchmark for women’s sport events.

Commenting on hosting the Solheim Cup, Bernardus owner, Robert van der Wallen, said: “We are very excited to be hosting the Solheim Cup in 2026 and to partner with the Royal Dutch Golf Federation, IMG, the LET and LPGA.”

“The opportunity to host such a globally significant sports event is a huge honour for our whole team.

“Experience is what we are all about at Bernardus and our preparations are already underway to ensure we play our part in providing the stage to host a best-in-class Solheim Cup experience in September 2026,” he said.

NGF president, Caroline Huyskes, added: “I am proud that the Solheim Cup is coming to the Netherlands.”

“This event contributes to the NGF strategy aimed at attracting women and rejuvenating the sport in our country.

“The fact that we have been able to bring one of the largest women’s sports tournaments in the world to the Netherlands is a re­flection of our ambition and drive,” she said.

The news comes as the PGA of Australiasia announced a broadcast partnership with Fox Sports.

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