Solheim Cup Results (1990 to Present)

by Steve | Last Updated: 7 September 2021

Solheim Cup Tournament Format

The tournament is played over three days.

Since 2002, there have been 28 matches consisting of eight foursomes and eight four-balls matches played on days 1 and 2, and 12 singles on the final day.

Before 1996, and also in 2000, the Solheim Cup used a similar, but abbreviated format.

Solheim Cup Points Scoring System

One point is awarded to the team that wins each match; in the event of a tie, both teams score half a point.

After all matches are complete, the team with most points wins or retains the Cup.

Any ties are awarded in favour of the defending team, which means a team only needs 14 points to retain the cup and 14.5+ to win the Solheim Cup

Overall Score

EUROPE

7

USA

10

Solheim Cup Results

2021

USA 13 v Europe 15

Inverness Club, Ohio, USA

2019

Europe 14½ v USA 13½

Gleneagles, Scotland

2017

USA 16½ v Europe 11½

Des Moines Golf and Country Club, Iowa, USA

2015

Europe 13½ v USA 14½

Golf Club St.Leon-Rot, Germany

2013

USA 10 v Europe 18

Colorado Golf Club, Colorado, USA

2011

Europe 15 v USA 13

Killeen Castle Golf Resort, Ireland

2009

USA 16 v Europe 12

Rich Harvest Farms, Illinois, USA

2007

Europe 12 v USA 16

Halmstad GK, Sweden

2005

USA 15½ v Europe 12½

Crooked Stick Golf Club, Indiana, USA

2003

Europe 17½ v USA 10½

Barsebäck Golf & Country Club, Sweden

2002

USA 15½ v Europe 12½

Interlachen Country Club, Minnesota, USA

2000

Europe 14½ v USA 11½

Loch Lomond Golf Club, Scotland

1998

USA 16 v Europe 12

Muirfield Village, Ohio, USA

1996

Europe 11 v USA 17

St Pierre Golf & Country Club, Wales

1994

USA 13 v Europe 7

The Greenbrier, West Virginia, USA

1992

Europe 11½ v USA 6½

Dalmahoy Country Club, Scotland

1990

USA 11½ v Europe 4½

Lake Nona Golf & Country Club, Florida USA

Steve King, the founder of Fore King Golf, started playing golf at the tender age of 29, after years spent playing many other sports and getting dodgy knees. Although late to the game, Steve soon fell in love with the sport and found himself, like many others, addicted to the pursuit of improvement and playing better. He is currently a member of The Kendleshire Golf Club & Hercules Golf Society, as well as running several competitions for Fore King Golf