The special passes give fans access to the one-of-a-kind PING Pavilion, a climate-controlled environment with a patio, seating areas, televisions, restrooms and a complete pay-as-you-go menu that will be located along one of Colorado Golf Club’s great finishing holes. The purchase of PING Pavilion passes also includes access to the grounds Tuesday through Sunday, off-site parking for the week and a copy of the commemorative Solheim Cup Official Magazine.
“We are thrilled that so many fans took advantage of this great opportunity to see the Solheim Cup in VIP style by purchasing PING Pavilion passes,” Solheim Cup Tournament Director Becky Newell said. “Our ticket sales have been strong across the board, and the PING Pavilion passes selling out is evidence that we will have a standing-room-only atmosphere at this year’s event. It’s going to be a great week.”
More than 120,000 spectators are expected for the 2013 Solheim Cup, which features the top 12 women’s professional golfers from Europe against the United States’ top dozen stars. These teams are led by captains Meg Mallon for the United States and Liselotte Neumann for Europe. Europe won the last Solheim Cup in Ireland in 2011, but the U.S. Team has never lost on home soil (6-0), making Colorado Golf Club a promising setting for an intense competition.