The Solheim Cup is the pinnacle of women’s golf with the best players from Europe and the USA going head-to-head in match play format. The 16th edition of the event promises to be one of the highlights on the world’s sporting calendar in 2019.
The Solheim Cup Team aims to provide all spectators with the most inclusive experience possible. If you have any questions regarding accessibility that are not answered in this guide please contact us.
This page is being constantly updated with new information.
There is level access from the main entrance to:Spectator BarSpectator Village Car Park 3ASpectator Restaurant Merchandise Shop
Getting hereFor further information on accessible travel in Scotland, go to Transport Scotland.
Travel by public transport
There will be a pedestrain bridge for spectators to cross the A9 to enter Gleneagles. Guests who will be unable to cross the bridge will be shuttled in wheelchair accessible transport around to Park & Ride A drop-off location.
Travel by taxi
There will be wheelchair accessible transport available from both Park & Ride sites in addition from Gleneagles Railway Station
On-Site Car Parking
- Blue Badge Holders
There will be a designated free disabled parking facility on-site in addition to both Park & Ride locations. Guests wishing to arrange on-site parking please contact Access@SolheimCup2019.com
- Non-Blue Badge Holders
There are a limited number of tickets available and they are currently on sale, to access on-site car parking please visit www.solheimcup2019.com/tickets. There is no on-street or additional parking at the venue.
For visitors travelling by car, there will be temporary road changes and routes to the venue to minimise road disruption. Please follow all local signage to the venue and do not follow sat nav guidance.
For visitors with pre-purchased parking for the car park travelling from the south will be signposted off the A9 Northbound at Greenloaning onto the A822, then again onto the A823 at its junction. Visitors travelling from the north will be directed towards Crieff via the A85 to then join the A822 leading to A823 and then the venue.
Park & Ride
A Park & Ride service to Gleneagles will be in operation from two sites with the aim of limiting the impact on local communities and local road networks and helping offer quick and convenient way for attendees of the Solheim Cup to get to the action. Details on the Park and Ride sites are below.
McDiarmid Park, Crieff Road – Perth
The North Park and Ride facility is located on the Crieff Road in Perth near to the A9 and is the property of St Johnstone FC. It is often referred to as “McDiarmid Park”. Please follow local signs to McDiarmid Park and do not follow sat nav guidance due to temporary road changes made for Solheim.
Castleview – Stirling
The South Park and Ride facility is located on the Millennium Way (A84) near to Junction 10 of the A9 and is the property of Falleninch Farm, it is often referred to as “Castleview”. The bus shuttle service will run from the adjacent Stirling Council Park and Ride facility. Please follow local signs and do not follow sat nav guidance due to temporary road changes made for Solheim.
Access buddies will be on-site available to assist guests through all aspects of arrivials/departures and have information of where to go on-site. If you require more information or would like to book an access buddy to assist you with your arrival please email email@example.com.
Path to main entrance
Getting around inside
Ticket/ information desk
Information point for guests to get assistance or request access buddies support
Things to See and Do
Spectator/ Audience viewing areas
1st Tee Grandstand
Car Park 3A
Place to eat and drink
Getting around outside
Customer care support
To help you navigate the course mobility scooters and manual wheelchairs are available to book courtesy of the Scottish Government through Event Mobility.
Location to be confirmed. More information will follow.
Emergency evacuation procedures
Customer care support
Access buddies will be onsite available to assist guests through all aspects of arrivials/departures and have information of where to go onsite. If you require more information or would like to book an access buddy to assist you with your arrival please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will have an accessible route to certain holes, viewing areas and devoid of accesibility imparement. More details and a map to follow.