Suzann Pettersen will captain Europe within the next two editions of the Solheim Cup, the Girls European Tour has introduced.
The two-time main winner, who was already getting ready to lead the aspect in September’s contest in Spain, has now additionally been appointed for the 2024 conflict in the US.
The two encounters are being held only a 12 months aside because of the Solheim Cup shifting to even years to keep away from clashing with the Ryder Cup.
The information comes eight days after the US took the identical possibility, with 2023 captain Stacy Lewis additionally handed the position for next 12 months at Robert Trent Jones Golf Membership in Virginia.
Pettersen, who secured the profitable level at Gleneagles in 2019 earlier than instantly asserting her retirement, mentioned: “I like the Solheim Cup and it’s such a novel honour to be requested to captain Group Europe once more in 2024.
“Being provided the position for a second time earlier than the 2023 matches have even been performed is just a little totally different to typical, however due to the adjustments to the schedule and having back-to-back Solheim Cups in consecutive years, it makes good sense.
“Thus far my 2023 captaincy has been a pure pleasure so to have the option to lead the workforce in Europe this 12 months after which once more next 12 months within the US, close to the nation’s capital, might be an ideal honour.
“This can enable us to construct a method and a philosophy for the workforce that we will hold which can supply extra consistency for the gamers and allow them to give attention to their efficiency.
“My focus is on getting the workforce across the gamers and the ambiance proper after which taking that up to the next stage.”
LET CEO Alexandra Armas mentioned: “Suzann was a pure selection to lead the 2024 European Solheim Cup workforce.
“The gamers know and respect Suzann and this continuity in management will make sure that they’ve the most effective preparation as we drive in direction of one other extremely profitable occasion in 2024.”