Walker Cup Results

1922: USA 8, Great Britain and Ireland 4; National Golf Links of America, Southampton, N.Y.

1923: USA 6, Great Britain and Ireland 5; Old Course at St. Andrews (Scotland)

1924; USA 9, Great Britain and Ireland 3; Garden City (N.Y.) Golf Club

1926: USA 6, Great Britain and Ireland 5; Old Course at St. Andrews (Scotland)

1928: USA 11, Great Britain and Ireland 1; Chicago Golf Club, Wheaton, Ill.

1930: USA 10, Great Britain and Ireland 2; Royal St. George’s Golf Club, Sandwich, England

1932: USA 8, Great Britain and Ireland 1; The Country Club, Brookline, Mass.

1934: USA 9, Great Britain and Ireland 2; Old Course at St. Andrews (Scotland)

1936: USA 9, Great Britain and Ireland 0; Pine Valley Golf Club, Clementon, N.J.

1938: Great Britain and Ireland 7, USA 4; Old Course at St. Andrews (Scotland)

1947: USA 8, Great Britain and Ireland 4; Old Course at St. Andrews (Scotland)

1949: USA 10, Great Britain and Ireland 2; Winged Foot G.C. (West Course), Mamaroneck, N.Y.

1951: USA 6, Great Britain and Ireland 3; Birkdale Golf Club, Southport, England

1953: USA 9, Great Britain and Ireland 3; Kittansett Club, Marion, Mass.

1955: USA 10, Great Britain and Ireland 2; Old Course at St. Andrews (Scotland)

1957: USA 8, Great Britain and Ireland 3; Minikahda Club, Minneapolis, Minn.

1959: USA 9, Great Britain and Ireland 3; Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers, Muirfield, Scotland

1961: USA 11, Great Britain and Ireland 1; Seattle (Wash.) Golf Club

1963: USA 12, Great Britain and Ireland 8; Turnberry (Ailsa Course), Turnberry, Scotland

1965: USA 11, Great Britain and Ireland 11; Baltimore (Md.) Country Club (Five Farms Course)

1967: USA 13, Great Britain and Ireland 7; Royal St. George’s, Sandwich, England

1969: USA 10, Great Britain and Ireland 8; Milwaukee (Wis.) Country Club

1971: Great Britain and Ireland 13, USA 11; Old Course at St. Andrews (Scotland)

1973: USA 14, Great Britain and Ireland 10; The Country Club, Brookline, Mass.

1975: USA 15½, Great Britain and Ireland 8½; Old Course at St. Andrews (Scotland)

1977: USA 16, Great Britain and Ireland 8; Shinnecock Hills G.C., Southampton, N.Y.

1979: USA 15½, Great Britain and Ireland 8½; Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers, Muirfield, Scotland

1981: USA 15, Great Britain and Ireland 9; Cypress Point Club, Pebble Beach, Calif.

1983: USA 13½, Great Britain and Ireland 10½, Royal Liverpool G.C. (Hoylake), Merseyside, England

1985: USA 13, Great Britain and Ireland 11; Pine Valley (N.J.) Golf Club

1987: USA 16½, Great Britain and Ireland 7½; Sunningdale Golf Club, Berkshire, England

1989: Great Britain and Ireland 12½, USA 11½; Peachtree Golf Club, Atlanta, Ga.

1991: USA 14, Great Britain and Ireland 10, Portmarnock Golf Club, Dublin, Ireland

1993: USA 19, Great Britain and Ireland 5, Interlachen Country Club, Edina, Minn.

1995: Great Britain and Ireland 14, USA 10, Royal Porthcawl G.C., Porthcawl, Wales

1997: USA 18, Great Britain and Ireland 6, Quaker Ridge G.C., Scarsdale, N.Y.

1999: Great Britain and Ireland 15, USA 9, Nairn (Scotland) Golf Club

2001: Great Britain and Ireland 15, USA 9, Ocean Forest G.C., Sea Island, Ga.

2003: Great Britain and Ireland 12½, USA 11½, Ganton (England) Golf Club

2005: USA 12½, Great Britain and Ireland 11½, Chicago Golf Club, Wheaton, Ill.

2007: USA 12, Great Britain and Ireland 11, Royal County Down, Newcastle, County Down, Northern Ireland

2009: USA 16½, Great Britain and Ireland 9½, Merion Golf Club, Ardmore, Pa.

2011: Great Britain and Ireland 14, USA 12, Royal Aberdeen Golf Club, Aberdeen, Scotland

2013: USA 17, Great Britain and Ireland 9, National Golf Links of America, Southampton, N.Y.

(USA leads series 35-8-1)                

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