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The Junior Ryder Cup
Ryder Cup
is a team golf competition between Europe and the United States. It is based on the men's Ryder Cup
Ryder Cup
and is run by the same organisations, the PGA of America
PGA of America
and Ryder Cup
Ryder Cup
Europe (a subsidiary of the PGA European Tour, with minority stakes held by the PGA of Great Britain & Ireland
Ireland
and the PGA of Europe). The 2016 event took place at the Interlachen Country Club, Edina, Minnesota
Edina, Minnesota
on September 26 and 27. The United States won 15½–8½, their fifth successive victory in the event.[1] On recent occasions there has been an informal "friendship match" played on the Ryder Cup
Ryder Cup
course after the Junior Ryder Cup
Ryder Cup
but before the Ryder Cup. The teams consist of six boys and six girls. The tournament is played over two days of foursomes, fourball and singles matches. There are three boys' matches and three girls' foursomes matches and six mixed fourball matches on the first day. There are 12 singles matches on the second day, added in 2008. In 1995 an informal match was played between European junior golfers and Central New York PGA Section and area juniors. The European team included 15-year-old Sergio García.[2]

Contents

1 Results 2 Future venues 3 Teams

3.1 United States 3.2 Europe

4 See also 5 References 6 External links

Results[edit]

Year Venue Location Winning team Score

2016 Interlachen Country Club Edina, Minnesota  United States 15½–8½

2014 Blairgowrie Golf Club Blairgowrie, Perthshire, Scotland  United States 16–8

2012 Olympia Fields Country Club Olympia Fields, Illinois  United States 14½–9½

2010 Gleneagles Resort Gleneagles, Scotland  United States 13½–10½

2008 The Club at Olde Stone Bowling Green, Kentucky  United States 22–2

2006 Celtic Manor Resort Newport, Wales  Europe1 6–6

2004 Westfield Group Country Club Westfield Center, Ohio  Europe 8½–3½

2002 The K Club Straffan, County Kildare, Ireland  Europe 9½–2½

1999 Country Club of New Seabury Mashpee, Massachusetts  Europe 10½–1½

1997 Alcaidesa
Alcaidesa
Links Golf Course La Línea, Cádiz, Spain  United States 7–5

1In the event of a tie the current holder retains the cup. Future venues[edit]

2018 Golf Disneyland, Marne-la-Vallée
Marne-la-Vallée
near Paris[3]

Teams[edit] United States[edit] 2016:

Girls: Alyaa Abdulghany, Hailee Cooper, Gina Kim, Lucy Li, Emilia Migliaccio, Kaitlyn Papp Boys: Wilson Furr, Noah Goodwin, Eugene Hong, Davis Shore, Patrick Welch, Norman Xiong

2014:

Girls: Sierra Brooks, Kristen Gillman, Amy Lee, Andrea Lee, Hannah O'Sullivan, Bethany Wu Boys: Sam Burns, Austin Connelly, Brad Dalke, Gordon Neale, Davis Riley, Cameron Young

2012:

Girls: Casie Cathrea, Karen Chung, Casey Danielson, Alison Lee, Esther Lee, Samantha Wagner Boys: Cameron Champ, Gavin Hall, Beau Hossler, Jim Liu, Scott Scheffler, Robby Shelton

2010:

Girls: Doris Chen, Ginger Howard, Cassy Isagawa, Alison Lee, Kristen Park, Emma Talley Boys: Jim Liu, Denny McCarthy, Anthony Paolucci, Oliver Schniederjans, Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas

2008:

Girls: Sarah Brown, Danielle Frasier, Jennifer Johnson, Erynne Lee, Tiffany Lua, Lexi Thompson Boys: Jeffrey Kang, Anthony Paolucci, Cameron Peck, Jordan Spieth, Cory Whitsett, Andrew Yun

2006:

Girls: Brittany Altomare, Cassandra Blaney, Esther Choe, Vicky Hurst, Kristen Schelling, Isabelle Lendl Boys: Bud Cauley, Tony Finau, Philip Francis, Drew Kittleson, Joe Monte, Andrew Yun

2004:

Girls: Kelly Fuchik, Mina Harigae, Angela Oh, Anne Ormson, Jessica Smith, Tessa Teachman Boys: Chris DeForest, Josh Dupont, Kyle English, Tony Finau, Luke Guthrie, Chase Wright

2002:

Girls: Tiffany Chudy, Mallory Code, Stephanie Connelly, Jennifer Davis, Lauren Mielbrecht, Jenny Suh Boys: Travis Esway, Shaun Felchner, Taylor Hall, Adam Porzak, Colin Wilcox, Casey Wittenberg

1999:

Girls: Erica Blasberg, Catherine Cartwright, Leigh Anne Hardin, Cheryl Hennessy, Ina Kim, Angela Rho Boys: Mike Barboza, Jason Hartwich, Hunter Mahan, Matt Rosenfeld, Ty Tryon, James Vargas

1997:

Not known

Europe[edit] 2016:

Girls: Emilie Alba Paltrinieri, Julia Engström, Frida Kinhult, Pauline Roussin-Bouchard, Emma Spitz, Beatrice Wallin Boys: Jonathan Goth-Rasmussen, Falko Hanisch, Matias Honkala, Adrien Pendaries, Kristoffer Reitan, Marcus Svensson

2014:

Girls: Mathilda Cappeliez, Virginia Elena Carta, Annabel Dimmock, Alexandra Forsterling, Emily Kristine Pedersen, Linnea Ström Boys: John Axelsen, Ivan Cantero Gutierrez, Marcus Kinhult, Bradley Neil, Renato Paratore, Max Schmitt

2012:

Girls: Quirine Eijkenboom, Bronte Law, Harang Lee, Emily Kristine Pedersen, Covadonga Sanjuan, Linnea Ström Boys: Dominic Foos, Gavin Moynihan, Renato Paratore, Matthias Schwab, Victor Tärnström, Toby Tree

2010:

Girls: Amy Boulden, Isabella Deilert, Manon Gidali, Manon Molle, Klára Spilková, Kelly Tidy Boys: Chris Lloyd, Albert Eckhardt, Moritz Lampert, Kristoffer Ventura, Juhana Kukkonen, Thomas Detry

2008:

Girls: Anna Arrese, Carly Booth, Leona Maguire, Lisa Maguire, Daisy Nielsen, Kelly Tidy Boys: Julien Brun, Stanislas Gautier, Moritz Lampert, Chris Lloyd, Matteo Manassero, Adrián Otaegui

2006:

Girls: Carly Booth, Carlota Ciganda, Laura Gonzales-Escallon, Saskia Hausladen, Giulia Molinaro, Marta Silva Boys: Victor Dubuisson, Sean Einhaus, Pedro Figueiredo, Are Friestad, Maximilian Kieffer, Anders Kristiansen

2004:

Girls: Florentyna Parker, Valerie Sternebeck, Carlota Ciganda, Belen Mozo, Linn Gustafsson, Camilla Lennarth Boys: Dominic Angkawidjaja, Oliver Fisher, Rory McIlroy, Marius Thorp, Lluis Garcia del Moral, Zac Gould

2002:

Girls: Carmen Alonso, Emma Cabrera-Bello, Claire Grignolo, Dewi Claire Schreefel, Denise Simon, Katharina Werdinig Boys: Raphael De Sousa, Matteo Delpodio, Peter-Max Hamm, Farren Keenan, Tony Raillard, Benjamin Regent

1999:

Girls: Carmen Alonzo, Tullia Calzavara, Martina Eberl, Lucia Mar, Suzann Pettersen, Denise Simon Boys: Rafael Cabrera-Bello, Nicolas Colsaerts, Raphael De Sousa, Alfonso Gutierrez, David Porter, Craig Stevenson

1997:

Not known

See also[edit]

Junior Solheim Cup Junior Presidents Cup List of sports competitions between teams representing continents

References[edit]

^ "United States wins fifth consecutive Junior Ryder Cup". www.rydercup.com. Retrieved September 29, 2016.  ^ "Junior Ryder Cup
Ryder Cup
History". European Tour. Retrieved 23 September 2014.  ^ "2018 Junior Ryder Cup
Ryder Cup
to be played at Disneyland Paris". European Tour. Retrieved 23 September 2014. 

External links[edit]

Official website Coverage on PGA Tournaments website Coverage on European Tour website The Blairgowrie Golf

.