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The Vagliano Trophy

The Vagliano Trophy is a women’s amateur international match between Great Britain and Ireland and the Continent of Europe.

Since 1959, it has been staged biennially and is now organised by The R&A and the European Golf Association (EGA).

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2017 Vagliano Trophy Winners

The Continent of Europe

The Continent of Europe

The Continent of Europe extended its winning streak in the Vagliano Trophy to six victories in a row after defeating Great Britain and Ireland 15-9 at the Circolo Golf Bogogno in Italy. The last GB&I win came at Golf de Chantilly in 2005.

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Royal St. George’s, England
28 – 29 June 2019

The Vagliano Trophy will be played at Royal St. George’s from 28 – 29 June 2019.

Royal St. George’s is situated in the south east of England in Sandwich, Kent and has a rich history of hosting elite amateur championships including the 2014 Ladies’ British Open Amateur Championship where Emily Pederson lifted the trophy. The Open will also return to Royal St George’s in 2020 for the fifteenth occasion.

Over the years, Royal St George's has seen some of golf’s greatest players grace the historic links at Sandwich and was the scene for Darren Clarke’s famous Open victory in 2011.

Contact details:

Royal St. George's
Sandwich
Kent
England
CT13 9PB
Tel: +44 (0) 1304 613090

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The Vagliano Trophy comprises four morning foursomes followed by eight afternoon singles on two consecutive days, with 24 points in total available.

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History

The Vagliano Trophy started as a match between Great Britain and France in 1931 and was played annually until 1939 and between 1947 and 1949. It became a biennial event thereafter.

Of the early encounters, Great Britain were victorious in 15 of 16 matches with the 1934 tie resulting in draw.

Great Britain had also played a biennial match against Belgium from 1949 to 1957, and in 1959 the two matches were replaced by one seeing Great Britain take on a team representing the Continent of Europe.

The Vagliano trophy, given by French golfer Andre Vagliano, was introduced and used for the new event.

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