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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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2015 Vagliano Trophy Winners

The Continent of Europe

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The Continent of Europe extended its winning streak in the Vagliano Trophy to five victories in a row after narrowly defeating Great Britain and Ireland 12½-11½ at the Malone Golf Club in 2015. The last GB&I win came at Golf de Chantilly in 2005.

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History

Golf Club Bogogno, Italy
30 June – 1 July 2017

The Vagliano Trophy will be played at Golf Club Bogogno from 30 June – 1 July 2017.

Golf Club Bogogno is situated north-west of Milan in the foothills of the Monte Rosa Massif mountain range, close to the Swiss border. Two courses, the Del Conte and Bonara, were designed by renowned golf architect Robert Von Hagge and were opened in 1997.

The venue has become a regular host for events on the European Tour, including Qualifying School for amateur and professional golfers seeking to gain a European Tour card.

Contact details:

Circolo Golf Bogogno
Via Sant’lsidoro, 1
I-28010
Bogogno
Italy
Tel: +39 0322 863794

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History

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

HISTORY

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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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