2017 Boys Home International Champions
England were crowned the 2017 Boys Home Internationals champions with a 100% record after winning all three matches against Ireland, Scotland and Wales at St Annes Old Links to successfully defend the trophy which they won at Ballyliffin Golf Club in Ireland.
7-9 August 2018
The Boys Home Internationals will be played at Royal Dornoch from 7-9 August 2018. The current golf club was founded in 1877 and was awarded Royal status in 1906. The Championship Course design is attributed to Old Tom Morris. Widely regarded as one of the world’s finest links courses, it has hosted The Amateur Championship in 1985 and the Scottish Amateur Championship on three occasions: 1993, 2000, and 2012.
Five-time Champion Golfer of the Year, Tom Watson, is an honorary member of Royal Dornoch.
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This is a round robin international series at Boys level with each of the four home countries playing against one another. The matches comprise five morning foursomes followed by ten afternoon singles.
The Boys Home Internationals began 1923 as a match between the boys teams of England and Scotland. In 1972, a match between Ireland and Wales was added.
Since 1996, the internationals have reverted to four home countries competing against one another over three consecutive days in a round robin series on golf courses throughout Great Britain and Ireland.
Each fixture comprises five morning foursomes, followed by ten afternoon singles.
England hold the record for the highest number of wins since the new format was introduced (15). Ireland have won it four times and Scotland twice.
The R&A Trophy is awarded to the winning team.