02 - 04 Aug 22
Downfield, Scotland

The R&A Girls’ and Boys’ Home Internationals have a new look for 2022, comprising of one combined team of girls and boys.

Teams from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales – made up of 16 players (seven girls and nine boys) – will compete for success in the matches played across three days. The 2022 matches will be played at Downfield in Scotland from 2-4 August. Over 18 holes, each match consists of seven foursomes games (three girls and four boys) and 14 singles games (six girls and eight boys). Team positions will be determined by the highest number of match points. Historical trophies will also be presented to the leading country in the girls' and boys' series of matches. View Terms of Competition for more information.


Downfield Golf Club, set in beautiful parkland in the city of Dundee, has been described by Paul Lawrie (1999 Champion Golfer of the Year) as “one of the finest inland courses in Britain”. Downfield also hosted the 2019 Girls’ and Women’s Home Internationals and has also staged a number of professional events. Key highlights include hosting The Open Final Qualifying in 1999 and 2007, Seniors Open Qualifying in 2010 and 2016 and the 2019 Scottish PGA Championship. The venue also hosted the 2014 Scottish Men’s Amateur Championship when Chris Robb triumphed. Combining wonderful scenery with the natural wildlife, Downfield offers a truly challenging and enjoyable experience to all golfers regardless of their abilities.


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