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Men's Home Internationals

The Men's Home Internationals is an annual event played over three days featuring teams from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. 

Following the postponement of the matches in April due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Men’s Home Internationals will take place at Hankley Common in England from 15 – 17 September.

Match Overview

2021 R&A Men's Home Internationals

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Hankley Common in Surrey will stage the Men’s Home Internationals from 15 – 17 September 2021.

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History

Hankley Common
15-17 September 2021

Hankley Common Golf Club began life in 1897. Play was originally over nine holes across this preserved stretch of Surrey countryside. In 1922 James Braid advised on the addition of a second nine and Harry Colt made further alterations in the early 1930s.

Both course and surrounding area are classed as a “Site of Special Scientific Interest.”

The club has hosted many prestigious amateur championships, including the Boy's Home Internationals in 2009.

Contact details:

Hankley Common
The Clubhouse 
Tilford 
Farnham
GU10 2DD
Tel: +44 (0) 1252 7924 93

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Teams from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales compete against each other in individual matches.

A match consists of five foursomes and ten singles, each over the same 18 holes, with the foursomes being played first.

The scores are calculated by match results with each team scoring one point for a team win and half a point for a halved match.

When two or more teams have scored an equal number of match points the positions shall be determined by the number of individual game points (including games halved). If still a tie, the team with the highest number of individual game wins (excluding games halved) will be used.

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History

R&A Men's Home International Match

The inaugural Men's Home International match was held in 1932 and the venue cycles between the four nations.

The winning team receives the Raymond Trophy, presented by Raymond Oppenheimer, an ex-England and Walker Cup captain, in 1952.

 

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