Moortown Golf Club, 16 - 18 August 2017
Men's Home Internationals
Teams from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales meet annually to play for the Raymond Trophy.
The round robin match play championship is played over three days. Matches consist of five foursomes in the morning followed by ten singles in the afternoon.
The winner is the country with the highest number of match points.
- 16.08.13: England roar back to regain Raymond Trophy - England regained the Raymond Trophy by winning the Home Internationals, supported by Fairstone Financial Management Ltd, after beating old rivals Scotland 9-6 on the final day at sunny and breezy Ganton.
- 16.08.13: Honours even leaves title in balance - It was honours even in this morning's crucial title clash between England and Scotland on the final day of the Home Internationals at Ganton, supported by Fairstone Financial Management Ltd, while Ireland built a decisive lead over Wales.
- 15.08.13: England poised for victory after demolishing Wales - England are favourites to regain the Raymond Trophy at Ganton tomorrow after demolishing Wales 11-4 on day two of the Home Internationals, supported by Fairstone Financial Management Ltd, while Ireland overcame reigning champions Scotland 6 - 8.
- 15.08.13: Welsh shock England but Scots sail on - Scotland took a further step towards retaining the Home Internationals, supported by Fairstone Financial Management Ltd, in this morning's foursomes at Ganton while Wales shocked England, both matches finishing 3-2.
- 14.08.13: Good Evans, England shade it over Irish while Scots start with win - England, looking to regain the title they lost to Scotland a year ago, were taken all the way by Ireland on the opening day of the Home Internationals supported by Fairstone Financial Management at Ganton but managed to edge home 8-7 while Scotland beat Wales more easily.
Founded in 1909, Moortown was designed by the World famous golf course architect Dr Alister MacKenzie, who also designed Augusta National, Cypress Point, Royal Melbourne and many other championship courses throughout the world.
Well-known around the World as the host of the first Ryder Cup match on British soil, in 1929, Moortown is regarded by many as one of the Country’s finest inland golf courses. Over the past Century the Club has hosted many professional and amateur tournaments with winners that include Sir Nick Faldo, Bernard Gallagher and Sir Michael Bonallack, former Captain of the R & A, to name but a few. Today Moortown Golf Club prides itself on the warm welcome afforded to local, national and international visitors alike.