Eisenhower Trophy

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The Eisenhower Trophy is a biennial world amateur team golf championship for men organized by the International Golf Federation. It is named for Dwight D. Eisenhower, the President of the United States when the tournament was first played, who was a keen amateur golfer. Recent tournaments have featured teams from more than sixty countries. The equivalent competition for women is the Espirito Santo Trophy.

Results[edit]

Year Venue Location Winners Runners-up Individual winner
2014 Karuizawa 72 East Golf Club Karuizawa, Japan  United States
Bryson DeChambeau
Beau Hossler
Denny McCarthy
 Canada
Corey Conners
Taylor Pendrith
Adam Svensson
Spain Jon Rahm
2012 Antalya Golf Club (PGA Sultan Course)
Cornelia Golf Club
Antalya, Turkey  United States
Steven Fox
Justin Thomas
Chris Williams
 Mexico
Rodolfo Cazaubon
Carlos Ortiz
Sebastian Vazquez
Mexico Sebastian Vazquez
2010 Buenos Aires Golf Club
Olivos Golf Club
Buenos Aires, Argentina  France
Alexander Levy
Johann Lopez-Lazaro
Romain Wattel
 Denmark
Lucas Bjerregaard
JB Hansen
Morten Ørum Madsen
Denmark JB Hansen
2008 Royal Adelaide Golf Club
The Grange Golf Club
Adelaide, Australia  Scotland
Wallace Booth
Gavin Dear
Callum Macaulay
 United States
Rickie Fowler
Billy Horschel
Jamie Lovemark
United States Rickie Fowler
2006 De Zalze Golf Club
Stellenbosch Golf Club
Cape Town, South Africa  Netherlands
Wil Besseling
Joost Luiten
Tim Sluiter
 Canada
James Love
Andrew Parr
Richard Scott
Netherlands Wil Besseling
2004 Westin Rio Mar Resort & Country Club Río Grande, Puerto Rico  United States
Spencer Levin
Ryan Moore
Lee Williams
 Spain
Rafael Cabrera-Bello
Alfredo Garcia
Álvaro Quirós
United States Ryan Moore
2002 Saujana Golf & Country Club Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia  United States
Ricky Barnes
Hunter Mahan
D. J. Trahan
 France
Grégory Bourdy
Eric Chaudouet
Raphael Pellicioli
Australia Marcus Fraser
2000 Sporting Club Berlin Bad Saarow, Germany  United States
Ben Curtis
David Eger
Bryce Molder
Jeff Quinney
United Kingdom Great Britain &
Republic of Ireland Ireland
Paul Casey
Luke Donald
Jamie Donaldson
Steven O'Hara
United States Bryce Molder
1998 Club de Golf Los Leones
Club de Golf La Dehesa
Santiago, Chile United Kingdom Great Britain &
Republic of Ireland Ireland
Luke Donald
Paddy Gribben
Lorne Kelly
Gary Wolstenholme
 Australia
Aaron Baddeley
Kim Felton
Brendan Jones
Brett Rumford
Australia Kim Felton
1996 Manila Southwoods Golf & Country Club Manila, Philippines  Australia
Jamie Crow
David Gleeson
Jarrod Moseley
Brett Partridge
 Sweden
Martin Erlandsson
Chris Hanell
Leif Westerberg
Daniel Olsson
Finland Kalle Aitala
1994 The National Golf Club
La Boulie Golf Club
Versailles, France  United States
Todd Demsey
Allen Doyle
John Harris
Tiger Woods
United Kingdom Great Britain &
Republic of Ireland Ireland
Warren Bennett
Stephen Gallacher
Lee S. James
Gordon Sherry
United States Allen Doyle
1992 Capilano Golf & Country Club
Marine Drive Golf Club
Vancouver, Canada  New Zealand
Michael Campbell
Grant Moorhead
Phil Tataurangi
Stephen Scahill
 United States
Allen Doyle
David Duval
Justin Leonard
Jay Sigel
New Zealand Phil Tataurangi
1990 Christchurch Golf Club Christchurch, New Zealand  Sweden
Klas Eriksson
Mathias Grönberg
Gabriel Hjertstedt
Per Nyman
 New Zealand
Steven Alker
Michael Long
Grant Moorhead
Brent Paterson

 United States
Allen Doyle
David Duval
David Eger
Phil Mickelson
Sweden Mathias Grönberg
1988 Ullna Golf Club Stockholm, Sweden United Kingdom Great Britain &
Republic of Ireland Ireland
Peter McEvoy
Garth McGimpsey
Jim Milligan
Eoghan O'Connell
 United States
Kevin Johnson
Eric Meeks
Jay Sigel
Danny Yates
United Kingdom Republic of Ireland Peter McEvoy
1986 Lagunita Country Club Caracas, Venezuela  Canada
Mark Brewer
Brent Franklin
Jack Kay, Jr.
Warren Sye
 United States
Buddy Alexander
Billy Andrade
Bob Lewis
Jay Sigel
Colombia Eduardo Herrera
1984 Royal Hong Kong Golf Club Fanling, Hong Kong  Japan
Kazuhiko Kato
Noriaki Kimura
Kiyotaka Oie
Tetsuo Sakata
 United States
John Inman
Jay Sigel
Randy Sonnier
Scott Verplank
Argentina Luis Carbonetti
Japan Tetsuo Sakata
1982 Golf Club de Lausanne Lausanne, Switzerland  United States
Nathaniel Crosby
Jim Holtgrieve
Bob Lewis
Jay Sigel
 Japan
Kazuhiko Kato
Masayuki Naito
Kiyotaka Oie
Tetsuo Sakata

 Sweden
Per Andersson
Krister Kinell
Magnus Persson
Ove Spellberg
Argentina Luis Carbonetti
1980 Pinehurst Resort Pinehurst, North Carolina, U.S.  United States
Jim Holtgrieve
Jay Sigel
Hal Sutton
Bob Tway
 South Africa
E. Groenewald
Duncan Lindsay Smith
Wayne Player
David Suddards
United States Hal Sutton
1978 Pacific Harbour Golf & Country Club Suva, Viti Levu, Fiji  United States
Bobby Clampett
John Cook
Scott Hoch
Jay Sigel
 Canada
Gary Cowan
David Mick
Doug Roxburgh
Yves Tremblay
United States Bobby Clampett
1976 Penina Golf Club Portimão, Algarve, Portugal United Kingdom Great Britain &
Republic of Ireland Ireland
John Davies
Ian Hutcheon
M. J. Kelly
Steve Martin
 Japan
Ginjiro Nakabe
Micho Mori
Tetsuo Sakata
Masahiro Kuramoto
Taiwan Tze-Ming Chen
United Kingdom Republic of Ireland Ian Hutcheon
1974 Casa de Campo La Romana, Dominican Republic  United States
George Burns
Gary Koch
Jerry Pate
Curtis Strange
 Japan
Ginjiro Nakabe
Tsutomu Irie
Tetsuo Sakata
Satoshi Yamazaki
United States Jerry Pate
1972 Olivos Gulf Club Buenos Aires, Argentina  United States
Ben Crenshaw
Vinny Giles
Mark Hayes
Martin West III
 Australia
Mike Cahill
Terry Gale
Anthony Gresham
Noel Ratcliffe
Australia Anthony Gresham
1970 Real Club de la Puerta de Hierro Madrid, Spain  United States
Vinny Giles
Tom Kite
Allen Miller
Lanny Wadkins
 New Zealand
Geoffray E. Clarke
Stuart Jones
Edward John McDougall
Ross Murray
Mexico Victor Regalado
1968 Royal Melbourne Golf Club Melbourne, Australia  United States
Bruce Fleisher
Vinny Giles
Jack Lewis, Jr.
Dick Siderowf
United Kingdom Great Britain &
Republic of Ireland Ireland
Michael Bonallack
Gordon Cosh
Peter Oosterhuis
Ronnie Shade
United Kingdom Republic of Ireland Michael Bonallack
United States Vinny Giles
1966 Mexico Golf Club Mexico City, Mexico  Australia
Harry Berwick
Phil Billings
Kevin Donohoe
Kevin Hartley
 United States
Deane Beman
Ron Cerrudo
Downing Gray
Bob Murphy
United Kingdom Republic of Ireland Ronnie Shade
1964 Olgiata Golf Club Rome, Italy United Kingdom Great Britain &
Republic of Ireland Ireland
Michael Bonallack
Rodney Foster
Michael Lunt
Ronnie Shade
 Canada
Gary Cowan
Keith Alexander
Douglas Silverberg
Nick Weslock
Taiwan Hsieh Min-Nan
1962 Kawana Resort Itō, Shizuoka, Japan  United States
Deane Beman
Labron Harris, Jr.
Billy Joe Patton
R. H. Sikes
 Canada
Gary Cowan
William Wakeham
Nick Weslock
Robert Wylie
Canada Gary Cowan
1960 Merion Golf Club Ardmore, Pennsylvania, U.S.  United States
Deane Beman
Robert R. Gardner
Bill Hyndman
Jack Nicklaus
 Australia
Ted Ball
Jack Coogan
Bruce Devlin
Eric G. Routley
United States Jack Nicklaus
1958 Old Course at St Andrews St Andrews, Fife, Scotland  Australia
Douglas Bachli
Bruce Devlin
Robert F. Stevens
Peter Toogood
 United States
Charles Coe
Bill Hyndman
Billy Joe Patton
Frank Taylor, Jr.
Australia Bruce Devlin
United States Bill Hyndman
United Kingdom Republic of Ireland Reid Jack

Players who have featured in a winning Eisenhower Trophy team and later become leading professional golfers include: Jack Nicklaus, Rory McIlroy, Bruce Fleisher, Tom Kite, Lanny Wadkins, Ben Crenshaw, Curtis Strange, Scott Hoch, Hal Sutton, Michael Campbell, Tiger Woods, Ben Curtis and Luke Donald.

Results summary[edit]

Country Win 2nd 3rd Total
 United States 15 8 2 25
United Kingdom Great Britain &
Republic of Ireland Ireland
4 3 4 11
 Australia 3 3 6 12
 Canada 1 5 1 7
 Japan 1 3 4
 Sweden 1 2 3 6
 New Zealand 1 2 1 4
 France 1 1 2 4
 Netherlands 1 1
 Scotland 1 1
 South Africa 1 2 3
 Spain 1 2 3
 Denmark 1 1
 Mexico 1 1
 Chinese Taipei 3 3
 Philippines 2 2
 Brazil 1 1
 Germany 1 1
 South Korea 1 1
Totals 29 31 31 91

The "Great Britain & Ireland" team represents the two separate independent countries of the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. This is the designation of the team which plays the United States in the Walker Cup. This team last competed as a combined team in 2000 and now competes as England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland (combined Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland team).

Source:[1]

Future sites[edit]

  • 2016 Mexico
  • 2018 Ireland

References[edit]

  1. ^ "World Amateur Team Championships – Men's Records". International Golf Federation. Retrieved 3 September 2014. 

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