2000 Palmer Cup
|Dates||15–16 August 2000|
|Venue||Royal Liverpool Golf Club|
|Great Britain and Ireland wins the Palmer Cup|
The 2000 Palmer Cup was held on 15–16 August 2000 at Royal Liverpool Golf Club in Hoylake, England. Great Britain and Ireland won 12½–11½. At the final hole of the final match, Philip Rowe holed a 20-foot putt for a birdie, to halve his match and win the Palmer Cup.
On Tuesday, there were four matches of four-ball in the morning, followed by four foursomes matches in the afternoon. Eight singles matches were played on the Wednesday morning with a further eight more in the afternoon.. In all, 24 matches were played.
Each of the 24 matches was worth one point in the larger team competition. If a match was all square after the 18th hole, each side earned half a point toward their team total. The team that accumulated at least 12½ points won the competition.
Eight college golfers from the Great Britain and Ireland and the United States participated in the event.
|Great Britain & Ireland|
|Jamie Elson||England||Augusta State|
|Max Harris||England||North Carolina|
|Joel Hendry||Scotland||New Mexico|
|Graeme McDowell||Northern Ireland||Alabama at Birmingham|
|Jeff Klauk||Florida Southern|
|Andy Miller||Brigham Young|
|Chris Wisler||East Tennessee State|
|Elson/Harris||3 & 2||Cassini/Sanders|
|Booker/Hendry||5 & 3||Glover/Miller|
|Elson/Harris||5 & 3||Miller/Sanders|
|Booker/Hendry||5 & 4||Byrd/Cassini|
|Rowe/Sullivan||3 & 1||Glover/Klauk|
- "2000 results". Arnold Palmer Cup. Retrieved September 20, 2016.