European Girls' Team Championship

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The European Girls' Team Championship is a European amateur team golf championship for women under 18 organised by the European Golf Association. The inaugural event was held in 1991. It was played in odd-numbered years from 1991 to 1999 and has been played annually since 1999.[1]

The championship is a counting event for Junior Solheim Cup qualification.[2]


Year Venue Location Winners Runners-up
2020 Green Resort Hrubá Borša Slovakia  Germany  Sweden
2019 Parador de El Saler Spain  Denmark  Spain
2018 Forsgårdens GK Sweden  Italy  Spain
2017 St Laurence Golf Finland  Sweden  Italy
2016 Oslo GC Norway  Italy  Sweden
2015 Golf Resort Kaskada Czech Republic  Spain  Italy
2014 Golf Resort Skalica Slovakia  France  Italy
2013 Linköpings GC Sweden  Sweden  France
2012 GC St. Leon-Rot Germany  Sweden  Spain
2011 Is Molas Italy  France  England
2010 Aalborg GC Denmark  France  Ireland
2009 Kokkola GC Finland  Ireland  Sweden
2008 Murcar GC Scotland  Sweden  England
2007 Oslo GC Norway  Sweden  Netherlands
2006 Esbjerg GC Denmark  Germany  Spain
2005 Lucerne GC Switzerland  England  Sweden
2004 Golf National France  Sweden  France
2003 Esbjerg GC Denmark  Spain  Sweden
2002 Torino GC Italy  Spain  Sweden
2001 Oporto GC Portugal  Spain  Sweden
2000 Stockholm GC Sweden  Sweden   Switzerland
1999 Katinkulta GC Finland  Germany  Italy
1997 Frankfurter GC Germany  Spain  Germany
1995 GC Grand-Ducal Luxembourg  Sweden  Italy
1993 Malaga GC Spain  Spain  France
1991 Hulta GC Sweden  Spain  Sweden

Results summary[edit]

Country Winner Runner-up
 Sweden 8 7
 Spain 7 4
 France 3 3
 Italy 2 5
 Germany 2 1
 England 1 2
 Ireland 1 1
 Denmark 1 0
 Netherlands 0 1
  Switzerland 0 1
Total 25 25


See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Emma Brown returns from retirement for European Women's Team Championship". The Telegraph. Retrieved 24 February 2020.
  2. ^ "Big win for Babnik in Junior Solheim Cup qualifying". Ladies European Tour. Retrieved 24 February 2020.
  3. ^ "European Girls' Team Championship – European Golf Association". Retrieved 18 December 2017.

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