The Boys’ Home Internationals are contested by England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Each match consists of five foursomes and ten singles all played over 18 holes.
In 2021 a combined Boys’ and Girls’ Home Internationals tournament was staged. Each team playing 7 foursomes and 14 singles in each match.
One point is awarded for an International Match win and half point to each country for a tie.
The R&A Trophy is awarded to the Country which gains the most points over the three day series. In the event of a tie in the team positions the team with the highest number of individual points shall take precedence.
|2021||Woodhall Spa – Mixed||England|
|2020||Cancelled – COVID19|
|2017||St. Annes Old Links||England||England|
|2016||Ballyliffen – Glashedy Links||Ireland||England|
|2011||Royal St. David’s||Wales||England|
|2008||Royal County Down||Ireland||Ireland|
|2005||Woodhall Spa – Hotchkin||England||England|
|2003||Royal St. David’s||Wales||England|
|2002||Blairgowrie – Lansdowne||Scotland||England|
|1998||St Andrews – Jubilee||Scotland||England|
|1997||Royal North Devon||England||Ireland|
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