Women's PGA Cup

Women's PGA Cup

The inaugural Women’s PGA Cup – a first-of-its-kind team competition for women PGA Members from around the world - took place in October 2019, at Omni Barton Creek Resort & Spa, in Austin, Texas.

Championship Information

Each team will comprise five players who are PGA Members and must be working actively in the golfing industry. Countries also have to nominate a captain, who can be involved in a playing or non-playing capacity.

The GB&I Women’s PGA Cup Team is determined on placings at the Women’s PGA Professional Championships. Points are allocated to the leading ten players in the Championship each year with the top four players earning their place on the team. The other player is decided through a 'captain's pick.'

 

Eligibility Criteria

Teams are six players per side. Find out how you can be part of the team.

How to Qualify

Latest Rankings

See who's leading the race to be part of the Women's PGA Cup team.

Latest Rankings

Match Information

All the details about the 2019 match including results and a course guide.

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Venue

The 2019 Women's PGA was staged at Omni Barton Creek Resort & Spa.

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About the Championship

About the Championship

The inaugural Women’s PGA Cup took place at Barton Creek Resort in Austin, Texas from October 24-26, 2019.

In addition to the host country America and Great Britain and Ireland, teams from Australia, Canada, and Sweden are due to take part in the tournament in Austin, Texas, from October 24 – 26.

The 54-hole competition, the first international event for women PGA Professionals, saw America come out on top as they dug deep to hold off Canada and capture a sparkling silver trophy by four strokes.

Great Britain & Ireland finished third on 698 points, followed by Australia (715) and Sweden (725).

 

2019 Great Britain & Ireland team

Tracy Loveys Captained Great Britain & Ireland's five-strong team at the first ever Women's PGA Cup in America.

Loveys, the head PGA Professional at Bigbury Golf Club in Devon, was a non-playing captain. Her 2019 line-up comprised of Scotland’s Heather MacRae, Hazel Kavanagh of Ireland, and three players from England – Suzanne Dickens, Ali Gray and Maria Tulley.

Suzanne Dickens

Alison Gray

Hazel Kavanagh

Heather MacRae

Maria Tulley

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