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42nd Curtis Cup matches 2022: Rosters, the Course, Schedule, Where to Watch, and Team



42nd Curtis Cup matches 2022

The 42nd Curtis Cup matches will happen June 10-12, at Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, Pennsylvania. The Curtis Cup is a biennial event that is challenged by female amateur golfers contending as two teams: one for the United States and one for Great Britain and Ireland. There are eight players and a captain on each team.

Continue to read for details on the course, history, format, TV schedule, and rosters.

42nd Curtis Cup Matches: The course

Merion will play at roughly 6,130 yards and to a standard of 70, with the specific length of the course changing because of arrangement and conditions.

The course is rated as a 77.2 and its incline rating is 152.

Merion holds the record for the most USGA championships hosted by a club (19). The 2022 Curtis Cup will be the third lead in the state of Pennsylvania. Merion recently hosted the match in 1954.

Curtis Cup Matches: History

Authoritatively named “The Women’s International Cup,” the prize for the Curtis Cup was formally introduced in 1932 by Harriot and Margaret Curtis, sisters who won the U.S. Women’s Amateur four times between them. The cup, a silver bowl of Paul Revere configuration, is recorded: “To stimulate friendly rivalry among the women golfers of many lands.”The cup was first introduced in 1927 to give momentum to the competition, yet play didn’t start until 1932, to a great extent due to monetary reasons.

In the latest edition of the competition, in 2021, the U.S. mobilized from a three-direct shortage after Day 1 toward rout Great Britain and Ireland, 12 1/2 – 7 1/2, at Conwy Golf Club in Wales. The Americans held the cup following their prevailing 17-3 execution in 2018 at Quaker Ridge. The biennial competition was delayed one year because of COVID-19 and is in the groove again for even-numbered years. World No. 1 Rose Zhang led the U.S. with a 4-0-1 imprint in Wales.

42nd Curtis Cup Matches: Schedule

On Friday, June 10, and Saturday, June 11, there will be three-morning fourball matches and three evening foursomes (alternating shot) matches. On Sunday, June 12, there will be eight singles matches. All matches will be 18 holes.

The match will be broadcast as follows (ET):

Thursday, June 9Golf Channel6:05-7 p.m.
Friday, June 10Golf Channel9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Friday, June 10Peacock2-5 p.m.
Saturday, June 11Peacock10-11 a.m.
Saturday, June 11Golf Channel11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Saturday, June 11Peacock4-5 p.m.
Saturday, June 11Golf Channel5-7 p.m.
Sunday, June 12Peacock2-5 p.m.
Sunday, June 12Golf Channel5-7 p.m.

Team USA

  1. Amari Avery, Current Women’s World Amateur Golf Ranking: 24
  2. Jensen Castle, Current WWAGR: 64
  3. Megha Ganne, Current WWAGR: 18
  4. Rachel Heck, Current WWAGR: 3
  5. Rachel Kuehn, Current WWAGR: 8
  6. Emilia Migliaccio, Current WWAGR: 18
  7. Latanna Stone, Current WWAGR: 35
  8. Rose Zhang, Current WWAGR: 1

Team GB&I

  1. Hannah Darling, Current WWAGR: 10
  2. Louise Duncan, Current WWAGR: 62
  3. Annabell Fuller, Current WWAGR: 41
  4. Charlotte Heath, Current WWAGR: 51
  5. Caley McGinty, Current WWAGR: 11
  6. Emily Price, Current WWAGR: NR
  7. Lauren Walsh, Current WWAGR: 27
  8. Amelia Williamson, Current WWAGR: 53
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