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Tournament results: Curtis Cup

Results for the Curtis Cup are shown in the table below, which includes details of the respective winners, their scores and prize money, relevant venues and title sponsors.
2022
Team Events
n/a
R&A / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

Venue

Merion

Score

Prize money

n/a

Title sponsor

R&A / USGA

The Curtis Cup (42nd). [East Course, Merion GC, Ardmore, nr Philadelphia, PA].

2021
Team Events
(USA)
Aug 26-28
n/a
R&A / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

(USA)

Score

Aug 26-28

Prize money

n/a

Title sponsor

R&A / USGA

The Curtis Cup (41st) (Aug 26-28; postponed from Jun 12-14, 2020 due to world coronavirus pandemic). [Conwy (Caernarvonshire) GC, Conwy, N Wales].

2020
Team Events
(postponed)
x
x
R&A / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

(postponed)

Score

x

Prize money

x

Title sponsor

R&A / USGA

The Curtis Cup not played in 2020 (scheduled for Jun 12-14, 2020; postponed until Aug 26-28, 2021 due to world coronavirus pandemic). [Conwy (Caernarvonshire) GC, Conwy, N Wales].

2018
Team Events
USA
17 - 3
n/a
R&A / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

17 - 3

Prize money

n/a

Title sponsor

R&A / USGA

The Curtis Cup (40th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes, 2x three four-balls and eight singles. Result: USA 17, GB&I 3. Non-playing captains: Derby Grimes (USA); Elaine Farquharson-Black (Scot/GB&I).
SUNDAY SINGLES (eight 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Sophie Schubert bt Olivia Mehaffey (N.Ire) 2&1; Lilia Vu bt Sophie Lamb (Eng) 2 up; Jennifer Kupcho bt Lily May Humphreys (Eng) 2&1; Andrea Lee bt Alice Hewson (Eng) 2&1; Lauren Stephenson bt Shannon McWilliam (Scot) 2&1; Kristen Gillman bt Annabell Fuller (Eng) 5&4; Lucy Li bt India Clyburn (Eng) 5&4; Mariel Galdiano bt Paula Grant (N.Ire) 1 up. [Quaker Ridge GC, Scarsdale, nr New York City, NY].

2016
Team Events
GB&I
11.5 - 8.5
n/a
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

GB&I

Score

11.5 - 8.5

Prize money

n/a

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (39th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes, 2x three fourballs and eight singles. Result: GB&I 11.5, USA 8.5. Non-playing captains: Elaine Farquharson-Black (Scot/GB&I); Robin Burke (USA). [Dun Laoghaire GC, nr Dublin, Ireland].
SUNDAY SINGLES (eight 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Olivia Mehaffey (N.Ire) halved with Hannah O'Sullivan; Charlotte Thomas (Eng) lost to Bailey Tardy 4&3; Leona Maguire (Ire) bt Sierra Brooks 3&2; Rochelle Morris (Eng) lost to Monica Vaughn 4&3; Alice Hewson (Eng) lost to Andrea Lee 2&1; Bronte Law (Eng) bt Mika Liu 2 holes; Meghan MacLaren (Eng) bt Bethany Wu 2&1; Maria Dunne (Ire) lost to Mariel Galdiano 2&1.
Bronte Law became only the second player after Stacy Lewis (2008) to win all five of her matches in a Curtis Cup match.

2014
Team Events
USA
13 - 7
n/a
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

13 - 7

Prize money

n/a

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (38th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes, 2x three fourballs and eight singles. Result: USA 13, GB&I 7. Non-playing captains: Ellen Port (USA); Tegwen Matthews (Wales/GB&I). [St Louis CC, Clayton, Missouri].
SUNDAY SINGLES (eight 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Emma Talley bt Bronte Law (Eng) 4&3; Ally McDonald bt Annabel Dimmock (Eng) 4&3; Kyung Kim lost to Georgia Hall (Eng) 3&2; Ashlan Ramsey lost to Gemma Dryburgh (Scot) 1 hole; Erynne Lee lost to Charlotte Thomas (Eng) 2 holes; Mariah Stackhouse halved with Eilidh Briggs (Scot); Annie Park bt Gabriella Cowley (Eng) 5&4; Alison Lee lost to Stephanie Meadow (N.Ire) 2&1.

2012
Team Events
GB&I
10.5 - 9.5
n/a
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

GB&I

Venue

Nairn

Score

10.5 - 9.5

Prize money

n/a

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (37th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes, 2x three fourballs and eight singles. Result: GB&I 10.5, USA 9.5. Non-playing captains: Tegwen Matthews (Wales/GB&I); Pat Cornett (USA). [Nairn GC, Nairnshire, Scotland].
SUNDAY SINGLES (eight 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Kelly Tidy (Eng) bt Austin Ernst 2&1; Amy Boulden (Wales) bt Emily Tubert 3&1; Holly Clyburn (Eng) bt Erica Popson 3&2; Pamela Pretswell (Scot) lost to Lisa McCloskey 4&3; Bronte Law (Eng) lost to Tiffany Lua 2 holes; Charley Hull (Eng) bt Lindy Duncan 5&3; Stephanie Meadow (N.Ire) bt Amy Anderson 4&2; Leona Maguire (Ire) lost to Brooke Pancake 6&5.

2010
Team Events
USA
12.5 - 7.5
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

12.5 - 7.5

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (36th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes, 2x three fourballs and eight singles. Result: USA 12.5, GB&I 7.5. Non-playing captains: Noreen Mohler (USA); Mary McKenna (Ire/GB&I). [Essex County Club, Manchester, Massachusetts].
SUNDAY SINGLES (eight 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Jennifer Song lost to Danielle McVeigh (N.Ire) 3&2; Alexis "Lexi" Thompson bt Sally Watson (Scot) 6&5; Jennifer Johnson bt Rachel Jennings (Eng) 5&4; Kimberley Kim lost to Lisa Maguire (Ire) 1 hole; Cydney Clanton bt Hannah Barwood (Eng) 4&3; Tiffany Lua lost to Leona Maguire (Ire) 2&1; Jessica Korda bt Pamela Pretswell (Scot) 4&3; Stephanie Kono lost to Holly Clyburn (Eng) 2&1.
NOTE: 15-year-old win sisters Leona and Lisa Maguire became the youngest players ever to represent GB&I in the Curtis Cup. The youngest-ever player to compete for either side was 14-year-old Michelle Wie in 2004.
Within four years of this Curtis Cup, Lexi Thompson would go on to win her first major championship (2014 Kraft Nabisco Championship).

2008
Team Events
USA
13 - 7
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

13 - 7

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (35th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes, 2x three fourballs and eight singles. Result: USA 13, GB&I 7. Non-playing captains: Carol Semple Thompson (USA); Mary McKenna (Ire/GB&I). [The Old Course, St Andrews, Fife].
SUNDAY SINGLES (eight 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Breanne Loucks (Wales) lost to Kimberly Kim 3&1; Jodi Ewart (Eng) lost to Amanda Blumenherst 2&1; Elizabeth "Liz" Bennett (Eng) lost to Stacy Lewis 3&2; Carly Booth (Scot) lost to Tiffany Joh 6&5; Michele Thomson (Scot) halved with Jennie Lee; Florentyna Parker (Eng) bt Meghan Bolger 6&4; Krystle Caithness (Scot) bt Mina Harigae 2&1; Sally Watson (Scot) lost to Alison Walshe 1 hole.
NOTE: A new three-day format rather than two-day, introduced fourball play for the first time. This gave Stacy Lewis the opportunity to become the first player to win five matches in the same Curtis Cup match.

2006
Team Events
USA
11.5 - 6.5
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

11.5 - 6.5

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (34th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes and 2x six singles. Result: USA 11.5, GB&I 6.5. Non-playing captains: Carol Semple Thompson (USA); Ada O'Sullivan (Ire/GB&I). [Pacific Dunes course, Bandon Dunes, Oregon].
SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Jenny Suh lost to Kiran Mathuru (Eng) 2&1; Jennie Lee bt Martina Gillen (Ire) 4&3; Amanda Blumenherst lost to Breanne Loucks (Wales) 5&4; Paige Mackenzie bt Melissa Reid (Eng) 5&4; Jane Park bt Tara Delaney (Ire) 3&2; Taylor Leon bt Claire Coughlan (Ire) 5&4.
SUNDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches): Virginia Grimes lost to Gillen 3&2; Amanda McCurdy lost to Loucks 3&2; Mackenzie bt Tricia Mangan (Ire) 1 hole; Leon bt Naomi Edwards (Eng) 5&4; Lee bt Reid 3&2; Park bt Delaney 3&2.

2004
Team Events
USA
10 - 8
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Venue

Formby

Score

10 - 8

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (33rd). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes and 2x six singles. Result: USA 10, GB&I 8. Non-playing captains: Ada O'Sullivan (Ire/GB&I); Martha Kirouac (USA). [Formby GC, Formby, Merseyside].
SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Emma Duggelby (Eng) bt Liz Janangelo 3&2; Danielle Masters lost to Erica Blasberg (Eng) 1 hole; Fame More (Eng) lost to Paula Creamer 5&3; Anna Highgate (Wales) lost to Michelle Wie 5&4; Shelley McKevitt (Eng) lost to Jane Park 4&3; Anne Laing (Scot) lost to Annie Thurman 4&3.
SUNDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches): Duggelby lost to Creamer 3&2; Laing bt Park 3&1; McKevitt lost to Janangelo 1 hole; Nicola Timmins (Eng) lost to Wie 6&5; Claire Coughlan (Ire) bt Brittany Lang 2 holes; Masters lost to Thurman 1 hole.
Sarah Huarte (USA) did not play in the singles.
NOTE: This was the fourth successive Curtis Cup win for the USA. Playing for the USA was the youngest ever Curtis Cup player, 14-year-old Michelle Wie, who comfortably won both her singles matches.

2002
Team Events
USA
Fox Chapel
11 - 7
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Venue

Fox Chapel

Score

11 - 7

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (32nd). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes and 2x six singles. Result: USA 11, GB&I 7. Non-playing captains: Mary Budke (USA); Pam Benka (Eng/GB&I). [Fox Chapel GC, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania].
SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Emily Bastel lost to Rebecca Hudson (Eng) 2 holes; Leigh Anne Hardin bt Emma Duggelby (Eng) 2&1; Meredith Duncan bt Fame More (Eng) 5&4; Angela Jerman bt Sarah Jones (Wales) 6&5; Courtney Swaim bt Heather Stirling (Scot) 4&2; Mollie Fankhauser lost to Vikki Laing (Scot) 1 hole.
SUNDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches): Fankhauser bt Hudson 3&1; Carol Semple Thompson bt Laing 1 hole; Hardin lost to Duggelby 4&3; Laura Myerscough bt Stirling 2 holes; Duncan bt Alison Coffey (N.Ire) 3&1; Swaim lost to Jones 5&3.
Kerry Smith (Eng) did not play in the singles.
NOTE: This was the last of 53-year-old Carol Semple Thompson's 12 playing appearances in the Curtis Cup. In a total of 33 matches played, she won 16, lost 13 and halved four. Semple Thompson also led victorious USA teams in 2006 and 2008 as non-playing captain.

2000
Team Events
USA
10 - 8
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Venue

Ganton

Score

10 - 8

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (31st). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes and 2x six singles. Result: USA 10, GB&I 8. Non-playing captains: Jane Bastanchury Booth (USA); Claire Dowling (Ire/GB&I; née Hourihane). [Ganton GC, nr Scarborough, North Yorkshire].
SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Kim Andrew (Eng, née Rostron) lost to Beth Bauer 3&2; Rebecca Hudson (Eng) lost to Stephanie Keever 4&2; Fiona Brown (Eng) lost to Robin Weiss 1 hole; Lesley Nicholson (Scot) halved with Angela Stanford; Suzie O'Brien (Ire) bt Leland Beckel 3&1; Emma Duggelby (Eng) lost to Hilary Homeyer 1 hole.
SUNDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches): Hudson lost to Bauer 1 hole; O'Brien bt Weiss 3&2; Duggelby bt Keever 4&2; Rebecca "Becky" Brewerton (Wales) lost to Homeyer 3&2; Rebecca "Becky" Morgan (Wales) bt Stanford 5&4; Andrew bt Virgina Derby Grimes 6&5.
Carol Semple Thompson (USA) did not play in the singles.

1998
Team Events
USA
Minikahda Club
10 - 8
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Venue

Minikahda Club

Score

10 - 8

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (30th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes and 2x six singles. Result: USA 10, GB&I 8. Non-playing captains: Barbara McIntire (USA); Ita Burke Butler (Ire/GB&I). [Minikahda Club, Minneapolis, Minnesota].
SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Kellee Booth bt Kim Rostron (Eng) 2&1; Brenda Corrie Kuehn bt Alison Rose (Scot) 3&2; Jenny Chuasiriporn halved with Rebecca Hudson (Eng); Beth Bauer bt Hilary Monaghan (Scot) 5&3; Jo Jo Robertson lost to Rebecca "Becky" Morgan (Wales) 2&1; Carol Semple Thompson lost to Elaine Ratcliffe (Eng) 3&2.
SUNDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches): Booth bt Rostron 2&1; Kuehn bt Morgan 2&1; Thompson lost to Karen Stupples (Eng) 1 hole; Robin Burke lost to Hudson 2&1; Robertson lost to Fiona Brown (Eng) 1 hole; Virginia Derby Grimes halved with Ratcliffe.

1996
Team Events
GB&I
11.6 - 6.5
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

GB&I

Score

11.6 - 6.5

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (29th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes and 2x six singles. Result: GB&I 11.5, USA 6.5. Non-playing captains: Ita Butler (Ire/GB&I); Martha Lang (USA). [Killeen course, Killarney G&FC, Co. Kerry].
FRIDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Julie Hall (Eng, née Wade) lost to Sarah LeBrun Ingram 4&2; Karen Stupples (Eng) bt Kellee Booth 3&2; Alison Rose (Scot) bt Brenda Corrie Kuehn 5&4; Elaine Ratcliffe (Eng) halved with Marla Jemsek; Mhairi McKay (Scot) bt Cristie Kerr 1 hole; Janice Moodie (Scot) bt Carol Semple Thompson 3&1.
SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches): Wade lost to Kerr 1 hole; Ratcliffe bt Ingram 3&1; Stupples lost to Booth 3&2; Rose bt Ellen Port 6&5; McKay halved with Thompson; Moodie bt Kelli Kuehne 2&1.
Lisa Educate (Eng, née Walton) and Lisa Dermott (Wales) did not play in the singles.

1994
Team Events
Tied
9 - 9
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

Tied

Score

9 - 9

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (28th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes and 2x six singles. Result: GB&I 9, USA 9. Non-playing captains: Elizabeth Boatman (Eng/GB&I); Lancy Smith (USA). [Honors Course, Ooltewah, Chattanooga, Tennessee].
SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Jill McGill halved with Julie Hall (Eng, née Wade); Emilee Klein bt Janice Moodie (Scot) 3&2; Wendy Ward lost to Lisa Walton (Eng) 1 hole; Carol Semple Thompson bt Myra McKinlay (Scot) 2&1; Ellen Port bt Mhairi McKay (Scot) 2&1; Stephanie Sparks lost to Catriona Lambert Matthew (Scot) 1 hole.
SUNDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches): McGill bt Wade 4&3; Klein lost to Matthew 2&1; Port bt McKay 7&5; Wendy Kaupp lost to McKinlay 3&2; Ward bt Walton 4&3; Thompson lost to Moodie 2 holes.
Sarah LeBrun Ingram (USA), Kirsty Speak (Eng) and Eileen Rose Power (Ire) did not play in the singles.

1992
Team Events
GB&I
10 - 8
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

GB&I

Score

10 - 8

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (27th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes and 2x six singles. Result: GB&I 10, USA 8. Non-playing captains: Elizabeth Boatman (Eng/GB&I); Judy Oliver (USA). [Royal Liverpool GC, Hoylake, Wirral, Merseyside].
FRIDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Joanne Morley (Eng) halved with Amy Fruhwirth; Julie Hall (Eng, née Wade) lost to Vicki Goetz 3&2; Elaine Farquharson (Scot) bt Robin Weiss 2&1; Nicola Buxton (Eng) lost to Martha Lang 2 holes; Catriona Lambert (Scot, later Matthew) bt Carol Semple Thompson 3&2; Caroline Hall (Eng) bt Leslie Shannon 6&5. SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches): Morley bt Fruhwirth 2&1; Lambert bt Tracy Hanson 6&5; Farquharson lost to Sarah LeBrun Ingram 2&1; Vicki Thomas (Wales) lost to Shannon 2&1; Claire Hourihane (Ire) lost to Lang 2&1; C. Hall bt Goetze 1 hole.
Caroline Hall and Julie Hall (née Wade) were not related.

1990
Team Events
USA
14 - 4
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

14 - 4

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (26th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes and 2x six singles. Result: USA 14, GB&I 4. Non-playing captains: Leslie Shannon (USA); Jill Thornhill (Eng/GB&I). [Somerset Hills CC, Bernardsville, nr Newark, New Jersey].
SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Vicki Goetz lost to Julie Hall (Eng, née Wade) 2&1; Katie Peterson bt Kathryn Imrie (Scot) 3&2; Brandie Burton bt Linzi Fletcher (Eng) 3&1; Robin Weiss bt Elaine Farquharson (Scot) 4&3; Karen Noble bt Catriona Lambert (Scot, later Matthew) 1 hole; Carol Semple Thompson lost to Vicki Thomas (Wales) 1 hole.
SUNDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches): Goetze bt Helen Dobson (Eng) 4&3; Burton bt Lambert 4&3; Peterson bt Imrie 1 hole; Noble bt Wade 2 holes; Weiss bt Farquharson 2&1; Thompson bt Thomas 3&1.
Anne Quast Sander (USA), Margaret Platt (USA) and Helen Wadsworth (Wales) did not play in the singles.
NOTE: This was the last of eight Curtis Cup playing appearances made by Anne Sander (née Quast, also Decker and Welts). In a total of 22 matches played, she won 11, lost seven and halved four.

1988
Team Events
GB&I
11 - 7
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

GB&I

Score

11 - 7

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (25th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes and 2x six singles. Result: USA 11, GB&I 7. Non-playing captains: Diane Bailey (Eng/GB&I); Judy Bell (USA). [Royal St George's GC, Sandwich, Kent].
FRIDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Linda Bayman (Eng) halved with Tracy Kerdyk; Julie Wade (Eng) bt Cindy Scholefield 2 holes; Susan Shapcott (Eng) lost to Carol Semple Thompson 1 hole; Karen Davies (Wales) lost to Pearl Sinn 4&3; Shirley Lawson (Scot) bt Pat Cornett-Iker 1 hole; Jill Thornhill (Eng) bt Leslie Shannon 3&2.
SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches): Wade lost to Kerdyk 2&1; Shapcott bt Caroline Keggi 3&2; Lawson lost to Kathleen McCarthy Scrivner 4&3; Vicki Thomas (Wales) bt Cornett-Iker 5&3; Bayman bt Sinn 1 hole; Thornhill lost to Thompson 3&2.
Claire Hourihane (Ire) did not play in any matches.

1986
Team Events
GB&I
13 - 5
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

GB&I

Score

13 - 5

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (24th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes and 2x six singles. Result: USA 13, GB&I 5. Captains: Diane Bailey (Eng/GB&I); Judy Bell (USA). [Prairie Dunes CC, Hutchinson, Kansas].
FRIDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Leslie Shannon lost to Trish Johnson (Eng) 1 hole; Kim Williams lost to Jill Thornhill (Eng) 4&3; Danielle Ammaccapane lost to Lillian Behan (Ire) 4&3; Kandi Kessler bt Vicki Thomas (Wales) 3&2; Dottie Pepper Mochrie halved with Karen Davies (Wales); Cindy Schreyer bt Claire Hourihane (Ire) 2&1.
SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches): Shannon halved with Thornhill; Kathleen McCarthy Scrivner lost to Johnson 5&3; Kim Gardner bt Behan; Williams lost to Thomas 4&3; Kessler halved with Davies; Schreyer lost to Hourihane 5&4.
Belle McCorkindale Robertson (Scot) and Mary McKenna (Ire) did not play in the singles.
NOTE: The first GB&I win for 30 years! It was also Mary McKenna's ninth and last Curtis Cup playing appearance. In a total of 30 matches played, she won 10, lost 16 and halved four. She was also the GB&I's non-playing captain in 2008 and 2010.
This match was also Belle McCorkindale Robertson's seventh and last Curtis Cup playing appearance. In a total of 24 matches played, she won five, lost 12 and halved seven. She was also the GB&I's non-playing captain in 1974 and 1976.

1984
Team Events
USA
9.5 - 8.5
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

9.5 - 8.5

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (23rd). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes and 2x six singles. Result: USA 9.5, GB&I 8.5. Non-playing captains: Phyllis Preuss (USA); Diane Bailey (Eng/GB&I). [Muirfield - The Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers, Gullane, East Lothian].
FRIDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Jill Thornhill (Eng) halved with Joanne Pacillo; Claire Waite (Eng) lost to Penny Hammell 4&2; Claire Hourihan (Ire) lost to Jody Rosenthal 3&1; Vicki Thomas (Wales) bt Dana Howe 2&1; Penny Grice (Eng) bt Anne Quast Sander 2 holes; Beverely New (Eng) lost to Mary Anne Widman 4&3.
SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches): Thornhill lost to Pacillo 3&2; Laura Davies (Eng) bt Sander 1 hole; Waite bt Lancy Smith 5&4; Grice lost to Howe 2 holes; New lost to Heather Farr 6&5; Hourihane bt Hammel 2&1.
Mary McKenna (Ire) did not play in the singles.

1982
Team Events
USA
Denver CC
14.5 - 3.5
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Venue

Denver CC

Score

14.5 - 3.5

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (22nd). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes and 2x six singles. Result: USA 14.5, GB&I 3.5. Non-playing captains: Betty Probasco (USA); Marie O'Donnell (Ire/GB&I). [Denver CC, Denver, Colorado].
THURSDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Amy Benz bt Mary McKenna (Ire) 2&1; Cathy Hanlon bt Jane Connachan (Scot) 5&4; Mari McDougall bt Wilma Aitken (Scot) 2 holes; Kathy Baker bt Belle McCorkindale Robertson (Scot) 7&6; Judy Oliver lost to Janet Soulsby (Eng) 2 holes; Juli Inkster bt Kitrina Douglas (Eng) 7&6.
FRIDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches): Inkster bt Douglas 7&6; Baker bt Gillian Stewart (Scot) 4&3; Oliver bt Vicki Thomas (Wales) 5&4; McDougall bt Soulsby 2&1; Carol Semple bt McKenna 1 hole; Lancy Smith lost to Robertson 5&4.

1980
Team Events
USA
13 - 5
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

13 - 5

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (21st). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes and 2x six singles. Result: USA 13, GB&I 5. Non-playing captains: Nancy Roth Syms (USA); Carol Comboy (Eng/GB&I). [Old course, St Pierre Hotel & CC, Chepstow, South Wales].
FRIDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Mary McKenna (Ire) lost to Patty Sheehan 3&2; Claire Nesbitt (N.Ire) halved with Lancy Smith; Jane Connachan (Scot) lost to Brenda Goldsmith 2 joles; Maureen Madill (N.Ire) lost to Carol Semple 4&3; Lynda Moore (Eng) halved with Mary Hafeman; Carole Caldwell (Eng) lost to Judy Oliver 1 hole.
SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches): Madill lost to Sheehan 5&4; McKenna lost to Lori Castillo 5&4; Connachan lost to Hafeman 6&5; Gillian Stewart (Scot) bt Smith 5&4; Moore bt Goldsmith 1 hole; Tegwen Perkins Thomas (Wales) lost to Semple 4&3.
Terri Moody (USA) did not play in the singles.

1978
Team Events
USA
Apawamis Club
12 - 6
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Venue

Apawamis Club

Score

12 - 6

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (20th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes and 2x six singles. Result: USA 12, GB&I 6. Non-playing captains: Helen Wilson (USA); Carol Comboy (Eng/GB&I). [The Apawamis Club, Rye, nr New York City, NY].
FRIDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Beth Daniel bt Vanessa Marvin (Eng) 5&4; Noreen Uihlein lost to Mary Everard (Eng) 7&6; Lancy Smith bt Angela Uzielli (Eng) 4&3; Cindy Hill bt Julia Greenhalgh (Eng) 2&1; Carolyn Hill halved with Carole Caldwell (Eng); Judy Oliver bt Tegwen Perkins (Wales) 2&1.
SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches): Daniel bt Mary McKenna (Ire) 2&1; Patricia Cornett bt Caldwell 3&2; Cindy Hill lost to Muriel Thomson (Scot) 2&1; Smith bt Perkins 2 holes; Oliver halved with Greenhalgh; Uihlein halved with Everard.
Brenda Goldsmith (USA) did not play in the singles.
NOTE: Cindy and Carolyn Hill were not related.

1976
Team Events
USA
11.5 - 6.5
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

11.5 - 6.5

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (19th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes and 2x six singles. Result: USA 11.5, GB&I 6.5. Non-playing captains: Barbara McIntire (USA); Belle McCorkindale Robertson (Scot/GB&I). [Royal Lytham & St Annes GC, nr Blackpool, Lancs].
FRIDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Ann Irvin (Eng) lost to Beth Daniel 4&3; Dinah Oxley Henson (Eng) bt Cindy Hill 1 hole; Suzanne Cadden (Scot) lost to Nancy Lopez 3&1; Mary McKenna (Ire) lost to Nancy Roth Syms 1 hole; Tegwen Perkins (Wales) lost to Debbie Massey 1 hole; Julia Greenhalgh (Eng) halved with Barbara Barrow.
SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches): Henson lost to Daniel 3&2; Greenhalgh beat Syms 2&1; Cadden lost to Donna Horton White 6&5; Jennie Lee-Smith (Eng) lost to Massey 3&2; Perkins bt Hill 1 hole; McKenna bt Carol Semple 1 hole.
Ann Stant (Eng) did not play in the singles.

1974
Team Events
USA
13 - 5
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

13 - 5

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (18th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes and 2x six singles. Result: USA 13, GB&I 5. Non-playing captains: Sis Choate (USA); Belle McCorkindale Robertson (Scot/GB&I). [San Francisco GC, San Francisco, California].
FRIDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Carol Semple lost to Maureen Walker (Eng) 2&1; Jane Bastanchury Booth bt Mary McKenna (Ire) 5&3; Debbie Massey bt Mary Everard (Eng) 1 hole; Bonnie Lauer bt Jennie Lee-Smith (Eng) 6&5; Beth Barry bt Julia Greenhalgh (Eng) 1 hole; Cindy Hill halved with Tegwen Perkins (Wales).
SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches): Anne Quast Sander bt Everard 4&3; Booth bt Greenhalgh 7&5; Massey bt Carol LeFeuvre (Eng) 6&5; Semple bt Walker 2&1; Mary Budke bt Perkins 5&4; Lauer lost to McKenna 2&1.
In addition to the non-playing captains the USA team comprised eight players, the GB&I team seven players.

1972
Team Events
USA
10 - 8
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

10 - 8

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (17th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes and 2x six singles. Result: USA 10, GB&I 8. Non-playing captains: Jean Crawford (USA); Frances Stephens (Eng/GB&I). [Western Gailes GC, Gailes, Irvine, Ayrshire].
FRIDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Mickey Walker (Eng) halved with Laura Baugh; Belle McCorkindale Robertson (Scot) lost to Jane Bastanchury Booth 3&1; Mary Everard (Eng) lost to Martha Wilkinson Kirouac 4&3; Dinah Oxley (Eng) lost to Barbara McIntire 4&3; Kathryn Phillips (Eng) beat Lancy Smith 2 holes; Mary McKenna (Ire) lost to Beth Barry 2&1.
SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches): Robertson lost to Baugh 6&5; Everard bt McIntire 6&5; Walker bt Booth 1 hole; McKenna bt Kirouac 3&1; Diane Robb Frearson (Eng) lost to Smith 3&1; Phillips lost to Barry 3&1.
Beverly Huke (Eng) and Hollis Stacy (USA) did not play in the singles. In addition to the non-playing captains the USA team comprised seven players, the GB&I team eight players.

1970
Team Events
USA
Brae Burn CC, MA
11.5 - 6.5
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Venue

Brae Burn CC, MA

Score

11.5 - 6.5

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (16th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes and 2x six singles. Result: USA 11.5, GB&I 6.5. Non-playing captains: Carolyn Cudone (USA); Jeanne Bisgood (Eng/GB&I). [Brae Burn CC, West Newton, Massachusetts].
FRIDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Jane Bastanchury bt Dinah Oxley (Eng) 5&3; Martha Wilkinson bt Ann Irvin (Eng) 1 hope; Shelley Hamlin halved with Belle McCorkindale Robertson (Scot); Phyllis Preuss lost to Mary McKenna (Ire) 5&4; Nancy Hager bt Margaret Pickard (Eng) 5&4; Alice Dye bt Julia Greenhalgh (Eng) 1 hole.
SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches): Bastanchury bt Irvin 4&3; Hamlin halved with Oxley; Preuss bt Robertson 1 hole; Wilkinson lost to Greenhalgh 6&4; Hager lost to Mary Everard (Eng) 4&3; Cindy Hill bt McKenna 2&1.
Jane Fassinger (USA) did not play in the singles. In addition to the non-playing captains the USA team comprised eight players, the GB&I team seven players.
NOTE: Alice Dye (née O'Neal), together with her husband Paul "Pete" Dye Jr, became an accomplished golf course designer and the first woman president of the American Society of Golf Course Architects.

1968
Team Events
USA
10.5 - 7.5
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

10.5 - 7.5

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (15th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes and 2x six singles. Result: USA 10.5, GB&I 7.5. Non-playing captains: Evelynn Monsted (USA); Zara Bolton (N.Ire/GB&I). [Royal County Down GC, Newcastle, Co. Down, N. Ireland].
FRIDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Ann Irvin (Eng) bt Anne Quast Welts 3&2; Vivien Saunders (Eng) lost to Shelley Hamlin 1 hole; Belle McCorkindale Robertson (Scot) lost to Roberta Albers 1 hole; Bridget Jackson (Eng) halved with Peggy Conley; Dinah Oxley (Eng) halved with Phyllis Preuss; Margaret Pickard (Eng) bt Jean Ashley 2 holes.
SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches): Irvin bt Hamlin 3&2; Robertson halved with Welts; Saunders halved with Albers; Ann Howard (Eng) lost to Mary Lou Dill 4&2; Pickard lost to Conley 1 hole; Jackson lost to Preuss 2&1.
Pam Tredinnick (Eng) did not play in the singles. In addition to the non-playing captains the USA team comprised seven players, the GB&I team eight players.

1966
Team Events
USA
13 - 5
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

13 - 5

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (14th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes and 2x six singles. Result: USA 13, GB&I 5. Non-playing captains: Dorothy Porter (USA, née Germain); Zara Bolton (N.Ire/GB&I). [Cascades course, The Homestead, Hot Springs, Virginia].
FRIDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Jean Ashley bt Belle McCorkindale Robertson (Scot) 1 hole; Anne Quast Welts halved with Susan Armitage (Eng); Barbara White Boddie bt Angela Ward Bonallack (Eng) 3&2; Nancy Roth Syms bt Elizabeth Chadwick (Eng) 2 holes; Helen Wilson lost to Ita Burke (Ire) 3&1; Carol Sorenson Flenniken bt Marjory Fowler (Scot) 3&1.
SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches): Ashley lost to Bonallack 2&1; Welts halved with Robertson; Boddie bt Armitage 3&2; Syms halved with Pam Tredinnick (Eng); Phyllis Preuss bt Chadwick 3&2; Flenniken bt Burke 2&1.
Barbara McIntire (USA) and Joan Hastings (Scot) did not play in the singles.

1964
Team Events
USA
10.5 - 1.5
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

10.5 - 1.5

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (13th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in 2x three foursomes and 2x six singles. Result: USA 10.5, GB&I 1.5. Non-playing captains: Helen Hawes (USA); Elsie Corlett (Eng/GB&I). [Royal Porthcawl GC, Mid Glamorgan, South Wales]. Angela Ward Bonallack (Eng) JoAnne Carner (USA; née Gunderson).
FRIDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Angela Ward Bonallack (Eng) lost to JoAnne Gunderson 6&5; Marley Spearman (Eng) halved with Barbara McIntire; Julia Greenhalgh (Eng) lost to Barbara White 3&2; Bridget Jackson (Eng) bt Carol Sorenson 4&3; Joan Lawrence (Scot) lost to Peggy Conley 1 hole; Ruth Porter (Eng) bt Nancy Roth 1 hole.
SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches): Spearman halved with Gunderson; Lawrence lost to McIntire 4&2; Greenhalgh bt Phyllis Preuss 5&3; Bonallack lost to White 3&2; Porter lost to Sorenson 3&2; Jackson lost to Conley 1 hole.
Sheila Vaughan (Eng) and Susan Armitage (Eng) did not play in the singles. In addition to the non-playing captains the USA team comprised seven players, the GB&I team eight players.

1962
Team Events
USA
8 - 1
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

8 - 1

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (12th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in three foursomes and six singles. Result: USA 8, GB&I 1. Non-playing captains: Polly Riley (USA); Frances Stephens (Eng/GB&I). [The Broadmoor GC, Colorado Springs, Colorado].
SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Judy Bell lost to Diane Robb Frearson (Eng) 8&7; JoAnne Gunderson bt Angela Ward Bonallack (Eng) 2&1; Clifford Ann Creed bt Sally Bonallack 6&5; Anne Quast Decker bt Marley Spearman (Eng) 7&5; Phyllis Preuss bt Jean Roberts (Eng); Barbara McIntire bt Sheila Vaughan (Eng) 5&4.
Jean Ashley (USA), Ann Casey Johnstone (USA), Ann Irvin (Eng) and Ruth Porter (Eng) did not play in the singles.
NOTE: Sally and Angela Bonallack were sisters-in-law. Angela (née Ward) married Sally's brother Michael Bonallack.

1960
Team Events
USA
6.5 - 2.5
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

6.5 - 2.5

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (11th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in three foursomes and six singles. Result: USA 6.5, GB&I 2.5. Non-playing captains: Mildred Prunaret (USA); Maureen Garrett (Eng/GB&I). [Lindrick GC, Worksop, Nottinghamshire].
SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Elizabeth Price (Eng) halved with Barbara McIntire; Angela Ward Bonallack (Eng) lost to JoAnne Gunderson 2&1; Janette Robertson (Scot) lost to Anne Quast 2 holes; Philomena Garvey (Ire) lost to Judy Eller 4&3; Belle McCorkindale (Scot) lost to Judy Bell 8&7; Ruth Porter (Eng) bt Joanne Goodwin 1 hole.
Frances Stephens Smith (Eng) and Ann Casey Johnstone (USA) did not play in the singles. Marley Spearman (Eng) did not play in any matches. In addition to the non-playing captains the USA team comprised seven players, the GB&I team eight players.

1958
Team Events
Tied
Brae Burn CC, MA
4.5 - 4.5
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

Tied

Venue

Brae Burn CC, MA

Score

4.5 - 4.5

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (10th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in three foursomes and six singles. Result: GB&I 4.5, USA 4.5. Non-playing captains: Daisy Ferguson (N.Ire/GB&I); Virginia Dennehy (USA). [Brae Burn CC, West Newton, Massachusetts].
SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): JoAnne Gunderson bt Jessie Anderson Valentine (Scot) 2 holes; Barbara McIntire halved with Angela Ward Bonallack (Eng); Anne Quast bt Elizabeth Price (Eng) 4&2; Ann Casey Johnstone lost to Janette Robertson (Scot) 3&2; Barbara Romack bt Bridget Jackson (Eng) 3&2; Polly Riley lost to Frances Stephens Smith (Eng) 2 holes.
Meriam Bailey (USA), Anne Richardson (USA), Dorothea Sommerville (Eng) and Marley Spearman (Eng) did not play in any matches.
NOTE: With the match tied, GB&I retained the Cup as holders.

1956
Team Events
GB&I
5 - 4
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

GB&I

Score

5 - 4

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (9th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in three foursomes and six singles. Result: USA 5, GB&I 4. Non-playing captains: Zara Bolton (GB&I); Edith Flippin (USA). [Prince's GC, Sandwich, Kent].
SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Jessie Anderson Valentine (Scot) bt Patricia Lesser 6&4; Philomena Garvey (Ire) lost to Margaret Smith 9&8; Frances Stephens Smith (Eng) bt Polly Riley 1 hole; Janette Robertson (Scot) lost to Barbara Romack 6&4; Angela Ward (Eng; later Bonallack) bt Mary Ann Downey 6&4; Elizabeth Price (Eng) bt Jane Nelson 7&6.
Veronica Anstey (Eng) and Carolyn Cudone (USA) did not play in the singles. Ann Howard (Eng) did not play in any matches. In addition to the non-playing captains the USA team comprised seven players, the GB&I team eight players.

1954
Team Events
USA
6 - 3
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Venue

Merion

Score

6 - 3

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (8th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in three foursomes and six singles. Result: USA 6, GB&I 3. Non-playing captains: Edith Flippin (USA); Baba Beck (Ire/GB&I). [East Course, Merion GC, Ardmore, nr Philadelphia, PA].
FRIDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Mary Lena Faulk lost to Frances Stephens (Eng) 1 hole; Claire Doran bt Jeane Bisgood (Eng) 4&3; Polly Riley bt Elizabeth Price (Eng) 9&8; Dorothy Kirby lost to Philomena Garvey (Ire) 3&1; Grace DeMoss Smith bt Jessie Anderson Valentine (Scot) 4&3; Joyce Ziske lost to Janette Robertson (Scot) 3&1.
Patricia Lesser (USA), Barbara Romack (USA) and Marjorie Peel (Scot) did not play in the singles. In addition to the non-playing captains the USA team comprised eight players, the GB&I team seven players.

1952
Team Events
GB&I
5 - 4
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

GB&I

Score

5 - 4

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (7th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in three foursomes and six singles. Result: GB&I 5, USA 4. Non-playing captains: Lady Katherine Cairns (GB&I); Aniela Goldthwaite (USA). [Muirfield - The Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers, Gullane, East Lothian].
SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Jean Donald (Scot) lost to Dorothy Kirby 1 hole; Frances Stephens (Eng) bt Marjorie Lindsay 2&1; Moira Paterson (Scot) lost to Polly Riley 6&4; Jeanne Bisgood (Eng) bt Mae Murray 6&5; Philomena Garvey (Ire) lost to Claire Doran 3&2; Elizabeth Price (Eng) bt Grace DeMoss 3&2.
Jessie Anderson Valentine (Scot) and Patricia O'Sullivan (USA) did not play in the singles. Kitty MacCann (Ire) did not play in any matches. In addition to the non-playing captains, the USA team comprised seven players, the GB&I team eight players.

1950
Team Events
USA
Buffalo CC
7.5 - 1.5
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Venue

Buffalo CC

Score

7.5 - 1.5

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (6th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in three foursomes and six singles. Result: USA 7.5, GB&I 1.5. Non-playing captains: Glenna Collett Vare (USA); playing captain Diana Fishwick Critchley (Eng/GB&I). [CC of Buffalo, Williamsville, nr Buffalo, NY].
TUESDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Dorothy Porter (née Germain) halved with Frances Stephens (Eng); Polly Riley bt Jessie Anderson Valentine (Scot) 7&6; Beverly Hanson bt Jean Donald (Scot) 6&5; Dorothy Kielty bt Philomena Garvey (Ire) 2&1; Peggy Kirk bt Jeanne Bisgood (Eng) 1 hole; Grace Lenczyk bt Elizabeth Price (Eng) 5&4.
Dorothy Kirby (USA) and Helen Wilson (USA) did not play in the singles. Diana Fishwick Critchley (GB&I capt, eligible to play) did not select herself to play in any matches.
The GB&I team comprised seven players, including their captain; the USA team comprised eight players and a non-playing captain.

1948
Team Events
USA
6.5 - 2.5
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

6.5 - 2.5

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (5th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in three foursomes and six singles. Result: USA 6.5, GB&I 2.5. Playing captain: Glenna Collett Vare (USA); non-playing captain: Doris Chambers (Eng/GB&I). [Royal Birkdale GC, Southport, Merseyside]. Played for the first time since 1938 due to WWII.
SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Philomena Garvey (Ire) halved with Louise Suggs; Jean Donald (Scot) bt Dorothy Kirby 2 holes; Jacqueline Gordon (Eng) lost to Grace Lenczyk 5&3; Helen Holm (Scot) lost to Estelle Lawson Page 3&2; Maureen Ruttle (Eng) lost to Polly Riley 3&2; Zara Bolton (Eng) lost to Dorothy Kielty 2&1.
Clarrie Reddan (Ire; née Tiernan) and Glenna Collett Vare (USA) did not play in the singles. Diana Fishwick Critchley (Eng) did not play in any matches. The USA team comprised seven players, which included their playing captain. The GB&I team comprised eight players and a non-playing captain.

1938
Team Events
USA
5.5 - 3.5
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

5.5 - 3.5

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (4th). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in three foursomes and six singles. Result: USA 5.5, GB&I 3.5. Non-playing captains: Frances Stebbins (USA); Margaret Wallace-Williamson (Scot/GB&I). [Essex County Club, Manchester, MA]. Played for the last time until 1948 due to WWII.
THURSDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Estelle Lawson Page bt Helen Holm (Scot) 6&5; Patty Berg bt Jessie Anderson (Scot) 1 hole; Marion Miley bt Elsie Corlett (Eng) 2&1; Glenna Collett Vare bt Pat Walker (Ire) 2&1; Maureen Orcutt Crews lost to Clarrie Tiernan (Ire) 2&1; Charlotte Glutting bt Nan Baird (Scot) 1 hole.
Kathryn Hemphill (USA) and Phyllis Wade (Eng) did not play in the singles. Both teams comprised a non-playing captain and seven players.

1936
Team Events
Tied
4.5 - 4.5
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

Tied

Score

4.5 - 4.5

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (3rd). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in three foursomes and six singles. Result: USA 4.5, GB&I 4.5. Playing captain: Glenna Collett Vare (USA); non-playing captain: Doris Chambers (Eng/GB&I). [King's course, Gleneagles Hotel, Auchterarder, Perthshire].
WEDNESDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Wanda Morgan (Eng) lost to Glenna Collett Vare 3&2; Helen Holm (Scot) bt Patty Berg 4&3; Pam Barton (Eng) lost to Charlotte Glutting 1 hole; Maureen Crews (née Orcutt) bt Pat Walker (Ire) 1 hole; Jessie Anderson (Scot) bt Leona Cheney 1 hole; Marjorie Ross Garon (Eng) bt Opal Hill 7&5.
Bridget Newell (Eng), Phyllis Wade (Eng), Aniela Goldthwaite (USA) and Marion Miley (USA) did not play in any matches.
NOTE: With the match tied, the USA retained the Cup as holders. The whole event was completed in one day (Weds, May 6).

1934
Team Events
USA
Chevy Chase Club
6.5 - 2.5
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Venue

Chevy Chase Club

Score

6.5 - 2.5

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The Curtis Cup (2nd). USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in three foursomes and six singles. Result: USA 6.5, GB&I 2.5. Non-playing captain: Glenna Collett Vare (USA); playing captain: Doris Chambers (Eng/GB&I). [Chevy Chase Club, Chevy Chase, Maryland].
FRIDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Virginia Van Wie bt Diana Fishwick (Eng) 2&1; Leona Cheney bt Pam Barton (Eng) 7&5; Maureen Orcutt bt Molly Gourlay (Eng) 4&2; Charlotte Glutting bt Wanda Morgan (Eng) 3&2; Opal Hill bt Diana Plumpton (Eng) 3&2; Aniela Goldthwaite lost to Pat Walker (Ire) 3&2.
Lucille Robinson (USA) did not play in the singles. Marion Miley (USA), Mrs George Coats (Eng) and Doris Chambers (GB&I capt, eligible to play) did not play in any matches.

1932
Team Events
USA
5.5 - 3.5
LGU / USGA

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

5.5 - 3.5

Prize money

Title sponsor

LGU / USGA

The inaugural Curtis Cup. USA vs Gt Britain & Ireland. Eight top women amateurs per team competing in three foursomes and six singles. Result: USA 5.5, GB&I 3.5. Non-playing captain: Marion Hollins (USA); playing captain: Joyce Wethered (Eng/GB&I). [East course, Wentworth Club, Virginia Water, Surrey].
SATURDAY SINGLES (six 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Joyce Wethered (Eng) bt Glenna Collett Vare 6&4; Enid Wilson (Eng) bt Helen Hicks 2&1; Wanda Morgan (Eng) lost to Virginia Van Wie 2&1; Diana Fishwick (Eng) bt Maureen Orcutt 4&3; Molly Gourlay (Eng) halved with Opal Hill; Elsie Corlett (Eng) lost to Leona Pressley Cheney 4&3.
Doris Park (Scot) and Charlotte Watson (Scot) did not play in the singles. Marion Hollins (USA capt) and Dorothy Higbie (USA) did not play in any matches.
NOTE: Although the entirely English GB&I team won the singles 3.5-2.5, earlier in the day they had lost the foursomes 3-0, producing a 5.5-3.5 final result in favour of the visiting Americans. The whole event was completed in one day (Sat, May 21).

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