Boys Home International
The event began life in 1923 as a match, between the boys teams of England and Scotland, played on the day before the Boys Championship. In 1972 a match between Ireland and Wales was added. Since 1996 the internationals have been played as a round robin event between the four countries over three days.
Reigning champions England will be the team to beat when the Boys Home Internationals head to Forest Pines in Lincolnshire, England. A comprehensive final day 10-5 victory over Scotland secured the title as England won all three matches at County Louth. Scotland claimed the runners-up spot with two victories ahead of Ireland with one and Wales with none.
The twisting fairways of Forest Pines Golf Club were established in 1996 and this tough championship woodland golf course will play host to the series of round-robin matches between Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales.
This is a round robin international series at Boys level with each of the four home countries playing against one another. The matches comprise five morning foursomes followed by ten afternoon singles.