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The 27th Phoenix Cup

Elmwood Golf Club, Monday 13 to Wednesday 15 September 2021

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News about the Phoenix Cup

 

The inaugural Phoenix Cup was held when disabled golfers from Canada and Scotland got together to arrange a multi-nation and friendly match play competition, at the Chippewa Creek Golf Club in Hamilton, Ontario.  We in Scotland, pulled together a ‘Rest of the World’ team from the likes of Australia, South Africa, Germany, France and the Home Nations and travelled to Canada to compete against a squad from across North America.

 

The Phoenix Cup, as the worlds first fully inclusive team international, became so successful, that the SDGC merged all its other team events, such as the World Cup, Spanish, Masters and other internationals, under that one format and it has since been held on twenty six occasions in six countries, and involved over seven hundred golfers with disabilities.

 

Still evolving rapidly and now based firmly on the Ryder/Solheim Cup format, where disabled golf groups from around the world are invited annually, to bring together teams to compete and continue to develop and promote  the sport for players of any age, with any type of disability, the Phoenix Cup is still the only pan-Disability match play team golf event in the world.

 

Such is the strength and draw of the Phoenix Cup, that the next four years events are already arranged, with The 27th Phoenix Cup in 2021, arranged for Elmwood Golf Club in Fife, between teams representing the SDGC and DGA from England and there are plans for a four team stableford match play competition for the28th & 29th, between Scotland, England, Wales and Ireland in 2022 & 2023.

 

Finally, the SDGC would like to thank the St Andrews Links Trust, for agreeing to host the 30th Phoenix Cup, Disabled Golf team International in October 2024.  The traditional format, will be played on the Old Course and Jubilee Golf Courses at St Andrews, and is undoubtedly a wonderful opportunity for the SDGC to continue to promote and support golfers of all ages and abilities from around the world. 

 

The Phoenix Cup Champions                        

 

Phoenix 26 was held in Scotland at Carnoustie & Trump between

Great Britain & Ireland v Europe with Great Britain & Ireland winning

 

Phoenix 25 was held in Scotland at Gleneagles, Panmure & Blairgowrie between

Great Britain & Ireland v Europe with Europe winning

 

Phoenix 24 was held in Scotland at Cardrona Resort between

Scotland v Europe with Scotland winning

 

Phoenix 23 was held in the USA at Rotonda Florida between

USA v Europe with Europe winning

 

Phoenix 22 was held in England at Oulton Hall between

England v Scotland with Scotland winning

 

Phoenix 21 was held in Scotland at Murrayshall Resort between

Scotland v England with Scotland winning

 

Phoenix 20 was held in England at Linden Hall Northumberland between

England v Scotland with England winning

 

Phoenix 19 was held in Scotland at the Westerwood Resort    between

Scotland, England Ireland & Europe with Scotland winning

 

Phoenix 18 was held in Scotland at the Murrayshall Resort between

Scotland v England with England winning

 

Phoenix 17 was held in Spain at the Malaga Resort between

Multi National  groups with Scotland winning

 

Phoenix 16 was held in Scotland at the Roxburghe Resort between

Scotland v England with England winning

 

Phoenix 15 was held in Scotland at the Roxburghe Resort between

Scotland v England with England winning

 

Phoenix 14 was held in England at The Shire London between

England v Scotland  with Scotland winning

 

Phoenix 13 was held in the USA at The Palms Nevada between

USA v Europe with USA winning

 

Phoenix 12 was held in Spain at the Malaga Resort between

Six Multi National groups with Scotland winning

 

Phoenix 11 was held in Scotland at the Greens Resort between

Scotland v England with England winning

 

Phoenix 10 was held in Scotland at the Westerwood Resort between

Eighteen Multi National Teams with Scotland winning

 

Phoenix 9 was held in Spain at the Malaga Resort between

Six Multi National Teams with Scotland winning

 

Phoenix 8 was held in Canada at Chippewa Creek Toronto between

Canada v USA with Canada winning

 

Phoenix 7 was held in England at Breadshall Priory Derby between

England v Scotland  with Scotland winning

 

Phoenix 6 was held in Scotland at Westerwood Resort between

Scotland, England Ireland & Europe with England winning

 

Phoenix 5 was held in England at Slaley Hall Northumberland between

England v Scotland with England winning

 

Phoenix 4 was held in Spain at the Malaga Resort between

Six Multi National Teams with Europe winning

 

Phoenix 3 was held in Wales at the Celtic Manor Resort between

Four Multi National Teams with England winning

 

Phoenix 2 was held in the USA at Ridgetop Ohio between

USA v Canada with USA winning

 

Phoenix 1 was held in Canada at Chippewa Creek Toronto between

North America v Rest of the world with Rest of the World winning

                                                                 

The 25th & 26th Phoenix Cup Results

 

Wednesday 16, 14:00, PGA Centenary Gleneagles Golf Course Foursomes (25th Anniversary Phoenix) 

Gary Meekins & Mark Drummond beat  Iain Ross & Ellie Perks 5&4

Jim Gales & Adam Storrie lost to  John Pennycott & Stian Halvorsen2&1

Jim Hopes & Carol Brill beat  James Savastano & Kenny Morrison  3&1

Jonny Jones & Willie Innes beat  Kevin Cassidy & Paul Higgins 2&1

Ian White & Matty Coleman halved  Gerry Clifford & Derek Milne

GB&I lead 3.5 to Europe's 1.5

 

Thursday 17, 11:30, Panmure Golf Course Fourball (25th Anniversary Phoenix) 

Mark Drummond & Kerr Scott beat Stian Halvorsen & Derek Milne 2&1

Willie Innes  & Adam Storrie lost to James Savastano & Robert Inness 3&1

Ian White   & Gary Meekins beat Ellie Perks & Paul Higgins 2&1

Jonny Jones& Jim Hopes lost to  Iain Ross & John Pennycott 3&2

Jim Thomson &  Carol Brill lost to  Garry Bruce & Kenny Morrison 2up

GB&I lead 5.5 to Europe's 4.5

 

Friday 18, 10:06, Blairgowrie Rosemount Golf Course Singles (25th Anniversary Phoenix) 

Wendy Chamberlain MP attended this round of the Phoenix Cup, to meet some of the competitors and help to raise the profile of golfers with disabilities.  Wendy has been heavily involved with efforts for this years event and the 2021 & 2024 Phoenix Cup’s are being held in her Constituency.

 

Check out this link to the UK Parliament Early Day Motion posted today!

 

Adam Storrie lost to James Savastano 3&2

Willie Innes lost to Iain Ross 5&4

Ian White lost to Colin McLachlan 4&3

Gary Meekins beat Kenny Morrison 3&2

Mark Drummond lost to John Pennycott 3&2

Jonny Jones lost to Stian Halvorsen 2up

Alan Robertson beat Paul Higgins 2&1

Jim Hopes lost to Kevin Cassidy 4&3

Matty Coleman halved with Robert Inness

Carol Brill halved with  Ellie Perks

Europe win the Phoenix Cup by 11.5 to GB&I's 8.5

 

Sunday 20, 12:40, Carnoustie Championship Golf Course (26th Phoenix Cup) 

Jim Hopes & Jordan Langford beat Iain Ross & Colin McLachlan 2&1

Gary Meekins & Jonny Jones halved with Kenny Morrison & Kevin Cassidy

Carol Brill & Matty Coleman beat  James Savastano & Robert Inness 3&2

Ian White & Willie Inness lost to Derek Milne & Gerry Clifford 4&3

Mark Drummond & Adam Storrie beat Jim Hamill & Stian Halvorsen 2&1

GB&I lead 3.5 to Europe's 1.5

 

Monday 21, 11:30, Trump International Links Golf Course Aberdeen (26th Phoenix Cup) 

Matty Coleman & Gary Meekins beat Stian Halvorsen & James Savastano 3&2

Jim Thomson & Mark Drummond lost to  Kevin Cassidy & Ian Hislop 4&3

Adam Storrie & Jim Hopes lost to   Iain Ross & Kenny Morrison 3&2

Jim Hamill & Willie Innes halved with Ellie Perks & Paul Higgins

Jonny Jones & Gerry Clifford  beat  Colin McLachlan & Robert Inness 3&1

GB&I 2.5 to Europe's 2.5

 GB&I win the 26th Phoenix Cup with 6 points to Europe’s 4.

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