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A Look Back on a Memorable 2022 PGA Cup

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Alex Beach of the United States, Jesse Mueller of the United States, Ben Polland of the United States, Wyatt Worthington II of the United States, Larkin Gross of the United States, Ryan Vermeer of the United States, Frank Bensel Jr. of the United States, Captain and PGA of America Honorary President, Suzy Whaley Omar Uresti of the United States and Jared Jones of the United States pose with the Llandudno trophy after winning the 30th PGA Cup at Foxhills Golf Club on September 18, 2022 in Ottershaw, England. (Photo by Matthew Harris/PGA of America)

Alex Beach of the United States, Jesse Mueller of the United States, Ben Polland of the United States, Wyatt Worthington II of the United States, Larkin Gross of the United States, Ryan Vermeer of the United States, Frank Bensel Jr. of the United States, Captain and PGA of America Honorary President, Suzy Whaley Omar Uresti of the United States and Jared Jones of the United States pose with the Llandudno trophy after winning the 30th PGA Cup at Foxhills Golf Club on September 18, 2022 in Ottershaw, England. (Photo by Matthew Harris/PGA of America)

It was truly a historic week at Foxhills Resort & Club in Surrey, England. For the first time since 2009, the United States PGA Cup Team won on foreign soil, defeating Team Great Britain and Ireland, 15.5 to 10.5.
U.S. Captain Suzy Whaley, PGA, became the first woman to both Captain in the men’s PGA Cup and win, after leading the victorious United States Women’s PGA Cup Team in its inaugural event in 2019.
The United States Team now holds a 19-7-4 advantage in a series that dates back nearly 50 years. The U.S. won in 2019 at Omni Barton Creek Resort & Spa in Austin, TX, on a miraculous final-day rally. They have now successfully defended that title.
We captured some of the best moments and reactions from the big week at Foxhills.
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