A Look Back on a Memorable 2022 PGA Cup
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)
Congratulations @uncwomensgolf alumna Suzy (McGuire) Whaley UNC '89, first woman to captain a U.S. men's PGA Cup team ... and they won, beating Great Britain & Ireland, 15.5-10.5, over the weekend in Surrey, England. #GoHeels #GoUSAGolf pic.twitter.com/YyYsZv7xVa— UNC Women's Golf (@uncwomensgolf) September 19, 2022
The PGA Cup started in 1973 at Pinehurst (North Carolina) Country Club and is structured after the format of the Ryder Cup, with match-play competition between the U.S. and Europe. The PGA Cup features the top playing PGA Club Professionals from both sides of the Atlantic.