HISTORY OF THE CUP
- 1999 - POINT JUDITH
- 2004 - NEWPORT NATIONAL
- 2006 - DOONBEG
- 2014 - LA QUINTA
- 2016 - SHELTER HARBOR
- 2002 - EAST SUSSEX
- 2008 - SHELTER HARBOR
- 2010 - DOONBEG
- 2012 - SHELTER HARBOR
- 2018 - MONTE REI
2018 - MONTE REI The tenth Falvey Cup was held at Monte Rei Golf & Country Club located in Vila Nova de Cacela, Portugal. Europe regained the cup with a score of 13 to 11, their first win since 2012. The 42nd Ryder Cup was held at the Albatros Course of Le Golf National in Guyancourt, France where Europe was the victor, winning by 17½ points to 10½.
2016 - SHELTER HARBOR The ninth Falvey Cup was held at Shelter Harbor Golf Club in Rhode Island. USA had its consecutive victory over Europe 15 to 9. The 41st Ryder Cup was at the Hazeltine National Golf Club in Minnesota where USA was the victor 17 to 11.
2014 - LA QUINTA The eighth Falvey Cup was held at La Quinta Golf and Country Club in Marbella, Spain. Falvey triumphed over Lloyd's 8 ½ to 7 ½. This was the USA's first win since 2006 and the closest match in Falvey Cup history. The 40th Ryder Cup was played at Gleneagles in Perthshire, Scotland where Europe was the victor 16 ½ to 11 ½.
2012 - SHELTER HARBOR The seventh Falvey Cup was played at Shelter Harbor Golf Club in Charlestown, Rhode Island where the Lloyd's Team won the cup with a score of 17½ to 6½. The 39th Ryder Cup was played at Medinah Country Club in Medinah, Illinois where Europe won the Cup.
2010 - DOONBEG The sixth Falvey Cup Invitational was played at Doonbeg Golf Club on the west coast of Ireland where the Lloyd's Team won the cup with a score of 14½ to 5½. The 38th Ryder Cup was played at Celtic Manor Resort in Newport, Whales where Europe won the Cup.
2008 - SHELTER HARBOR The fifth Falvey Cup Invitational was held at Shelter Harbor Golf Club in Charlestown, Rhode Island. The Lloyd's Team won the cup with a score of 10 to 6. The 37th Ryder Cup was played at Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Kentucky and the American Team celebrated victory.
2006 - DOONBEG Picturesque Doonbeg Golf Club on the west coast of Ireland was the location for the fourth match where Falvey won the cup with a score of 10 to 6. The Europeans were the victors at the 36th Ryder Cup match at K-Club in Kildare, Ireland.
2004 - NEWPORT NATIONAL The third match was held in 2004 at Newport National Country Club in Rhode Island. Falvey won the cup with a score of 9 to 7. The Europeans Team won the 35th Ryder Cup match held at the Oakland Hills Country Club in Detroit Michigan.
2002 - EAST SUSSEX In 2002, the match was held at East Sussex National in London with the Lloyd's Team winning the cup and a singles victory by James Gaiger over Mike Falvey on the 16th hole. The Europeans celebrated a victory that year winning at The Belfry.
1999 - POINT JUDITH The first match held in 1999 at Point Judith Country Club in Rhode Island was won by Falvey followed by a Ryder Cup victory that year for the Americans at the Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts.