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Scotland: No.SC032670
The Fightmaster Cup


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The 2016 Venue
Indian Wells Golf Resort, Palm Springs, California
September 18-25th


The 2016 Teams

North America
Europe

Dan Aldrich (non playing Captain), CA
Prav Mathur (non playing assistant Captain), MA
Clay Kemper (non playing assistant Captain), TX
Alan Gentry, KY
Carson Novins, FL
Chris Wasielewski, OH
Jesse Florkowski
Tom Hartnett, NY
Pat Schroeder, SD
Klaus Schaloske
Steve Shipuleski, FL
Vince Biser, FL
Steve Quevillon
Xander Dobreff, MI
Steve Day, IN
Jerry Woodley (non playing Captain)
Dave Waterhouse
Steve Hutchinson
Robert Paul
Darren Masters
Reinard Schuhknecht
Cian Arthurs
Brendan Swan
Declan Burns
Andy Fagan
Stuart Griffin
David Schutsander
Alex Hjalmarsson


Results







The History of the Fightmaster Cup

The inaugural Fightmaster Cup took place from September 11th to 14th 2008 at The Cardinal Club, Simpsonville, Kentucky near Valhalla Golf Club, the venue for the 2008 Ryder Cup.
It was the first ever competition between The Society of One Armed Golfers and their rivals the NAOAGA (North American One Armed Golfers Association). The 12 man teams of highly competitive golfers squared off in a three day, Ryder Cup style format international competition.
The two organisations paved the way in 2008 for the Fightmaster Cup to be the flagship international Ryder Cup style match play tournament for the worlds very best one armed golfers. Like the Ryder Cup, the event is being alternated between North America and Europe every two years and is held close to that years Ryder Cup venue.
Named after Louisville's own Don Fightmaster, an internationally well known, one armed golfer who has inspired numerous young men and women with permanent disabilities to take up the game of golf. Don lost his left arm in an accident in 1954 and since has won numerous national and international championships for one armed golfers.
The Society of One Armed Golfers annually hold several tournaments for their members, including the World One Armed Golf Championship and season ending regional Championships. NAOGA also hold their own series of competitions.
The Fightmaster Cup is managed and operated by the Society, a registered charitable organization. England 1100707, Scotland SC032670
The costs involved in organizing and holding this prestigious event are considerable and any help you can give would be gratefully accepted. A PayPal donate button is at the top of this page or if you prefer to send a cheque please make it out to 'The Society of One Armed Golfers Fightmaster Cup' and send to:

Jerry Woodley,
SOAG,
56 Hillfield Road,
Little Sutton,
Ellesmere Port,
Cheshire.
CH66 1JD

Fightmaster Cup Results from previous years

2008 Venue - The Cardinal Club, Kentucky

The Fightmaster Cup was held at the Cardinal Club, a private course located in Shelby County in Simpsonville, Kentucky, 20 miles from Louisville, the venue of the Ryder Cup. The Cardinal Club is a Spencer Holt designed course with Bentgrass, course rating of 73.4, slope of 134 and measured approximately 6,100 yards during the Fightmaster Cup competition.

Team Europe 8.5, Team North America 19.5

2010 Venue - Marriott St Pierre Hotel & Country Club, Wales

The Marriott St Pierre Hotel & Country Club With its Championship golf courses and superb leisure facilities, it is recognised as one of the UK's leading golf venues and is perfectly situated, being just minutes away from the Severn bridges and Celtic Manor the 2010 Ryder Cup venue.

Team Europe 16, Team North America 12

2012 Venue - The Hilton Indian Lakes Resort, Chicago

After a $3 million renovation and now reputed to be one of the finest courses in the Chicago area the Fightmaster Cup was played at the Blackhawk Trace Golf Club, a short drive from the Ryder Cup venue in Medinah.

Fightmaster 2012 Europe and North American Teams

Fightmaster 2012 Europe and North American Teams

Team Europe 20.5, Team North America 7.5

2014 Venue - Stirling Golf Club, Scotland

Stirling Golf Club is one of the most picturesque courses in Scotland, with inspiring backdrops of the Old Town of Stirling. There are stunning views in all directions across Central Scotland, the Ochil and Lomond Hills to the east, and the Carse of Stirling, the Trossachs and the Southern Highlands beyond. Formed in 1869 the course is 6438 yards off the white tees and a good test of golf. Stirling is only a 20 minute drive from Gleneagles the Ryder Cup venue for 2014. The Fightmaster Cup was held on September 11th-13th, 2014.

Team Europe 21, Team North America 7