Boyd Quaich

Started in 1946 the Boyd Quaich Memorial Tournament is one of the most prestigious events on the international student golf calendar. Played every July over the Old and New courses in St Andrews the Boyd Quaich features players from the UK, Continental Europe, North America and Asia.

Entries are now closed for 2018. All competitors will be contacted directly and in due course with specific arrangements for this year’s tournament. The draw will be made available here on the 26th June.

 

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Competitors cross the famous Swilcan Bridge during the 2014 tournament.

 

2017 Boyd Quaich Tournament

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Boyd Quaich: Competition History

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George Burns wins the 2016 Boyd Quaich

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Boyd Quaich: Previous Winners

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    Storm Boswick – MA Honours, 1991
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