The Japan Golf Federation hosted the 2014 event in Karuizawa, Japan.
|ESPIRITO SANTO TROPHY (WOMEN)||EISENHOWER TROPHY (MEN)|
|Dates||2nd to 7th September||9th to 14th September|
|Location||Karuizawa 72 East Golf Club – Iriyama and Oshitate Course|
|Participating countries||A total of 50 teams entered the 26th Women’s World Amateur Team Championship||71 teams competed in the Men's event|
|Results||Results database||Results database|
|Brochure||Japan Golf Association released the event Brochure|
|Photogallery||Photos of the events are available in the Photo Gallery|
AustraliaAustralia team members Shelly Shin (left), Minjee Lee and Su Oh pose for photos with the trophy following the final round at the 2014 Espirito Santo Trophy at Karuizawa 72 Golf East in Karuizawa, Japan on Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014. (Copyright USGA/Steven Gibbons)
USADenny McCarthy, Bryson DeChambeau, Beau Hossler during the final round at the 2014 Eisenhower Trophy at Karuizawa 72 Golf East in Karuizawa, Japan on Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014. (Copyright USGA/Steven Gibbons)
Did you know?
- GHANA IS FIRST-TIME PARTICIPANTS – Ghana is the only country making its first appearance in the World Amateur Team Championship.
- YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES - Men's competitions : Four of the top 10 finishers at the recent Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China, are competing in the 2014 WATC. Gold medalist Renato Paratore, of Italy, silver medalist Marcus Kinhult, of Sweden, as well as Feroz Garewal, of India (tied for fifth) and Dou Zecheng, of People’s Republic of China (tied for 10th), were among the top finishers in late August. In addition, Marcus Kinhult and Linnea Strom of Sweden won the gold medal in the mixed team event. Korea, with Eun Ho Youm and So-Young Lee, was second and Italy, with Renato Paratore and Virginia Elena Carta, was third.
- YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES - Women's competitions — Six of the top 10 finishers at the recent Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China, are competing in the 2014 WWATC. Gold medalist So-Young Lee, of Korea, silver medalist Ssu-Chia Cheng, of Chinese Taipei, as well as Olivia Cowan, of Germany and Virginia Elena Carta, of Italy (tied for fourth), Emily Kristine Pederson, of Denmark (sixth) and Julianne Alvarez, of New Zealand (seventh), were among the top finishers in late August. In addition, Linnea Strom and Marcus Kinhult of Sweden won the gold medal in the mixed team event. Korea, with So-Young Lee and Eun Ho Youm, was second and Italy, with Virginia Elena Carta and Renato Paratore, was third.
- Additional interesting storylines for 2014 Espirito Santo Trophy and 2014 Eisenhower Trophy are available.