(the) Curtis Cup

(the) Curtis Cup
the Curtis Cup [the Curtis Cup]
a women’s golf competition held every two years, in which the British and Irish play against the USA. It was started by two sisters, Margaret and Harriet Curtis, in 1932.
See also Walker Cup

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