|Dates||August 22–23, 1969|
|Venue||Milwaukee Country Club|
|Location||River Hills, Wisconsin|
|United States wins the Walker Cup|
The 1969 Walker Cup, the 22nd Walker Cup Match, was played on August 22 and 23, 1969, at Milwaukee Country Club, River Hills near Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The event was won by the United States 10 to 8 with 6 matches halved. The United States led by 4 points after the first day and, although Great Britain and Ireland won both the foursomes and singles sessions on the second day, the United States won by two points.
The format for play on Friday and Saturday was the same. There were four matches of foursomes in the morning and eight singles matches in the afternoon. In all, 24 matches were played.
Each of the 24 matches was worth one point in the larger team competition. If a match was all square after the 18th hole extra holes were not played. The team with most points won the competition. If the two teams were tied, the previous winner would retain the trophy. This was the last Walker Cup in which half points were not awarded for halved matches.
Ten players for the United States and Great Britain & Ireland participated in the event. Great Britain & Ireland had a playing captain, while the United States had a non-playing captain.
Captain: Billy Joe Patton
- John Bohmann
- Bruce Fleisher
- Vinny Giles
- Bill Hyndman
- Joe Inman
- Steve Melnyk
- Allen Miller
- Dick Siderowf
- Ed Updegraff
- Lanny Wadkins
Great Britain & Ireland
Playing captain: Michael Bonallack
- Peter Benka
- Andrew Brooks
- Tom Craddock
- Bruce Critchley
- Rodney Foster
- Charlie Green
- Michael King
- Geoff Marks
- Peter Tupling
|Bonallack/Craddock||3 & 2||Giles/Melnyk|
|Green/Brooks||3 & 2||Wadkins/Siderowf|
|Foster/Marks||2 & 1||Hyndman/Inman|
|Benka/Critchley||2 & 1||Fleisher/Miller|
|Foster/King||6 & 5||Siderowf/Wadkins|
|Bonallack/Tipling||4 & 3||Updegraff/Bohmann|
- "1969 – Milwaukee". walkercup.co.uk. Retrieved November 29, 2018.