|Dates||June 12–13, 1999|
|United States wins the Palmer Cup|
On Saturday, there were four matches of four-ball in the morning, followed by four foursomes matches in the afternoon. Eight singles matches were played on the Sunday morning with a further eight more 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, each side earned half a point toward their team total. The team that accumulated at least 12½ points won the competition.
Eight college golfers from the United States and Great Britain and Ireland participated in the event.
|Ben Curtis||Kent State|
|Matt Kuchar||Georgia Tech|
|Bryce Molder||Georgia Tech|
|Great Britain & Ireland|
|Johnny Foster||Northern Ireland||Ulster|
|Max Harris||England||North Carolina|
|Michael Hoey||Northern Ireland||Clemson|
|Oliver Lindsay||Scotland||St Andrews|
|Andrew White||Scotland||St Andrews|
|Donald/Rowe||4 & 3||Anderson/Kuchar|
|Foster/Hoey||4 & 3||Engler/Molder|
|Harris/Sullivan||3 & 2||Curtis/Byrd|
|Lindsay/White||5 & 4||Kuehne/Morrison|
|Donald/Harris||2 & 1||Kuchar/Molder|
|Lindsay/White||3 & 2||Byrd/Morrison|
|Hoey/Rowe||3 & 2||Anderson/Kuehne|
- "1999 results". Arnold Palmer Cup. Retrieved September 20, 2016.