|Dates||7–9 January 2011|
|Venue||Black Mountain Golf Club|
|Location||Hua Hin, Thailand|
|Europe wins the Royal Trophy|
The 2011 Royal Trophy was the fifth edition of the Royal Trophy, a team golf event contested between teams representing Asia and Europe. It was held from 7–9 January at the Black Mountain Golf Club in Thailand. Europe won the Trophy 9 to 7.
| Naomichi "Joe" Ozaki |
|Yuta Ikeda|| Colin Montgomerie |
|Ryo Ishikawa||Fredrik Andersson Hed|
|Kim Kyung-tae||Rhys Davies|
|Liang Wenchong||Johan Edfors|
|Noh Seung-yul||Peter Hanson|
|Jeev Milkha Singh||Matteo Manassero|
|Shunsuke Sonoda||Pablo Martín|
|Thongchai Jaidee||Henrik Stenson|
|Liang/Noh||3 & 2||Stenson/Edfors|
|Ikeda/Kim||2 & 1||Montgomerie/Davies|
|Ishikawa/Sonoda||3 & 2||Manassero/Martín|
|Jaidee/Singh||7 & 5||Hanson/Andersson Hed|
|Noh/Liang||5 & 4||Montgomerie/Davies|
|Ishikawa/Sonoda||3 & 2||Manassero/Martín|
|Ikeda/Jaidee||3 & 1||Hanson/Andersson Hed|
|Liang||7 & 6||Hanson|
|Ikeda||2 & 1||Andersson Hed|
|Ishikawa||4 & 2||Davies|
|Kim||3 & 1||Montgomerie|
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