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World Cup of Golf 2013

DATES:  Thursday, November 21st through Sunday, November 24th
SITE:  The Royal Melbourne Golf Club (Composite Course), Melbourne, Australia
COURSE ARCHITECT:  Dr. Alister MacKenzie and Alex Russell (1925, 1927)
PAR:  72
YARDAGE:  6,996
Hole-By-Hole: 1 - Par 4 429 yds 10 - Par 4 476 yds
2 - Par 5 480 yds 11 - Par 4 439 yds
3 - Par 4 333 yds 12 - Par 4 433 yds
4 - Par 4 440 yds 13 - Par 4 354 yds
5 - Par 3 176 yds 14 - Par 5 504 yds
6 - Par 4 428 yds 15 - Par 4 383 yds
7 - Par 3 148 yds 16 - Par 3 201 yds
8 - Par 4 317 yds 17 - Par 5 568 yds
9 - Par 4 455 yds 18 - Par 4 432 yds
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35 3,206 yds 37 3,790 yds
Annual: 57th
Defending Champion: United States
Runner-Up: Germany, England
Tournament Record: 536 (United States, 1994)
Tournament Four-Day Record: 252 (Japan - S.Maruyama/T.Izawa, 2002)
Tournament Record (Individual): 263 (Tiger Woods, 1999)
Lowest Fourball Score: 57 (Argentina, New Zealand, 2000; USA, 2002)
Lowest Foursome Score: 61 (Argentina, 2005)
54-Hole Record: 186 (USA, 2000; Japan, 2002)
36-Hole Record: 124 (Argentina, New Zealand, 2000)
Total Purse: $7,000,000 (Individual), $1,000,000 (Team)
Individual Shares: 1st Place - $1,200,000; 2nd - $760,000; 3rd - $490,000
Team Shares: 1st Place - $600,000 (per team); 2nd - $300,000; 3rd - $100,000
2011 Finish
Player Score Player Score
United States 264 Netherlands 267
Germany 266 Scotland 267
England 266 Wales 268
Australia 267 Korea 269
Ireland 267 Spain 269
Past World Cup Team Winners
Year Winner (Score) -- Runners-Up
2011 United States (Matt Kuchar/Gary Woodland) -- Germany, England
2009 Italy (Edoardo Molinari/Francesco Molinari) -- Sweden, Ireland
2008 Sweden (Robert Karlsson/Henrik Stenson) -- Spain
2007 *Scotland (Colin Montgomerie/Marc Warren) -- United States
2006 *Germany (Bernhard Langer/Marcel Siem) -- Scotland
2005 #Wales (Stephen Dodd/Bradley Dredge) -- England, Sweden
2004 England (Luke Donald/Paul Casey) -- Spain
2003 South Africa (Rory Sabbatini/Trevor Immelman) -- England
2002 Japan (Shigeki Maruyama/Toshi Izawa) -- United States
2001 *South Africa (Ernie Els/Retief Goosen) -- Denmark, New Zealand, USA
2000 United States (Tiger Woods/David Duval) - Argentina
1999 United States (Tiger Woods/Mark O'Meara) -- Spain
1998 England (David Carter/Nick Faldo) -- Italy
1997 Ireland (Paul McGinley/Padraig Harrington) -- Scotland
1996 South Africa (Ernie Els/Wayne Westner) -- United States
1995 United States (Fred Couples/Davis Love III) -- Australia
1994 United States (Fred Couples/Davis Love III)
1993 United States (Fred Couples/Davis Love III) -- Zimbabwe
1992 United States (Fred Couples/Davis Love III)
1991 Sweden (Anders Forsbrand/Per-Ulrik Johansson)
1990 Germany (Bernhard Langer/Torsten Giedeon)
1989 Australia (Wayne Grady/Peter Fowler)
1988 United States (Ben Crenshaw/Mark McCumber)
1987 *Wales (Ian Woosnam/David Llewellyn)
1986 Not Held
1985 Canada (Dave Barr/Dan Halldorson)
1984 Spain (Jose Canizares/Jose Rivero)
1983 United States (John Cook/Rex Caldwell)
1982 Spain (Jose Canizares/Jose Rivero)
1981 Not Held
1980 Canada (Jim Nelford/Dan Halldorson)
1979 United States (Hale Irwin/John Mahaffey)
1978 United States (John Mahaffey/Andy North)
1977 Spain (Seve Ballesteros/Antonio Garrido)
1976 Spain (Seve Ballesteros/Manuel Pinero)
1975 United States (Johnny Miller/Lou Graham)
1974 South Africa (Bobby Cole/Dale Hayes)
1973 United States (Johnny Miller/Jack Nicklaus)
1972 Taiwan (Hsieh Min Nan/Lu Liang Huan)
1971 United States (Jack Nicklaus/Lee Trevino)
1970 Australia (David Graham/Bruce Devlin)
1969 United States (Orville Moody/Lee Trevino)
1968 Canada (Al Balding/George Knudson)
1967 United States (Jack Nicklaus/Arnold Palmer)
1966 United States (Jack Nicklaus/Arnold Palmer)
1965 South Africa (Gary Player/Harold Henning)
1964 United States (Jack Nicklaus/Arnold Palmer)
1963 United States (Jack Nicklaus/Arnold Palmer)
1962 United States (Arnold Palmer/Sam Snead)
1961 United States (Jimmy Demaret/Sam Snead)
1960 United States (Arnold Palmer/Sam Snead)
1959 Australia (Del Nagle/Peter Thompson)
1958 Ireland (Harry Bradshaw/Christy O'Connor)
1957 Japan (Torakichi Nakamura/Koichi Ono)
1956 United States (Ben Hogan/Sam Snead)
1955 United States (Ed Furgol/Chick Harbert)
1954 Australia (Kel Nagle/Peter Thompson)
1953 Argentina (Antonio Cerda/Roberto de Vicenzo)
* - Won in Playoff
# - Weather Shortened

 

 

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