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Tour News (posted 22nd November 1998)

World Cup of Golf - England wins

Auckland, New Zealand, World Cup of Golf final round scores (aggregate strokeplay, par-72):

568 England, David Carter 73 71 76 68 288, Nick Faldo 68 70 73 69 280 ($200,000 each);

570 Italy, Costantino Rocca 65 74 71 70 280, Massimo Florioli 74 77 71 68 290;

571 Argentina, Angel Cabrera 69 71 71 73 284, Ricardo Gonzalez 73 74 72 68 287,           Scotland, Colin Montgomerie 72 69 75 68 284, Andrew Coltart 70 74 77 66 287,
         USA, John Daly 70 77 77 68 292, Scott Verplank 70 72 74 63 279;

572 Ireland, Padraig Harrington 72 72 72 71 287, Paul McGinley 67 76 73 69 285;

573 New Zealand, Frank Nobilo 72 76 73 70 291, Greg Turner 73 71 70 68 282,             Zimbabwe, Mark McNulty 67 79 73 67 285, Tony Johnstone 72 73 73 70 288;

574 Australia, Peter O'Malley 69 73 74 67 283, Richard Green 69 73 77 72 291;

579 Spain, Santiago Luna 71 74 77 68 290, Miguel Angel Martin 76 70 74 69 289;

580 Sweden, Patrik Sjoland 68 77 74 63 282, Mathias Gronberg 70 80 77 71 298,            Japan, Mitsutaka Kusakabe 70 80 80 69 299, Yasuharu Imano 64 75 75 67 281;

581 Canada, Ian Leggatt 69 70 76 69 284, Rick Gibson 71 76 77 73 297,
         Colombia, Rigoberto Velasquez 72 77 73 74 296, Gustavo Mendoza 70 76 74 65 285;

583 France, Jean Van de Velde 72 75 72 70 289, Thomas Levet 69 76 75 74 294;

589 South Africa, David Frost 66 74 75 71 286, Nic Henning 71 73 80 79 303,
         Chile, Roy Mackenzie 68 78 76 74 296, Guillermo Encina 72 73 77 71 293;

590 Wales, Ian Woosnam 70 74 81 71 296, Phillip Price 72 79 72 71 294;

592 Germany, Thomas Goegele 73 79 78 73 303, Sven Struver 69 74 76 70 289;

593 Switzerland, Paolo Quirici 75 74 70 72 291, Christophe Bovet 73 79 74 76 302,
        Paraguay, Felix Franco 71 78 76 73 298, Pedro Martinez 75 71 76 73 295;

599 Denmark, Soren Hansen 74 76 78 74 302, Soren Kjeldsen 75 76 76 71 297;

602 Rep of Korea, Young Suk Kwon 74 77 76 77 304, Kwang Soo Choi 77 69 77 75 298, Norway, Per Haugsrud 74 81 76 76 307, Oyvind Rojahn 72 75 75 73 295;

603 Mexico, Esteban Toledo 72 72 76 70 290, Cesar Perez 80 78 81 74 313;

604 Malaysia, Periasamy Gunasagaran 71 74 82 74 301, Ali Kadir 71 79 75 78 303;

607 Austria, Claude Grenier 72 73 81 70 296, Karl Ableidinger 74 80 80 77 311;

613 Brazil, Acacio Jorge 73 78 75 71 297, Ruberlei Felizardo 75 80 85 76 316;

614 Venezuala, Damaso Galban 77 80 81 76 316, Miguel Martinez 75 74 78 71 298;

626 Jamaica, Seymour Rose 80 84 80 80 324, Delroy Cambridge 72 79 80 71 302;

643 Holland, Ruben Wechgelaer 90 81 89 81 341, Hayo Bensdorp 73 80 76 73 302;

647 Luxembourg, John Penning 75 80 84 76 315 John Pickford 84 83 86 79 332.

Individual: 279 Verplank (US) 70 72 74 63 ($100,000);

280 Faldo (Eng) 68 70 73 69, Rocca (Ital) 65 74 71 70;

281 Imano (Jap) 64 75 75 67.


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