1991 World Cup (men's golf)

The 1991 World Cup took place 31 October – 3 November 1991 at the Le Querce Golf Club, name later changed to Golf Nazionale, 30 miles north of Rome, Italy. It was the 37th World Cup event. The tournament was a 72-hole stroke play team event with 32 teams. Each team consisted of two players from a country. The combined score of each team determined the team results. The Swedish team of Anders Forsbrand and Per-Ulrik Johansson won by one stroke over the Wales team of Ian Woosnam and Phillip Price. The individual competition was won by Woosnam. This was the second team victory in professiomal golf within a month for Sweden, winning also the 1991 Dunhill Cup for three-men teams, were the Swedish team also included Forsbrand and Johansson.

1991 World Cup
Tournament information
Dates31 October – 3 November
LocationRome, Italy
Course(s)Le Querce Golf Club
Format72 holes stroke play
combined score
Statistics
Par72
Length7,030 yards (6,430 m)
Field32 two-man teams
CutNone
Prize fundUS$1.1 million
Winner's share$240,000 team
$75,000 individual
Champion
 Sweden
Anders Forsbrand & Per-Ulrik Johansson
563 (−13)
← 1990
1992 →

TeamsEdit

Country Players
  Argentina Rubén Alvarez and Eduardo Romero
  Australia Rodger Davis and Mike Harwood
  Austria Marcus Burger and Oswald Gartenmaier
  Belgium Olivier Buysse and Michel Van Meerbeek
  Brazil João Cortez and Rafael Navarro
  Canada Dave Barr and Dan Halldorson
  Colombia Eduardo Arévalo and Iván Rengifo
  Denmark Jacob Rasmussen and Anders Sørensen
  England Nick Faldo and Steven Richardson
  Finland Anssi Kankkonen and Mikael Piltz
  France Marc Farry and Jean van de Velde
  Germany Torsten Giedeon and Bernhard Langer
  Ireland Eamonn Darcy and Ronan Rafferty
  Italy Giuseppe Calì and Constantino Rocca
  Japan Satoshi Higashi and Nobuo Serizawa
  Malaysia Marimuthu Ramayah and Indero Yusof
  Mexico Rafael Alarcon and Carlos Espinoza
  Netherlands Willem Swart and Chris van der Velde
  New Zealand Frank Nobilo and Greg Turner
  Norway Per Haugsrud and Gard Midtwåge
  Paraguay Ángel Giménez and Jorge Murdoch
  Philippines A Fernando and Mario Siodina
  Portugal Daniel Silva and David Silva
  Scotland Colin Montgomerie and Sam Torrance
  South Korea Choi Sang-ho and Park Nam-sin
  Spain Seve Ballesteros and José Rivero
  Sweden Anders Forsbrand and Per-Ulrik Johansson
   Switzerland André Bossert and Paolo Quirici
  United States Wayne Levi and Joey Sindelar
  Venezuela Francisco Alvarado and Ramón Muñoz
  Wales Phillip Price and Ian Woosnam
  Zimbabwe William Koen and Timothy Price

ScoresEdit

Team

# Country Score To par Money (US$)
(per team)
1   Sweden 142-148-134-139=563 −13 240,000
2   Wales 142-144-139-139=564 −12 120,000
3   Scotland 144-141-140-142=567 −9 88,000
T4   England 137-146-148-139=570 −6
  Germany 138-144-149-139=570
T6   New Zealand 146-140-141-144=571 −5 35,000
  Spain 141-138-143-149=571
T8   Canada 144-147-139-144=574 −2 19,333
  Ireland 147-139-146-142=574
  Japan 142-145-145-142=574
11    Switzerland 143-146-140-146=575 −1
T12   Australia 150-145-141-142=578 +2
  Italy 150-143-141-144=578
  United States 147-143-142-146=578
15   France 146-147-143-143=579 +3
16   Norway 148-144-147-143=582 +6
17   Mexico 150-139-149-145=583 +7
T18   Denmark 142-151-142-149=584 +8
  South Korea 143-155-140-146=584
T20   Argentina 144-142-151-148=585 +9
  Netherlands 147-144-145-149=585
22   Portugal 158-143-147-144=592 +16
23   Philippines 150-147-147-150=594 +18
24   Finland 152-147-149-147=595 +19
25   Zimbabwe 154-149-146-154=603 +27
26   Colombia 154-151-149-152=606 +30
27   Brazil 164-146-144-154=608 +32
28   Paraguay 151-151-154-155=611 +35
29   Malaysia 155-149-158-153=615 +39
30   Austria 156-155-156-151=618 +42
31   Venezuela 159-158-146-163=626 +50
32   Belgium 165-163-154-165=647 +71

[1][2]

International Trophy

# Player Country Score To par Money (US$)
1 Ian Woosnam   Wales 70-69-67-67=273 −15 75,000
2 Bernhard Langer   Germany 69-69-71-67=276 −12 50,000
3 Anders Forsbrand   Sweden 73-73-65-68=279 −9 40,000
T4 Seve Ballesteros   Spain 68-69-71-72=280 −8 25,000
André Bossert    Switzerland 71-71-70-68=280
6 Sam Torrance   Scotland 71-71-66-73=281 −7 15,000
7 Anders Sørensen   Denmark 69-73-69-72=283 −5
T8 Dave Barr   Canada 72-72-70-70=284 −4
Rodger Davis   Australia 74-70-69-71=284
Satoshi Higashi   Japan 73-71-73-67=284
Per-Ulrik Johansson   Sweden 69-75-69-71=284
Steven Richardson   England 69-73-74-68=284

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Golf World Cup". The Canberra Times. Australian Capital Territory, Australia. 6 November 1991. p. 38. Retrieved 28 December 2019 – via Trove.
  2. ^ "Tävling". Svensk Golf (in Swedish). December 1991. pp. 52–57.

Coordinates: 42°14′N 12°17′E / 42.233°N 12.283°E / 42.233; 12.283