1992 Eisenhower Trophy

The 1992 Eisenhower Trophy took place October 1 to 4 at Capilano Golf & Country Club and Marine Drive Golf Club near Vancouver, Canada. It was the 18th World Amateur Team Championship for the Eisenhower Trophy. The tournament was a 72-hole stroke play team event with 49 four-man teams, 10 more than the previous highest, which was 39. The best three scores for each round counted towards the team total. The leading teams played the third round at Marine Drive and the final round at Capilano. This was the first time two courses were used for the championship.

1992 Eisenhower Trophy
Tournament information
DatesOctober 1–4
LocationVancouver, Canada
49°15′39″N 123°06′50″W / 49.26083°N 123.11389°W / 49.26083; -123.11389
Course(s)Capilano Golf & Country Club
Marine Drive Golf Club
Format72 holes stroke play
Statistics
Par70 (Capilano)
70 (Marine Drive)
Field49 teams
195 players
Champion
 New Zealand
Michael Campbell, Grant Moorhead,
Stephen Scahill & Phil Tataurangi
823 (−17)
Location Map
Marine Drive Golf Club is located in Canada
Marine Drive Golf Club
Marine Drive Golf Club
Location in Canada
Marine Drive Golf Club is located in British Columbia
Marine Drive Golf Club
Marine Drive Golf Club
Location in British Columbia
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New Zealand won the Eisenhower Trophy for the first time, finishing seven strokes ahead of the silver medalists, United States. Australia and France tied for third place and took bronze medals. Phil Tataurangi had the lowest individual score, 9-under-par 271, one stroke better than fellow-New Zealander Michael Campbell.

TeamsEdit

49 teams contested the event. Each team had four players with the exception of India who only had three.

The following table lists the players on the leading teams.[1]

Country Players
  Australia David Armstrong, Steve Collins, Stephen Leaney, Lucas Parsons
  Canada Graham Cooke, Todd Fanning, Darren Ritchie, Doug Roxburgh
  France Grégoire Brizay, Christian Cévaër, Sébastien Delagrange, Frédéric Cupillard
  Germany Ulrich Eckhardt, Thomas Himmel, Hans-Günter Reiter, Jan-Erik Schapmann
  Great Britain
&   Ireland
Raymond Burns, Bradley Dredge, Dean Robertson, Matt Stanford
  Netherlands Willem-Oege Goslings, Rolf Muntz, Bart Nolte, Michael Vogel
  New Zealand Michael Campbell, Grant Moorhead, Stephen Scahill, Phil Tataurangi
  Norway Reidar Brekke, Knut Ekjord, Øyvind Rojahn, Hans-Helge Strøm-Olsen
  Spain Carlos Beautell, Ignacio Garrido, Alvaro Prat, Francisco Valera
  Sweden Fredrik Andersson, Max Anglert, Niclas Fasth, Rickart Strongert
  United States Allen Doyle, David Duval, Justin Leonard, Jay Sigel

ScoresEdit

# Country Score To par
1   New Zealand 205-203-208-207=823 −17
2   United States 206-205-203-216=830 −10
T3   Australia 205-207-219-211=842 +2
  France 204-218-208-212=842
5   Sweden 209-213-215-211=848 +8
6   Germany 213-213-217-206=849 +9
7   Great Britain
&   Ireland
206-218-209-217=850 +10
T8   Netherlands 215-221-214-212=862 +22
  Norway 213-218-212-219=862
  Spain 214-224-212-212=862
11   Canada 213-208-225-217=863 +23
12   Italy 212-221-214-218=865 +25
13   Denmark 210-218-218-220=866 +26
14   Chinese Taipei 214-212-213-232=871 +31
15    Switzerland 214-219-223-218=874 +34
16   Philippines 214-219-221-221=875 +35
T17   Brazil 217-220-215-224=876 +36
  Greece 213-223-221-219=876
  Zimbabwe 219-216-212-229=876
20   Belgium 218-219-215-227=879 +39
21   Japan 221-221-219-219=880 +40
22   Colombia 215-217-220-233=885 +45
23   Austria 221-221-219-225=886 +46
24   South Korea 222-223-220-222=887 +47
25   Argentina 220-219-221-228=888 +48
26   Finland 220-221-220-228=889 +49
27   Portugal 217-222-219-233=891 +51
28   Hong Kong 218-227-223-226=894 +54
29   Mexico 223-218-224-231=896 +56
30   Malaysia 224-224-220-230=898 +58
T31   India 225-222-231-225=903 +63
  Puerto Rico 214-228-229-232=903
33   Chile 224-220-229-233=906 +66
34   Pakistan 229-220-235-223=907 +67
35   Costa Rica 218-238-225-227=908 +68
T36   Morocco 234-225-232-225=916 +76
  Singapore 223-238-227-228=916
38   Peru 223-233-230-233=919 +79
39   Bahamas 231-231-227-237=926 +86
40   Bermuda 230-234-239-234=937 +97
41   Ivory Coast 228-227-248-235=938 +98
42   Czechoslovakia 224-245-236-236=941 +101
43   Luxembourg 231-240-238-249=958 +118
44   Papua New Guinea 232-250-251-237=970 +130
45   Israel 238-244-241-248=971 +131
T46   Guatemala 241-237-251-246=975 +135
  Nicaragua 246-240-247-242=975
48   Cook Islands 250-251-248-250=999 +159
49   El Salvador 260-254-258-254=1026 +186

Source:[2][3][4][5][6]

Individual leadersEdit

There was no official recognition for the lowest individual scores.

# Player Country Score To par
1 Phil Tataurangi   New Zealand 67-67-68-69=271 −9
2 Michael Campbell   New Zealand 67-66-70-69=272 −8
3 David Duval   United States 69-68-65-71=273 −7
4 Lucas Parsons   Australia 69-65-74-68=276 −4
5 Niclas Fasth   Sweden 69-68-73-67=277 −3
T6 Christian Cévaër   France 69-70-68-71=278 −2
Justin Leonard   United States 70-66-70-72=278
8 Michael Vogel   Netherlands 71-71-69-68=279 −1
T9 Allen Doyle   United States 67-72-68-73=280 E
Matt Stanford   Great Britain
&   Ireland
71-70-66-73=280

Source:[2][5]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Record Book 1992 World Amateur Golf Team Championships" (PDF). World Amateur Golf Council. Archived from the original (PDF) on 3 November 2018. Retrieved 3 November 2018.
  2. ^ a b "International Results". The Canberra Times. Vol. 67, no. 20, 995. Australian Capital Territory, Australia. 6 October 1992. p. 18. Retrieved 4 November 2018 – via National Library of Australia.
  3. ^ "Golf: Eisenhower Trophy World Amateur Teams Championship: 3rd Round". The Sydney Morning Herald. October 5, 1992. p. 32 – via newspapers.com.
  4. ^ "Golf: World Amateur: 3rd Round". Calgary Herald. October 4, 1992. p. E4 – via newspapers.com.
  5. ^ a b "World Men's Amateur". The Province. October 6, 1992. p. 42 – via newspapers.com.
  6. ^ "Golf: Eisenhower Trophy Men's World Amateur Teams C'ship". The Sydney Morning Herald. October 6, 1992. p. 43 – via newspapers.com.

External linksEdit

Coordinates: 49°15′39″N 123°06′50″W / 49.26083°N 123.11389°W / 49.26083; -123.11389