1999 World Cup of Golf

The 1999 World Cup of Golf took place 18–21 November at the Mines Resort and Golf Club in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It was the 45th World Cup. The tournament was a 72-hole stroke play team event (32 teams) with each team consisting of two players from a country. The combined score of each team determined the team results. Individuals also competed for the International Trophy.[1] The prize money totaled $1,500,000 with $400,000 going to the winning pair and $100,000 to the top individual. The American team of Mark O'Meara and Tiger Woods won by five strokes over the Spanish team of Santiago Luna and Miguel Ángel Martín. Woods also took the International Trophy with the best total individual score in tournament history and by a tournament record margin of nine strokes over Frank Nobilo of New Zealand.

1999 World Cup of Golf
Tournament information
Dates18–21 November
LocationKuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Course(s)Mines Resort and Golf Club
Format72 holes stroke play
combined score
Statistics
Par71
Length6,807 yards (6,224 m)
Field32 two-man teams
CutNone
Prize fundUS$1,300,000 team
US$200,000 individual
Winner's shareUS$400,000 team
US$100,000 individual
Champion
 United States
Mark O'Meara & Tiger Woods
545 (−23)
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TeamsEdit

Country Players
  Argentina Ángel Cabrera and Eduardo Romero
  Australia Paul Gow and Terry Price
  Canada Arden Knoll and Ray Stewart
  Chile Guillermo Encina and Roy Mackenzie
  Colombia Jesús Amaya and Gustavo Mendoza
  Denmark Anders Hansen and Søren Kjeldsen
  England Peter Baker and Mark James
  Finland Mika Lehtinen and Kim Wiik
  France Marc Farry and Jean-François Remésy
  Germany Sven Strüver and Heinz-Peter Thül
  Ireland Pádraig Harrington and Paul McGinley
  Italy Emanuele Canonica and Costantino Rocca
  Jamaica Ralph Campbell and Peter Horrobin
  Japan Mitsuo Harada and Mamo Osanai
  Malaysia Periasamy Gunasegaran and Marimuthu Ramayah
  Mexico Rafael Alarcón and Jose Octavio Gonzalez
  Myanmar Kyi Hla Han and Soe Kyaw Naing
  Netherlands Maarten Lafeber and Joost Steenkamer
  New Zealand Frank Nobilo and Stephen Scahill
  Paraguay Raúl Fretes and Pedro Martínez
  Philippines Felix Casas and Marciano Pucay
  Puerto Rico Rafael Castrillo and Wilfredo Morales
  Scotland Colin Montgomerie and Dean Robertson
  South Africa David Frost and Richard Kaplan
  South Korea Kang Wook-soon and Kim Wan-tae
  Spain Santiago Luna and Miguel Ángel Martín
  Sweden Jarmo Sandelin and Patrik Sjöland
   Switzerland Carlos Duran and Steve Ray
  Taiwan Chen Liang-hsi and Tsai Chi-huang
  United States Mark O'Meara and Tiger Woods
  Wales David Park and Phillip Price
  Zimbabwe Tony Johnstone and Mark McNulty

Source[2]

ScoresEdit

Team

# Country Score To par Money (US$)
(per team)
1   United States 140-133-130-142=545 −23 400,000
2   Spain 140-132-138-140=550 −18 200,000
3   Ireland 141-139-139-135=554 −14 125,000
4   Argentina 141-137-138-139=555 −13 100,000
5   Sweden 146-131-140-139=556 −12 80,000
6   England 142-137-141-138=558 −10 60,000
T7   Japan 135-149-141-137=562 −6 38,500
  Zimbabwe 141-143-139-139=562
9   Wales 139-139-143-142=563 −5 28,000
10   New Zealand 146-138-144-136=564 −4 24,000
11   South Africa 145-140-138-143=566 −2 20,000
12   South Korea 150-139-142-136=567 −1 17,000
T13   Denmark 141-148-142-137=568 E 14,000
  Mexico 144-144-139-141=568
15   Scotland 145-142-140-144=571 +3 11,000
16   Australia 147-146-141-139=573 +5 10,000
17   Myanmar 149-141-142-142=574 +6 9,000
18   Philippines 144-146-146-139=575 +7 8,800
T19   Colombia 147-146-148-135=576 +8 8,500
  Netherlands 155-143-138-140=576
21   France 147-146-146-143=582 +14 8,200
22   Canada 148-146-140-149=583 +15 8,000
23   Paraguay 148-150-145-141=584 +16 7,800
T24   Germany 143-151-146-145=585 +17 7,500
   Switzerland 149-144-145-147=585
T26   Italy 150-146-147-143=586 +18 7,100
  Malaysia 146-151-147-142=586
28   Finland 146-150-153-143=592 +24 6,800
29   Puerto Rico 148-150-143-152=593 +25 6,600
30   Taiwan 155-142-141-156=594 +26 6,400
31   Chile 156-143-146-150=595 +27 6,200
32   Jamaica 148-155-156-156=615 +47 6,000

Source[2]

International Trophy

# Player Country Score To par Money (US$)
1 Tiger Woods   United States 67-68-63-65=263 −21 100,000
2 Frank Nobilo   New Zealand 69-68-68-67=272 −12 50,000
T3 Ángel Cabrera   Argentina 69-69-68-67=273 −11 16,667
Miguel Ángel Martín   Spain 69-66-70-68=273
Mamo Osanai   Japan 65-76-67-65=273
6 Kang Wook-soon   South Korea 69-70-68-68=275 −9
T7 Pádraig Harrington   Ireland 71-68-70-67=276 −8
Tony Johnstone   Zimbabwe 68-70-68-70=276
Phillip Price   Wales 68-67-68-73=276
T10 David Frost   South Africa 71-69-68-69=277 −7
Mark James   England 71-67-71-68=277
Santiago Luna   Spain 71-66-68-72=277
Patrik Sjöland   Sweden 72-66-69-70=277

Source[3][4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "International Goodwill through Golf at the World Cup of Golf". Retrieved 17 October 2012.
  2. ^ a b "World Cup of Golf Team results". PGA European Tour. 21 November 1999. Retrieved 17 October 2012.
  3. ^ "World Cup of Golf Individual Trophy results". PGA European Tour. 21 November 1999. Retrieved 17 October 2012.
  4. ^ 1999 World Cup of Golf, individual results European Tour