1986 Dunhill Cup

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1986 Dunhill Cup
Tournament information
Dates 25–28 September
Location St Andrews, Scotland
Course(s) Old Course at St Andrews
Format Match play
Statistics
Par 72
Length 6,933 yards (6,340 m)
Field 16 teams of 3 players
Prize fund US$1,000,000[1]
Winner's share US$300,000[2]
Champion
 Australia
(Rodger Davis, David Graham, Greg Norman)

The 1986 Dunhill Cup was the second Dunhill Cup. It was a team tournament featuring 16 countries, each represented by three players. The Cup was played 25–28 September at the Old Course at St Andrews in Scotland. The sponsor was the Alfred Dunhill company. The Australian team of Rodger Davis, David Graham, and Greg Norman beat the Japanese team of Tsuneyuki Nakajima, Naomichi Ozaki, and Tateo Ozaki in the final. It was the second win for the Australian team.

Format

The Cup was played as a single-elimination, match play event played over four days. The top eight teams were seeded[3] with the remaining teams randomly placed in the bracket. In each match, the three players were paired with their opponents and played 18 holes at medal match play. Tied matches were extended to a sudden-death playoff only if they affected the outcome between the two teams.[3]

Bracket

First round   Quarter-finals   Semi-finals   Final
1   United States 3  
  Zambia 0     1   United States 2  
8   Canada 2     8   Canada 1  
  Sweden 1       1   United States 1  
5   England 1       4   Japan 2  
  Argentina 2       Argentina 1
4   Japan 3     4   Japan 2  
  South Korea 0       4   Japan 0
2   Australia 3       2   Australia 3
  Italy 0     2   Australia 3  
7   Wales 3     7   Wales 0  
  New Zealand 0       2   Australia 2
6   Spain 1       3   Scotland 1  
  Ireland 2       Ireland 0 Third place
3   Scotland 3     3   Scotland 3   1   United States 1
  Indonesia 0   3   Scotland 2

Round by round scores

First round[4]

 United States – 3  Zambia – 0
Player Score Player Score
Raymond Floyd 72 P. Sinyama 81
Mark O'Meara 70 S. Mwanza 83
Lanny Wadkins 70 P. Tembo 79
 Canada – 2  Sweden – 1
Player Score Player Score
Dave Barr 69 Mats Lanner 74
Richard Zokol 75 Ove Sellberg 72
Dan Halldorson 69 Anders Forsbrand 71
 England – 1  Argentina – 2
Player Score Player Score
Howard Clark 70 Vicente Fernández 67
Gordon J. Brand 70 Adan Sowa 69
Nick Faldo 69 Armando Saavedra 72
 Japan – 3  South Korea – 0
Player Score Player Score
Tsuneyuki Nakajima 68 Choi Yoon-Soo 78
Tateo Ozaki 71 Choi Sang-Ho 79
Naomichi Ozaki 67 Cho Ho-Sang 74
 Australia – 3  Italy – 0
Player Score Player Score
Rodger Davis 65 Costantino Rocca 70
Greg Norman 67 Giuseppe Calì 77
David Graham 68 Baldovino Dassù 79
 Wales – 3  New Zealand – 0
Player Score Player Score
Mark Mouland 69 Greg Turner 77
Ian Woosnam 66 Frank Nobilo 71
Philip Parkin 69 Bob Charles 73
 Scotland – 3  Indonesia – 0
Player Score Player Score
Sam Torrance 68 Sumarno 76
Gordon Brand, Jnr 71 M. Naasim 83
Sandy Lyle 69 E. Tachyana 83
 Spain – 1  Ireland – 2
Player Score Player Score
Seve Ballesteros 74 Ronan Rafferty 67
José Rivero 71 David Feherty 73
José María Olazábal 73 Des Smyth 71

Quarter-finals[5]

 United States – 2  Canada – 1
Player Score Player Score
Mark O'Meara 72 Richard Zokol 76
Lanny Wadkins 68 Dave Barr 66
Raymond Floyd 69 Dan Halldorson 70
 Japan – 2  Argentina – 1
Player Score Player Score
Tsuneyuki Nakajima 67 Vicente Fernández 68
Naomichi Ozaki 69 Adan Sowa 71
Tateo Ozaki 72 Armando Saavedra 69
 Australia – 3  Wales – 0
Player Score Player Score
Rodger Davis 71 Mark Mouland 73
Greg Norman 67 Ian Woosnam 71
David Graham 68 Philip Parkin 69
 Scotland – 3  Ireland – 0
Player Score Player Score
Gordon Brand, Jnr 68 Ronan Rafferty 70
Sam Torrance 70 Des Smyth 72
Sandy Lyle 70 David Feherty 72

Semi-finals[1]

 United States – 1  Japan – 2
Player Score Player Score
Mark O'Meara 70 Tateo Ozaki 77
Lanny Wadkins 74 Naomichi Ozaki 69
Raymond Floyd 76 Tsuneyuki Nakajima 69
 Australia – 2  Scotland – 1
Player Score Player Score
Rodger Davis 72 Gordon Brand, Jnr 74
David Graham 70 Sandy Lyle 68
Greg Norman 70 Sam Torrance 72

Final[2]

 Australia – 3  Japan – 0
Player Score Player Score
Rodger Davis 76 Tateo Ozaki 81
David Graham 81 Naomichi Ozaki 82
Greg Norman 73 Tsuneyuki Nakajima 76

Third place[2]

 United States – 1  Scotland – 2
Player Score Player Score
Mark O'Meara 78 Gordon Brand, Jnr 75
Raymond Floyd 73 Sam Torrance 78
Lanny Wadkins 78 Sandy Lyle 73

Team results

Country Place W L Seed
 Australia 1 11 1 2
 Japan 2 7 5 4
 Scotland 3 9 3 3
 United States 4 7 5 1
 Argentina T5 3 3
 Canada T5 3 3 8
 Wales T5 3 3 7
 Ireland T5 2 4
 England T9 1 2 5
 Spain T9 1 2 6
 Sweden T9 1 2
 Indonesia T9 0 3
 Italy T9 0 3
 New Zealand T9 0 3
 South Korea T9 0 3
 Zambia T9 0 3

Player results

Country Player W L
 Australia Rodger Davis 4 0
 Australia Greg Norman 4 0
 Australia David Graham 3 1
 Japan Tsuneyuki Nakajima 3 1
 Japan Naomichi Ozaki 3 1
 Japan Tateo Ozaki 1 3
 Scotland Sandy Lyle 4 0
 Scotland Gordon Brand, Jnr 3 1
 Scotland Sam Torrance 2 2
 United States Raymond Floyd 3 1
 United States Mark O'Meara 3 1
 United States Lanny Wadkins 1 3
 Argentina Vicente Fernández 1 1
 Argentina Armando Saavedra 1 1
 Argentina Adan Sowa 1 1
 Canada Dave Barr 2 0
 Canada Dan Halldorson 1 1
 Canada Richard Zokol 0 2
 Ireland Ronan Rafferty 1 1
 Ireland Des Smyth 1 1
 Ireland David Feherty 0 2
 Wales Mark Mouland 1 1
 Wales Philip Parkin 1 1
 Wales Ian Woosnam 1 1
 England Nick Faldo 1 0
 England Gordon J. Brand 0 1
 England Howard Clark 0 1
 Spain José Rivero 1 0
 Spain Seve Ballesteros 0 1
 Spain José María Olazábal 0 1
 Indonesia M. Naasim 0 1
 Indonesia Sumarno 0 1
 Indonesia E. Tachyana 0 1
 Italy Giuseppe Calì 0 1
 Italy Baldovino Dassù 0 1
 Italy Costantino Rocca 0 1
 South Korea Cho Ho-Sang 0 1
 South Korea Choi Sang-Ho 0 1
 South Korea Choi Yoon-Soo 0 1
 New Zealand Bob Charles 0 1
 New Zealand Frank Nobilo 0 1
 New Zealand Greg Turner 0 1
 Sweden Ove Sellberg 1 0
 Sweden Anders Forsbrand 0 1
 Sweden Mats Lanner 0 1
 Zambia S. Mwanza 0 1
 Zambia P. Sinyama 0 1
 Zambia P. Tembo 0 1

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Japan ousts U.S. in Dunhill Cup". Eugene Register-Guard. Eugene, Oregon. AP. 28 September 1986. p. 3C. Retrieved 7 December 2012.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 "Australians sweep to victory in Dunhill Cup; Golf, Dunhill Cup". Ottawa Citizen. Ottawa, Canada. AP. 29 September 1986. pp. B2, B4. Retrieved 7 December 2012.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
  3. 3.0 3.1 Jacobs, Raymond (25 September 1986). "Close encounter of the giant kind, if they survive until semis". The Glasgow Herald. Glasgow, Scotland. p. 26. Retrieved 7 December 2012.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
  4. Jacobs, Raymond (26 September 1986). "England, Spain make a shock cup exit". The Glasgow Herald. Glasgow, Scotland. p. 30. Retrieved 7 December 2012.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
  5. Jacobs, Raymond (27 September 1986). "Scot's strong finish the key to victory". The Glasgow Herald. Glasgow, Scotland. p. 18. Retrieved 7 December 2012.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>

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