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St. Andrews, Old Course
Fife, Scotland 08 Oct 1998 - 11 Oct 1998
Alfred Dunhill Cup Announcement
English luxury goods company, have announced the sixteen countries selected by the International Advisory Committee to play in the Alfred Dunhill Cup at St. Andrews, October 8-11, 1998.
South Africa wins
South Africa became only the second team in the 14-year history of the Alfred Dunhill Cup to make a successful defence of their title over the famous Old Course at St.Andrews
It was a case of same team, same tournament, same venue and same result as Ernie Els, Retief Goosen and captain David Frost lifted the glittering prize for the second year in a row.
South Africa squeezed home 2-1 against Sweden a year ago, but this time all three players enjoyed the experience of winning in the final against a plucky Spanish side.
All Star Line-up
The Alfred Dunhill Cup International Advisory Committee have announced the players selected to represent the sixteen countries competing in the fourteenth Alfred Dunhill Cup over the Old Course at St. Andrews, October 8-11.
South Africa, the defending champions, will be fielding the same team that won the Alfred Dunhill Cup for the first time last year - Ernie Els, the World No.3, David Frost and Retief Goosen.
Alfred Dunhill Cup teams decided
The final places for the three-man teams representing England, Ireland and Scotland in the Alfred Dunhill Cup to be played at St Andrews on October 11 have been decided after the German Open.
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