Spain 2 v Argentina 1
The Spanish gained entry into their second successive final with victory over the much fancied Argentinians. In the top match another fightback from Jose Maria Olazabal gained what looked an unlikely point after nine holes. A bogey-bogey finish from Cabrera made the task somewhat easier for Olazabal as the comeback king struck again. Eduardo Romero took the middle match by two for Argentina with a 69, but despite a birdie at the last, Jose Coceres fell one short of Miguel Angel Martin and Spain were through to the last Dunhill Cup final to take on the South African's.
South Africa 2 v Wales 0
South Africa advanced into the final of the Dunhill Cup with an impressive performance against Wales. The Welsh, it appeared, had run out of steam as Ian Woosnam fell by six to the 70 of David Frost and David Park recorded a 77 to the 69 of Ernie Els. In the final match Philip Price restored some pride, tying his match with Retief Goosen with a 4-under-par 68, but the morning belonged to South Africa.