Thursday, 18 September 2003
PAST RESULTS OF THE WORLD CUP

As World Cup of Golf

1953 Argentina (Roberto De Vicenzo/Antonio Cerda) Montreal, Canada
1954 Australia (Peter Thomson/Kel Nagle) Montreal, Canada
1955 United States (Ed Furgol/Chick Harbert) Washington, DC, USA
1956 United States (Ben Hogan/Sam Snead) Wentworth, Surrey, England
1957 Japan (Torakichi Nakamura/Koichi Ono) Tokyo, Japan
1958 Ireland (Harry Bradshaw/Christy O’Connor) Mexico City, Mexico
1959 Australia (Peter Thomson/Kel Nagle) Melbourne, Australia
1960 United States (Arnold Palmer/Sam Snead) Dublin, Ireland
1961 United States (Sam Snead/Jimmy Demaret) Dorado, Puerto Rico
1962 United States (Arnold Palmer/Sam Snead) Buenos Aires, Argentina
1963 United States (Jack Nicklaus/Arnold Palmer) Paris, France
1964 United States (Jack Nicklaus/Arnold Palmer) Maui, Hawaii, USA
1965 South Africa (Gary Player/Harold Henning) Madrid, Spain
1966 United States (Jack Nicklaus/Arnold Palmer) Tokyo, Japan
1967 United States (Jack Nicklaus/Arnold Palmer) Mexico City, Mexico
1968 Canada (Al Balding/George Knudson) Roma, Italy
1969 United States (Lee Trevino/Orville Moody) Singapore
1970 Australia (David Graham/Bruce Devlin) Buenos Aires, Argentina
1971 United States (Jack Nicklaus/Lee Trevino) Palm Beach, USA
1972 Taiwan (Hsieh Min-Nan/Lu Liang-Huan) Melbourne, Australia
1973 United States (Johnny Miller/Jack Nicklaus) Marbella, Spain
1974 South Africa (Bobby Cole/Dale Hayes) Caracas, Venezuela
1975 United States (Johnny Miller/Lou Graham Bangkok, Thailand
1976 Spain (Manuel Pinero/Seve Ballesteros) Palm Springs, CA, USA
1977 Spain (Antonio Garrido/Seve Ballesteros) Manila, Philippines
1978 United States (John Mahaffey/Andy North) Princeville Makai, Hawaii, USA
1979 United States (John Mahaffey/Hale Irwin) Athens, Greece
1980 Canada (Dan Halldorson/Jim Nelford) Bogota, Colombia
1981 No Tournament
1982 Spain (Manual Pinero/Jose-Maria Canizares) Acapulco, Mexico
1983 United States (Rex Caldwell/John Cook) Jakarta, Indonesia
1984 Spain (Jose-Maria Canizares/Jose Rivero) Rome, Italy
1985 Canada (Dave Barr/Dan Halldorson) La Quinta, CA, USA
1986 No Tournament
1987 Wales (Ian Woosnam/David Llewellyn) Maui, Hawaii, USA
1988 United States (Ben Crenshaw/Mark McCumber) Melbourne, Australia
1989 Australia (Peter Fowler/Wayne Grady) Marbella, Spain
1990 Germany (Bernhard Langer/Torsten Giedeon) Orlando, FL, USA
1991 Sweden (Per-Ulrik Johansson/Anders Forsbrand) Roma, Italy
1992 United States (Fred Couples/Davis Love III) Madrid, Spain
1993 United States (Fred Couples/Davis Love III) Orlando, FL, USA
1994 United States (Fred Couples/Davis Love III) Dorado, Puerto Rico
1995 United States (Fred Couples/Davis Love III) Shenzhan, China
1996 South Africa (Ernie Els/Wayne Westner) Cape Town, South Africa
1997 Ireland (Padraig Harrington/Paul McGinley) Kiawah Is., SC, USA
1998 England (Nick Faldo/David Carter Auckland, NZ
1999 United States (Tiger Woods/Mark O’Meara) Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

As World Golf Championships-World Cup

2000 United States (Tiger Woods/David Duval) Buenos Aires, Argentina
2001 South Africa (Ernie Els/Retief Goosen) Gotemba City, Japan
2002 Japan (ShigekiMaruyama/Toshi Izawa) Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

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