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Friday, 19 March 2010

Facts and figures from 2000 onwards, when the event came under the umbrella of the World Golf Championships

Winners: 
2000 – USA (David Duval and Tiger Woods)
2001 – South Afrrica – (Ernie Els and Retief Goosen)
2002 – Japan (Toshimitsu Izawa and Shigeki Maruyama)
2003 – South Africa (Trevor Immelman and Rory Sabbatini)
2004  - England (Paul Casey and Luke Donald)
2005 – Wales – (Stephen Dodd and Bradley Dredge)

Lowest  four-ball score: 57 (-15)
Argentina (Angel Cabrera and Eduardo Romero) and New Zealand (Frank Nobilo and Greg Turner), 2000;
USA  (Phil Mickelson and David Toms), 2002

Lowest foursome score: 61 (-10)
Argentina (Angel Cabrera and Ricardo Gonzalez)

Lowest first 18 hole score: 57 (-15)
Argentina (Angel Cabrera and Eduardo Romero) and New Zealand (Frank Nobilo and Greg Turner), 2000

Lowest first 36 hole score: 124 (-20)
Argentina (Angel Cabrera and Eduardo Romero) and New Zealand (Frank Nobilo and Greg Turner), 2000

Lowest first 54 hole score: 186 (-30)
USA (David Duval and Tiger Woods), 2000 and Japan (Toshimitsu Izawa and Shigeki Maruyama), 2002

Lowest 72 hole score: 252 (-36)
Japan (Toshimitsu Izawa and Shigeki Maruyama), 2002 

Play-offs:  2001
South Africa (Ernie Els and Retief Goosen) beat Denmark (Thomas Björn and Søren Hansen), New Zealand (Michael Campbell and David Smail) and USA (David Duval and Tiger Woods)

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