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Augusta, Georgia, USA 21 Nov 2003 - 23 Nov 2003
United States Retain UBS Cup after Tie at Sea Island
The closeness of international golf was perfectly illustrated on an extraordinary day in which the UBS Cup resulted in a 12-12 tie between the Rest of the World and the United States at Sea Island, Georgia, within hours of the Presidents Cup being shared in South Africa.
Mason and Longmuir in Perfect Harmony in UBS Cup
Rookies Carl Mason and Bill Longmuir, first and second respectively on the European Seniors Tour Order of Merit, capped a thrilling fightback by beating two Major Champions in Mark O’Meara and Craig Stadler as the Rest of the World maintained their one point lead over the United States in the UBS Cup at Sea Island, Georgia.
Rest of the World Lead USA in UBS Cup
Tony Jacklin’s Rest of the World team drew inspiration from their captain and six-time Major Champion, Nick Faldo, to take a narrow 3 ½ - 2 ½ lead over the United States into the second day of the UBS Cup at Sea Island, Georgia. Jacklin and Faldo set the tone for the foursomes by beating rival captain, Arnold Palmer, and Rocco Mediate on the last green.
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Rest of the World Team Chase First Win in UBS Cup
Seven Ryder Cup Captains, past and present, will assemble with a host of Major Champions and tournament winners for the third UBS Cup at the superb Seaside Course at Sea Island, Georgia, from November 21-23 as the Rest of the World attempt to win the trophy for the first time.
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