Tavistock Cup 2007 Next Event

The 2007 Tavistock Cup will be played at Lake Nona Golf & Country Club on March 26 and 27.

Played in a team competition, contestants compete for more than $2.5 million. On Par 3s, hole-in-one prizes include automobiles, boats, jewelry and more.

Team Captains are Mark O'Meara and Ernie Els. The first team to tee off will be Islesworth's Tiger Woods and John Cook against Lake Nona's Henrik Stenson and Chris DiMarco.


Round 1 Better Ball
All Times Eastern

Isleworth Lake Nona
Match 1 Tiger Woods vs. Henrik Stenson
11:05 a.m. John Cook Chris DiMarco

Match 2 Robert Allenby vs. Justin Rose
11:20 a.m. Craig Parry Ian Poulter

Match 3 Stuart Appleby vs. Retief Goosen
11:35 a.m. Nick O’Hern Trevor Immelman

Match 4 Lee Janzen vs. Graeme McDowell
11:50 a.m. Scott Hoch Ben Curtis

Match 5 Mark O’Meara vs. Ernie Els
12:05 p.m. Charles Howell III Mark McNulty

Round 1 will be Fourball Medal Match Play. Within the fourball, the two-person team with the lowest 18-hole better ball total will win the match. Each win is worth 2 points, a tie is worth 1 point and a loss is worth 0 points. In total, there will be 10 points awarded for Round 1.

Round 2 Singles
All Times Eastern
Isleworth Lake Nona

Group 1 Mark O’Meara vs. Ben Curtis
11:05 a.m. Mark O’Meara vs. Mark McNulty
John Cook vs. Ben Curtis
John Cook vs. Mark McNulty

Group 2 Lee Janzen vs. Graeme McDowell
11:20 a.m. Lee Janzen vs. Chris DiMarco
Scott Hoch vs. Graeme McDowell
Scott Hoch vs. Chris DiMarco

Group 3 Robert Allenby vs. Trevor Immelman
11:35 a.m. Robert Allenby vs. Justin Rose
Nick O’Hern vs. Trevor Immelman
Nick O’Hern vs. Justin Rose

Group 4 Stuart Appleby vs. Henrik Stenson
11:50 a.m. Stuart Appleby vs. Ian Poulter
Craig Parry vs. Henrik Stenson
Craig Parry vs. Ian Poulter

Group 5 Tiger Woods vs. Ernie Els
12:05 p.m. Tiger Woods vs. Retief Goosen
Charles Howell III vs. Ernie Els
Charles Howell III vs. Retief Goosen

Round 2 will be Fourball Singles Medal Match Play. Each player in the group plays an 18-hole stroke play singles match against each of the opposing two players; therefore, each player plays two singles matches. A win is worth 1 point, a tie is worth ½ point, and a loss is worth 0 points. In total, there will be 20 points awarded for Round 2.

As a result, it will take 15 ½ points to win the Tavistock Cup and be crowned World Golf and Country Club Champion.

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