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1998 Presidents Cup

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Dates  11–13 December 1998
20½  11½
International  20½
1998 Presidents Cup
Venue  Royal Melbourne Golf Club
Location  Black Rock, Victoria, Australia
Captains  Peter Thomson (International) Jack Nicklaus (USA)

The 1998 Presidents Cup Matches were held 11–13 December in Australia at the Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Black Rock, Victoria, a suburb southeast of Melbourne. The International team won the competition by a margin of 20½–11½. This was the first time the International team won the competition, and through 2015, is their sole victory. The honorary chairman was Australian Prime Minister John Howard. It was the third Presidents Cup competition and the first held outside the United States. The competition returned to Royal Melbourne in 2011.

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Format

Both teams had 12 players plus a non-playing captain. On the first and second day foursomes were played in the morning and four-ball was played in the afternoon. On the third day only singles were played.

Team International

Captain: Peter Thomson

  • Stuart Appleby
  • Steve Elkington
  • Ernie Els
  • Carlos Franco
  • Shigeki Maruyama
  • Frank Nobilo
  • Greg Norman
  • Naomichi "Joe" Ozaki
  • Craig Parry
  • Nick Price
  • Vijay Singh
  • Greg Turner
  • Team United States

    Captain: Jack Nicklaus

  • Mark Calcavecchia
  • Fred Couples
  • David Duval
  • Jim Furyk
  • Scott Hoch
  • John Huston
  • Lee Janzen
  • Justin Leonard
  • Davis Love III
  • Phil Mickelson
  • Mark O'Meara
  • Tiger Woods
  • References

    1998 Presidents Cup Wikipedia


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