Teams for the World Cup of Golf

Melbourne, Nov 20 (IANS): A total of 26 teams will participate in the World Cup of Golf which gets underway here Thursday.

The following are the teams which will participate at the par-71, 6,421-metre Royal Melbourne composite course (lowest combined 72-hole team scores win):

Argentina: Emiliano Grillo, Fabian Gomez.
Australia: Adam Scott, Jason Day.
Brazil: Adilson da Silva, Alexandre Rocha.
Canada: Brad Fritsch, David Hearn.
Chile: Felipe Aguilar, Mark Tullo.
China: Liang Wenchong, Wu Ashun.
Denmark: Thomas Bjorn, Thorbjorn Oleson.
England: Danny Willett, Chris Wood.
Finland: Mikko Korhonen, Roope Kakko.
France: Gregory Bourdy, Victor Dubuisson.
Germany: Marcel Siem, Maximilian Kieffer.
India: Anirban Lahiri, Gaganjeet Bhullar.
Ireland: Shane Lowry, Graeme McDowell.
Italy: Francesco Molinari, Matteo Manassero.
Japan: Ryo Ishikawa, Hideto Tanihara.
Netherlands: Robert-Jan Derksen, Tim Sluiter.
New Zealand: Michael Hendry, Tim Wilkinson.
Philippines: Angelo Que, Tony Lascuna.
Portugal: Jose-Filipe Lima, Ricardo Santos.
Scotland: Martin Laird, Stephen Gallacher.
South Africa: Branden Grace, George Coetzee.
South Korea: K.J. Choi, Bae Sang-moon.
Spain: Miguel A. Jimenez, Rafael Cabrera Bello.
Sweden: Jonas Blixt, Peter Hanson.
Thailand: Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Prayad Marksaeng.
United States: Matt Kuchar, Kevin Streelman.


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