1995 World Cup of Golf

The 1995 World Cup of Golf took place 9–12 November at the Mission Hills Golf Club in Shenzhen, Dongguan, Guangdong, China. It was the 41st World Cup. The tournament was a 72-hole stroke play team event with each team consisting of two players from a country. The combined score of each team determined the team results. Individuals also competed for the International Trophy. The prize money totaled $1,500,000 with $400,000 going to the winning pair and $100,000 to the top individual. The United States team of Fred Couples and Davis Love won, for a record fourth time in a row with the same players in the team, by 14 strokes over the Australia team of Brett Ogle and Robert Allenby. Love took the International Trophy after a playoff over Hisayuki Sasaki of Japan.

Golf tournament
1995 World Cup of Golf
Tournament information
Dates 9–12 November
Location Shenzhen, Dongguan, Guangdong, China


Course(s) Mission Hills Golf Club, Shenzhen, World Cup Course
Format 72 holes stroke play
combined score
Par 72
Length 7,039 yards (6,436 m)
Field 32 two-man teams
Cut None
Prize fund US$1,300,000 team
US$200,000 individual
Winner’s share $400,000 team
$100,000 individual
 United States
Fred Couples & Davis Love III
543 (−33)
Location Map

Mission Hills Golf Club
Location in China

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Mission Hills Golf Club
Location in Guangdong

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Country Players
 Argentina Eduardo Romero and César Monasterio
 Australia Robert Allenby and Brett Ogle
 Canada Rick Gibson and Jim Rutledge
 China Zhang Lianwei and Cheng Jun
 Colombia Jesús Amaya and Angel Romero
 Denmark Steen Tinning and Anders Sørensen
 England Paul Broadhurst and Mark Roe
 Finland Anssi Kankkonen and Kalle Väinölä
 France Jean van de Velde and Jean-Louis Guépy
 Germany Alex Čejka and Sven Strüver
 Ireland Darren Clarke and Philip Walton
 Italy Silvio Grappasonni and Costantino Rocca
 Japan Hiroshi Gohda and Hisayuki Sasaki
 Malaysia Ali Kadir and Marimuthu Ramayah
 Mexico Rafael Alarcón and Esteban Toledo
 Netherlands Rolf Muntz and Joost Steenkamer
 New Zealand Frank Nobilo and Michael Campbell
 Paraguay Gregorio Nelson Cabrera and Marco Ruiz
 Peru Luis Felipe Graf and Niceforo Quispe
 Philippines Frankie Miñoza and Robert Pctolerin
 Scotland Andrew Coltart and Sam Torrance
 South Africa Hendrik Buhrmann and Retief Goosen
 South Korea Choi Sang-ho and Choi Kwang-soo
 Spain Ignacio Garrido and Santiago Luna
 Sri Lanka Nandasena Perera and Koswinna Chandradasa
 Sweden Jarmo Sandelin and Jesper Parnevik
  Switzerland André Bossert and Paolo Quirici
 Thailand Thammanoon Sriroj and Udorn Duangdecha
 United States Fred Couples and Davis Love III
 Venezuela Henrique Lavie and Emilio Miartuz
 Wales Mark Mouland and Phillip Price
 Zimbabwe Tony Johnstone and Mark McNulty


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