World Cup of Golf host courses

Real Moraleja (2)

13th Central Spain - Best in Area 63rd Spain Ranking

Real Club La Moraleja's No.2 course is long – over 7,000 yards in length – with only two of the ten par fours measuring less than 400 yards.

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Real Sevilla

5th Southern Spain - Best in Area 7th Spain Ranking 51st Continental Europe Ranking

Real Club de Golf de Sevilla opened for play in 1991 and in 2004 it was the host venue for the World Golf Championships (formerly the World Cup of Golf).

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Royal Melbourne (East)

5th Victoria - Best in Area 11th Australia Ranking 14th Oceania Ranking

While it does not quite offer the grand theatre of the West, Royal Melbourne's East is still a fantastic golfing experience and holds its own versus all other courses in the Melbourne area.

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Taiheiyo (Gotemba)

3rd Chubu - Best in Area 24th Japan Ranking 93rd Asia Ranking

Taiheiyo Club operates 18 golf courses in Japan and its flagship Gotemba course hosted the World Cup in 2001, an event won by the South African team of Ernie Els and Retief Goosen.

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The Mines

3rd West Malaysia - Best in Area 3rd Malaysia Ranking 68th Asia Ranking

The Mines Resort & Golf Club just outside Kuala Lumpur was once the largest open-cast tin mine in the world and the topography is dominated by the lake...

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World Cup of Golf Leaderboard

Rank Name Courses Played
1 Bob McCoy Courses Played 29
2 Paul Rudovsky Courses Played 25
3 Kimi Hoshiyama Courses Played 22
4 Steve Starika Courses Played 21
= David Harak Courses Played 21
6 Joseph Andriole Courses Played 19
7 BL Tracker Courses Played 18
8 Peter Wood Courses Played 17
9 Tao Lin Courses Played 16
= Heather wood Courses Played 16