Teams finalised for ISPS HANDA Melbourne World Cup of Golf

The final field for the World Cup of Golf in Melbourne has been announced and players include Marc Leishman, Cameron Smith, Iain Poulter, Charl Schwartzel, Thorbjorn Olesen and Matt Kuchar.

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Australian duo Marc Leishman and Cameron Smith will face a field that includes the defending champions, major championship winners and leading players from previous Presidents and Ryder Cups at the 2018 ISPS HANDA Melbourne World Cup of Golf, with each country’s leading player having selected his partner for the unique team format.

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Bryson DeChambeau spraying water on golf balls during practice

Bryson DeChambeau heads into the PGA Tour’s final event of the year ranked first in the FedEx Cup rankings and leaving nothing to chance, he’s been doing a bit of experimenting on the range.

Not content with just hitting golf balls and tracking flight and distance, DeChambeau has been simulating dew on the golf ball and golf club and looking at its effect on ball flight before the TOUR Championship tees off on Thursday.

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Brandt Snedeker to play 2018 Emirates Australian Open

American Brandt Snedeker will join Cameron Smith, Matt Kuchar as some of the big names golfers to contest the 2018 Emirates Australian Open.

Courtesy of Australian Golf Media

The popular American, nine times a winner on the US PGA Tour and former Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup representative, this week confirmed he would play at The Lakes Golf Club in Sydney from 15-18 November.

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Marc Leishman to pair with Cameron Smith at World Cup of Golf in Melbourne

The first batch of golfers to commit to playing in the World Cup of Golf in Melbourne (21-25 November) have been announced and Australia’s Marc Leishman will be playing with Cameron Smith.

The World Cup of Golf will be played at Metropolitan Golf Club in Melbourne and will feature 28 team of two golfers representing their countries and the first big names in the field have been announced including Marc Leishman, Tyrrell Hatton, Thorbjorn Olesen, Martin Kaymer and Matt Kuchar.

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