2006 WGC-World Cup

2006 World Cup
Tournament information
Dates 7–10 December
Location Sandy Lane Resort, Barbados
Course(s) Sandy Lane Resort and Country Club
Format 72 holes stroke play
(best ball & alternate shot)
Par 71
Length 7,173 yards (6,559 m)
Field 24 two-man teams
Cut None
Prize fund US$4.0 million
Winner's share US$1.4 million
Bernhard Langer & Marcel Siem
268 (−16)

The 2006 World Golf Championships-Barbados World Cup took place 7–10 December at the Sandy Lane Resort and Country Club in Barbados. It was the 52nd World Cup and the seventh and last as a World Golf Championship event. 24 countries competed and each country sent two players. The prize money totaled $4,000,000 with $1,400,000 going to the winning pair.[1] The German team of Bernhard Langer and Marcel Siem won. They defeated the Scottish team of Colin Montgomerie and Marc Warren at the first playoff hole.[2][3]

Qualification and format

The leading 18 available players from different countries in the Official World Golf Ranking on 11 September 2006 qualified automatically. These 18 players then selected a player from their country to compete with them. The person they pick had to be ranked within the top 100 on the Official World Golf Ranking as of 11 September 11. If there was no other player from that country within the top 100, then the next highest ranked player would be their partner. World qualifiers were held in October 2006. Six countries earned their spot in this way, four from the Asian qualifier and two from the South American qualifier.

The tournament was a 72-hole stroke play team event with each team consisting of two players. The first and third days are fourball play and the second and final days are foursomes play.


Country Players
 Argentina Ángel Cabrera and Andrés Romero
 Australia Mark Hensby and John Senden
 Barbados Roger Beale and James Johnson
 Canada Jim Rutledge and Mike Weir
 Colombia Manuel Merizalde and Camilo Villegas
 Denmark Thomas Bjørn and Søren Hansen
 England Luke Donald and David Howell
 France Raphaël Jacquelin and Jean van de Velde
 Germany Bernhard Langer and Marcel Siem
 Ireland Pádraig Harrington and Paul McGinley
 Italy Emanuele Canonica and Francesco Molinari
 Jamaica Delroy Cambridge and Peter Horrobin
 Japan Tetsuji Hiratsuka and Hideto Tanihara
 Mexico José Octavio González and Esteban Toledo
 Scotland Colin Montgomerie and Marc Warren
 Singapore Lam Chih Bing and Mardan Mamat
 South Africa Rory Sabbatini and Richard Sterne
 South Korea Hur Suk-ho and Charlie Wi
 Spain Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño and Miguel Ángel Jiménez
 Sweden Carl Pettersson and Henrik Stenson
  Switzerland Martin Rominger and Nicolas Sulzer
 Trinidad and Tobago Robert Ames and Stephen Ames
 United States Stewart Cink and J. J. Henry
 Wales Stephen Dodd and Bradley Dredge


# Country Score To par Money (US$)
1*  Germany 65-69-68-66=268 −16 1,400,000
2  Scotland 67-67-65-69=268 −16 700,000
3  Sweden 64-70-63-72=269 −15 400,000
4  South Africa 64-71-67-68=270 −14 200,000
T5  Argentina 64-67-67-73=271 −13 126,667
 Spain 69-66-67-69=271
 United States 66-73-63-69=271
T8  Australia 68-72-64-69=273 −11 77,500
 Italy 68-70-64-71=273
 Mexico 69-68-65-71=273
 Wales 65-75-62-71=273
T12  Ireland 67-73-66-69=275 −9 57,500
  Switzerland 73-70-64-68=275
14  Colombia 67-74-66-70=277 −7 50,000
T15  Canada 69-72-66-71=278 −6 48,500
 England 66-70-70-72=278
17  Singapore 71-72-68-69=280 −4 47,000
18  Denmark 70-70-71-70=281 −3 46,000
19  South Korea 66-72-70-75=283 −1 45,000
20  France 68-75-65-77=285 +1 44,000
T21  Barbados 69-76-71-72=288 +4 42,500
 Trinidad and Tobago 70-73-67-78=288
23  Japan 67-74-74-74=289 +5 41,000
24  Jamaica 72-76-67-80=295 +11 40,000

*Germany won with a par on the first playoff hole.


  1. "Fact Sheet: World Golf Championships-Barbados World Cup". PGA Tour. 9 November 2006. Archived from the original on 2 August 2012. Retrieved 17 October 2012.
  2. "Germany edges Scotland in playoff to win WGC-Barbados World Cup". PGA Tour. 10 December 2006. Retrieved 17 October 2012.
  3. "Par on first playoff hole lifts Germany over Scotland". ESPN. Associated Press. 10 December 2006. Retrieved 17 October 2012.
  4. "Final scores and earnings". PGA Tour. 10 December 2006. Retrieved 17 October 2012.

Coordinates: 13°10′24″N 59°38′13″W / 13.17333°N 59.63694°W / 13.17333; -59.63694

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