Golf WC First Round Pairings

by | Jan 17, 2008

Paraguay’s defending champions Julieta Granada and Celeste Troche celebrate their 2007 victory, after blowing the field away to win by seven shots last year. Picture © the Women’s World Cup of Golf.

Paraguay’s defending champions Julieta Granada and Celeste Troche celebrate their 2007 victory, after blowing the field away to win by seven shots last year. Picture © the Women’s World Cup of Golf.

The first round pairings for the Women’s World
Cup of Golf have been announced, and see hosts South
Africa out in the final round from the Gary Player
Country Club golf course at 10:48 on Friday morning, with India and Spain setting the pace at 9am.


The South African team represented by Laurette Maritz and Ashleigh Simon for a fourth consecutive year, and will tee off with defending champions Paraguay, represented by Julieta Granada and Celeste Troche.

Women’s World Cup of Golf First-round parings, Jan. 18, 2007 at the Gary Player Country Club, Sun City, South Africa (Best Ball) 

1. 9:00

India (Simi Mehra, Irina Brar)
Spain (Paula Marti Zambrano, Tania Elosegui)

2. 9:12

China (Na Zhang, Chun Wang)
Philippines (Jennifer Rosales, Dorothy Delasin)

3. 9:24

Canada (Alena Sharp, Lorie Kane)
Germany (Bettina Hauert, Martina Eberl)

4. 9:36

Sweden (Sophie Gustafson, Maria Hjorth)
Japan (Shinobu Moromizato, Miki Saiki)

5. 9:48

France (Gwladys Nocera, Virginie Lagoutte-Clement)
Brazil (Angela Park, Candy Hannemann)

6. 10:00

England (Trish Johnson, Danielle Masters)
Wales (Becky Brewerton, Becky Morgan)

7. 10:12

Taiwan (Amy Hung, Yun-Jye Wei)
Australia (Lindsey Wright, Nikki Garrett)

8. 10:24

Scotland (Catriona Matthew, Mhairi McKay)
Italy (Sylvia Cavalleri, Diana Luna)

9. 10:36

Korea (Ji-Yai Shin, Eun-Hee Ji)
USA (Juli Inkster, Pat Hurst)

10. 10:48

South
Africa
(Laurette Maritz, Ashleigh
Simon)
Paraguay
(Julieta Granada, Celeste Troche
)

 

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