Great Danes win the World Cup

The Danish pair of Thorbjorn Olesen and Soren Kjeldsen walked the World Cup of Golf in Melbourne.

Looking like an uncle and his cool nephew they took apart the fantastic Kingston Heath GC in the better ball and foursome format finishing on -20.

Lots of people were saying Kingston Heath was a bucket lister.

Problem was for us in the UK is that it started at 1am so nobody actually watched any of it.

Selfishly it’s a shame as we very rarely get to see events that aren’t just boring old 72-hole strokeplay.

The format was foursome, betterball, foursome, betterball which meant you were getting something new each day.

The second place teams were USA, China and a French team that included Victor Dubuisson and our new one to watch Romain Langasque. He’s on tour next year and is a proper good lad.

The English team of Chris Wood and Andy Sullivan shot a 77 on the Saturday before celebrating Wood’s birthday on that evening and popping a 65 out the next day. Lads.

Next week is the Hero World Challenge in Bahamas where Tiger Woods will ‘possibly’ be making a comeback!

Expect to see the media reporting on everything from what he had for breakfast and what time he goes to the toilet this week.

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