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The Ryder Cup - Final Result

Sweep Comment.

1st Mark Bevan (team 1) 745
2nd Ben Linfoot 630
3rd= Allan McMaster 600
3rd= John Quinn 600
5th Mark Sanderson 535

It wasn’t a nervous day for any American supporters as the early matches went their way. The same was true for the overnight sweep leader Mark Bevan - he might have had some early nail-biting moments when Mcilroy won the 1st and Cantlay lost the 2nd but then Scottie Scheffler probably calmed him down and went 3 up on Rahm after 3 holes and from that point his lead was never challenged. There was some movement in the other prize positions. We did publish some in-running scores via Jason’s twitter account and those of you tuned into that would have seen Mark Sanderson started well and got into 2nd place as Mcilroy moved through 6 - three holes later Ben Linfoot had moved into 2nd mainly due to Thomas starting well against Hatton. Ben remained in 2nd place for the rest of the event - in the end his position was dependent on Thomas not losing holes. Finishing in 3rd place we have a tie between Allan McMaster and John Quinn. They both had the same team, and the tie is split by the score prediction. Allan forecast 11.5 points to Europe while John predicted 12.5 so the tie is split in favour of Allan - you must feel a little sorry for John lose out in this way. James Gove had a bad Sunday - he was in 2nd place overnight but scored negative points on Sunday (-40) as match outcomes went against him. The same was true for Glen Joss who fell from 3rd overnight to finish in 18th.

Mark’s winning line up was Morikawa (W), Scheffler (W), Mcilroy (L) and Cantlay (W) and this only cost him £285m showing that you don’t need to max out to pick winning line ups in the sweep. Mark entered 3 teams this week and you’ll see mention of his 2nd team later - Mark is one of our sweep regulars. Ben Linfoot’s team comprised: Mcilroy (L), Thomas (W), Morikawa (W) and Scheffler (W). Allan’s and John’s team was Cantlay(W), Morikawa (W), Mcilroy (L), Garcia (L). 

The highest scoring pick was Johnson (W) with his 5-0 record this scored 240 points. Only 3 people chose this outcome (Kieron Melly, Mark Doyle and Ian Draper) - shame that some of these didn’t pick the back-up players to get into the frame. Mcilroy (L) scored 220, Cantlay (W) was 205 and Morikawa (W) scored 185.

Those of you who look at the detail will see that we ended up with 108 entrants - the 2 additional entries came from a missed email. We will add the additional £40 to the 1st place prize amount which is our normal practice. 

Sunday Singles Prize
Mark Bevan has also won this with his team 2. Note we did stipulate that this prize is paid to a team who finishes outside the main prizes so if Mark’s team 1 had won this it would have gone to the next placed team but as it was a separate team Mark will win this as well. Just like in the main event, Mark went ahead early on and was never caught. His team 2 was DeChambeau(W), Thomas(W), Scheffler(W) and Rahm(L). Mark was helped by Scheffler thrashing Rahm and all 4 of his team contributed positive points (60,80,80,80) to score 300 on the day. Lambo pushed him close in the end and scored 280 on the day with Poulter (W), DeChambeau(W), Hatton (L) and Scheffler(W) scoring (60,60,80,80).  James Niknejad (aka Low Score Sunday Specialist) scored 260 today so once again came close to scooping a Sunday Prize although he was out of the main event very early on as his team was the only one to included Mcilroy(W). The rest of his line-up was Rahm(L), DeChambeau(W) and Final (L).

Mark also predicted Europe to only score 8 points in one of his entries so he’s clearly the person with Ryder Cup insights.

Thanks for entering - this sweep is certainly more complicated than the normal format we run for the Majors and as a result we probably get fewer entrants, but I hope you enjoyed it and I’m sure we’ll be repeating it in 2 years’ time. Any feedback on the mechanics is always welcomed.

Prize Distribution:
Mark Bevan   £1040
Ben Linfoot  £500
Allan McMaster £300

Sunday Singles
Mark Bevan  £220

Regards
Ian

Position
Name
Points
Move
Prev Posn

1

Mark Bevan 1

745

0
1
2

Ben Linfoot

630

2
4
3

John Quinn

600

1
4

 

Allan McMaster

600

1
4
5

Mark Sanderson

566

7
12
6

Cavanaugh 2

535

14
20
7

James Gove

515

-5
2
8

Stewart Driver 1

501

8
16

 

Mark Bevan 3

501

8
16
10

Sandeep Grewal 2

496

0
10

 

Karl Falvey

496

0
10
12

Mark Doyle

460

6
18
13

Jack Anker

455

2
15

 

Andrew Harbord

455

-6
7
15

Alex Leverton

450

7
22

 

Ross _ GCS

450

13
28
17

Winkie Lenagan

440

1
18
18

Glen Joss

436

-15
3
19

Ian Draper 1

435

13
32
20

Nick Taylor

431

-7
13
21

Jason Kelly

420

-7
14
22

Gary Flood 2

417

-13
9
23

Denis Lenagan 2

405

16
39
24

Tm Magnus

400

-17
7
25

Charles Tuchel

395

8
33

 

Kieron Melly

395

11
36
27

Jordan Folorunso

390

18
45
28

Peter Nixon

385

-8
20
29

Helen Bywater

380

8
37
30

Greg Josling

375

33
63
31

John Hill

370

25
56

 

Craig Walter

370

-1
30
33

Pat Murphy

355

-9
24
34

Mark Bevan 2

352

48
82
35

Tom Donaldson

350

-5
30
36

Mark Ingram

340

-11
25

 

Joe Sivayogan

340

-8
28
38

Lambo

337

43
81
39

James Hickson

335

-4
35
40

Stewart Driver 2

330

12
52

 

Barry Drain

330

12
52

 

Ryan Leverton

330

12
52
43

Sandeep Grewal 1

325

25
68

 

Bernard Tonge 1

325

-16
27

 

James Mitchell

325

-10
33
46

Alan Humphries 2

315

-4
42

 

Adrian Lis

315

-2
44
48

David Goodchild

310

-22
26
49

Bakey 1

300

-9
40

 

Stephen Henry

300

1
50
51

Chris Pittam

295

-28
23
52

Chris Brown

275

-11
41
53

Peter Crouch

270

7
60
54

Harrison O'Hara

260

13
67
55

David Cederholm

255

-13
42
56

Denis Lenagan 1

245

-11
45
57

James Niknejad - The Experiment

230

-20
37
58

Simon Cope

225

-11
47
59

David Sanderson

215

-1
58
60

David Spilstead

210

-11
49

 

Ian Draper 2

210

0
60

 

Mark Weekes 2

210

31
91
63

Jason Reeves

190

2
65

 

Brian Miller

190

13
76
65

Darragh Butler

180

-5
60
66

Toby Skinner

170

-14
52
67

Steve Dine

160

-8
59
68

Matthew Wood

150

-20
48
69

Will Staddon 2

145

-3
66
70

Alan Humphries 1

140

-20
50

 

Bernard Tonge 2

140

-1
69
72

John Johnson

130

2
74
73

Matthew McCullagh

120

5
78

 

Toby Walton

120

-3
70
75

Gary Flood 1

110

11
86

 

Luke Howard

110

-11
64
77

James Niknejad

105

25
102

 

Jeremy Willans

105

-21
56

 

Fraser Cromarty

105

-2
75
80

Stuart Mackie

95

-2
78

 

Chris Willmot

95

4
84

 

Luke Hogan

95

-10
70
83

Greg Snowden

85

-13
70
84

Brian Davidson 1

80

1
85
85

Mike Wilkins

75

-2
83
86

Brian Davidson 2

60

10
96
87

Cavanuagh 1

50

-11
76
88

Tom Bate

45

-18
70
89

Tom Atkinson

25

-11
78
90

Diarmuid OKeeffe

10

0
90
91

Jake Burton

5

2
93
92

James Connolly

-10

6
98
93

David Butler

-20

-4
89
94

James Nokes

-25

-8
86

 

Mark Weekes 1

-25

0
94
96

Pamela

-30

-10
86
97

Clint Griffin

-60

5
102

 

Will Staddon 1

-60

5
102

 

Victoria 7

-60

2
99

 

Tone Kelly

-60

-6
91
101

Paul Butler

-75

-4
97
102

Ryan Jensen

-85

-2
100
103

William Gallimore

-90

-8
95
104

Lionel Draper

-130

-4
100
105

Lawrence Skinner

-155

1
106

 

Jan Murphy

-155

0
105
107

Tony Hallem

-185

1
108
108

Richard Warburton

-292

-1
107


Comments

The Ryder Cup - Day 2 Leaderboard

Sweep Comment
The Ryder Cup isn’t very close, and, in our sweep, some big gaps have opened at the top. Mark Bevan (team 1) has a commanding lead with 620 points. Mark moved up from 4th overnight and had a very good Saturday Fourballs with his team of Morikawa (W), Scheffler (W), Mcilroy (L) and Cantlay (W). Mark’s score in the four balls was 210 points. In second place with 555 points and making a move of 20 places over the day is James Gove (Koepka(L), Mcilroy(L), Fleetwood(L) and Moriikawa(W). This team scored 250 points in the four balls which was the highest score in the session. In 3rd place is Glen Joss with 521 points (Mcilroy(L), Poulter(L), Spieth(W) and Schauffele(W). In 4th place we have a three-way tie between John Quinn, Allan McMaster, and Ben Linfoot - their teams are on 495 points. Just 10 points further back in a tie for 7th is Andrew Harbord and our overnight leader Tim Magnus. Gary Flood (team 2) is in 9th on 482. Gary’s team had a -48-point adjustment applied in the four balls as he had 3 players in same match where each of his players scored 80 points for Morikawa beating Poulter & Mcilroy 4&3. This was the only adjustment applied in the day.

We see all the golfers in action on Sunday so lots of points are available and strong moves in the sweep are expected if all your golfers score positive points. Last time in 2018 the Sunday singles winner scored 200 points and because you can score negative points if the match result goes against you changes in positions could be seen. A £220 prize is available to the team scoring the most points on Sunday outside the main prizes. If there is a tie, then the score prediction will be used to split any ties…. those predicting Europe scoring 10 points - (we had a few of these) will have a slight edge going into Sunday if their team does well and there is a tie.

I mentioned above about having all golfers playing on Sunday. I did note Jason K had all four of his team sitting it out in the foursomes (Mcilroy, Poulter, Lowry and DeChambeau) - no one else achieved this in the sweep…. however, Jason did have the last laugh as they all played in the four balls, and he managed to pick up 230 points (the 2nd best score of the session) which has moved him up to 14th on 455 points.

The Sweep scores from the Saturday foursome’s session were much lower than those in the four balls - top scorers in the session were Chris Brown with 110 and Helen Bywater with 105.

Selling Mcilroy currently scores you 250 points, and this is the highest score to date - Mcilroy hasn’t seen the 16th hole yet in his three matches. Buying DJ currently scores 220 and he has won all his four matches - impressive for the oldest member of the US team. 

Enjoy the golf tomorrow… will we witness one of the most remarkable comebacks in history?  The outcome of the Ryder Cup could be over very early on but the prize positions in the sweep probably won’t be finalised until much later. Good luck in the sweep to those in contention 

Regards
Ian

Position
Name
Points
Move
Prev Posn

1

Mark Bevan 1

620

3
4
2

James Gove

555

20
22
3

Glen Joss

521

7
10
4

John Quinn

495

7
11

 

Allan McMaster

495

7
11

 

Ben Linfoot

495

18
22
7

Andrew Harbord

485

6
13

 

Tm Magnus

485

-6
1
9

Gary Flood 2

482

6
15
10

Sandeep Grewal 2

481

-8
2

 

Karl Falvey

481

-8
2
12

Mark Sanderson

476

5
17
13

Nick Taylor

461

-8
5
14

Jason Kelly

455

7
21
15

Jack Anker

445

4
19
16

Stewart Driver 1

431

-11
5

 

Mark Bevan 3

431

-11
5
18

Winkie Lenagan

425

-10
8

 

Mark Doyle

425

7
25
20

Peter Nixon

420

-12
8

 

Cavanaugh 2

420

2
22
22

Alex Leverton

390

19
41
23

Chris Pittam

385

-3
20
24

Pat Murphy

380

1
25
25

Mark Ingram

370

-11
14
26

David Goodchild

365

9
35
27

Bernard Tonge 1

350

22
49
28

Joe Sivayogan

335

-10
18

 

Ross _ GCS

335

13
41
30

Craig Walter

310

5
35

 

Tom Donaldson

310

-1
29
32

Ian Draper 1

305

-1
31
33

Charles Tuchel

300

7
40

 

James Mitchell

300

1
34
35

James Hickson

295

-6
29
36

Kieron Melly

290

12
48
37

Helen Bywater

280

-4
33

 

James Niknejad - The Experiment

280

-12
25
39

Denis Lenagan 2

275

5
44
40

Bakey 1

270

-25
15
41

Chris Brown

265

-6
35
42

Alan Humphries 2

260

24
66

 

David Cederholm

260

17
59
44

Adrian Lis

240

24
68
45

Denis Lenagan 1

230

21
66

 

Jordan Folorunso

230

-20
25
47

Simon Cope

225

25
72
48

Matthew Wood

220

2
50
49

David Spilstead

215

2
51
50

Alan Humphries 1

205

-19
31

 

Stephen Henry

205

4
54
52

Stewart Driver 2

195

-8
44

 

Barry Drain

195

-8
44

 

Ryan Leverton

195

-8
44

 

Toby Skinner

195

-9
43
56

John Hill

190

-21
35

 

Jeremy Willans

190

7
63
58

David Sanderson

185

1
59
59

Steve Dine

170

0
59
60

Peter Crouch

160

14
74

 

Ian Draper 2

160

14
74

 

Darragh Butler

160

20
80
63

Greg Josling

155

1
64
64

Luke Howard

150

-5
59
65

Jason Reeves

135

-8
57
66

Will Staddon 2

120

-14
52
67

Harrison O'Hara

115

21
88
68

Sandeep Grewal 1

110

-4
64
69

Bernard Tonge 2

105

-30
39
70

Tom Bate

95

-16
54

 

Greg Snowden

95

9
79

 

Toby Walton

95

-13
57

 

Luke Hogan

95

-18
52
74

John Johnson

85

-18
56
75

Fraser Cromarty

80

-5
70
76

Brian Miller

65

16
92

 

Cavanuagh 1

65

-4
72
78

Matthew McCullagh

60

-8
70

 

Tom Atkinson

60

-9
69

 

Stuart Mackie

60

2
80
81

Lambo

57

9
90
82

Mark Bevan 2

52

8
90
83

Mike Wilkins

50

-9
74
84

Chris Willmot

40

13
97
85

Brian Davidson 1

30

-5
80
86

Gary Flood 1

20

-1
85

 

Pamela

20

2
88

 

James Nokes

20

8
94
89

David Butler

15

-15
74
90

Diarmuid OKeeffe

10

-12
78
91

Tone Kelly

5

-11
80
92

Jake Burton

-20

-12
80
93

William Gallimore

-55

-8
85
94

Brian Davidson 2

-65

1
95
95

Paul Butler

-95

-2
93
96

James Connolly

-105

-9
87
97

Victoria 7

-110

6
103
98

Ryan Jensen

-120

1
99

 

Lionel Draper

-120

-3
95
100

Clint Griffin

-155

1
101

 

James Niknejad

-155

4
104

 

Will Staddon 1

-155

1
101
103

Jan Murphy

-190

1
104
104

Lawrence Skinner

-230

-5
99
105

Richard Warburton

-247

-7
98
106

Tony Hallem

-285

0
106





Comments

The Ryder Cup - Day 1 Leaderboard

Sweep Information
  • Tim Magnus leads the sweep with a score of 350 points. - Tim’s team is: Spieth(L), Poulter(L), Schauffele(W), Finau(W)
  • Sandeep Grewal and Karl Falvey are 4 points behind at 346 points - their teams are the same so the tie break here might be crucial. Their team is Cantlay(W), Schauffele(W), Mcilroy(L), Fleetwood(W). In the foursomes the first 3 of these golfers were in the same match and the points awarded were adjusted to 80% of their value - see point later for an explanation of why we’ve done this
  • Mark Bevan (team 1) is in 4th with 330 points
  • Stewart Driver (team 1), Nick Taylor (leading after the foursomes with ) and Mark Bevan (team 3) are all tied in 5th with 316 points
  • Peter Nixon and Winkie Lenagan are in 7th with 315 points.
  • Bakey 1 were the topscorers in the four balls with 200 points, Winkie Lenagan scored 165 and Andrew Harbord scored 160 - all moved into contention.
  • Some teams did have 3 players involved in one match where the outcome meant all players scored points with the same match outcome (+ and -). Adjustments (taking 80%) of the points were applied as outlined at the bottom of our scoring schedule. The purpose of this was an attempt to reduce the impact on the sweep scores from the result of one match. The scores shown reflect the adjustments made. If anyone can’t reconcile their scores then please give me a shout.
  • The highest scoring golfer at the moment is not surprisingly Mcilroy who was pretty poor today - selling Mcilroy was the winning sweep action scoring 170 points to date as he was thumped in both his matches, Schauffele (Win) scores 130 and finally Johnson (Win) and Casey (Lose) both score 100.
  • Several teams at the bottom have negative points where people picked European Wins and American Losses.
  • Fresh day tomorrow so those at the bottom can hope for a turnaround plus we are giving a prize £220 on Sunday for the team with the highest points from the singles matches who finishes outside the main prizes.
  • Tough day for Europe today with the Americans playing well ….it would be a good comeback from here.
  • Sweep scores are subject to further checks.

Regards

Ian


Position
Name
Points
1
Tm Magnus
350
2
Sandeep Grewal 2
346

Karl Falvey
346
4
Mark Bevan 1
330
5
Stewart Driver 1
316

Nick Taylor
316

Mark Bevan 3
316
8
Peter Nixon
315

Winkie Lenagan
315
10
Glen Joss
311
11
John Quinn
300

Allan McMaster
300
13
Andrew Harbord
285
14
Mark Ingram
275
15
Gary Flood 2
270

Bakey 1
270
17
Mark Sanderson
266
18
Joe Sivayogan
250
19
Jack Anker
245
20
Chris Pittam
235
21
Jason Kelly
225
22
James Gove
215

Ben Linfoot
215

Cavanaugh 2
215
25
Jordan Folorunso
195

Mark Doyle
195

James Niknejad - The Experiment
195

Pat Murphy
195
29
James Hickson
180

Tom Donaldson
180
31
Alan Humphries 1
170

Ian Draper 1
170
33
Helen Bywater
165
34
James Mitchell
160
35
John Hill
155

Craig Walter
155

Chris Brown
155

David Goodchild
155
39
Bernard Tonge 2
145
40
Charles Tuchel
135
41
Alex Leverton
130

Ross _ GCS
130
43
Toby Skinner
125
44
Stewart Driver 2
120

Denis Lenagan 2
120

Barry Drain
120

Ryan Leverton
120
48
Kieron Melly
115
49
Bernard Tonge 1
110
50
Matthew Wood
100
51
David Spilstead
95
52
Will Staddon 2
90

Luke Hogan
90
54
Tom Bate
85

Stephen Henry
85
56
John Johnson
75
57
Jason Reeves
70

Toby Walton
70
59
Luke Howard
65

Steve Dine
65

David Cederholm
65

David Sanderson
65
63
Jeremy Willans
60
64
Greg Josling
55

Sandeep Grewal 1
55
66
Denis Lenagan 1
50

Alan Humphries 2
50
68
Adrian Lis
40
69
Tom Atkinson
35
70
Matthew McCullagh
30

Fraser Cromarty
30
72
Simon Cope
25

Cavanuagh 1
25
74
Mike Wilkins
20

Peter Crouch
20

Ian Draper 2
20

David Butler
20
78
Diarmuid OKeeffe
15
79
Greg Snowden
0
80
Jake Burton
-10

Stuart Mackie
-10

Brian Davidson 1
-10

Darragh Butler
-10

Tone Kelly
-10
85
William Gallimore
-15

Gary Flood 1
-15
87
James Connolly
-25
88
Pamela
-30

Harrison O'Hara
-30
90
Mark Bevan 2
-33

Lambo
-33
92
Brian Miller
-50
93
Paul Butler
-60
94
James Nokes
-70
95
Lionel Draper
-75

Brian Davidson 2
-75
97
Chris Willmot
-90
98
Richard Warburton
-102
99
Lawrence Skinner
-110

Ryan Jensen
-110
101
Clint Griffin
-115

Will Staddon 1
-115
103
Victoria 7
-120
104
James Niknejad
-140

Jan Murphy
-140
106
Tony Hallem
-185
Comments

The Ryder Cup - Day 1 Foursomes

After the foursomes:

1. Nick Taylor 266
2. Mark Bevan 1 240
3. Tim Magnus 230
4. Sandeep Grewal 2 216
4. Karl Falvey 216
4. Mark Sanderson 216
7. John Quinn 215
7. Allan McMaster 215

…..
15. Jason Kelly 180

….
27. Ian Draper 1 125

Some teams did have 3 players involved in one match where the outcome meant all players scored points with the same match outcome (+ and -). Adjustments (taking 80%) of the points were applied as outlined at the bottom of our scoring schedule. The purpose of this was an attempt to reduce the impact on the sweep scores from the result of one match. The scores shown above reflect the adjustments made.

Regards
Ian
Comments

The 2020 Ryder Cup Sweep - Entries

Prize Fund
106 Entries so how about:

£2120 available
Retain £100 for fees/non payments etc leaving £2020 to distribute

1st = £1,000
2nd = £500
3rd = £300

Sunday Singles - paid to the person not in the main prizes with the highest Sunday Singles points total. £220 (overall score prediction used as a tiebreak)


Comment on the Entries
This is a niche competition and the 106 entries does represent an increase form the 80 we had in 2018 when it was run using a different format but our numbers here are obviously quite a bit lower than the Major Sweeps - still the 1st prize is a four figure number and not to be sneezed at.
The score predictions are only used to split any ties but I have analysed these to derive the odds of a US victory at 1.41, looking at the Betfair site (other reputable sites are available) this evening you could get 1.52 - is the knowledge of the sweep entrants sufficient to make this viable? The most popular score prediction is Europe 12.5 USA 15.5 followed by Europe 12 USA 16.
Golfer distribution - clearly these are impacted by the costs assigned to the players. Mcilroy was the most selected golfer (32) but of these only 1 person had him as a Win. Poulter and Spieth were selected by 28 participants but their W/L distribution was very different. Poulter had a 8/20 split while Spieth had a 23/5 split - maybe people guessed the latter would be paired with Thomas and thought that was where the value existed, maybe Poulter’s win cost was too high? - Jason certainly thought so as in some exchanges we had he wanted to have Poulter losing for all 4 of his golfers:-)…not allowed in this game. Wiesberger was only selected twice (both wins) and no one selected losses for: Casey, Westwood, English, Scheffler and the aforementioned Wiesberger.
63% of the entrants selected Wins for the golfers leaving only 37% selecting losing outcomes. The EU/USA golfer selection split was 47%/53%.

Friday morning pairing are now announced. A few people have all 4 of their team playing (30 teams) but a few of you only have 1 of your team out there (7 teams). Very clear in the interviews today that Harrington will play his sitting out men in the afternoon and I suspect Stricker will do the same.

Good luck to all - enjoy the golf. We’ll send out a scoring update a the end of each day or most likely in the morning of the following day as it will be a late finish on Friday and Saturday.
Regards
Ian

Name
Golfer
W/L EUScore
Lawrence Skinner
Poulter
W
 
Hovland
W
 
Fitzpatrick
W
 
Westwood
W
 
 

15.5

Ryan Jensen

Poulter
W
 
Koepka
L
 
Fitzpatrick
W
 
Hovland
W
 
 

15

Jack Anker

Cantlay
W
 
Poulter
L
 
English
W
 
Koepka
L
 
 

15

Matthew McCullagh

Finau
L
 
DeChambeau
L
 
Garcia
L
 
Poulter
L
 
 

13

Tom Bate

Casey
W
 
Poulter
L
 
Berger
W
 
DeChambeau
L
 
 

12

James Hickson

Hovland
W
 
Morikawa
W
 
Garcia
L
 
Mcilroy
L
 
 

12

William Gallimore

Morikawa
L
 
Spieth
W
 
English
W
 
Lowry
W
 
 

12.5

Tony Hallem

Poulter
W
 
Casey
W
 
Johnson
L
 
Finau
L
 
 

14

Peter Nixon

Berger
W
 
Schauffele
W
 
Mcilroy
L
 
Spieth
W
 
 

13

John Quinn

Cantlay
W
 
Morikawa
W
 
Mcilroy
L
 
Garcia
L
 
 

12.5

Lionel Draper

Poulter
W
 
Hatton
W
 
Fleetwood
W
 
Lowry
W
 
 

15

Charles Tuchel

Hovland
L
 
Poulter
L
 
Garcia
L
 
DeChambeau
W
 
 

12

Mark Bevan 1

Morikawa
W
 
Scheffler
W
 
Mcilroy
L
 
Cantlay
W
 
 

11

Mark Bevan 2

DeChambeau
W
 
Thomas
W
 
Scheffler
W
 
Rahm
L
 
 

8

Clint Griffin

Thomas
W
 
Spieth
W
 
Johnson
L
 
Westwood
W
 
 

14.5

Kieron Melly

Garcia
L
 
Westwood
W
 
Morikawa
W
 
Johnson
W
 
 

11

Glen Joss

Mcilroy
L
 
Poulter
L
 
Spieth
W
 
Schauffele
W
 
 

11.5

Gary Flood 1

Rahm
W
 
Garcia
L
 
Johnson
L
 
Scheffler
W
 
 

11

Gary Flood 2

Casey
W
 
Morikawa
W
 
Poulter
L
 
Mcilroy
L
 
 

12.5

Mark Ingram

Mcilroy
L
 
Hatton
W
 
Cantlay
W
 
DeChambeau
L
 
 

11.5

Stewart Driver 1

Cantlay
W
 
Schauffele
W
 
Mcilroy
L
 
Garcia
L
 
 

12.5

Stewart Driver 2

Thomas
W
 
Spieth
W
 
Mcilroy
L
 
Rahm
L
 
 

12

Jake Burton

Morikawa
W
 
Garcia
L
 
DeChambeau
L
 
Johnson
L
 
 

12.5

James Niknejad

Rahm
L
 
Mcilroy
W
 
DeChambeau
W
 
Finau
L
 
 

14

John Hill

Scheffler
W
 
Garcia
L
 
Finau
W
 
Cantlay
W
 
 

12

Mike Wilkins

Morikawa
W
 
Fitzpatrick
W
 
Garcia
L
 
Dechambeau
L
 
 

16

Denis Lenagan 1

Koepka
L
 
Hovland
W
 
DeChambeau
W
 
Poulter
L
 
 

10

Denis Lenagan 2

Koepka
L
 
Cantlay
W
 
Berger
W
 
DeChambeau
W
 
 

10

Winkie Lenagan

Lowry
L
 
Poulter
L
 
Mcilroy
L
 
Hovland
W
 
 

10

David Spilstead

Cantlay
W
 
Casey
W
 
Poulter
L
 
Lowry
W
 
 

10

Craig Walter

Berger
W
 
Cantlay
W
 
Morikawa
W
 
Lowry
W
 
 

10

Greg Josling

Cantlay
W
 
Casey
W
 
Scheffler
W
 
Hatton
L
 
 

13

Jason Reeves

Schauffele
W
 
Lowry
W
 
Dechambeau
W
 
Garcia
L
 
 

12

Luke Howard

Poulter
L
 
Spieth
W
 
Lowry
W
 
Berger
W
 
 

11.5

Matthew Wood

Lowry
W
 
Johnson
L
 
Morikawa
W
 
Schauffele
W
 
 

12

Barry Drain

Rahm
L
 
Mcilroy
L
 
Thomas
W
 
Spieth
W
 
 

11.5

Will Staddon 1

Johnson
L
 
Westwood
W
 
Spieth
W
 
Thomas
W
 
 

12.5

Will Staddon 2

DeChambeau
W
 
Hovland
W
 
Schauffele
W
 
Fitzpatrick
W
 
 

14.5

Tom Atkinson

Rahm
W
 
Berger
W
 
Cantlay
L
 
Westwood
W
 
 

12.5

Paul Butler

Lowry
W
 
Hatton
L
 
Morikawa
L
 
DeChambeau
L
 
 

14

Richard Warburton

Hovland
W
 
Casey
W
 
DeChambeau
L
 
Johnson
L
 
 

14

Jordan Folorunso

Poulter
W
 
Garcia
L
 
Cantlay
W
 
Mcilroy
L
 
 

11.5

Mark Doyle

Lowry
W
 
Schauffele
W
 
Scheffler
W
 
Johnson
W
 
 

14

James Connolly

Thomas
W
 
Berger
W
 
Johnson
L
 
Fleetwood
W
 
 

12.5

Helen Bywater

Hatton
L
 
Garcia
W
 
Schauffele
W
 
Rahm
L
 
 

14.5

John Johnson

Thomas
W
 
Hovland
W
 
Johnson
L
 
Mcilroy
L
 
 

11.5

Sandeep Grewal 1

Rahm
L
 
Spieth
W
 
Cantlay
W
 
DeChambeau
W
 
 

10

Sandeep Grewal 2

Fleetwood
W
 
Cantlay
W
 
Schauffele
W
 
Mcilroy
L
 
 

10

Andrew Harbord

Mcilroy
L
 
Spieth
W
 
Morikawa
W
 
English
W
 
 

10

Brian Miller

Hatton
L
 
Finau
L
 
Fleetwood
W
 
Koepka
L
 
 

13.5

Stuart Mackie

Hovland
W
 
Morikawa
W
 
Spieth
W
 
Westwood
W
 
 

12

Karl Falvey

Cantlay
W
 
Schauffele
W
 
Mcilroy
L
 
Fleetwood
W
 
 

11.5

Brian Davidson 1

Rahm
W
 
Johnson
L
 
Hatton
L
 
Westwood
W
 
 

12.5

Brian Davidson 2

Thomas
W
 
Finau
L
 
Fleetwood
W
 
Wiesberger
W
 
 

12.5

Bakey 1

Lowry
L
 
Schauffele
W
 
Finau
W
 
Westwood
W
 
 

11.5

Victoria 7

Poulter
W
 
DeChambeau
W
 
Cantlay
L
 
Lowry
W
 
 

12.5

Lambo

Poulter
W
 
DeChambeau
W
 
Hatton
L
 
Scheffler
W
 
 

14.5

Nick Taylor

Poulter
L
 
Thomas
L
 
Cantlay
W
 
Schauffele
W
 
 

11.5

Greg Snowden

Garcia
L
 
Hatton
W
 
Lowry
W
 
Morikawa
W
 
 

15.5

Mark Sanderson

Poulter
L
 
Cantlay
W
 
Schauffele
W
 
Scheffler
W
 
 

11

Ryan Leverton

Thomas
W
 
Spieth
W
 
Mcilroy
L
 
Rahm
L
 
 

11

Toby Walton

Spieth
W
 
Casey
W
 
Mcilroy
L
 
Garcia
L
 
 

14

Toby Skinner

Rahm
W
 
Spieth
L
 
Berger
W
 
Fitzpatrick
W
 
 

12.5

Jeremy Willans

Lowry
W
 
Casey
W
 
Berger
L
 
Mcilroy
L
 
 

13

Simon Cope

Koepka
L
 
Casey
W
 
DeChambeau
W
 
Poulter
L
 
 

12.5

Chris Brown

Koepka
L
 
Schauffele
W
 
Johnson
L
 
Cantlay
W
 
 

12

Joe Sivayogan

Spieth
W
 
Schauffele
W
 
Mcilroy
L
 
Garcia
L
 
 

12

Alex Leverton

Spieth
W
 
Morikawa
W
 
Scheffler
W
 
Poulter
L
 
 

13

James Niknejad - The Experiment

Mcilroy
L
 
Morikawa
L
 
Garcia
W
 
Fleetwood
W
 
 

18

Alan Humphries 1

Poulter
L
 
Spieth
L
 
Johnson
L
 
Finau
W
 
 

12.5

Alan Humphries 2

Garcia
W
 
Westwood
W
 
Finau
L
 
Morikawa
W
 
 

14

Tom Donaldson

Thomas
W
 
Poulter
L
 
Schauffele
W
 
Westwood
W
 
 

12

Pamela

Hovland
W
 
Lowry
W
 
Westwood
W
 
Rahm
W
 
 

14.5

Tm Magnus

Spieth
L
 
Poulter
L
 
Schauffele
W
 
Finau
W
 
 

11.5

Allan McMaster

Mcilroy
L
 
Garcia
L
 
Cantlay
W
 
Morikawa
W
 
 

11.5

James Gove

Koepka
L
 
Mcilroy
L
 
Fleetwood
L
 
Morikawa
W
 
 

15

Harrison O'Hara

Koepka
L
 
Fleetwood
W
 
Scheffler
W
 
Thomas
W
 
 

13.5

Chris Pittam

Mcilroy
L
 
Spieth
W
 
Schauffele
W
 
Lowry
W
 
 

14

Chris Willmot

Scheffler
W
 
Koepka
L
 
Casey
W
 
Spieth
W
 
 

14.5

Adrian Lis

Cantlay
W
 
Koepka
L
 
Lowry
W
 
Dechambeau
W
 
 

12.5

Peter Crouch

Spieth
W
 
Westwood
W
 
Morikawa
W
 
Hatton
L
 
 

13

Ian Draper 1

Johnson
W
 
Finau
L
 
Rahm
L
 
Schauffele
W
 
 

12.5

Ian Draper 2

Garcia
L
 
Fleetwood
W
 
Koepka
L
 
Morikawa
W
 
 

12

Fraser Cromarty

Spieth
W
 
Casey
W
 
Mcilroy
L
 
Schauffele
L
 
 

14

Diarmuid OKeeffe

Lowry
W
 
Koepka
W
 
Hovland
L
 
Johnson
L
 
 

14.5

Ben Linfoot

Mcilroy
L
 
Thomas
W
 
Morikawa
W
 
Scheffler
W
 
 

11.5

Darragh Butler

Garcia
W
 
Lowry
W
 
Spieth
W
 
Scheffler
W
 
 

12

Bernard Tonge 1

Rahm
W
 
Poulter
L
 
Lowry
W
 
Scheffler
W
 
 

12

Bernard Tonge 2

Cantlay
W
 
Schauffele
W
 
Morikawa
L
 
Johnson
L
 
 

12.5

Luke Hogan

Westwood
W
 
Schauffele
W
 
Spieth
W
 
Fleetwood
W
 
 

12.5

Stephen Henry

Spieth
W
 
Mcilroy
L
 
Schauffele
L
 
Dechambeau
W
 
 

16

David Butler

Fleetwood
W
 
Lowry
W
 
Spieth
W
 
English
W
 
 

15

Mark Bevan 3

Cantlay
W
 
Schauffele
W
 
Garcia
L
 
Mcilroy
L
 
 

10

Steve Dine

Rahm
W
 
Scheffler
W
 
Thomas
L
 
Casey
W
 
 

15

Cavanuagh 1

DeChambeau
W
 
Finau
W
 
Lowry
W
 
Fitzpatrick
W
 
 

13.5

Cavanaugh 2

Rahm
L
 
Mcilroy
L
 
Morikawa
W
 
DeChambeau
W
 
 

13

James Nokes

Johnson
L
 
Lowry
W
 
Koepka
L
 
Fitzpatrick
L
 
 

12

Ross _ GCS

DeChambeau
W
 
Cantlay
W
 
Spieth
L
 
Koepka
L
 
 

11.5

David Goodchild

Poulter
L
 
Fleetwood
L
 
Koepka
L
 
English
W
 
 

13

David Cederholm

Morikawa
W
 
Hovland
W
 
Koepka
L
 
Spieth
L
 
 

14

Tone Kelly

Rahm
W
 
Hovland
W
 
Fitzpatrick
W
 
Wiesberger
W
 
 

14

Jason Kelly

Mcilroy
L
 
Poulter
L
 
Lowry
W
 
DeChambeau
W
 
 

12

David Sanderson

Cantlay
W
 
Morikawa
W
 
Johnson
L
 
Lowry
W
 
 

13

James Mitchell

Schauffele
W
 
Hovland
W
 
Garcia
W
 
Scheffler
W
 
 

14

Jan Murphy

Poulter
W
 
Hovland
W
 
Koepka
L
 
Johnson
L
 
 

15

Pat Murphy

Fitzpatrick
L
 
Koepka
L
 
Fleetwood
W
 
Mcilroy
L
 
 

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