World Cup: Round four tee-times
Here are the tee-off times for Sunday’s final round of the Omega Mission Hills World Cup at Mission Hills GC in China.
Tee-off times for the fourth and final round of the Omega Mission Hills World Cup at Mission Hills GC on Hainan Island, China:
Starting at hole 1
0900 Guatemala (Acuna & Toledo Guatemala), Belgium (Colsaerts & Theunis)
0912 Singapore (Lam & Mamat), Brazil (Lee & da Silva)
0924 Sweden (Karlsson & Noren), Austria (Praegant & Steiner)
0936 Denmark (Hansen & Olesen), Colombia (Villegas & Villegas)
0948 China (Liang & Zhang), France (Jacquelin & Bourdy)
1000 Thailand (Jaidee & Aphibarnrat), Portugal (Santos & Santos)
1012 England (Poulter & Rose), Zimbabwe (de Jonge & McDonald)
1024 New Zealand (Hendry & Paddison), Spain (Jimenez & Quiros)
1036 Japan (Hiratsuka & Ikeda), Scotland (Gallacher & Laird)
1048 Wales (Davies & Donaldson), Korea (Kim & Park)
1100 Mexico (de Jesus Rodriguez & Serna), Italy (Molinari & Molinari)
1112 Netherlands (Derksen & Luiten), Australia (Green & Jones)
1124 United States (Kuchar & Woodland), South Africa (Oosthuizen & Schwartzel)
1136 Germany (Cejka & Kaymer), Northern Ireland (McDowell & McIlroy)
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