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2017 .... 19 starters teed up for the November 12 Don Lane Invitational, a stroke qualifying round, and the 8 best scores through to the match play rounds were Notah Kelly III (69 nett), Tubby Waldorf (69), Sir Dick Faldo (71), Kipper Parnevik (72), Kenny Crenshaw (76), Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson (77), Ford Funk (79) and Java Haas (80).  Ford Funk withdrew from the match play rounds and was replaced by Karrie White (80).

The 10 remaining emergencies were Boo Boo Weekley (80), Davidson Love III (80), Garry Mize (81), Seve Hemosteros (82), Ralphy McIlroy (86), Grantief Goosen (89), Soldier Montgomerie (89), Paulking Harrington (90), Muzzy Zoeller (93) and Bourkie Baird (94).

Results from the November 19 Round of 8 were Match 1 - Karrie White def. Notah Kelly 2 up, Match 2 - Kenny Crenshaw def. Kipper Parnevik 6 & 5, Match 3 - Dick Faldo def. Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson 4 & 3 and Match 4 - Java Haas def. Tubby Waldorf 4 & 2 which means 3 of the top 4 stroke qualifiers were knocked out in week 1.

2016 .... 17 starters teed up for the stableford qualifier on Sunday, November 6th, and the 8 top scorers through to the match play rounds were Bourkie Baird (22pts), Danny White Shark (21), Muzzy Zoeller, Bluey Dunk, Tubby Waldorf and Grantief Goosen (20), Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson and Soldier Montgomerie (18).

The 9 emergencies, in order, were Peard Fulke, Notah Kelly III, Ford Funk (17), Java Haas (16), Karrie White (15), Seve Hemosteros (14), Dick Faldo, Garry Mize (13) and Davidson Love III (11).

Tubby Waldorf dropped out after qualifying day and was replaced by the first available reserve, Karrie White.  Results from the November 13 Round of 8 were Match 1 - Bourkie Baird def. Karrie White 2 & 1, Match 2 - Grantief Goosen def. Bluey Dunk 3 & 2, Match 3 - Muzzy Zoeller def. Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson 2 & 1 and Match 4 - Soldier Montgomerie def. Danny White Shark 2 & 1.

Results of the midweek semi-finals were Match 5 - Bourkie Baird def. Grantief Goosen 1 up and Match 6 - Muzzy Zoeller def. Soldier Montgomerie 2 up.

Muzzy Zoeller def. Bourkie Baird 3 & 2 in the Championship Match and becomes the 18th individual winner of The Championship in the past 19 years (Kipper Parnevik is the only repeat winner in that period).  Zoeller led 1 up after 9 before racing to 4 up after 12, Baird righted the ship momentarily, winning two of the next 3 holes to give himself an outside chance of victory before Zoeller sealed the deal at the 16th.

Match referee, Seve Hemosteros, was left almost speechless by the inconsistent standard of play.  "It's really hard to find the appropriate words to describe what I've just witnessed.  We need, as an organisation and as individuals, to visit the room of mirrors and have a good, long, hard look at ourselves."

2015 .... 17 starters teed up for the stroke qualifier on Sunday, November 15th, and the 8 top scorers through to the match play rounds were Grantief Goosen (nett 71), Kenny Crenshaw (72), Danny White Shark (73), Cavey Pavin and Kipper Parnevik (75), Seve Hemosteros and Garry Mize (76) and Ralphy McIlroy (77).

The 9 emergencies, in order, were Bluey Dunk (77), Sir Dick Faldo (78), Hunter Meehan (81), Muzzy Zoeller and Davidson Love III (82), Henney Stenson and Karrie White (84), Java Hass (86) and Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson (95).

Results from the November 22 Round of 8 were Match 1 - Grantief Goosen def. Ralphy McIlroy 4 & 3, Match 2 - Cavey Pavin def. Kipper Parnevik 3 & 1, Match 3 - Seve Hemosteros def. Danny White Shark at the 22nd and Match 4 - Kenny Crenshaw def. Garry Mize 2 & 1.

Results of the November 27 semi-finals were Match 5 (2.30pm) - Grantief Goosen def. Cavey Pavin 3 & 2 and Match 6 - Kenny Crenshaw def. Seve Hemosteros 3 & 2.

Grantief Goosen def. Kenny Crenshaw 4 & 3 in the Championship Match.  He becomes the 17th individual winner of The Championship in the past 18 years.

Whoever parred the opening holes won although Kenny's birdie later on was only good for a half with Grant receiving a shot on that hole.  Grant got out to a 5 hole lead after 10 and Kenny did well to pull back a few after crossing the road.  With no margin for error, Kenny was put to the sword at the 15th, scene of Boo Boo Weekley's 2014 victory.

Congratulations to Grantief on a fine campaign with his putting being an amazing revelation this tournament.  As beaten semi-finalist Cavey Pavin would attest, a previous Achilles heel has become a strength.  Kenny continues to play quality golf at both tournaments but the handicapper maybe slowly catching up with his efforts.

2014 .... 25 starters teed up for the stableford qualifier on Sunday, November 16th, and the 8 top scorers through to the match play rounds were Notah Kelly III 28pts, Java Haas (25), Seve Hemosteros (24), Sir Dick Faldo and Soldier Montgomerie (23), Garry Mize and Boo Boo Weekley (22) and Dave Ford (21).

The 17 emergencies, in order, were last year's champion, Bourkie Baird and Peard Fulke (20), Davidson Love III and Muzzy Zoeller (19), Danny White Shark, TC Choi and Tubby Waldorf (17), Karrie White, Kenny Crenshaw and Edwardo Romero (16), Ralphy McIlroy, Bluey Dunk, Grantief Goosen and Kipper Parnevik (15), Jose-Mumma Olazabal and Henney Stenson (14) and a distinguished last, Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson (12).

Results from the November 23 Round of 8 were Match 1 - Ford Funk def. Notah Kelly III (+9) 4 & 2, Match 2 - Sir Dick Faldo def. Soldier Montgomerie 4 & 3, Match 3 - Seve Hemosteros def. Garry Mize (+4) 5 & 4 and Match 4 - Boo Boo Weekley (+4) def. Java Haas 5 & 4.

Results from the November 28 semi-finals were Match 5 - Sir Dick Faldo def. Ford Funk (+1) 4 & 3 and Match 6 - Boo Boo Weekley (+15) def. Seve Hemosteros 7 & 5.

Boo Boo Weekley (+3) defeated Sir Dick Faldo 4 & 3 in the Championship Match.  The much loved Como Homo withstood a blistering start by the 2000 champion who opened up a 3 hole lead early on.  The turning point probably came at the 7th when Sir Dick, under the pump on the hole, sunk a monster putt to place the pressure back on Boo Boo.  He responded with a sensational long range putt to square the hole and stopped Dick getting out to a unassailable lead.

It was also at this point, a number of Boo Boo's supporters sought refuge at the 19th hole and he was finally able to shake the incessant advice he was being overfed by a motley collection of non-qualifiers.  Like the fabled Cooks River, when the tide turns in a match, it turns quickly.  From 3 down early, Boo Boo had a 3 hole lead when they stepped onto the 15th tee.  His 5-iron finished a match-ending foot from the hole.  Dick went through the motions for a par before Boo Boo sunk his birdie putt to become the club's 20th individual Match Play Champion.

2013 .... 19 starters teed up for the stableford qualifier on Sunday, October 20th, and the 16 top scorers through to the match play rounds were Notah Kelly III 25pts, Hunter Meehan (25), Tubby Waldorf, Sir Dick Faldo and Soldier Montgomerie (23), Kenny Crenshaw (22), Henney Stenson, Davidson Love III, Grant Goosen, Duke Donald and Bourkie Baird (19), Java Haas, Peard Fulke and Ralphy McIlroy (18), Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson (16) and Edwardo Romero (15).  The 3 emergencies were Danny White Shark (14), Karrie White (11) and Kipper Parnevik (9).

Results from the November 10 Round of 16 were Match 1 - Notah Kelly III (+12) def. Edwardo Romero 7 & 5, Match 2 - Davidson Love III (+3) def. Grantief Goosen 7 & 6, Match 3 - Java Haas (even) def. Soldier Montgomerie 2 & 1, Match 4 - Peard Fulke def. Sir Dick Faldo (+5) 2 up, Match 5 - Tubby Waldorf (+11) def. Ralphy McIlroy 7 & 5, Match 6 - Bourkie Baird (+4) def. Kenny Crenshaw 3 & 1, Match 7 - Henney Stenson def. Duke Donald (+15) 3 & 2, and Match 8 - Hunter Meehan (+1) def. Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson 5 & 4.

Results from the November 17 quater-finals were: Match 9 - Notah Kelly III (+10) def. Davidson Love III 1 up, Match 10 - Peard Fulke def. Java Haas (+5) 6 & 5, Match 11 - Bourkie Baird def. Tubby Waldorf (+12) 2 & 1, and Match 12 - Hunter Meehan (+14) def. Henney Stenson 5 & 4.

Results from the semi-finals were Match 13 - Peard Fulke def. Notah Kelly III (+17) 6 & 5 and Match 14 - Bourkie Baird (+1) def. Hunter Meehan 5 & 3.

The result from the November 24 Final was Match 15 - Bourkie Baird (+7) def. Peard Fulke 3 & 1.  Bourkie started as an underdog in each of his four matches (versus Kenny Crenshaw, Tubby Waldorf, Hunter Meehan and Peard) but his game improved markedly as he progressed through the tournament and he is a more than worthy champion in our silver anniversary year.  12 months of heartbreak for our runner-up who is now seeking professional help on the mental aspects of his game after failing to "seal the deal" here and at the World Series.

Congratulations to members Danny White Shark and Peard Fulke who played their 10th Match Play Championship this year, although their significant milestones pale somewhat when measured against Java Haas's achievement of teeing up in his 50th consecutive major.

2012 .... 19 starters teed up for the stableford qualifier on Sunday, October 14th.   The 16 top scorers through to the match play rounds are Peard Fulke 31 pts, Grantief Goosen and Sir Dick Faldo (27), Java Haas and Boo Boo Weekley (26), Kipper Parnevik (25), Jose-Mumma Olazabal and Kenny Crenshaw (22), Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson and Ford Funk (21), Edwardo Romero, Soldier Montgomerie and Hunter Meehan (20), Tack Nicklaus (19), Davidson Love III and Danny White Shark (17).

Missing the cut were Bluey Dunk, Ralphy McIlroy (17) and Karrie White (16).

Boo Boo Weekley dropped out after qualifying day and was replaced by the only available reserve, Karrie White.  Results from the Round of 16 (Sunday, November 11) were Match 1 - Peard Fulke (7) def. Karrie White (8) 3 & 2, Match 2 - Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson (11) def. Ford Funk (11) on forfeit, Match 3 - Kipper Parnevik (+3) def. Hunter Meehan (11) at the 19th, Match 4 - Tack Nicklaus (16) def. Java Haas (10) 2 & 1, Match 5 - Davidson Love III (13) def. Sir Dick Faldo (10) 3 & 1, Match 6 - Soldier Montgomerie (12) def. Jose-Mumma Olazabal (3) 3 & 1, Match 7 - Edwardo Romero (11) def. Kenny Crenshaw (8) 3 & 1 and Match 8 - Grantief Goosen (12) def. Danny White Shark (17) 4 & 3.

Results from the quarter-finals (Sunday, November 18) were Match 9 - Peard Fulke (7) def. Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson (11) 3 & 1, Match 10 - Kipper Parnevik (+3) def. Tack Nicklaus (16) 7 & 6, Match 11 - Soldier Montgomerie (12) def. Davidson Love III (13) 4 & 2 and Match 12 - Grantief Goosen (12) def. Edwardo Romero (11) 2 & 1.

Results from the semi-finals (Friday and Saturday, November 23 and 24) were Match 13 - Kipper Parnevik (+3) def. Peard Fulke (7) 4 & 3 and Match 14 - Grantief Goosen (12) def. Soldier Montgomerie (12) at the 19th.

Match 15.  In the Championmship Match on a brutally hot R&A Sunday, Kipper Parnevik (+3) def. Grantief Goosen (12) 6 & 5.  Kipper won the first and never relinquished the lead.  He was 4 up after 9 and then won three of the next four holes to end the match at the 13th.  Spectators were filthy - not only was the crowd favourite whipped, but the match ended at the most distant point on the course from the clubhouse.

2011 .... 17 starters teed up for the stableford qualifier on Sunday, October 16th.   The 16 top scorers through to the match play rounds were Tubby Waldorf 31pts, Grantief Goosen (29), Henney Stenson (27), Kenny Crenshaw (26), Seve Hemosteros and TC Choi (25), Tack Nicklaus (24), Notah Kelly III and Hunter Meehan (22), Boo Boo Weekley and Karrie White (21), Bluey Dunk, Ford Funk and Soldier Montgomerie (20), Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson (19) and Java Haas (16).

President and tournament pigeon Davidson Love III (13) missed the cut for a world record 6th consecutive year.

Results from the Round of 16 (Sunday, November 13) were Match 1 - Tubby Waldorf (27) def. Java Haas (10) 2 up, Match 2 - Hunter Meehan (12) def. Notah Kelly III (22) 7 & 5, Match 3 - Seve Hemosteros (Scr) def. Bluey Dunk (6) 2 & 1, Match 4 - Kenny Crenshaw (9) def. Ford Funk (11) 2 up, Match 5 - Henney Stenson (2) def. Soldier Montgomerie (12) 5 & 4, Match 6 - TC Choi (+6) def. Karrie White (8) 1 up, Match 7 - Tack Nicklaus (18) def. Boo Boo Weekley (13) on forfeit and Match 8 - Grantief Goosen (13) def. Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson (11) 4 & 2.

Results from the Round of 8 were (Sunday, November 20) are Match 9 - Tubby Waldorf (27) def. Hunter Meehan (12) 3 & 2, Match 10 - Seve Hemosteros (Scr) def. Kenny Crenshaw (9) 3 & 2, Match 11 - Henney Stenson (1) def. TC Choi (+7) 7 & 5 and Match 12 - Tack Nicklaus (18) def. Grantief Goosen (13) 4 & 2.

Results from the semi-finals were Match 13 - Tubby Waldorf (27) def. Seve Hemosteros (Scr) at the 20th and Match 14 - Henney Stenson (Scr) def. Tack Nicklaus (18) 4 & 2.

The Championship Match, Match 15, saw the dastardly newcomer, Henney Stenson (+2) defeat the club's unlikely saviour, Tubby Waldorf (27), 3 & 1.  The final was the first played under the Dickworth-Lewis maximum match handicap of 27 rule.

2010 .... 19 starters teed up for the stableford qualifier on Sunday, October 24th.   The 16 top scorers through to the match play rounds were Tubby Waldorf 32pts, Ford Funk (30) Hunter Meehan and Kipper Parnevik (28), Peard Fulke (26), Grantief Goosen and Bubba Booth (25), Dick Faldo and Seve Hemosteros (24), Soldier Montgomerie and Karrie White (23), Tack Nicklaus (22), Java Haas (20), Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson, Shigeki Moroneyama and Kenny Crenshaw (19).

Jose-Mumma Olazabal 18pts, Ralphy McIlroy (16) and Davidson Love III (11) missed the cut.

Results from the Round of 16 (November 7) were Match 1 - Tubby Waldorf (29) def. Kenny Crenshaw (9) 5 & 3, Match 2 - Seve Hemosteros (1) def. Dick Faldo (10) 1 up, Match 3 - Peard Fulke (11) v Tack Nicklaus (18) 4 & 3, Match 4 - Java Haas (11) def. Kipper Parnevik (+3) 4 & 3, Match 5 - Hunter Meehan (13) def. Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson (11) 4 & 2, Match 6 - Karrie White (11) def. Grantief Goosen (13) 2 & 1, Match 7 - Bubba Booth (21) def. Soldier Montgomerie (12) 3 & 2 and Match 8 - Ford Funk (12) def. Shigeki Moroneyama (20) 2 up.

Results from the Round of 8 (November 14) were Match 9 - Tubby Waldorf (29) def. Seve Hemosteros (1) 4 & 3, Match 10 - Peard Fulke (11) def. Java Haas (11) 3 & 1, Match 11 - Karrie White (11) def. Hunter Meehan (13) at the 19th and Match 12 - Bubba Booth (21) def. Ford Funk (12) 3 & 2.

Results from the November 17 semi-finals were Match 13 - Peard Fulke (11) def. Tubby Waldorf (29) 3 & 2 and Match 14 - Karrie White (11) def. Bubba Booth (21) 1 up.

The Championship Match, Match 15, saw Peard Fulke (11) defeat Karrie White (11) 4 & 3.  Fulke, the warm favourite, took control early and lead by 4 after 5 holes. Karrie won the 7th, 8th and 9th to build some momentum going into the back 9 but smacking his tee shots on 10 and 13 into the water killed off any chance of a comeback.  Mr Fulke becomes the 5th player, along with Tubby Waldorf, Tack Nicklaus, Kipper Parnevik and Notah Kelly III, to record home and away championship wins.

2009 .... 19 starters teed up for the stableford qualifier on Sunday, October 18th.   The 16 top scorers through to the match play rounds were Kenny Crenshaw 33pts, Java Haas and Hunter Meehan (29), Tack Nicklaus and Notah Kelly III (28), Boo Boo Weekley (27), Costantino Blocker and Karrie White (26), Soldier Montgomerie (25), Ford Funk and Danny White Shark (24), Peard Fulke (23), Kipper Parnevik and Bluey Dunk (21), Shigeki Moroneyama and Grantief Goosen (20).

Missing the cut were Davidson Love III 20pts, Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson and Edwardo Romero (19).

Results from the Round of 16 (November 8) were Match 1 - Kenny Crenshaw (13) def. Grantief Goosen (13) 4 & 2, Match 2 - Soldier Montgomerie (13) def. Karrie White (11) 2 & 1, Match 3 - Notah Kelly III (24) def. Peard Fulke (11) 2 up, Match 4 - Tack Nicklaus (19) def. Kipper Parnevik (+3) 3 & 2, Match 5 - Bluey Dunk (7) def. Hunter Meehan (13) 1 up, Match 6 - Boo Boo Weekley (16) def. Danny White Shark (17) 3 & 1, Match 7 - Ford Funk (13) def. Costantino Blocker (22) 2 & 1 and Match 8 - Java Haas (13) def. Shigeki Moroneyama (20) 7 & 6.

Results from the quarter-finals (November 15) were Match 9 - Kenny Crenshaw (13) def. Soldier Montgomerie (13) on forfeit, Match 10 - Notah Kelly III (24) def. Tack Nicklaus (19) 3 & 2, Match 11 - Boo Boo Weekley (16) def. Bluey Dunk (7) 6 & 5 and Match 12 - Java Haas (13) def. Ford Funk (13) 4 & 2.

The semi-final (November 20) results Match 13 were Kenny Crenshaw (13) def. Notah Kelly III (24) 2 & 1 and Match 14 Boo Boo Weekley (16) def. Java Haas (13) 6 & 5.

Match 15 saw Kenny Crenshaw (13) snuff out the youthful challenger, Boo Boo Weekley (16), 3 & 1. In sweltering conditions, the experienced Crenshaw opened with a blitz attack, winning five of the first seven holes to effectively end the contest at the short break. Boo Boo's performance improved after the interval, whittling away at the lead, and he kept the match going to the 17th hole. Mr Crenshaw is the first recipient of the Stephen Angry Anderson Match Play Championship trophy, presented in memory of someone who had two key attributes we all admired - he was a good bloke and an average golfer.

2008 .... 25 starters teed up for the stableford qualifier on Sunday, October 12th.  The 16 top scorers through to the match play rounds were Phillips Mickleson 31pts, Grantief Goosen (29), Peard Fulke (28), Tubby Waldorf and JPY Hayes (27), Kipper Parnevik (26), Soldier Montgomerie, Boo Boo Weekley and Hale Irving (25), Garry Mize and Jose-Mumma Kragg (22), Notah Kelly III, Java Haas and Seve Hemosteros (21), Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson (20) and Bluey Dunk (19).

Missing the cut were Kenny Crenshaw, Davidson Love III and Ford Funk 19pts, Shigeki Moroneyama (18), Bubba Booth (17), Hunter Meehan and Karrie White (14), Cavey Pavin (13) and Dick Faldo (11).

Results from the Round of 16 (November 9) were Match 1 - Phillips Mickleson (13) def. Bluey Dunk (7) 6 & 4, Match 2 - Boo Boo Weekley (17) def. Hale Irving (19) 5 & 4, Match 3 - Notah Kelly III (28) def. JPY Hayes (Scr) 1 up, Match 4 - Tubby Waldorf (30) def. Java Haas (13) 7 & 5, Match 5 - Peard Fulke (14) def. Seve Hemosteros (1) 2 up, Match 6 - Kipper Parnevik (+2) def. Jose-Mumma Olazabal (2) 1 up, Match 7 - Soldier Montgomerie (14) def. Garry Mize (2) 2 & 1 and Match 8 - Grantief Goosen (15) def. Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson (10) 5 & 4.

Results from the quarter-finals (November 16) were Match 9 - Phillips Mickleson (13) def. Boo Boo Weekley (17) on forfeit, Match 10 - Notah Kelly III (28) def. Tubby Waldorf (30) 2 & 1, Match 11 - Peard Fulke (14) def. Kipper Parnevik (+2) 4 & 3 and Match 12 - Grantief Goosen (15) def. Soldier Montgomerie (14) 1 up.

Results from the semi-finals were Match 13 (November 22) - Notah Kelly III (28) def. Phillips Mickleson (13) 6 & 4 and Match 14 (November 20) - Peard Fulke (14) def. Grantief Goosen (15) 1 up.

The result of Match 15, The Championship Match, was Notah Kelly III (28) def. Peard Fulke (14) 2 & 1.  In a see-sawing match, Notah won the opening two holes before losing five and squaring one to be 3 down at the 8th.  He then won four of the next five holes to have the match all square at the 13th.  Peard won the 14th but lost the next three to lose the match at the 17th.

2007 .... 22 starters teed up for the stableford qualifier on Sunday, October 14th.  The 16 top scorers through to the match play rounds were Karrie White 32pts, Java Haas and Notah Kelly (29), Cavey Pavin (28), JPY Hayes (25), Edwardo Romero and Tack Nicklaus (24), Kipper Parnevik (22), Soldier Montgomerie (20), Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson, Grantief Goosen and Danny White Shark (19), Ford Funk and Bubba Booth (18), and the first two available emergencies, Shigeki Moroneyama and Vijay Field (17), replacing the late scratchings, Bluey Dunk and Tubby Waldorf.

Missing the cut were Peard Fulke 18pts, Davidson Love III (15), Seve Hemosteros (12) and Hale Irving (11).

Results of the Round of 16 (November 12) were Match 1 - Karrie White (11) def. Vijay Field (8) 6 & 5, Match 2 - Kipper Parnevik (2) def. Soldier Montgomerie (14) 4 & 3, Match 3 - Danny White Shark (18) def. JPY Hayes (Scr) 3 & 1, Match 4 - Cavey Pavin (13) def. Ford Funk (12) 3 & 2, Match 5 - Notah Kelly III (29) def. Bubba Booth (20) 4 & 2, Match 6 - Grantief Goosen (17) def. Edwardo Romero (10) 4 & 3, Match 7 - Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson (13) def. Tack Nicklaus (19) 6 & 5, and Match 8 - Shigeki Moroneyama (20) def. Java Haas (13) 4 & 3 .

Results from the quarter-finals (November 19) were Match 9 - Kipper Parnevik (2) def. Karrie White (11) 3 & 1, Match 10 - Cavey Pavin (13) def. Danny White Shark (18) 2 up, Match 11 - Grantief Goosen (17) def. Notah Kelly III (29) 4 & 3 and Match 12 - Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson (13) def. Shigeki Moroneyama (20) 3 & 1.

Results from the semi-finals (November 24) were Match 13 - Kipper Parnevik (2) def. Cavey Pavin (13) at the 19th and Match 14 - Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson (13) def. Grantief Goosen (17) 2 up.

The result of Match 15, The Championship Match, was Kipper Parnevik (2) def. Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson (13) 2 & 1.

2006 .... 24 starters teed up for the stableford qualifier on Sunday, October 8th.  The 16 top scorers through to the match play rounds were Edwardo Romero 34pts, Kipper Parnevik (30), Danny White Shark (29), Soldier Montgomerie (27), Kenny Crenshaw, Seve Hemosteros, Hale Irving, Garry Mize and Jose-Mumma Olazabal (26), Bluey Dunk (25), Shigeki Moroneyama, Notah Kelly and JPY Hayes (24), Java Haas and Vijay Field (23) and Big Jack Daley (20).

Missing the cut were Grantief Goosen and Cavey Pavin 20pts, Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson, Peard Fulke and Anderson Forsbrand (18), Dick Faldo (17), Ford Funk (14) and Davidson Love III (12).

Results of the Round of 16 (November 12) were Match 1 - Edwardo Romero (14) def. Big Jack Daley (21) 4 & 2, Match 2 - Garry Mize (3) def. Jose-Mumma Olazabal (2) 3 & 2, Match 3 - Notah Kelly (30) def. Kenny Crenshaw (12) 4 & 3, Match 4 - Soldier Montgomerie (16) def. JPY Hayes (Scr) 6 & 5, Match 5 - Danny White Shark (19) def. Java Haas (13) 3 & 2, Match 6 -  Seve Hemosteros (2) def. Shigeki Moroneyama (20) 3 & 2, Match 7 - Vijay Field (12) def. Kipper Parnevik (2) 2 up, Match 8 - Bluey Dunk (8) def. Hale Irving (18) 4 & 3.

Results from the quarter-finals (November 19) were Match 9 - Edwardo Romero (14) def. Garry Mize (3) 4 & 2, Match 10 - Soldier Montgomerie (16) def. Notah Kelly (30) 2 & 1, Match 11 - Seve Hemosteros (2) def. Danny White Shark (19) 3 & 1, Match 12 - Vijay Field (12) def. Bluey Dunk (8) at the 19th.

Semi-final results (November 21) were Match 13 - Edwardo Romero (14) def. Soldier Montgomerie (16) 4 & 2, Match 14 - Vijay Field (12) def. Seve Hemosteros (2) 1 up.

Both finalists were a little off their game in Match 15, Vijay into the Cooks with his drive on the first and conceding the Par 3 second after having a one putt quadruple bogey.  Edwardo (aka The Prince) gladly accepted these gifts and then extended his lead to be 6 up after nine holes.  Vijay chipped in on ten and won one of the next two to give himself an outside chance but The Prince made the most of his handicap advantage on 13 by putting his tee shot on the green and going 5 up with 5 to play.  Vijay conceded the 14th hole to hand The Prince the first of what will undoubtedly be his only major win.

2005 .... 26 starters teed up for the stableford qualifier on Sunday, October 9th.  The 16 top scorers through to November's match play rounds were Bluey Dunk 36pts, Dick Faldo (33), Cavey Pavin and Karrie White (29), Kipper Parnevik (27), Tack Nicklaus, Phillips Mickelson, Notah Kelly III, Seve Hemosteros and Tubby Waldorf (24), Davidson Love III (23), Peard Fulke (21), Grantief Goosen, Shigeki Moroneyama, Garry Mize and Vijay Field (20).

The players missing the cut were Java Haas 20pts, Hale Irving and Hunter Meehan (19), Ford Funk and Danny White Shark (18), Jose-Mumma Olazabal (17), Edwardo Romero (16), Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson (15), Kenny Crenshaw (14) and Soldier Montgomerie (11).

Results of the Round of 16 (November 6) were Match 1 - Bluey Dunk (12) def. Vijay Field (12) 2 up, Match 2 - Seve Hemosteros (3) def. Notah Kelly III (30) 4 & 2, Match 3 - Kipper Parnevik (3) def. Peard Fulke (12) 3 & 1, Match 4 - Karrie White (13) def. Grantief Goosen (16) 2 up, Match 5 - Cavey Pavin (13) def. Shigeki Moroneyama (20) 3 & 2, Match 6 - Tack Nicklaus (22) def. Davidson Love III (8) 4 & 2, Match 7 - Phillips Mickelson (14) def. Tubby Waldorf (30) 1 up, Match 8 - Dick Faldo (10) def. Garry Mize (3) 1 up.

Results from the quarter-finals (November 13) were Match 9 - Bluey Dunk (12) def. Seve Hemosteros (3) 2 & 1, Match 10 - Karrie White (13) def. Kipper Parnevik (3) 2 up, Match 11 - Tack Nicklaus (22) def. Cavey Pavin (13) 2 & 1, Match 12 - Dick Faldo (10) def. Phillips Mickelson (14) 4 & 3.

The semi-final results were Match 13 (November 19) - Bluey Dunk (12) def. Karrie White (13) 1 up, Match 14 (November 18) - Tack Nicklaus (22) def. Dick Faldo (10) 3 & 1.

As Juan Antonio might have said of the Dunk-Nicklaus decider, "The best final of them all."  Well, maybe a slight exaggeration, but an enthralling contest nonetheless.  Match 15 was a seesawing affair, Bluey won the first, halved the next 4, then lost the 6th and 7th to go 1 down.  He won the 8th, halved the 9th, and lost the 10th to again go 1 down.  He won the 11th, halved the 12th and lost the 13th to be yet again at 1 down - a delicate position with 5 to play.  Tack, with shots left on holes 16 and 18, lost 14 and 15, to go 1 down.  Bluey put himself in the Champions seat by winning the 16th, going 2 up with two to play.  With the pressure mounting, both players carefully avoided the water hazard on 17 by hitting their tee shots to the 9th fairway and then chipping back over the tree line.  Bluey hit the green with his third shot but Tack's reply went through the green into the rough.  Tack, needing to win the hole to keep the match alive, duffed his chip shot and eventually conceded the hole to give Bluey his first major victory.

2004 .... After extensive consultation with senior players and the stamp of approval from officials at the R &A, the decision was made to alter the format of the Match Play Championship.  Qualifying day is now an all-in stableford event with the top 16 scorers progressing to the match play rounds.

27 starters teed up for qualifying on Sunday, October 10th.  The 16 top scorers through to the match play rounds were Java Haas 33pts, Boo Boo Weekley and Seve Hemosteros (31), Kipper Parnevik (29), Davidson Love III and JPY Hayes (28), Kenny Crenshaw, Soldier Montgomerie, Costantino Blocker and Bluey Dunk (25), Garry Mize (24), Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson, Hunter Meehan and Dick Faldo (23), Notah Kelly III and Hale Irving (22).

The players missing the cut were Grantief Goosen and Phillips Mickelson 22pts, Vijay Field and Jose-Mumma Olazabal (20), Shigeki Moroneyama (19), Tubby Waldorf (18), Karrie White and Tack Nicklaus (17), Peard Fulke, Edward Romero and Big Jack Daley (15).

Results of the Round of 16 (November 7) were Match 1 - Hale Irving (19) def. Java Haas (12) 7 & 6, Match 2 - Costantino Blocker (23) def. Soldier Montgomerie (15) at the 20th, Match 3 - Davidson Love (14) def. Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson (10) 4 & 2, Match 4 - Kipper Parnevik (4) def. Hunter Meehan (11) 1 up, Match 5 - Seve Hemosteros (4) def. Dick Faldo (10) 2 up, Match 6 - JPY Hayes (2) def. Garry Mize (3) 1 up, Match 7 - Kenny Crenshaw (13) def. Bluey Dunk (12) 2 up, Match 8 - Notah Kelly (31) def. Boo Boo Weekley (17) at the 19th.

Results from the quarter-finals (November 14) were Match 9 - Hale Irving (19) def. Costantino Blocker (23) 5 & 4, Match 10 - Davidson Love (14) def. Kipper Parnevik (4) 2 up, Match 11 - JPY Hayes (2) def. Seve Hemosteros (4) 4 & 3, Match 12 - Kenny Crenshaw (13) def. Notah Kelly (31) 7 & 5.

Results from the semi-finals (November 19) were Match 13 - Davidson Love (14) def. Hale Irving (19) 4 & 3, Match 14 - Kenny Crenshaw (13) def. JPY Hayes (2) 1 up.

For those that remember an epic clash, think of the 1981 NSWRL Grand Final when the Jets were stiffed on the bell.  Match 15 was yet another high-quality game from this years Championship, Davidson Love III won the 18th hole to finish 1 up over the 50-something former Jets star, Kenny Crenshaw.  For many in the large gallery, this was the highest standard final of them all.  Not only the closeness of the match - no more than one hole's difference at any stage - but the almost complete lack of mishits until nerves set in at the 16th hole.  Congratulations to Davidson, now a 4-time Champion (previously 1989, 1991 and 1994) but the victory comes with a sting in the tail - he loses 6 shots for next years event!  Commiserations to Kenny who put up a gallant fight but was probably let down over the concluding holes by his womanly putting.  He loses 3 shots.

2003 .... A tournament record 28 starters teed off on Sunday, November 9th.  Qualifying Round results were Match 1 - Soldier Montgomerie (16) def. Peard Fulke (9), Java Haas (11) and Karrie White (11), Match 2 - Tubby Waldorf (29) def. JPY Hayes (1) and Seve Hemosteros (3), Match 3 - Garry Mize (5) def. Ford Funk (9) and Vijay Field (10), Match 4 - Kenny Crenshaw (13) def. Kipper Parnevik (3), Boo Boo Weekley (16) and Costantino Blocker (22), Match 5 - Cavey Pavin (14) def. Rich Kent (+3), Dick Faldo (9) and Davidson Love III (14), Match 6 - Hale Irving (19) def. Jose-Mumma Olazabal (+1) and Tack Nicklaus (20), Match 7 - Bluey Dunk (12) def. Phillips Mickelson (12) and Big Jack Daley (18), Match 8 - Shigeki Moroneyama (24) def. Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson (9), Hunter Meehan (10) and Grantief Goosen (14).

Round of 8 (Sunday November 16) results were Match 9 - Soldier Montgomerie (16) def. Tubby Waldorf (29) 8 & 7, Match 10 - Garry Mize (5) def. Kenny Crenshaw (13) 2 up, Match 11 - Cavey Pavin (14) def. Hale Irving (19) 3 & 1 and Match 12 - Shigeki Moroneyama (24) def. Bluey Dunk (12) 1 up.

Semi-finals (Friday November 21) results were Match 13 - Garry Mize (5) def. Soldier Montgomerie (16) 3 & 1 and Match 14 - Shigeki Moroneyama (24) def. Cavey Pavin (14) 1 up.

The Championship Match, played on Sunday November 23rd, proved yet again that the old adage about weight stopping a train was correct.  In Match 15 Shigeki Moroneyama triumphed 5 and 3 over Garry Mize in a typical finals match.  Shigeki was never headed, leading by one hole at the turn and winning four of the next six holes to finish the contest at the 15th.

2002 .... The Championship commenced with 22 starters on Sunday October 13th.

Qualifying Round results were Match 1 - Kipper Parnevik (3) def. Trent Nobilo (8) and Cavey Pavin (13), Match 2 - Vijay Field (14) def. Hunter Meehan (9) 3 and 2, Match 3 - Grantief Goosen (15) def. Edwardo Romero (10) and Tubby Waldorf (28), Match 4 - Kenny Crenshaw (13) def. Dick Faldo (8) and Hale Irving (18), Match 5 - Notah Kelly III (32) def. Ford Funk (8) and Bluey Dunk (11), Match 6 - Shigeki Moroneyama (25) def. Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson (8) and Soldier Montgomerie (15), Match 7 - Tack Nicklaus (20) def. Karrie White (10) and Davidson Love III (13), Match 8 - Java Haas (13) def. Jose-Mumma Olazabal (+2) 2 up.

Round of 8 (Sunday October 20) results were Match 9 - Vijay Field (14) def. Kipper Parnevik (3) 5 and 3, Match 10 - Grantief Goosen (15) def. Kenny Crenshaw (13) 2 up, Match 11 - Shigeki Moroneyama (25) def. Notah Kelly III (32) 3 and 2 and Match 12 - Java Haas (13) def. Tack Nicklaus (20) 5 and 4.

Semi-finals (Friday October 25) results were Match 13 - Vijay Field (14) def. Grantief Goosen (15) 6 and 5 and Match 14 - Java Haas (13) def. Shigeki Moroneyama (25) 3 and 2.

The Championship Match, played on Sunday October 27, turned out to be a slight anti-climax for spectators.  Vijay Field, the 1997 Champion, was 3 up after 8 holes and never looked back, eventually putting away an out of sorts Java Haas 4 and 2 in Match 15.

2001 .... The Championship, commenced on Sunday October 7th, with 27 starters (a then record field) lining up for qualifying day.  To accommodate all starters, some matches included 4 players.

Qualifying Round results were Match 1 - Hale Irving (20) def. Garry Mize (4) and Kenny Crenshaw (12), Match 2 - Notah Kelly III (32) def. Java Haas (12) and Soldier Montgomerie (15), Match 3 - Ford Funk (12) def. Cavey Pavin (12) and Boo Boo Weekley (15), Match 4 - Dick Faldo (8) def. Danny White Shark (17), Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson (7) and Tiger Wood (10), Match 5 - Bluey Dunk (11) def. Seve Hemosteros (2), Tubby Waldorf (32) and Hunter Meehan (8), Match 6 - Edwardo Romero (12) def. Vijay Field (13) and Davidson Love III (12), Match 7 - Karrie White (10) def. Cain Stewart (4) and Shigeki Moroneyama (24) and Match 8 - Sergio Grasscia (7) def. Kipper Parnevik (2), Costantino Blocker (21) and Robert Allanby (4).

Round of 8 (Sunday October 14) results were Match 9 - Hale Irving (20) def. Notah Kelly III (32) 4 and 2, Match 10 - Ford Funk (12) def. Dick Faldo (8) 1 up, Match 11 - Edwardo Romero (12) def. Bluey Dunk (11) 3 and 2 and Match 12 - Sergio Grasscia (7) def. Karrie White (10) 4 and 3.

Semi-finals (Friday October 19) results were Match 13 - Ford Funk (12) def. Hale Irving (20) 3 and 2 and Match 14 - Sergio Grasscia (7) def. Edwardo Romero (12) 2 and 1.

Match 15, held on Sunday October 21, was a high quality final with the battle hardened Ford Funk claiming his first major.  Ford Funk (12) def. Sergio Grasscia (7) 2 up. 

2000 .... The event commenced on Sunday October 8th with 22 starters.

Qualifying Round results were Match 1 - Ford Funk (12) def. Tubby Waldorf (32) and Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson (7), Match 2 - Dick Faldo (12) def. Davidson Love III (11) and Shigeki Moroneyama (22), Match 3 - Soldier Montgomerie (16) def. Java Haas (12) 1 up, Match 4 - Tiger Wood (11) def. Seve Hemosteros (3) and Jose-Mumma Olazabal (+1), Match 5 - Cavey Pavin (13) def. Anderson Forsbrand (12) 2 and 1, Match 6 - Notah Kelly III (32) def. Tack Nicklaus (20) and Vijay Field (13), Match 7 - Costantino Blocker (23) def. Kenny Crenshaw (11) and John O'Byrne (18) and Match 8 - Karrie White (11) def. JPY Hayes (Scr) and Danny White Shark (17).

Round of 8 (Sunday October 15) results were Match 9 - Dick Faldo (12) def. Ford Funk (12) 7 and 6, Match 10 - Soldier Montgomerie (16) def. Tiger Wood (11) 2 and 1, Match 11 - Notah Kelly III (32) def. Cavey Pavin (13) 3 and 2 and Match 12 - Costantino Blocker (23) def. Karrie White (11) 5 and 4.

Semi-finals (Friday October 20) results were Match 13 - Dick Faldo (12) def. Soldier Montgomerie (16) 3 and 2 and Match 14 - Costantino Blocker (23) def. Notah Kelly III (32) 7 and 6.

The final (Sunday October 22) saw the people's prince, Dick Faldo (12), lead throughout to win his first major.  He defeated Costantino Blocker (23) 4 and 3.

1999 .... 19 players faced the starter on Sunday October 3rd.

Qualifying Round results were Match 1 - Karrie White (11) def. Edwardo Romero (10) 3 and 2, Match 2 - Anderson Forsbrand (13) def. Java Haas (12) and Danny White Shark (15), Match 3 - Bluey Dunk (11) def. Shigeki Moroneyama (22) 5 and 4, Match 4 - Soldier Montgomerie (21) def. Boo Boo Weekley (13) and Dick Faldo (11), Match 5 - Tiger Wood (12) def. Vijay Field (12) 3 and 2, Match 6 - Hunter Meehan (12) def. Davidson Love III (10) 4 and 3, Match 7 - Kenny Crenshaw (10) def. Notah Kelly III (30) 4 and 2 and Match 8 - Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson (8) def. Ford Funk (11) and Cavey Pavin (13).

Round of 8 (Sunday October 10) results were Match 9 - Anderson Forsbrand (13) def. Karrie White (11) 2 and 1, Match 10 - Soldier Montgomerie (21) def. Bluey Dunk (11) 4 and 3, Match 11 - Tiger Wood (12) def. Hunter Meehan (10) on forfeit and Match 12 - Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson (8) def. Ken Crenshaw (10) 4 and 3.

Semi-finals (Friday October 15) results were Match 13 - Soldier Montgomerie (21) def. Anderson Forsbrand (13) 7 and 6 and Match 14 - Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson (8) def. Tiger Wood (12) at the 20th.

Match 15, held on Sunday October 17, was the most lopsided final of the millennium.  Soldier Montgomerie destroyed Fatcatsson 8 and 7.  Per-Ulrik offered no excuses and put half his prizemoney on the bar as some consolation for the spectators.

1998 .... 19 players gathered for battle on Sunday October 4th.  All starters were accommodated by the new tournament format.

Qualifying Round results were Match 1 - Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson (8) def. Dick Faldo (10) 1 up, Match 2 - Cavey Pavin (14) def. Notah Kelly III (27) and Davidson Love III (9), Match 3 - Bluey Dunk (12) def. Tiger Wood (10) 2 and 1, Match 4 - Shigeki Moroneyama (20) def. Jose-Mumma Olazabal (4) and JPY Hayes (Scr), Match 5 - Hunter Meehan (10) def. Danny White Shark (14) 5 and 3, Match 6 - Hal Whitton (6) def. Vijay Field (12) 7 and 5, Match 7 - Costantino Blocker (26) def. Tubby Waldorf (27) 4 and 3 and Match 8 - Soldier Montgomerie (17) def. Java Haas (12) and Anderson Forsbrand (11).

Round of 8 (Sunday October 11) results were Match 9 - Cavey Pavin (14) def. Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson (8) 2 and 1, Match 10 - Bluey Dunk (12) def. Shigeki Moroneyama (20) 3 and 1, Match 11 - Hal Whitton (6) def. Hunter Meehan (10) 3 and 1 and Match 12 - Costantino Blocker (26) def. Soldier Montgomerie (17) 2 and 1.

Semi-finals (Saturday October 17) results were Match 13 - Bluey Dunk (12) def. Cavey Pavin (14) 1 up and Match 14 - Costantino Blocker (26) def. Hal Whitton (6) 1 up.

The Championship Match, held on Sunday October 18, gave Costantino Blocker his first major, defeating Bluey Dunk.  All square after 15 holes, Bluey lost the 16th hole through a disqualification.  In a gesture of good sportsmanship, Costantino Blocker replayed the hole and won it, squared the 17th, and won the 18th with a 6 (net 5) to Bluey's 7 for a 2 up win in Match 15.

1997 .... With 18 starters, the tournament commenced on Friday October 3rd with two play-off games - Hunter Meehan (8) and Costantino Blocker (26) defeated Davidson Love III (9) and Tack Nicklaus (19) 6 and 5 respectively.

Round of 16 (Sunday October 5) results were Match 1 - Jose-Mumma Olazabal (4) def. Notah Kelly III (27) 3 and 1, Match 2 - Dick Faldo (10) def. Shigeki Moroneyama (20) 4 and 3, Match 3 - Cavey Pavin (14) def. JPY Hayes (Scr) 1 up, Match 4 - Costantino Blocker (26) def. Soldier Montgomerie (18) 3 and 1, Match 5 - Tiger Wood (10) def. Seve Hemosteros (2) 2 and 1, Match 6 - Vijay Field (14) def. Hunter Meehan (8) 4 and 3, Match 7 - Java Haas (13) def. Per-Ulrik Fatcatsson (8) 2 and 1 and Match 8 - Hal Whitton (6) def. Big Jack Daley (16) 3 and 2.

Round of 8 (Sunday October 12) results were Match 9 - Dick Faldo (10) def. Jose-Mumma Olazabal (4) 3 and 2, Match 10 - Costantino Blocker (26) def. Cavey Pavin (14) 1 up, Match 11 - Vijay Field (14) def. Tiger Wood (10) at the 20th and Match 12 - Hal Whitton (6) def. Java Haas (13) 2 and 1.

Semi-finals (Friday October 17) results were Match 13 - Dick Faldo (10) def. Costantino Blocker (26) 2 up and Match 14 - Vijay Field (14) def. Hal Whitton (6) 1 up.

The Championship Match (Sunday October 19) saw Vijay Field beat Dick Faldo 4 and 3.  At the end of nine very competitive holes, Dick was 1 up with no inkling of the devastation that lay ahead.  Vijay Field stepped up a gear playing the next 6 holes in 4 over, and Match 15 was over.

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