Tiger and Team Isleworth ready to take on Lake Nona


Tavistock CupORLANDO, Fla. ' Tavistock Cup, the crosstown rivalry between Isleworth and Lake Nonas professional golf members, has finalized its field and set its pairings for the team competition March 16-17 at Lake Nona.
Golf Channel will have exclusive, live coverage from noon until the conclusion of play each day.
Mark OMeara returns as captain for Team Isleworth and is joined by teammates Tiger Woods, Robert Allenby, Stuart Appleby, Daniel Chopra, Darren Clarke, John Cook, J.B. Holmes, Charles Howell III and Nick O'Hern.
Ernie Els returns as captain of Team Lake Nona which includes Ben Curtis, Chris DiMarco, Retief Goosen, Trevor Immelman, Graeme McDowell, Mark McNulty, Ian Poulter, Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson.
The members of Isleworth and Lake Nona have won a combined total of 53 major championships and more than 710 career worldwide victories.
As in previous years, the team competition within Tavistock Cup will include hole-in-one prizes including Audi cars, Air Nautique boats, Omega watches and private air travel from Marquis Jet.
Round 1 will be a four-ball medal match play format. Within the four-ball, the two-person team with the lowest 18-hole better-ball total will win the match. Each win is worth 2 points, a tie is worth 1 point and a loss is worth 0 points. In total, there will be 10 points awarded for Round 1.
Round 1 Matches:
Match 1: Tiger Woods/John Cook (I) vs. Henrik Stenson/Chris DiMarco (LN)
Match 2: Mark O'Meara/Darren Clarke (I) vs. Mark McNulty/Ben Curtis (LN)
Match 3: Robert Allenby/Stuart Appley (I) vs. Justin Rose/Ian Poulter (LN)
Match 4: Nick O'Hern/Charles Howell III (I) vs. Ernie Els/Trevor Immelman (LN)
Match 5: J.B. Holmes/Daniel Chopra (I) vs. Retief Goosen/Graeme McDowell (LN)
Round 2 will be a Four-ball Singles Medal Match Play format. Each player in the group plays an 18-hole stroke play singles match against each of the opposing two players; therefore, each player plays two singles matches. A win is worth 1 point, a tie is worth a point and a loss is worth 0 points. In total, there will be 20 points awarded for Round 2. As a result, it will take 15 points to win the Tavistock Cup and be crowned World Golf and Country Club Champion.
Day Two Singles:

Match 1
Mark OMeara (I)vs.Trevor Immelman (LN)
Mark OMeara (I)vs.Ben Curtis (LN)
John Cook (I)vs.Trevor Immelman (LN)
John Cook (I) vs.Ben Curtis (LN)

Match 2
Nick O Hern (I) vs.Graeme McDowell (LN)
Nick OHern (I)vs.Retief Goosen (LN)
Stuart Appleby (I)vs.Graeme McDowell (LN)
Stuart Appleby (I)vs.Retief Goosen (LN)

Match 3
J.B. Holmes (I)vs.Justin Rose (LN)
J.B. Holmes (I)vs.Chris DiMarco (LN)
Robert Allenby (I)vs.Justin Rose (LN)
Robert Allenby (I)vs.Chris DiMarco (LN)

Match 4
Darren Clarke (I)vs.Mark McNulty (LN)
Darren Clarke (I)vs.Ernie Els (LN)
Daniel Chopra (I)vs.Mark McNulty (LN)
Daniel Chopra (I)vs.Ernie Els (LN)

Match 5
Tiger Woods (I)vs.Ian Poulter (LN)
Tiger Woods (I)vs.Henrik Stenson (LN)
Charles Howell III (I)vs.Ian Poulter (LN)
Charles Howell III (I)vs.Henrik Stenson (LN)
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