Saturday, November 19, 2005

Algarve World Cup Update

Day 3 of the World Golf Championships. The third day of the venue, in the four-ball format, witnessed the Welsh team comprising of Stephen Dodd and Bradley Dredge fire an 11 under round of 61. They take the lead from England and Sweeden, currently two shots behind at -9.

The Welsh pair opened with a 6 under 30, 3 birdies apiece, but it was Dredge's eagle that separated the boys from the men. Dredge nailed a drive to 35ft and holed the putt to put the Welsh dragons in the lead.

All three teams, Wales, England and Sweden are in close contention for the final round of foursomes tomorrow. If Wales were to the lift the trophy, it would be the first time since 1987, when Ian Woosnam and David Llewellyn won the title.

“We are in a very good position,” said Dredge. “Coming into this tournament we were both playing good golf and we have given ourselves a chance to go out and finish it off which is what we want to do.”

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