2004 Eisenhower Trophy

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2004 Eisenhower Trophy
Tournament information
Dates28–31 October
Location Río Grande, Puerto Rico
18°13′20″N66°25′49″W / 18.2223°N 66.4303°W / 18.2223; -66.4303
Course(s) Rio Mar Country Club
River and Ocean courses
Format72 holes stroke play
Statistics
Par72 (River)
72 (Ocean)
Field66 teams
198 players
Champion
Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Spencer Levin, Ryan Moore &
Lee Williams
407 (−25)
Location Map
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Río Mar CC
Location in the Caribbean
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Río Mar CC
Location in Puerto Rico
  2002
2006  

The 2004 Eisenhower Trophy took place 28–31 October at Rio Mar Country Club in Río Grande, Puerto Rico. It was the 24th World Amateur Team Championship for the Eisenhower Trophy. The tournament was a 72-hole stroke play team event with 66 three-man teams. The best two scores for each round counted towards the team total. Each team was due to play two rounds on the two courses. The leading teams played on the River course on the third day and were due to play on the Ocean course on the final day.

Contents

Heavy rain and lightning caused the final day to be abandoned and the event was reduced to 54 holes. The leading 36 teams had played their third round on the River course while the others played on the Ocean course. [1]

The United States won their 13th Eisenhower Trophy, nine strokes ahead of Spain, who took the silver medal. Sweden took the bronze medal while Canada, Italy and Switzerland finished tied for fourth place. Ryan Moore had the best 54-hole aggregate of 204, 12 under par. [1]

The 2004 Espirito Santo Trophy was played on the same courses one week prior.

Teams

66 three-man teams contested the event.

The following table lists the players on the leading teams. [2] [1]

CountryPlayers
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia Jarrod Lyle, James Nitties, Michael Sim
Flag of Austria.svg  Austria Michael Moser, Florian Praegant, Bernd Wiesberger
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada Craig Doell, James Lepp, Richard Scott
Flag of Chile.svg  Chile Benjamín Alvarado, Hugo León, Santiago Russi
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark Christoffer Christiansen, Mark Haastrup, Kasper Linnet Jørgensen
Flag of England.svg  England James Heath, Matthew Richardson, Gary Wolstenholme
Flag of Finland.svg  Finland Antti Ahokas, Mikko Korhonen, Heikki Mäntylä
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany Florian Fritsch, Martin Kaymer, Max Kramer
Flag of India.svg  India Vikrant Chopra, Jaskirat Dullet, Amarbir Singh Lehal
Four Provinces Flag.svg  Ireland Darren Crowe, Brian McElhinney, Sean McTernan
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Matteo Delpodio, Edoardo Molinari, Francesco Molinari
Flag of Japan.svg  Japan Yuta Ikeda, Kunihiro Kamii, Takamasa Yamamoto
Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia S. Siva Chandhran, Ben Leong, Sukree Othman
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Wil Besseling, Edward de Jong, Wouter de Vries
Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Jamie McLeary, George Murray, Stuart Wilson
Flag of South Africa.svg  South Africa Norman Beggs, Matthew Kent, Dawie van der Walt
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Rafa Cabrera-Bello, Alfredo García-Heredia, Alvaro Quiros
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Kalle Edberg, Oscar Florén, Alex Norén
Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Roger Furrer, Martin Rominger, Nicolas Sulzer
Flag of the United States.svg  United States Spencer Levin, Ryan Moore, Lee Williams
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Rhys Davies, Nigel Edwards, Gareth Wright

Results

#CountryScoreTo par
1Flag of the United States.svg  United States 132-136-139=407−25
2Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 137-139-140=416−16
3Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 138-141-138=417−15
T4Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 143-143-136=422−10
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 136-146-140=422
Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland 137-142-143=422
7Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales 141-138-144=423−9
T8Flag of England.svg  England 137-146-141=424−8
Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia 143-143-138=424
T10Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 143-143-139=425−7
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 138-145-142=425
T12Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 142-141-145=428−4
Flag of Japan.svg  Japan 141-143-144=428
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands 140-147-141=428
T15Flag of Chile.svg  Chile 143-145-142=430−2
Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 148-142-140=430
T17Four Provinces Flag.svg  Ireland 143-146-142=431−1
Flag of South Africa.svg  South Africa 147-138-146=431
19Flag of India.svg  India 143-148-141=432E
20Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 145-143-145=433+1
T21Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico 148-141-145=434+2
Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand 150-144-140=434
T23Flag of France.svg  France 148-142-145=435+3
Flag of the Philippines.svg  Philippines 143-148-144=435
Flag of South Korea.svg  South Korea 144-144-147=435
26Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal 141-150-145=436+4
T27Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 144-150-143=437+5
Flag of El Salvador.svg  El Salvador 140-150-147=437
Flag of Iceland.svg  Iceland 142-147-148=437
Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand 143-150-144=437
31Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland 141-150-149=440+8
32Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 150-145-147=442+10
33Flag of Peru.svg  Peru 146-145-152=443+11
T34Flag of Bermuda.svg  Bermuda 143-150-151=444+12
Flag of Chinese Taipei for Olympic games.svg  Chinese Taipei 151-146-147=444
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway 148-145-151=444
T37Flag of Guatemala.svg  Guatemala 146-153-146=445+13
Flag of Pakistan.svg  Pakistan 148-153-144=445
Flag of Puerto Rico.svg  Puerto Rico 147-152-146=445
T40Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia 148-149-149=446+14
Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg  Dominican Republic 145-151-150=446
42Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil 150-147-151=448+16
T43Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium 148-148-153=449+17
Flag of Bolivia.svg  Bolivia 146-150-153=449
Flag of Trinidad and Tobago.svg  Trinidad and Tobago 149-149-151=449
Flag of Turkey.svg  Turkey 146-152-151=449
47Flag of Zimbabwe.svg  Zimbabwe 151-150-149=450+18
48Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador 155-148-153=456+24
T49Flag of Panama.svg  Panama 150-153-154=457+25
Flag of Venezuela.svg  Venezuela 149-156-152=457
51Flag of Paraguay.svg  Paraguay 156-148-154=458+26
52Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia 158-152-149=459+27
53Flag of Barbados.svg  Barbados 158-147-157=462+30
54Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 157-154-153=464+32
55Flag of Slovakia.svg  Slovakia 158-157-151=466+34
56Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong 154-158-156=468+36
57Flag of Costa Rica.svg  Costa Rica 153-162-157=472+40
T58Flag of the Cayman Islands.svg  Cayman Islands 158-162-159=479+47
Flag of Greece.svg  Greece 160-161-158=479
60Flag of Eswatini.svg  Eswatini 168-160-157=485+53
61Flag of the Bahamas.svg  Bahamas 165-159-162=486+54
62Flag of Estonia.svg  Estonia 161-169-159=489+57
63Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia 164-161-165=490+58
64Flag of the United States Virgin Islands.svg  United States Virgin Islands 164-163-166=493+61
65Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg  United Arab Emirates 162-173-159=494+62
DQFlag of Egypt.svg  Egypt 156-161-DQ

Source: [2]

The leading 36 teams played their third round on the River course with the remaining teams playing on the Ocean course.

Individual leaders

There was no official recognition for the lowest individual scores.

#PlayerCountryScoreTo par
1 Ryan Moore Flag of the United States.svg  United States 65-67-72=204−12
2 Spencer Levin Flag of the United States.svg  United States 70-69-67=206−10
T3 Wil Besseling Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands 68-71-69=208−8
Alex Norén Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 69-70-69=208
T5 Benjamín Alvarado Flag of Chile.svg  Chile 71-69-69=209−7
Nigel Edwards Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales 70-67-72=209
Josh Geary Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand 72-69-68=209
Juvic Pagunsan Flag of the Philippines.svg  Philippines 69-70-70=209
Nicolas Sulzer Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland 66-70-73=209
T10 Craig Doell Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 70-73-67=210−6
Florian Fritsch Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 69-71-70=210
Alfredo García-Heredia Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 68-71-71=210
Ben Leong Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia 72-69-69=210
Francesco Molinari Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 68-73-69=210

Source: [2]

Players in the leading teams played two rounds on the River course and one on the Ocean course.

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