1999 WGC-Andersen Consulting Match Play Championship

1999 WGC-Andersen Consulting Match Play Championship

1999 WGC-Andersen Consulting Match Play Championship
Tournament information
Dates February 24–28, 1999
Location Carlsbad, California
Course(s) La Costa Resort and Spa
Tour(s) PGA Tour
European Tour
Statistics
Par 72
Length 7,022
Field 64 players
Prize fund $5,000,000
Winner's share $1,000,000
Champion
Jeff Maggert
def. Andrew Magee after 38 holes
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The 1999 WGC-Andersen Consulting Match Play Championship was a golf tournament that was played from February 24–28, 1999 at La Costa Resort and Spa in Carlsbad, California. It was the first WGC-Andersen Consulting Match Play Championship and the first of three World Golf Championships events held in 1999.

Jeff Maggert won his first World Golf Championships event at the match-play, by defeating Andrew Magee on the 38th hole in the 36 hole final that went extra holes.

Contents

  • Brackets 1
    • Bobby Jones bracket 1.1
    • Ben Hogan bracket 1.2
    • Gary Player bracket 1.3
    • Sam Snead bracket 1.4
    • Final Four 1.5
  • Breakdown by country 2
  • Prize money breakdown 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Brackets

The Championship was a single elimination match play event. The field consisted of the top 64 players available from the Official World Golf Ranking as of the February 14 ranking, seeded according to those rankings.[1]

Jumbo Osaki (ranked #13) chose not to play and was replaced by Nick Faldo (#65).[2]

Bobby Jones bracket

First round
February 24
Second round
February 25
Third round
February 26
Fourth round
February 27
                       
1 Tiger Woods 4&3
16 Nick Faldo
1 Tiger Woods 1up
9 Bob Tway
8 Tom Watson
9 Bob Tway 6&4
1 Tiger Woods 2&1
13 Stewart Cink
5 Payne Stewart
12 Stewart Cink 3&2
12 Craig Parry
13 Stewart Cink 3&2
4 Jesper Parnevik
13 Craig Parry 1up
1 Tiger Woods
6 Jeff Maggert 2&1
6 Jeff Maggert 2up
11 Fred Funk
6 Jeff Maggert 1up
3 Nick Price
3 Nick Price 4&3
14 Frankie Miñoza
6 Jeff Maggert 1up
7 Bernhard Langer
7 Bernhard Langer 4&2
10 Brad Faxon
7 Bernhard Langer 2&1
2 Vijay Singh
2 Vijay Singh 5&3
15 Rocco Mediate

Ben Hogan bracket

First round
February 24
Second round
February 25
Third round
February 26
Fourth round
February 27
                       
1 Davis Love III
16 Steve Pate 1up
16 Steve Pate 1up
9 Brandt Jobe
8 Jeff Sluman
9 Brandt Jobe 3&2
16 Steve Pate 1up
4 Fred Couples
5 Scott Hoch 3&2
12 Ian Woosnam
5 Scott Hoch
4 Fred Couples 1up
4 Fred Couples 2up
13 Dudley Hart
16 Steve Pate 3&2
15 Eduardo Romero
6 Lee Janzen 3&2
11 Glen Day
6 Lee Janzen
3 Phil Mickelson 2&1
3 Phil Mickelson 3&2
14 Joe Ozaki
3 Phil Mickelson
15 Eduardo Romero 2&1
7 Greg Norman 3&2
10 John Cook
7 Greg Norman
15 Eduardo Romero 21h
2 Lee Westwood
15 Eduardo Romero 3&2

Gary Player bracket

First round
February 24
Second round
February 25
Third round
February 26
Fourth round
February 27
                       
1 David Duval 2&1
16 Stephen Leaney
1 David Duval
9 Bill Glasson 2&1
8 Stuart Appleby
9 Bill Glasson 2&1
9 Bill Glasson
13 Andrew Magee 1up
5 Brian Watts
12 Thomas Bjørn 1up
12 Thomas Bjørn
13 Andrew Magee 2&1
4 Darren Clarke
13 Andrew Magee 1up
13 Andrew Magee 1up
11 Shigeki Maruyama
6 Steve Stricker
11 Shigeki Maruyama 3&2
11 Shigeki Maruyama 4&2
3 Justin Leonard
3 Justin Leonard 4&3
14 Miguel Á. Jiménez
11 Shigeki Maruyama 2&1
10 Loren Roberts
7 Hal Sutton
10 Loren Roberts 5&4
10 Loren Roberts 2&1
15 Paul Azinger
2 Ernie Els
15 Paul Azinger 1up

Sam Snead bracket

First round
February 24
Second round
February 25
Third round
February 26
Fourth round
February 27
                       
1 Mark O'Meara
16 Michael Bradley 4&2
16 Michael Bradley
8 José M. Olazábal 2&1
8 José M. Olazábal 5&3
9 Billy Mayfair
8 José M. Olazábal 1up
13 Steve Jones
5 Tom Lehman
12 Scott Verplank 3&1
12 Scott Verplank
13 Steve Jones 5&4
4 Steve Elkington
13 Steve Jones 2&1
8 José M. Olazábal
7 John Huston 2&1
6 Mark Calcavecchia
11 Carlos Franco 2&1
11 Carlos Franco
14 Patrik Sjöland 1up
3 Jim Furyk
14 Patrik Sjöland 5&3
14 Patrik Sjöland
7 John Huston 1up
7 John Huston 3&2
10 Bob Estes
7 John Huston 2&1
15 Craig Stadler
2 Colin Montgomerie
15 Craig Stadler 5&3

Final Four

  Semi-finals
February 27
    Finals
February 28
                 
  6   Jeff Maggert 1up  
  16   Steve Pate    
      6   Jeff Maggert 38h
      13   Andrew Magee
  13   Andrew Magee 3&1    
  7   John Huston   Third place
 
16   Steve Pate
  7   John Huston 5&4

Breakdown by country

Country R64 R32 R16 QF SF F Ch
 Argentina 1 1 1 1
 Australia 5 2
 Denmark 1 1
 England 2
 Fiji 1 1
 Germany 1 1 1
 Japan 2 1 1 1
 Northern Ireland 1
 Paraguay 1 1
 Philippines 1
 Scotland 1
 South Africa 1
 Spain 2 1 1 1
 Sweden 2 1 1
 United States 40 21 11 5 4 2 1
 Wales 1
 Zimbabwe 1 1

Prize money breakdown

Place US ($)[3] Euro (€)[4]
Champion 1,000,000 859,158
Runner-up 500,000 429,579
Third place 400,000 343,663
Fourth place 300,000 257,747
Losing quarter-finalists x 4 150,000 128,873
Losing third round x 8 75,000 64,437
Losing second round x 16 50,000 42,960
Losing first round x 32 25,000 21,478
Total $5,000,000 €4,295,761

References

  1. ^ Official World Golf Ranking – February 14, 1999
  2. ^ Golf: World Match Play; Woods vs. Faldo a Key Attraction
  3. ^ Golf Observer. "1999 WGC match play money in dollars". 
  4. ^ Golf Observer. "1999 WGC match play money in euros". 

External links

  • Bracket PDF