Adam Scott, Jason Day set for World Cup
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP)
Masters champion Adam Scott and Jason Day will represent Australia in the World Cup of Golf next month at Royal Melbourne.
Tournament officials announced the pairing Saturday.
Scott, ranked No. 2 in the world, said ''it will be a great week for Australian golf.''
Matt Kuchar and Gary Woodland will play for the United States in the Nov. 21-24 event that will feature individual stroke-play competition with a team component - total scores of two-man teams.
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