ORLANDO, Fla. – Oliver Wilson fired a 65 on Tuesday at Isleworth Country Club to lead Lake Nona to a dominating victory in the Tavistock Cup.
Wilson’s 65 was the low score of the stroke-play portion of the competition and earned the Englishman the Payne Stewart Salver Award. Lake Nona finished with a two-day total of 43 under that was 16 strokes better than second-place Albany.
The home team, Isleworth, finished at 25 under while Queenwood had a total of 18 under. The second round of the two-day competition consisted of the combined total in relation to par of the six members on each team.
All six players on the Lake Nona team broke par for a total of 18 under on Tuesday – no more than three players on any of the other three teams managed to do the same. Robert Allenby had the low score for Isleworth with a 66 while Adam Scott of Queenwood shot 67 and Albany’s Ian Poulter and Henrik Stenson of Lake Nona each shot 68s.
Tiger Woods, who played for Albany, had the only other sub-70 score at 69.
Following are Tuesday’s scores:
|43 under||Lake Nona||Oliver Wilson 65
Henrik Stenson 68
Graeme McDowell 70
Ross Fisher 70
Peter Hanson 70
Retief Goosen 71
|27 under||Albany||Ian Poulter 68
Tiger Woods 69
Arjun Atwal 71
Justin Rose 73
Ernie Els 74
Trevor Immelman 78
|25 under||Isleworth||Robert Allenby 66
J.B. Holmes 70
Stuart Appleby 73
Sean O’Hair 73
Lee Janzen 77
Brian Davis 78
|18 under||Queenwood||Adam Scott 67
Thomas Bjorn 70
David Howell 71
Darren Clarke 74
Soren Kjeldsen 74
Paul McGinley 74