2012 Pitch and putt World Cup

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IV World Cup · Pitch and putt
- Ireland 2012 -
Teams 11
Host Republic of Ireland Royal Meath
Date August 24 to 26
Podium
Gold medal blank.svg Champions
Silver medal blank.svg Second place
Bronze medal blank.svg Third place
Fourth place
Republic of Ireland Ireland
Australia Australia
Netherlands Netherlands
Norway Norway

The 2012 Pitch and putt World Cup was held on the Royal Meath course (Ireland) and was the fourth edition for this championship promoted by the Federation of International Pitch and Putt Associations (FIPPA), with 11 national teams. Ireland won their second World Cup after defeating Australia in the final.

Qualifying round[edit]

36 holes qualification
1.  Ireland 238
2.  Catalonia 254
3.  Australia 255
4.  Netherlands 267
5.  Great Britain 269
6. Flag of Galicia.svg Galicia 275
7.  Norway 280
8.   Switzerland 283
9.  Germany 285
10.  Andorra 287
11.  Chile 324
* 5 best results

Second round[edit]

Places 9-11[1]

9-11 W D L PF PA DP
 Andorra 2 0 0 8,5 1,5 +7
 Germany 1 0 1 5 5 =
 Chile 0 0 0 1,5 8,5 -8

9th-11th
Germany  1-4  Andorra

9th-11th
Germany  4-1  Chile

9th-11th
Andorra  4.5-0.5  Chile

Final rounds[edit]

Quarter finals Semifinals Final
                 
1  Ireland 5
8   Switzerland 0
1  Ireland 3
4  Netherlands 2
5  Great Britain 1
4  Netherlands 4
1  Ireland 5
2  Australia 0
3  Australia 4
6 Flag of Galicia.svg Galicia 1
3  Australia 4,5
7  Norway 0,5
7  Norway 3,5
2  Catalonia 1,5

Quarterfinals
Ireland  5-0   Switzerland August 24–25

Quarterfinals
Catalonia  1.5-3.5  Norway August 24–25

Quarterfinals
Australia  4-1 Flag of Galicia.svg Galicia August 24–25

Quarterfinals
Netherlands  4-1  Great Britain August 24–25


5-8 places
Catalonia  4-1 Flag of Galicia.svg Galicia August 25

5-8 places
Switzerland   3-2  Great Britain August 25

Semifinals
Ireland  3-2  Netherlands August 25

Semifinals
Australia  4.5-0.5  Norway August 25


7th-8th places
Great Britain  2-3 Flag of Galicia.svg Galicia August 26

5th-6th places
Catalonia  3-2   Switzerland August 26

3rd-4th places
Netherlands  4-1  Norway August 26

FINAL
Ireland  5-0  Australia August 26

Flag of Ireland.svg
Champions
Ireland

Final standings[edit]

Final standings[2]
1  Ireland
2  Australia
3  Netherlands
4  Norway
5  Catalonia
6   Switzerland
7 Flag of Galicia.svg Galicia
8  Great Britain
9  Andorra
10  Germany
11  Chile

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