ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth final 24 players: Brackets, matches, rules
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ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth final 24 players: Brackets, matches, rules


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The inaugural, 2017 ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth field has been cut down to the final 24 players ahead of Sunday's final day of match play, and we've got the brackets set up for the unique six-hole match format.

The top eight players on the stroke-play leaderboard through 54 holes are exempt from the first round of match play. The bottom 16 players will square off in six-hole matches to determine the players who square off against the top seeds in the second round of 16.

The matches themselves are six holes, using hole Nos. 2, 8, 10, 11, 12 and 18 (three par 4s, two par 3s and a par 5) at Lake Karrinyup Country Club. If the match is tied after six holes, then the players will have play a special 93-yard shootout hole fashioned from the fairway of the par-4 18th hole.



Once the first two rounds are completed, the bracket will be down to the final eight players, who will then play down to a semifinal round and a final match of two players before crowning a champion. That means a winner from the bottom 16 could play 30 or more holes on Sunday.

2017 ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth bracket

  • Nick Cullen vs. Ryan Evans, winner plays (2) Jason Scrivener
  • David Bransdon vs. Jeev Milkha Singh, winner plays (7) Steven Jeffress
  • Sam Brazel vs. Phachara Khongwatmai, winner plays (6) Lucas Herbert
  • Matthew Millar vs. Casey O'Toole, winner plays (3) Austin Connelly
  • Adam Bland vs. Thomas Detry, winner plays (5) Adam Blyth
  • Johannes Veerman vs. Daniel Fox, winner plays (4) Louis Oosthuizen
  • Wade Ormsby vs. Pep Angles, winner plays (8) Jake Higginbottom
  • Hideto Tanihara vs. Duncan Stewart, winner plays (1) Brett Rumford

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