Byline: TOMMY BRASWELL
KIAWAH ISLAND-No round at the Ocean Course can be considered a walk in the park, but nursing a seven-stroke lead certainly made the going a little easier for South Africa during Sunday's final round of the World Cup.
Trevor Immelman and Rory Sabbatini put together a workmanlike 1-over-par 73 Sunday and won handily in the 49th World Cup. They finished the 72-hole tournament at 13-under 275, four strokes ahead of England, which vaulted from sixth to second with a closing 67.
France dropped to third with a 1-under 71 and a total of 280. Germany was fourth at 71-282, while Ireland jumped from 13th to a tie with the United States for fifth with a 67-284. …