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Friday, 19 March 2010
First played: 1977
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Most wins:
3 - Tiger Woods, 1999, 01-02
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Consecutive wins:
Tiger Woods, 2001-02
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Youngest winner:
Tiger Woods, 23 and 145 days, 1999
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Oldest winner:
Neil Coles, 42 and 349 days, 1977
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Lowest 18 hole score:
61 (-11), Lee Westwood, 1998
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Lowest first 18 hole score:
62 (-10), Michael Campbell, 2001
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Lowest first 36 hole score:
127 (-17), Michael Campbell, 2001
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Lowest first 54 hole score:
198 (-18), Paul Broadhurst, Darren Clarke, 1998
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Lowest 72 hole score:
264 (-24), Colin Montgomerie, 1989
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Lowest under par winning score:
264 (-24), Colin Montgomerie, 1989
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Lowest final round by a winner:
62 (-9), Brian Barnes, 1981
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Wire-to-wire-winners:
Jamie Gonzalez, 1984
Bernhard Langer, 1995
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Largest 18 hole lead:
4 shots - Michael Campbell, 2001
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Largest 36 hole lead:
6 shots - Michael Campbell, 2001
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Largest 54 hole lead:
8 shots - Peter Dawson, 1977
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Largest winning margin:
11 shots - Colin Montgomerie, 1989
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Biggest final round comeback by a winner:
9 shots - Neil Coles, 1977
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Play-offs:
Brian Barnes beat Brian Waites, 1981
Jamie Gonzalez beat Mark James, 1984
Tiger Woods beat Colin Montgomerie, 2002
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Holes-in-one:
Ken Brown, 1979
Steve Marr, 1982
John Bland, 1990
Stephen McAllister, 1995
Johan Skold, 2000
Anders Forsbrand, 2001
Adam Scott, 2002
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Low cut:
140 (Level) *par 70; 141 (-3), 1998
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High cut:
153 (+7) *par 73, 1977 and 78; 152 (+8), 1979
INTERESTING FACTS
World Number One and defending Champion, Tiger Woods bids to make European Tour history by becoming the first player to win two different events for three consecutive years. Woods was the last golfer to win the same event three years running - the World Golf Championships-NEC Invitational between 1999-01. Only three others have achieved this feat; Ian Woosnam (Monte Carlo Open 1990-92), Nick Faldo (Carrolls Irish Open 1991-93) and Colin Montgomerie (Volvo PGA Championship 1998-00).
Bernhard Langer has won both European Tour events to be staged at the Gut Kaden course. In 1992 he won the Honda Open and the 1995 the Deutsche Bank-SAP Open TPC of Europe. In his eight tournaments over the Hamburg venue Langer is a total of 70 under par, with a stroke average of 69.57. Another Gut Kaden specialist is England's Lee Westwood, who won the event it was last staged there en route to winning the 2000 Volvo Order of Merit. He previously won the 1998 tournament with a total of 265 (-23). For his last eight rounds on the course he is a total of 38 under.

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5FASTH, NiclasSWE18-17
T6CASEY, PaulENG18-16
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