Monday, 17 January 2005
(Stats since 1997 when event became part of The European Tour International Schedule)

Past winners:
1997: Vijay Singh
1998: Ernie Els
1999: David Frost
2000: Mathias Grönberg
2001: Mark McNulty
2002: Tim Clark
2003: Trevor Immelman
2004: Trevor Immelman

Lowest 18 hole score: 63 (-9)
John Mellor, 2000
Malcolm Mackenzie, 2001

Lowest first 18 hole score: 64 (-8)
Ernie Els, 1998,
Carl Pettersson, 2002
Brett Rumford, 2004

Lowest first 36 hole score: 133 (-11)
James Kingston, 2002

Lowest first 54 hole score: 201 (-15)
Vijay Singh, 1997

Lowest 72 hole score: 269 (-19)
Tim Clark, 2002

Lowest under par winning score: 269 (-19)
Tim Clark, 2002

Lowest final round by a winner: 65 (-7)
Tim Clark, 2002

Wire-to-wire-winners: None

Largest 18 hole lead: 2 shots
Ernie Els, 1998
Carl Pettersson, 2002

Largest 36 hole lead: 3 shots
Sven Strüver, 1999
Tim Clark, 2003

Largest 54 hole lead: 2 shots
Vijay Singh, 1997
Hennie Otto, 2001
Tim Clark, 2002

Largest winning margin: 3 shots
Ernie Els, 1998
Trevor Immelman, 2004

Biggest final round comeback by a winner:
5 shots, Mathias Grönberg, 2000

Play-offs:
Trevor Immelman beat Tim Clark, 2003

Holes-in-one:
Neil Homann, 1998 (Durban CC)
Paul McGinley, 1999 (Stellenbosch GC)
Anthony Wall, 1999, (Stellenbosch GC)
Henk Alberts (AM), 2000 (Randpark GC)

High cut:
146 (+4), 1999

Low cut:
144 (Level), 2000, 02

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