• The 2010 edition will be the 56th playing of the Championship, dating back to 1955. Wentworth Club, which has staged the event every year since 1984, will be hosting the tournament for the 30th time in the Club’s history. Before 1984, the West Course was used between 1972-74.
• There have been 44 different winners of the Championship from 12 different nations.
• The Championship has produced a wonderful roll of honour, including eight Major Champions. Between them they have claimed 27 Majors. They are: Tony Jacklin (1972, 1982), Arnold Palmer (1975), Sir Nick Faldo (1978, 1980, 1981, 1989), Seve Ballesteros (1983, 1991), Bernhard Langer (1987, 1993, 1995), Ian Woosnam (1988, 1997), José Maria Olazábal (1994) and Angel Cabrera (2005).
• Bernard Gallacher holds the distinction of being the youngest player to win the Championship, aged 20 years and 197 days in 1969. Another Ryder Cup Captain, Dai Rees, is the oldest winner, at 46 years and ten days in 1959.
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