Sunday, 26 September 2010
The final leaderboard   (Getty Images)
The final leaderboard (Getty Images)

WITH THIS  WIN


SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2010 – VIVENDI CUP 2010

JOHN PARRY

• His first European Tour International Schedule victory in his 30th European Tour event.

• His victory beats his previous best European Tour performance of ninth in the 2010 Madeira Islands Open BPI – Portugal.

•  The 12th first-time winner of the 2010 season. They are:  Richie Ramasay (South African Open Championship), Andrew Dodt (Avantha Masters), Noh Seung-yul (Maybank Malaysian Open), Rhys Davies (Tropheé Hassan II), Louis Oosthuizen (Open de Andalucia de Golf), James Morrison (Madeira Islands Open BPI – Portugal), Fredrik Andersson Hed (BMW Italian Open), Martin Wiegele (SAINT OMER OPEN presented by Neuflize OBC), David Horsey (BMW International Open), Edoardo Molianri (The Barclays Scottish Open, Hunter Mahan (WGC – Bridgestone Invitational) and John Parry (Vivendi Cup 2010).

• In his rookie season on The European Tour. The third rookie to win on the 2010 European Tour season. He follows Rhys Davies (Tropheé Hassan II) and James Morrison (Madeira Islands Open BPI – Portugal).

• Graduated from the 2009 Challenge Tour Rankings. Becomes the fourth 2009 Challenge Tour graduate to win on the 2010 European Tour. He follows: Rhys Davies (Tropheé Hassan II) and James Morrison (Madeira Islands Open BPI – Portugal) and Edoardo Molinari (The Barclays Scottish Open and Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles). Four graduates equals the figure of 2009 for most players to win on The European Tour the year after graduation.

• Victory came after leading going into the final round of a European Tour event for the first time.


OTHER FACTS

• The 256th English victory  in European Tour history.

• The 81st English player to win in European Tour history.

• The 386th different player to win in European Tour history.

• Seventh English win of the 2010 season. They are: Ian Poulter (WGC – Accenture Match Play), James Morrison (Madeira Islands Open BPI – Portugal), Simon Khan (BMW PGA Championship),  Luke Donald  (Madrid Masters), David Horsey (BMW International Open), Ross Fisher (3 Irish Open) and John Parry (Vivendi Cup 2010).

• Gains his largest European Tour prize of €204,160.

• Gains a one year European Tour exemption.

• Moves to €373,611 in The Race to Dubai and into the top 65.

• Becomes the 21st Challenge Tour graduate to win on The European Tour the year after graduation.

• Becomes the 39th rookie to win in European Tour history.

• Third  win as a professional.

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Tournament Leaderboard

Pos Player nameNatHolePar
1PARRY, JohnENG18-17
2EDFORS, JohanSWE18-15
T3KJELDSEN, SørenDEN18-14
T3SANDELIN, JarmoSWE18-14
T3DELAMONTAGNE, FrançoisFRA18-14
T3DERKSEN, Robert-JanNED18-14
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