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14 – The 2011 tournament will be the 14th staging beginning back in 1998.
7 – The number of different nationalities to win in Doha. They are: Scotland (1998, Andrew Coltart, 1999, Paul Lawrie), The Netherlands (2000, Rolf Muntz), Zimbabwe (2001, Tony Johnstone), Australia (2002 and 2008 Adam Scott), South Africa (2003, Darren Fichardt, 2005 Ernie Els, 2007, Retief Goosen), Sweden (2004, Joakim Haeggman, 2006, Henrik Stenson, 2010 Robert Karlsson) and Spain (2009, Alvaro Quiros).
163 – The number of birdies in the 2010 event at the par four 16th, which proved to be the easiest hole on the course.
4 – Should Martin Kaymer win in Qatar he would equal the record for most European Tour victories in the Desert, established by Ernie Els.
9 – Defending champion Robert Karlsson has a fine record in Qatar, having won in 2010, second in 2001 and has made nine cuts from his ten appearances.
31 – The number under par the 2009 winner, Alvaro Quiros is in his last eight rounds over the Doha layout; minus 19 in 2009 and 12 under in 2010, when finishing second.
61 – The current course record held by Adam Scott, firing the 11 under par mark in the final round to win in 2008.
1 – First European Tour event in the Desert for Steve Stricker.
3 – The 235 yard par three was the hardest hole in 2010, playing to an average of 3.24.
6 – The number of times Lee Westwood has played in the event previously. His best finish was a tie for third in 2010.