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Killarney Golf and Fishing Club  (Steve Doughty)
Killarney Golf and Fishing Club (Steve Doughty)

Most wins
 3 Seve Ballesteros 1983, 85, 86
 3 Sir Nick Faldo 1991-93
 3 Bernhard Langer 1984, 87, 94
 3 Colin Montgomerie 1996, 97, 01
   
Consecutive wins 
3 Sir Nick Faldo 1991-93
 2 Mark James 1979-80
 2 Seve Ballesteros 1985-86
 2 Ian Woosnam 1988-89
 2 Colin Montgomerie 1996-97
   
Low 18 holes
 61 (-11) Graeme McDowell 2009 - Co Louth
61 (-10) Ross Fisher 2010 - Killarney
   
Low 1st 18 holes
 63 (-9) Francesco Molinari 2009 - Co Louth
 63 (-8) Colin Montgomerie 2001 - Fota Island
63 (-8) Jeev Milkha Singh 2011 - Killarney
   
Low 1st 36 holes 
129 (-15) Shane Lowry (AM) 2009 - Co Louth
 129 (-13) Patrik Sjöland 2000 - Ballybunion
   
Low 1st 54 holes 
198 (-15) Patrik Sjöland 2000 - Ballybunion
   
Low 72 holes 
266 (-18) Colin Montgomerie 2001 - Fota Island
266 (-18)  Ross Fisher 2010 - Killarney
   
Low 72 in relation to par 
275 (-21) Christy O'Connor Jnr 1975 - Woodbrook
   
High winning score
 287 (-1) John O’Leary 1982 - Portmarnock
   
High winning score to par 
287 (-1) John O’Leary 1982 - Portmarnock
   
Low start by a winner 
63 (-8) Colin Montgomerie 2001 - Fota Island
   
High start by a winner 
78 (+6) Thomas Björn 2006 Carton House
   
Low finish by a winner 
62 (-9) Colin Montgomerie 1997 - Druids Glen
   
High finish by a winner
 75 (+3) Sir Nick Faldo 1992 - Killarney
   
Largest 18 hole lead 
3 shots Colin Montgomerie 1998 - Druids Glen
   
Largest 36 hole lead 
5 shots Sir Nick Faldo 1992 - Killarney
 5 shots Bernhard Langer 1987 - Portmarnock
   
Largest 54 hole lead 
9 shots Bernhard Langer 1987 - Portmarnack
   
Largest 54 hole lead lost
 3 shots Lee Westwood 1997 - Druids Glen
 3 shots Robert Allenby 1994 - Mount Juliet
   
Largest winning margin 
10 shots Bernhard Langer 1987 - Portmarnock
   
Largest final round comeback 
4 shots Bernhard Langer 1994 - Mount Juliet
 4 shots Sir Nick Faldo 1993 - Mount Juliet
 4 shots Stephen Dodd 2005 - Carton House
   
Low 36 hole cut 
140 (-4)  2009 - Co Louth
   
High 36 hole cut 
154 (+10) par 72  1986 - Portmarnock
   
Holes-in-one 
29  
   
Best stroke average for 72 holes 
66.50 Colin Montgomerie 2001 - Fota Island
66.50 Ross Fisher 2010 - Killarney
   
Winners with all 4 rounds  in the 60's
Bernhard Langer 1984 - Royal Dublin
 Bernhard Langer 1987 - Portmarnock
  Sergio Garcia 1999 - Druids Glen
  Colin Montgomerie 2001 - Fota Island
  Søren Hansen 2002 - Fota Island
   
Players to win without a round in the 60s 
Ken Brown 1978 - Portmarnock
 
   
Last player to win with an over par round
 Thomas Björn 2006 Carton House
  
   
Wire-to-wire winners 
 Christy O’Connor Jnr 1975 - Woodbrrok
  Bernhard Langer 1987 - Portmarnock
  Nick Faldo 1992 - Killarney
  Colin Montgomerie 2001 - Fota Island
   
Most top 10 finishes 
 10 Sir Nick Faldo
   
Play-offs  
Seve Ballesteros beat Bernhard Langer 1985 - Royal Dublin
  Ian Woosnam beat Philip Walton 1989 - Portmarnock
  Sir Nick Faldo beat Wayne Westner 1992 - Killarney
  Sir Nick Faldo beat José Maria Olazábal 1993 - Mount Juliet
  Sam Torrance beat Stuart Cage, Howard Clark 1995 - Mount Juliet
  David Carter beat Colin Montgomerie 1998 - Druids Glen
  Søren Hansen beat Richard Bland, 2002 - Fota Island
  Niclas Fasth, Darren Fichardt 
  Michael Campbell beat Thomas Björn, 2003 - Portmarnock
  Peter Hedblom 
  Stephen Dodd beat David Howell 2005 - Carton House
  Padraig Harrington beat Bradley Dredge 2007 - Adare Manor
  Shane Lowry (AM) beat Robert Rock 2009 - Co Louth
   
Youngest winner 
Sergio Garcia 19 years and 176 days 1999 - Druids Glen
   
Oldest winner 
Sam Torrance 41years and 319 days 1995 - Mount Juliet

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Pos Player nameNatHolePar
1DYSON, SimonENG18-15
2GREEN, RichardAUS18-14
3GALLACHER, StephenSCO18-12
4WIESBERGER, BerndAUT18-11
T5GARRIDO, IgnacioESP18-10
T5KALEKA, AlexandreFRA18-10
T5HANSEN, SorenDEN18-10
T8GAGLI, LorenzoITA18-9
T8LAWRIE, PeterIRL18-9
T8HOWELL, DavidENG18-9

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