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First played: 1923 (Became part of The European Tour International Schedule in 1972)
Most wins: 3, Alex Ross, 1923, 25 and 26; Auguste Boyer, 1930, 34 and 35;
 Dai Rees, 1956, 59 and 63; Harold Henning, 1960, 64 and 65;
 Seve Ballesteros, 1977, 78 and 89
Consecutive wins: Alex Ross, 1925-26; Auguste Boyer, 1934-35; Harold Henning, 1964-65;
 Roberto Bernardini, 1968-69; Seve Ballesteros, 1977-78
 
(Stats are from 1972 onwards) 
Youngest winner: Seve Ballesteros, 20 years  and 99 days, 1977
Oldest winner: Miguel Angel Jiménez, 46 years and 243 days, 2010
Lowest 18 hole score: 60 (-12), Jamie Spence, 1992
Lowest first 18 hole score: 61 (-11), Roger Chapman, 1985; 61 (-10), Gary Orr, 1997
Lowest first 36 hole score: 127 (-17), Sandy Lyle, 1983
Lowest first 54 hole score: 193 (-20), Patrik Sjöland, 1998
Lowest 72 hole score: 260 (-24), Colin Montgomerie, 1996
Lowest under par winning score: 261 (-27), Jerry Anderson, 1984
Lowest final round by a winner: 60 (-12), Jamie Spence, 1992
Wire-to-wire-winners: Jerry Anderson 1984; Eduardo Romero 2000; Ricardo Gonzalez 2001;
 Robert Karlsson, 2002
Largest 18 hole lead: 5 shots, Roger Chapman, 1985
Largest 36 hole lead: 7 shots, Sandy Lyle, 1983
Largest 54 hole lead: 8 shots, Eduardo Romero, 2000
Largest winning margin: 10 shots, Eduardo Romero, 2000
Biggest final round 10 shots, Jamie Spence, 1992
comeback by a winner: 
Play-offs: Manuel Piñero beat Antonio Garrido and Tony Johnstone, 1981
 Ian Woosnam beat Bill Longmuir, 1982
 Sir Nick Faldo beat Sandy Lyle, 1983
 Jamie Spence beat Anders Forsbrand, 1992
 Sven Strüver beat Patrik Sjöland, 1998
 Brett Rumford beat Phillip Archer, 2007
 Jean-François Lucquin beat Rory McIlroy, 2008
Thomas Bjorn beat Craig Lee, 2013
Holes-in-one: John Bland, 8th hole, round 4, 1983
 Andrew Oldcorn, 8th hole, round 3, 1985
 Armando Saavedra, 8th hole, round 1, 1990
 Manuel Piñero, 3rd hole, round 3, 1992
 Wayne Riley, 13th hole, round 2, 1995
 Wayne Riley, 3rd hole, round 3, 1999
 Domingo Hospital, 8th hole, round 4, 1999
 John Mellor, 11th hole, round 4, 2000
 Patrik Sjöland, 8th hole, round 1, 2003
 Alexandre Chopard, 16th hole, round 4, 2003
 Stephen Scahill, 8th hole, round 4, 2004
 Mikael Lundberg, 3rd hole, round 1, 2010
 Mathias Grönberg, 3rd hole, round 4, 2012
Richard Finch, 13th hole, round 3, 2013
Soren Hansen, 3rd hole, round 4, 2013
Albatrosses: Colin Montgomerie, 1st hole, round 2, 1989
 Mark Davis, 14th hole, round 2, 1991
 Matthew Cort, 1st hole, round 2, 2004
 Tadd Fujikawa, 9th hole, round 2, 2007
 Mads Vibe-Hastrup, 1st hole, round 3, 2008
Low cut: 137 (-5), 1997
High cut: 154 (+10), 1974 and 1976

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Pos Player nameNatHolePar
1BJÖRN, ThomasDEN18-20
2LEE, CraigSCO18-20
3DUBUISSON, VictorFRA18-19
4CAÑIZARES, AlejandroESP18-18
T5FISHER, RossENG18-15
T5JIMÉNEZ, Miguel AngelESP18-15
T7HAVRET, GrégoryFRA18-14
T7KOEPKA, BrooksUSA18-14
T9JAIDEE, ThongchaiTHA18-12
T9GALLACHER, StephenSCO18-12

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