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DID YOU KNOW – PORTUGAL MASTERS

•  David Lynn will attempt to become the first player to successfully defend the Portugal Masters, in the event’s eight year history. From the previous seven years, England has landed the title four times. They are: Steve Webster (2007), Lee Westwood (2009), Tom Lewis (2011) and Lynn (2013).

• David Lynn shot 63 (-8) in the final round to win  after beginning the fourth day six shots behind the third round leader, Paul Waring. This was the lowest final round by a winner in 2013. As was his six shout final round winning comeback.

• Scott Jamieson came within a whisker of the first official 59 at the 2013 Portugal Masters. The Scot’s round of 60 was the 18th official score of 60 in European Tour history.

• Tom Lewis claimed his first European Tour title in just this third event as a professional in 2011. This matched the European Tour record for a player winning in the fewest amount of events since leaving the amateur game. Alejandro Cañizares won on his third outing in the paid ranks at the 2006 Russian Open.

• Playing on a sponsors invitation in 2011, Tom Lewis then aged 20 years and 284 days became the third youngest Englishman to win in European Tour history, behind Paul Way (19 years and 149 days – 1982 KLM Open) and Sir Nick Faldo (20 years and 30 days – 1977 Skol Lager Individual).

• When Shane Lowry won the 2012 Portugal Masters beating Ross Fisher by one shot, he joined Pablo Martin Benavides as the only two players to have won on The European Tour as both an amateur and a professional. Lowry won the Irish Open in 2009 as an amateur in his very first European Tour appearance.

• When Richard Green won the 2010 Portugal Masters he became the second left-hander to win that year, following Phil Mickelson at the Masters Tournament. This marked the first time in European Tour history two left handed players had won in the same season.

• The Portugal Masters is known for its low scoring. The average winning score of the event is 267. For the third year in a row the course will be played as a par 71, as opposed to a 72.

 

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Pos Player nameNatHolePar
1LEVY, AlexanderFRA18-18
2COLSAERTS, NicolasBEL18-15
3AGUILAR, FelipeCHI18-13
T4BLAND, RichardENG18-11
T4MADSEN, Morten ØrumDEN18-11
T4WATTEL, RomainFRA18-11
T7WOOD, ChrisENG18-10
T7WILLETT, DannyENG18-10
T7JAMIESON, ScottSCO18-10
T7HOEY, MichaelNIR18-10

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