From Rafa Cabrera-Bello's stunning back nine, to Bernd Wiesberger's birdie run, we bring you the final day of the Alstom Open de France, in numbers...
271 - was the winning total for Wiesberger
0 - bogeys and a six under par final round of 65 was enough to see the Austrian win by three shots
11 - under par over the weekend shows the sort of form Bernd was in
3 - European Tour victories now for the 29 year old (the 2012 Ballantine's Championship & Lyoness Open Powered by Greenfinity are his other titles)
5 - threes in a row for Bernd from the fourth to the eighth holes and four birdies during that run, helped the Austrian set the platform for his victory
3 - Open Qualifying places at St Andrews go to Morrison, Jaco Van Zyl and Cabrera-Bello
29 - on the back nine saw Cabrera-Bello come from way back to secure his spot at the 'Home of Golf'
2 - eagles and two birdies helped the Spaniard to a six under par score for the closing nine
3 - birdies on the extremely tough 18th hole - one of which came from Wiesberger, one from Cabrera-Bello and the other from Brendan Steele
70 - for two-time Major Champion Martin Kaymer saw the German finish in fourth place
18 - the closing par four played the hardest, averaging 4.9 on the final day
3 - the par five third hole played the easiest, averaging 4.83 with 26 birdies being made there
13 – under par on the front nine for Anirban Lahiri this week (the Indian was 16 over on the back nine though)
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