SUNDAY AUGUST 23, 2015 - MADE IN DENMARK
• His fourth European Tour International Schedule victory in his 191st European Tour event.
• Moves to 402,839 points in The Race to Dubai.
• Could move to inside the top 160 in the Official World Golf Ranking, from 274th.
• His first victory since the 2014 M2M Russian Open.
• The second time during his European Tour career he has won in consecutive seasons. The first time was in 2010-2011. In 2010 he won his first title, the BMW International Open and in 2011, the Trophée Hasan II.
• This victory beats his previous best 2015 European Tour performance of tied tenth in the Tshwane Open.
• Victory comes in his second appearance in the Made in Denmark.
• This victory beats his previous best performance in the Made in Denmark of tied 39th in 2014.
• Becomes the first Englishman to win the Made in Denmark.
• Becomes the second player from the United Kingdom to win the Made in Denmark following Scotland’s Marc Warren in 2014, winning the inaugural event.
• The third of his four European Tour titles where he has led or shared the lead going into the final round. He led by one after 54 holes in the 2011 Trophée Hassan II, by four at the 2014 M2M Russian Open and one in the 2015 Made in Denmark.
• Becomes his second consecutive European Tour victory where he has led wire-to-wire, following the 2014 M2M Russian Open.
• Becomes the third wire-to-wire winner of the 2015 European Tour season. He joins Branden Grace (Alfred Dunhill Championship) and Jordan Spieth (Masters Tournament). All three players won in wire-to-wire fashion with no ties in any rounds.
• The first wire-to-wire winner in the history of the Made in Denmark.
• Becomes the 297th English victory in European Tour history.
• Becomes the seventh English victory on the 2015 season. They are Danny Willett (Nedbank Golf Challenge and Omega European Masters), Andy Sullivan (South African Open Championship hosted by the City of Ekurhuleni and Joburg Open), James Morrison (Open de España), Chris Wood (Lyoness Open Powered by Greenfinty) and David Horsey (Made in Denmark).
• The second Englishman to win a European Tour event in Denmark. The first was Ian Poulter at the 2003 Nordic Open.
• Gains a European Tour exemption to the end of 2017 season.
• Gains his fifth win as a professional.
• Becomes the 12th European Tour victory on the 2015 European Tour by a former Challenge Tour player. They are: Branden Grace (Alfred Dunhill Championship and Commercial Bank Qatar Masters), Gary Stal (Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship), Richie Ramsay (Trophée Hassan II), James Morrison (Open de España), Byeong Hun An (BMW PGA Championship), Søren Kjeldsen (Dubai Duty Free Irish Open Hosted by the Rory Foundation), Alex Noren (Nordea Masters), Pablo Larrazábal (BMW International Open), Bernd Wiesberger (Alstom Open de France), Roope Kakko (Madeira Islands Open – Portugal – BPI) and David Horsey (Made in Denmark).
• Becomes the 366th European Tour victory by a former Challenge Tour player.