• His eighth European Tour International Schedule victory in his 256th European Tour event.
• Moves to 388,982 points in The Race to Dubai.
• Moves to eighth in the 2016 Race to Dubai rankings.
• Could move to 19th in the Official World Golf Ranking
• His first European Tour victory since the 2014 Volvo Golf Champions - a gap of two years and 47 days.
• Played in 29 European Tour events between victories.
• This victory beats his previous best 2016 performance of tied seventh at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters.
• This victory comes in his first appearance at the ISPS HANDA Perth International.
• He becomes the first South African to win the ISPS HANDA Perth International.
• He becomes the first South African to win a European Tour event in Australia since Ernie Els at the 2004 Heineken Classic.
• Becomes the 137th South African victory in European Tour history.
• The sixth South African winner of the 2016 European Tour season to date. Joining: Charl Schwartzel (Alfred Dunhill Championship and Tshwane Open), Brandon Stone (BMW SA Open hosted by City of Ekurhuleni), Haydn Porteous (Joburg Open) and Branden Grace (Commercial Bank Qatar Masters).
• Regains fourth spot on the list of South African winners on The European Tour, behind Ernie Els (28), Retief Goosen (14) and Charl Schwartzel (11).
• This is the first time that South Africans have won six of the first 11 European Tour events in a season.
• His sixth European Tour victory in the first three months of the calendar year.
• He becomes the eighth of the 11 winners on the 2016 European Tour to date to win having led or co-led going into the final round.
• The sixth time in nine attempts he has converted a 54-hole lead into a win on The European Tour.
• His 13th win as a professional and first in Australia.
• Moves to €14,604,894 in European Tour Official Earnings and remains 19th on the all-time career money list, one place behind fellow South African Charl Schwartzel.
• The fifth former Challenge Tour player to win on the 2016 European Tour season. They are: Brandon Stone (BMW SA Open hosted by City of Ekurhuleni), Haydn Porteous (Joburg Open), Branden Grace (Commercial Bank Qatar Masters) and Marcus Fraser (Maybank Championship Malaysia).
• The 378th European Tour victory by a former Challenge Tour player.