Brett Rumford made European Tour history at the ISPS HANDA World Super 6 Perth as he became the first player to win a tournament combining stroke play and match play.
Here, we take a look at what some of those who joined him in the six-hole knockout competition on Sunday had to say.
Phachara Khongwatmai (defeated finalist)
"After the third round I didn't think I could get into finals but I got second place, I'm just happy. If I play well, it's not a problem if I win or not. There is no pressure for me."
Jason Scrivener (fourth)
"Everything goes so quickly in those six holes. I had a couple of opportunities in the first two holes in the match, I just didn't take them. Then he took advantage of his chances. So it's disappointing but it's been a really fun day and fun week so far. I think it's been great for all the spectators and I'm sure everyone at home watching is enjoying it as well. I think more of these would be great. It's another solid start. Obviously I am getting closer and closer to that win so it's a little frustrating but hopefully it's around that corner."
Louis Oosthuizen (fifth)
"Probably I'm disappointed but I played nicely this week. I think they've got a good concept. I think a few tweaks here and there would make it really good but it's nerve-racking standing on that little 66-metre hole. It's nice pressure and good fun. I love this golf course, every time I play here I sort of find my iron play and really shoot good numbers and play well. I would love coming back here."