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2014 European Tour Facts and Figures

2014 EUROPEAN TOUR FACTS AND FIGURES

Note:

As the Nelson Mandela Championship presented by ISPS Handa was reduced to 54 holes due to bad weather and the par being reduced to 71. No scoring facts and figures are included

 

Low 9

28 (-9) Stephen Gallacher   Omega Dubai Desert Classic
28 (-8) Mark Murless (West)    Joburg Open 
 28 (-8) John Hahn   Africa Open 
     
Low 9 to Par

28 (-9) Stephen Gallacher
  Omega Dubai Desert Classic
     
Low 18

61 (-10) John Hahn   Africa Open
     
Low 18 to Par

61 (-10) John Hahn   Africa Open
 62 (-10) Alejandro Canizares   Trophée Hassan II 
     
Low 1st 18

62 (-10) Alejandro Canizares    Trophée Hassan II 
62 (-9) Ricardo Santos   Africa Open
     
Low 1st 18 to Par

 62 (-10) Alejandro Canizares   Trophée Hassan II 
     
Low 1st 36

126 (-16) John Hahn
Africa Open
     
Low 1st 36 to Par

126 (-16) John Hahn
Africa Open
     
Low Final 36

131 (-13) Thomas Bjorn Nedbank Golf Challenge
131 (-13) Sergio Garcia   Nedbank Golf Challenge
 131 (-11) Keith Horne   Africa Open 
131 (-9) Miguel Angel Jimenez   Hong Kong Open
     
Low Final 36 to Par

131 (-13) Thomas Bjorn
  Nedbank Golf Challenge
131 (-13) Sergio Garcia   Nedbank Golf Challenge
     
Low 1st 54

193 (-20) Emiliano Grillo
Africa Open
     
Low 1st 54 to Par

193 (-20) Emiliano Grillo
Africa Open
     
Low Final 54 Holes to Par


198 (-15) Thomas Aiken    Africa Open 
198 (-12) Miguel Angel Jimenez
Hong Kong Open
     
Low Final 54 Holes to Par

199 (-17) Hennie Otto
South African Open Championship hosted by the City of Ekurhuleni
     
Low Winning 72

264 (-20) Thomas Aiken
Africa Open
     
Low 72 to Par

 264 (-20) Thomas Aiken   Africa Open 
268 (-20) Thomas Bjorn
Nedbank Golf Challenge
268 (-20) Ross Fisher
Tshwane Open
     
High Winning 72

284 (-4) Patrick Reed
WGC - Cadillac Championship



High Winning 72 to Par

284 (-4) Patrick Reed
WGC - Cadillac Championship



Largest Winning Margin

5 shots Alejandro Canizares
Trophée Hassan II



Low Start by a Winner 

62 (-10) Alejandro Canizares
Trophée Hassan II
     
Low Start by a Winner to Par

62 (-10) Alejandro Canizares
Trophée Hassan II
     
High Start by a Winner

71 (-1) Sergio Garcia
Commercial Bank Qatar Masters
     
High Start by a Winner to Par

70 (L) Miguel Angel Jimenez
Hong Kong Open
     
Low Finish by a Winner

65 (-7) Thomas Bjorn


Nedbank Golf Challenge
65 (-7) Sergio Garcia

Commercial Bank Qatar Masters
Low Finish by a Winner to Par

65 (-7) Thomas Bjorn   Nedbank Golf Challenge
 65 (-7) Sergio Garcia   Commercial Bank Qatar Masters 
     
High Finish by a Winner

72 (L) Stephen Gallacher
Omega Dubai Desert Classic
 72 (L) Patrick Reed   WGC - Cadillac Championship 
     
High Finish by a Winner to Par

72 (L) Stephen Gallacher
Omega Dubai Desert Classic
 72 (L) Patrick Reed   WGC - Cadillac Championship 
     
Largest 18 Hole Lead (no ties)

2 shots Rory McIlroy
Omega Dubai Desert Classic
 2 shots Ricardo Santos   Africa Open 
     
Largest 36 Hole Lead (no ties)

3 shots Jamie Donaldson
Nedbank Golf Challenge
3 shots Daniel Brooks   Nelson Mandela Championship presented by ISPS Handa  
 3 shots Bubba Watson   Masters Tournament 
     
Largest 54 Hole Lead (no ties)

6 shots Alejandro Canizares
Trophée Hassan II



Low Cut

137 (-5)
Africa Open
     
Low Cut in Relation to Par

137 (-5)   Africa Open
     
High Cut

148 (+4)
NH Collection Open
148 (+4)     Masters Tournament 
     
High Cut in Relation to Par

 148 (+4)   NH Collection Open
 148 (+4)   Masters Tournament 
     
Fewest to Make the Cut

 50 (+1 Amateur) (Top 50 and ties cut)   Masters Tournament 
65 (+1 Amateur) (Standard top 65 and ties cut)   South African Open Championship hosted by the City of Ekurhuleni



Most to Make the Cut

76 (Standard top 65 and ties cut)   Joburg Open
75 (+1 Amateur) Standard top 65 and ties cut)   Commercial Bank Qatar Masters
     
Biggest Catch-up in Last Round by a Winner

4 shots George Coetzee
Joburg Open
 4 shots Thomas Aiken   Africa Open 
     
Biggest Deficit Made up in Last 36 Holes by a Winner
7 shots Sergio Garcia
Commercial Bank Qatar Masters
     
Wire-to-Wire Winners

Patrixk Reed (tied after rnd 2)
WGC - Cadillac Championship
Alejandro Canizares (no ties)    Trophée Hassan II 
     
Biggest Jump from the Cut Line

8T Rory McIlroy
Masters Tournament
     
Multiple Winners

None
 
     
First-Time Winners (5)

Morten Orum Madsen
South African Open Championship hosted by the City of Ekurhuleni
 George Coetzee   Joburg Open 
 Jason Day   WGC - Accenture Match Play Championship 
 Patrick Reed   WGC - Cadillac Championship 
 Marco Crespi   NH Collection Open 
     
Course Records (2)    
Matthew Nixon  65 (-7) NH Collection Open
Gary Stal 65 (-7) (equal)  NH Collection Open 
     
Play-offs (3)

Miguel Angel Jimenez 3 Hong Kong Open
Prom Meesawat 4
Stuart Manley 5
     
 Sergio Garcia 4, 4, 4  Commercial Bank Qatar Masters 
 Mikko Ilonen 4, 4, 5   
     
 Thomas Aiken Africa Open 
 Oliver Fisher  
     
 Holes-in-one (11)    
Sihwan Kim Rnd 3, Hole 14 South African Open Championship hosted by the City of Ekurhuleni
Emiliano Grillo Rnd 2, Hole 12 Alfred Dunhill Championship
Roope Kakko Rnd 3, Hole 2 Hong Kong Open
 Brandon Stone Rnd 2, Hole 13  Commercial Bank Qatar Masters 
 Edouard Dubois (West) Rnd 1, Hole 5  Joburg Open 
 Gregory Bourdy Rnd 3, Hole 17  Africa Open 
 Alexander Levy Rnd 1, Hole 2  Trophée Hassan II 
 Graeme Storm Rnd 2, Hole 16  Trophée Hassan II 
Soren Kjeldsen Rnd 4, Hole 2  Trophée Hassan II 
Rhys Davies  Rnd 3, Hole 6  NH Collection Open 
Jens Dantorp  Rnd 3, Hole 6  NH Collection Open 
     
Albatrosses  (3)

Joost Luiten Rnd 2, Hole 10 Volvo Golf Champions
Steve Webster
Rnd 1, Hole 10
Commercial Bank Qatar Masters
 Mark Tullo Rnd 3, Hole 15  Trophée Hassan II 
     
Most Consecutive Cuts Made (Current)

Steve Stricker 17 from 2010 Masters Tournament


to 2014 Masters Tournament
   
Most Consecutive Winning Years by a European Tour Member (Current)
Louis Oosthuizen 5 (2010-14)
Matteo Manassero (2010-13) 
Ernie Els (2010-13) 
     
Most Top 5 Finishes

Romain Wattel 3  
Charl Schwartzel  
 Thomas Aiken  
Rafael Cabrera-Bello  
     
Most Top 10 Finishes

Thomas Aiken 4  
George Coetzee  
Charl Schwartzel   
Thomas Bjorn   
Romain Wattel  
Sergio Garcia   
 Ross Fisher  
 Darren Fichardt  
 Thongchai Jaidee  
 Stephen Gallacher  
 Alejandro Canizares  
 Magnus A Carlsson  
 Rafael Cabrera-Bello  
 David Horsey  
 Bubba Watson  
 Miguel Angel Jiménez  
 Rory McIlroy  

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Race To Dubai Ranking

Pos Player nameNatPrize Money
1Thomas BJÖRNDEN€1,202,769
2Jamie DONALDSONWAL€1,194,572
3Sergio GARCIAESP€923,085
4Louis OOSTHUIZENRSA€887,290
5Victor DUBUISSONFRA€875,354
6Jonas BLIXTSWE€712,177
7Charl SCHWARTZELRSA€701,428
8Miguel Angel JIMÉNEZESP€671,637
9Stephen GALLACHERSCO€655,168
10George COETZEERSA€562,577

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