2016 European Tour Facts and Figures

           

 

Low 9

29 (-7) Rhien Gibson   Australian PGA Championship
29 (-7) Callum Shinkwin (preferred lies)    Shenzhen International 
29 (-7) Benjamin Hebert (preferred lies)     Volvo China Open
29 (-6) Ross McGowan (preferred lies)   Joburg Open (West) 
29 (-6) Bjorn Akesson (preferred lies)    Joburg Open (West) 
     
Low 9 to Par

29 (-7) Rhien Gibson
  Australian PGA Championship
29 (-7) Callum Shinkwin (preferred lies)    Shenzhen International 
29 (-7) Benjamin Hebert (preferred lies)    Volvo China Open 
     
Low 18

62 (-10) Callum Shinkwin (preferred lies)    Shenzhen International 
62 (-9) Ross McGowan (preferred lies)   Joburg Open (West)
     
Low 18 to Par

62 (-10) Callum Shinkwin (preferred lies)    Shenzhen International 
63 (-9) Hennie Otto (preferred lies)     Volvo China Open
62 (-9) Ross McGowan (preferred lies)   Joburg Open (West)
63 (-9) Sebastien Gros   Alfred Dunhill Championship
     
Low 1st 18

63 (-9) Hennie Otto (preferred lies)    Volvo China Open 
63 (-7) Justin Harding (preferred lies)    Tshwane Open
64 (-8) Christian Basson   Alfred Dunhill Championship
64 (-8) Bryson DeChambeau (AM)   Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship 
64 (-8) Peter Uihlein    True Thailand Classic presented by Chang 
     
Low 1st 18 to Par

 63 (-9) Hennie Otto (preferred lies)   Volvo China Open 
64 (-8) Christian Basson   Alfred Dunhill Championship
64 (-8) Bryson DeChambeau (AM)    Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship 
64 (-8) Peter Uihlein    True Thailand Classic presented by Chang 
     
Low 1st 36

129 (-13) Nathan Holman (preferred lies)    Maybank Championship Malaysia 
129 (-14) Ross McGowan (preferred lies)   Joburg Open
 131 (-13) Terry Pilkadaris   Hero Indian Open 
131 (-13) Soomin Lee (preferred lies)    Shenzhen International 
     
Low 1st 36 to Par

129 (-14) Ross McGowan (preferred lies)   Joburg Open
129 (-13) Nathan Holan (preferred lies)    Maybank Championship Malaysia 
131 (-13) Terry Pilkadaris    Hero Indian Open 
131 (-13) Soomin Lee (preferred lies)    Shenzhen International 
     
Low Final 36

129 (-11) Charl Schwartzel (preferred lies)    Tshwane Open 
 130 (-14) Li Haotong (preferred lies)   Volvo China Open 
131 (-13) Thomas Pieters Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship
131 (-13) Gregory Bourdy   ISPS HANDA Pert International 
     
Low Final 36 to Par

 130 (-14) Li Haotong (preferred lies)   Volvo China Open 
131 (-13) Thomas Pieters
  Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship
131 (-13) Gregory Bourdy    ISPS HANDA Perth International 
     
Low 1st 54

198 (-15) Soomin Lee (preferred lies)    Maybank Championship Malaysia 
200 (-16) Danny Willett    Omega Dubai Desert Classic 
200 (-16) Felipe Aguilar (preferred lies)    Volvo China Open 
200 (-16) Lucas Bjerregard (preferred lies)    Volvo China Open 
200 (-15) Zander Lombard (preferred lies)   Joburg Open
200 (-15) Haydn Porteous (preferred lies)   Joburg Open
200 (-15) Anthony Wall (preferred lies)   Joburg Open
     
Low 1st 54 to Par

200 (-16) Danny Willett
Omega Dubai Desert Classic
200 (-16) Felipe Aguilar (preferred lies)    Volvo China Open 
 200 (-16) Lucas Bjerrgaard (preferred lies)   Volvo China Open 
     
Low Final 54 Holes


193 (-17) Charl Schwartzel (preferred lies)    Tshwane Open 
197 (-19) Li Haotong (preferred lies)    Volvo China Open 
199 (-17) Danny Willett   Omega Dubai Desert Classic
     
Low Final 54 Holes to Par

199 (-17) Li Haotong (preferred lies)     Volvo China Open
193 (-17) Charl Schwartzel (preferred lies)    Tshwane Open 
199 (-17) Danny Willett
Omega Dubai Desert Classic
     
Low Winning 72

 264 (-16) Charl Schwartzel (preferred lies)   Tshwane Open 
 266 (-22) Li Haotong (preferred lies)    Volvo China Open
269 (-19) Marc Leishman   Nedbank Golf Challenge
269 (-19) Danny Willett    Omega Dubai Desert Classic 
269 (-18) Haydn Porteous (preferred lies)   Joburg Open
     
Low 72 to Par

266 (-22) Li Haotong (preferred lies)     Volvo China Open
269 (-19) Marc Leishman   Nedbank Golf Challenge
269 (-19) Danny Willett    Omega Dubai Desert Classic 
     
High Winning 72

288 (level) Nathan Holman   Australian PGA Championship
     
High Winning 72 to Par

285 (+1) Andrew Johnston
Real Club Valderrama Open de Espana hosted by the Sergio Garcia Foundation
     
Largest Winning Margin

8 shots Charl Schwartzel
Tshwane Open



Low Start by a Winner 

66 (-6) Charl Schwartzel
Alfred Dunhill Championship
66 (-6) Haydn Porteous (preferred lies)    Joburg Open (East)
66 (-6) Soomin Lee (preferred lies)    Shenzhen International 
66 (-5) Marcus Fraser (preferred lies)    Maybank Championship Malaysia 
     
Low Start by a Winner to Par

66 (-6) Charl Schwartzel
Alfred Dunhill Championship
66 (-6) Haydn Porteous (preferred lies)    Joburg Open (East)
66 (-6) Soomin Lee (preferred lies)   Shenzhen International
     
High Start by a Winner

77 (+5) Nathan Holman
Australian PGA Championship
     
High Start by a Winner to Par

77 (+5) Nathan Holman   Australian PGA Championship
     
Low Finish by a Winner

63 (-7) Charl Schwartzel (preferred lies)    Tshwane Open 
64 (-8) Li Haotong (preferred lies)     Volvo China Open
67 (-5) Marc Leishman   Nedbank Golf Challenge
67 (-5) Danny Willett    Masters Tournament 
     
Low Finish by a Winner to Par

64 (-8) Li Haotong (preferred lies)    Volvo China Open 
63 (-7) Charl Schwartzel (preferred lies)    Tshwane Open 
67 (-5) Marc Leishman   Nedbank Golf Challenge
67 (-5) Danny Willett    Masters Tournament 
     
High Finish by a Winner

73 (+1) Nathan Holman
Australian PGA Championship
     
High Finish by a Winner to Par

73 (+1) Nathan Holman
Australian PGA Championship
     
Largest 18 Hole Lead (no ties)

2 shots Christian Basson
Alfred Dunhill Championship
2 shots Zander Lombard    Australian PGA Championship 
2 shots Jordan Spieth    Masters Tournament 
2 shots Hennie Otto    Volvo China Open 
2 shots Danny Willett    Dubai Duty Free Irish Open Hosted by the Rory Foundation 
     
Largest 36 Hole Lead (no ties)

5 shots Charl Schwartzel
Alfred Dunhill Championship
     
Largest 54 Hole Lead (no ties)

3 shots Charl Schwartzel
Alfred Dunhill Championship
3 shots Soomin Lee    Maybank Championship Malaysia 
3 shots Louis Oosthuizen    ISPS HANDA Perth International 
3 shots Rory McIlroy    WGC - Cadillac Championship 
3 shots Soomin Lee    Shenzhen International 
3 shots Rory McIlroy    Dubai Duty Free Irish Open Hosted by the Rory Foundation 
     
Low Cut

140 (-3) (preferred lies)
Joburg Open
     
Low Cut in Relation to Par

140 (-3) (preferred lies)   Joburg Open
141 (-3) (preferred lies)    Volvo China Open 
     
High Cut

151 (+9)
Real Club Valderrama Open de Espana hosted by the Sergio Garcia Foundation
     
High Cut in Relation to Par

151 (+9)   Real Club Valderrama Open de Espana hosted by the Sergio Garcia Foundation
     
Fewest to Make the Cut

55 (+2 Amateurs) (Standard top 50 and ties cut)   Masters Tournament 

65 (Standard top 65 and ties cut)

Alfred Dunhill Championship
65 (Standard top 65 and ties cut)    Dubai Duty Free Irish Open Hosted by the Rory Foundation 
     
Most to Make the Cut

78  (Standard top 65 and ties cut)    Joburg Open
     
Biggest Catch-up in Last Round by a Winner

3 shots Marcus Fraser
Maybank Championship Malaysia
3 shots Adam Scott    WGC - Cadillac Championship 
3 shots Danny Willett    Masters Tournament 
3 shots Jeunghun Wang     Trophee Hassan II
     
Biggest Deficit Made up in Last 36 Holes by a Winner
6 shots Marcus Fraser
Maybank Championship Malaysia
     
Wire-to-Wire Winners (including ties)

Soomin Lee ((tied after rnd 1)
Shenzhen International
     
Biggest Jump from the Cut Line

4T Grégory Bourdy
ISPS HANDA Perth International
     
Multiple Winners

Charl Schwartzel   Alfred Dunhill Championship, Tshwane Open
Danny Willett    Omega Dubai Desert Classic, Masters Tournament 
Jeunghun Wang    Trophee Hassan II, AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open 
     
First-Time Winners

Nathan Holman
Australian PGA Championship
Marc Leishman   Nedbank Golf Challenge
Brandon Stone   BMW SA Open hosted by City of Ekurhuleni
Haydn Porteous   Joburg Open
Andrew Johnston   Real Club Valderrama Open de Espana hosted by the Sergio Garcia Foundation 
Soomin Lee    Shenzhen International 
Li Haotong     Volvo China Open
Jeunghun Wang    Trophee Hassan II 
     
Course Records    
Rhein Gibson 64 (-8) Australian PGA Championship
Piya Swangarunporn  63 (-9)  True Thailand Classic presented by Chang 
Terry Pilkadaris 64 (-8)  Hero Indian Open 
Lukas Nemecz  67 (-5)  Trophee Hassan II 
David Dixon  67 (-5) (equal)  Trophee Hassan II 
Chris Hanson  67 (-5) (equal)  Trophee Hassan II 
Nicolas Colsaerts 65 (-7)  AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open 
     
Play-offs

Nathan Holman 4 Australian PGA Championship
Dylan Frittelli 5
Harold Varner III   
     
Jeunghun Wang 4, 4  Trophee Hassan II 
Nacho Elvira  4, 5   
     
Holes-in-one    
Filippo Bergamaschi  Rnd 1, Hole 5  Australian PGA Championship 
Richard McEvoy Rnd 2, Hole 14 BMW SA Open hosted by City of Ekurhuleni
Le Roux Ferreira Rnd 2, Hole 14 BMW SA Open hosted by City of Ekurhuleni
Ross McGowan Rnd 1, Hole 5 Joburg Open (East)
Thomas Bjorn  Rnd 1, Hole 15 Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship 
Gregory Havret Rnd 1, Hole 15  Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship 
Gregory Bourdy Rnd 2, Hole 8  Commercial Bank Qatar Masters 
Jose-Filipe Lima Rnd 1, Hole 5  Tshwane Open 
Justin Harding  Rnd 2, Hole 14  Tshwane Open 
Casey O'Toole  Rnd 2, Hole 12  Maybank Championship Malaysia 
Jason Scrivener  Rnd 1, Hole 3  True Thailand Classic presented by Chang 
Raphael Jacquelin  Rnd 1, Hole 5  Hero Indian Open 
Shane Lowry Rnd 4, Hole 16  Masters Tournament 
Davis Love III  Rnd 4, Hole 16  Masters Tournament 
Louis Oosthuizen  Rnd 4, Hole 16  Masters Tournament 
Roope Kakko  Rnd 2, Hole 12  Real Club Valderrama Open de Espana hosted by the Sergio Garcia Foundation 
 Rikard Karlberg Rnd 1, Hole 16  Volvo China Open 
 Taehoon Kim Rnd 2, Hole 13  Volvo China Open 
 Brett Rumford Rnd 4, Hole 13  Volvo China Open 
     
Albatrosses 

Lee Slattery Rnd 2, Hole 8  Hero Indian Open 
Scott Hend  Rnd 2, Hole 17  Shenzhen International 
     
Most Consecutive Cuts Made (Current)

Steve Stricker 21 from 2010 Masters Tournament


to 2015 US PGA Championship
     
Most Consecutive Winning Years by a European Tour Member (Current)
Justin Rose 4 2012-2015
Rory McIlroy 3 2014-2016
George Coetzee 2014-2015 
Pablo Larrazabal 2 2014-2015 
David Horsey 2014-2015
Thongchai Jaidee  2 2014-2015 
Thorbjorn Olesen 2014-2015
Rickie Fowler  2015-2016 
Danny Willett  2015-2016 
     
Most Top 5 Finishes

Danny Willett   
Joost Luiten   
Rory McIlroy   
Branden Grace   
Justin Walters   
Rafa Cabrera Bello   
Jeunghun Wang   
     
Most Top 10 Finishes

Joost Luiten   
 Rory McIlroy  
Branden Grace 5  
Byeong Hun An 4  
Danny Willett  
Scott Hend   
Brandon Stone   
Rafa Cabrera Bello   
Thorbjorn Olesen   

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Rolex
Pos Player nameNatPoints
1Danny WILLETTENG2,780,274
2Rory MCILROYNIR1,988,305
3Louis OOSTHUIZENRSA1,547,861
4Rafa CABRERA BELLOESP1,425,396
5Henrik STENSONSWE1,045,465
6Lee WESTWOODENG947,674
7Branden GRACERSA936,353
8Joost LUITENNED742,534
9Charl SCHWARTZELRSA712,172
10Søren KJELDSENDEN672,522

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