8– The number of shots winner Alvaro Quiros was behind after 36 holes. He was on three under, the leader was at minus 11.
18 – The number of places Anders Hansen moved in the Official World Golf Ranking, from 70 to 52 to gain a place in the WGC – Accenture Match Play Championship.
64 – The lowest round of the tournament by Ricardo Gonzalez in round four. He finished tied 20th.
3 – Alvaro Quiros became the third player in European Tour history to have a hole-in-one in the final round and go onto claim the title. He follows Thongchai Jaidee (2004 Carlsberg Malaysian Open) and Miguel Angel Jiménez (2008 BMW PGA Championship).
30 – The number of players who broke par in the final round.
4 – The finishing position of 2010 Challenge Tour Number One, Alvaro Velasco; his best European Tour finish.
17 – James Kingston finished in a tie for second after making the cut on the mark. It is the 17th time in European Tour history a player has moved from the cut line and finished the tournament in second place.
26 – Scott Strange ended a run of 26 European Tour events without a top ten. He finished in a tie for fourth.
2 –For only the second time in European Tour history has an event witnessed holes-in-one in every round. The first occasion was the 1991 Fujitsu Mediterranean Open.
65 – The position of Alvaro Quiros after round one, following his opening 73.