Facts and Figures - M2M Russian Open

7/19/2013 3:59:00 PM
M2M Russian Open  
 
First played: 1996. (Challenge Tour event 1996-2002)
 2003-2005 (Dual Ranking event), 2006 onwards, (European Tour only)
Most wins: 2 – Iain Pyman, 1999 and 2002
 2 - Mikael Lundberg, 2005 and 2008
Most consecutive wins: None
Youngest winner: Marco Bernardini, 22 years and 92 days, 2000
Oldest winner: Gary Emerson, 40 years and 324 days, 2004
Lowest 18 hole score: 62 (-10), Iain Pyman, 2002, David Drysdale, 2006, Per-Ulrik Johansson, 2007
Lowest first 18 hole score: 62 (-10), Iain Pyman, 2002, David Drysdale, 2006
Lowest first 36 hole score: 129 (-15), Iain Pyman, 2002
Lowest first 54 hole score: 197 (-19), Benn Barham, 2002
Lowest 72 hole score: 265 (-23), Per-Ulrik Johnasson, 2007
Lowest under par winning score: 265 (-23), Per Ulrik Johnasson, 2007
Lowest final round by a winner: 64 (-8), Warren Bennett, 1998
Wire-to-wire-winners: None
Largest 18 hole lead: 4 shots, Iain Pyman, 2002
Largest 36 hole lead: 4 shots, Per-Ulrik Johansson, 2007
Largest 54 hole lead: 5 shots, Michael Hoey, 2013
Largest winning margin: 7 shots, Warren Bennett, 1998
Biggest final round 3 shots, Iain Pyman, 2002
comeback by a winner: 
Play-offs: Michele Reale beat Heinz Peter Thüel, 1997
 Marcus Fraser beat Martin Wiegele, 2003
 Mikael Lundberg beat Andrew Butterfield, 2005
Holes-in-one: Arnaud Langenaeken, hole 11, round 1, 1997
 Niels Kraay, hole 8, round 4, 1999
 David Salisbury, hole 4, round 1, 2002
 Adam Crawford, hole 16, round 1, 2002
 Roger Chapman, hole 4, round 3, 2005
 Mikael Lundberg, hole 8,, round 4, 2006
Jarmo Sandelin, hole 16, round 1, 2013
Albatrosses: Joakim Bäckstrom, hole 15, round 1, 2008
Low cut: 141 (-3), 2001
High cut: 153 (+9), 1996