2021 Facts & Figures

The latest statistics from the European Tour

Low 18

Low 18Event
61 (-10), Scott JamiesonTenerife Open
61 (-10), Tapio Pulkkanen Canary Islands Championship
61 (-10), Niall KearneyCanary Islands Championship
61 (-9), David Horsey Saudi International powered by SBIA
61 (-9), Ashun WuGran Canaria Lopesan Open
61 (-9), Thorbjørn OlesenGran Canaria Lopesan Open
61 (-9), Sam HorsfieldGran Canaria Lopesan Open
61 (-9), Connor SymeGran Canaria Lopesan Open

Low 18 to Par 

Low 18 to ParEvent
61 (-10), Scott JamiesonTenerife Open
61 (-10), Tapio PulkkanenCanary Islands Championship
61 (-10), Niall KearneyCanary Islands Championship

Low First 18

Low First 18Event
61 (-9), David Horsey Saudi International powered by SBIA

Low First 18 to Par

Low First 18 to ParEvent
61 (-9), David Horsey Saudi International powered by SBIA
62 (-9), Thorbjørn OlesenTenerife Open
62 (-9), Francesco LaportaCanary Islands Championship

Low First 36 

Low First 36Event
126 (-16), Nicolai von DellingshausenTenerife Open
126 (-14), Thorbjørn OlesenGran Canaria Lopesan Open

Low First 36 to Par

Low First 36 to ParEvent
126 (-16), Nicolai von DellingshausenTenerife Open

Low Final 36

Low Final 36Event
126 (-14), Jeff WintherGran Canaria Lopesan Open
126 (-14), Garrick HiggoGran Canaria Lopesan Open

Low Final 36 to Par

Low Final 36 to ParEvent
127 (-15), Tapio PulkkanenCanary Islands Championship

Low First 54

Low First 54Event
192 (-18), Garrick HiggoGran Canaria Lopesan Open

Low First 54 to Par

Low First 54 to ParEvent
193 (-20), Garrick HiggoCanary Islands Championship

Low 72

Low 72Event
255 (-25), Garrick HiggoGran Canaria Lopesan Open

Low 72 to Par

Low 72 to ParEvent
257 (-27), Garrick Higgo Canary Islands Championship

High Winning 72

High Winning 72Event
276 (-8) Antoine RoznerCommercial Bank Qatar Masters

Largest Winning Margin

Largest Winning MarginEvent
6 shots, Garrick HiggoCanary Islands Open

Low Start by a Winner

Low Start by a WinnerEvent
63 (-8), Dean BurmesterTenerife Open

Low Start by a Winner to Par 

Low Start by a WinnerEvent
65 (-7), Tyrrell HattonAbu Dhabi HSBC Championship
65 (-6), Daniel van TonderKenya Savannah Classic supported by Absa
67 (-5), Paul CaseyOmega Dubai Desert Classic
66 (-5), Justin HardingMagical Kenya Open presented by Johnnie Walker

High Start by a Winner

High Start by a WinnerEvent
69 (-2), Antoine RoznerCommercial Bank Qatar Masters
67 (-3), Dustin JohnsonSaudi International powered by SBIA

High Start by a Winner to Par

High Start by a Winner to ParEvent
69 (-2) Antoine RoznerCommercial Bank Qatar Masters
67 (-3), Dustin JohnsonSaudi International powered by SBIA

Low Finish by a Winner

Low Finish by a WinnerEvent
64 (-7), Daniel van TonderKenya Savannah Classic supported by Absa
64 (-7), Garrick HiggoCanary Islands Championship

Low Finish by a Winner to Par

Low Finish by a Winner to ParEvent
64 (-7), Daniel van TonderKenya Savannah Classic supported by Absa
64 (-7), Garrick HiggoCanary Islands Championship

High Finish by a Winner

High Finish by a WinnerEvent
70 (-2), Paul CaseyOmega Dubai Desert Classic
70 (-2), Collin MorikawaWGC-Workday Championship at The Concession
68 (-2), Dustin Johnson Saudi International powered by SBIA

High Finish by a Winner to Par

High Finish by a Winner to ParEvent
70 (-2), Paul CaseyOmega Dubai Desert Classic
70 (-2), Collin MorikawaWGC-Workday Championship at The Concession
68 (-2), Dustin Johnson Saudi International powered by SBIA

Largest 18 Hole Lead (no ties)

Largest 18 Hole Lead (no ties)Event
4 shots, Justin RoseMasters Tournament

Largest 36 Hole Lead (no ties)

Largest 36 Hole Lead (no ties)Event
3 shots, Nicolai von DellingshausenCanary Islands Championship

Largest 54 Hole Lead (no ties)

Largest 54 Hole Lead (no ties)Event
4 shots, Hideki MatsuyamaMasters Tournament

Low Cut

Low CutEvent
137 (-5)Gran Canaria Lopesan Open

Low Cut in Relation to Par

Low Cut in Relation to ParEvent
137 (-5) Gran Canaria Lopesan Open

High Cut

High CutEvent
143 (+1)Commercial Bank Qatar Masters
144 (L)Omega Dubai Desert Classic

High Cut in Relation to Par

High Cut in Relation to ParEvent
143 (+1)Commercial Bank Qatar Masters
144 (L)Omega Dubai Desert Classic
140 (L)Saudi International powered by SBIA

Fewest to Make the Cut

Fewest to Make the CutEvent
54Masters Tournament
66Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship

Most to Make the Cut

Most to Make the CutEvent
77Saudi International powered by SBIA
77Magical Kenya Open presented by Johnnie Walker
77Canary Islands Championship

Events to have a third round cut

Events to have a third round cutEvent
NONE 

Biggest Deficit made up in Last Round by a Winner

Biggest Deficit made up in Last Round by a WinnerEvent
3 shots, Antoine RoznerCommercial Bank Qatar Masters
3 shots, Daniel van TonderKenya Savannah Classic supported by Absa

Biggest Deficit made up in Last 36 Holes by a Winner

Biggest Deficit made up in Last 36 Holes by a WinnerEvent
7 shots, Antoine RoznerCommercial Bank Qatar Masters

Wire-to-Wire Winners (including ties)

Wire-to-Wire Winners (including ties)Event
NONE 

Multiple Winners

Multiple WinnersEvents
Garrick HiggoGran Canaria Lopesan Open
 Canary Islands Championship

First-Time Winners

First-Time WinnersEvent
Daniel van TonderKenya Savannah Classic supported by Absa

Course Records

Course recordsEvent
61 (-9), David Horsey (equalled)Saudi International powered by SBIA
62 (-9), Johannes VeermanMagical Kenya Open presented by Johnnie Walker
62 (-9), Darius van Driel (equalled)Kenya Savannah Classic supported by Absa

Play-offs

Play-offsEvent
Daniel van Tonder bt. Jazz JanewattananondKenya Savannah Classic supported by Absa

Hole-in-one

Hole-in-oneEvent
Alex Levy, Rnd 3, Hole 15, 163 yds, 9-ironAbu Dhabi HSBC Championship
N Elvira, Rnd 1, Hole 11, 170 yards, 7 ironOmega Dubai Desert Classic
JB Hansen, Rnd 1, Hole 11, 175 yards, 7 ironSaudi International powered by SBIA
T Simsby, Rnd 3, Hole 6, 170 yards, 7 ironWGC-Workday Championship at The Concession
A Levy, Rnd 2, Hole 14, 215 yards, 6 ironMagical Kenya Open presented by Johnnie Walker
C Paisley, Rnd 2, Hole 14, 215 yards, 6 ironMagical Kenya Open presented by Johnnie Walker
K Moon, Rnd 2, Hole 7, 346 yards, driverKenya Savannah Classic supported by Absa
L Scalise, Rnd 4, Hole 2, 141 yards, wedgeKenya Savannah Classic supported by Absa
C Conners, Rnd 3, Hole 6, 182 yards, 9 ironMasters Tournament
T Fleetwood, Rnd 1, Hole 16, 170 yards, 9 ironMasters Tournament
T Detry, Rnd 1, Hole 6, 158 yards, 7 ironAustrian Golf Open
J Luiten, Rnd 1, Hole 15, 131 yards, WedgeGran Canaria Lopesan Open
J Luiten, Rnd 1, Hole 2, 167 yards, 7 ironTenerife Open
C Shinkwin, Rnd 2, Hole 2, 173 yards, 8 ironTenerife Open
G Higgo, Rnd 4, Hole 7, 152 meters, 9 ironCanary Islands Championship
M Kawamura, Rnd 2, Hole 7, 158 yards, 8 ironCanary Islands Championship

Albatrosses

AlbatrossesEvent
K Moon, Rnd 2, Hole 7, 346 yards, DriverKenya Savannah Classic supported by Absa
O Lieser, Rnd 4, Hole 6, 194 yards, 8 ironMagical Kenya Open presented by Johnnie Walker

Most Consecutive Winning Years (Current)

Most Consecutive Winning Years (Current)Seasons
3, Tyrrell Hatton2019 - 2020 - 2021
3, Dustin Johnson 2019 - 2020 - 2021

Most Top 5 Finishes

NameNumber
Garrick Higgo3

Most Top 10 Finishes

NameNumber
Garrick Higgo4
Matthias Schwab4