Tournament Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures
First tournament:

1923

Most wins:

Alec Ross, 1923, 1925, 1926
Auguste Boyer, 1930, 1934, 1935
Dai Rees, 1956, 1959, 1963
Harold Henning, 1960, 1964, 1965
Severiano Ballesteros, 1977, 1978, 1989

Successive wins:

Alec Ross, 1925–26
Auguste Boyer, 1934–35
Harold Henning, 1964–65
Roberto Bernardini, 1968–69
Severiano Ballesteros, 1977–78

Youngest winner:

Severiano Ballesteros, Age 20, 1977

Oldest winner:

Miguel Ángel Jiménez, Age 46, 2010

Lowest score:

60 (–12), Jamie Spence, 1992
60 (–11), Baldovino Dassù, 1971

Largest winning margin:

10 strokes, Eduardo Romero, 2000

Holes-in-one:

John Bland, 8th hole, round 4, 1983
Andrew Oldcorn, 8th hole, round 3, 1985
Armando Saavedra, 8th hole, round 1, 1990
Manuel Piñero, 3rd hole, round 3, 1992*
Wayne Riley, 13th hole, round 2, 1995
Wayne Riley, 3rd hole, round 3, 1999*
Domingo Hospital, 8th hole, round 4, 1999
John Mellor, 11th hole, round 4, 2000
Alexandre Chopard, 16th hole, round 3, 2003
Patrik Sjöland, 8th hole, round 4, 2003
Stephen Scahill, 8th hole, round 4, 2004
Alessandro Tadini, 3rd hole, round 2, 2007*
Mikael Lundberg, 3rd hole, round 1, 2010*

Mathias Grönberg, 3rd hole, round 4, 2012
Richard Finch, 13th hole, round 4, 2013
Graeme Storm, 11th hole, round 3, 2014
Romain Wattel, 11th hole, round 4, 2014
Grégory Havret, 13th hole, round 1, 2015
Michael Hoey, 3rd hole, round 1, 2015
Daniel Im, 8th hole, round 1, 2017*

Lowest cut:

– 5, 1997

Highest cut:

+10, 1974, 1976

*Every year, Credit Suisse recognizes the first hole-in-one with a prize of one kilogram of gold (until 2011 at the 3rd hole/since 2012 at the 8th hole).