British Masters supported by Sky Sports: A look at the numbers from Close House
Last Updated: 02/10/17 3:22pm
Following Paul Dunne's victory in the British Masters supported by Sky Sports, we take a look at some of the standout numbers from Close House...
The first European Tour title for Paul Dunne in his 51st appearance.
The number of years since Robert Karlsson last held a 54-hole lead in a European Tour event - the 2008 Mercedes Benz Championship.
The number of first-time winners on the European Tour in 2017.
Dunne becomes the 15th Irishman to win on the European Tour following fellow compatriots including three-time major winner Padraig Harrington, former European Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley and three-time European Tour winner Shane Lowry.
The number of putts needed by Dunne on the final day with seven out of seven scrambles.
The number of holes before tournament host Lee Westwood carded his first bogey of the week.
Dunne's final round nine-under 61 - the lowest round of the week - was two shots better than his previous low round and equals the lowest finishing round by a winner this season - Hideki Matsuyama also carded the same score in the WGC - Bridgestone Invitational.
The final round score by world No 6 Rory McIlroy, the highest-ranked player in the tournament's field, on Sunday to finish three shots behind Dunne in second place.
The 24-year-old's tournament winning score for the four rounds is the lowest winning total of the season by four shots and the lowest since Masters winner Sergio Garcia shot 257 in winning the 2011 Castello Masters in Spain.
The number of spectators who attended the British Masters across a six day period.