About the Commercialbank Qatar Masters:
2014 Qatar Masters
Sergio Garcia claimed his first victory in this tournament, beating Mikko Illonen in a playoff. Third-round leader Rafa Cabrera-Bello shot a good 69 in the final round, but Garcia shot 65 and Illonen 66 to pass him and tie for the lead at 16-under 272. Garcia won the playoff with a birdie on the third extra hole. It was Garcia's 11th career win on the European Tour, his first since 2011.
Chris Wood eagled the final hole to claim victory by one stroke. Wood began the day with a 3-stroke lead, but he trailed Sergio Garcia and George Coetzee by one on the final hole - until eagle secured the win. Wood finished at 18-under 270 for his first European Tour victory.
Commercialbank Qatar Masters Records:
- 72 holes: 268 - Paul Lawrie, 1999; Adam Scott, 2008
- 18 holes: 61 - Adam Scott, 2008
Commercialbank Qatar Masters Golf Courses:
Commercialbank Qatar Masters Trivia and Notes:
- The winner of the first Qatar Masters in 1998 was Andrew Coltart.
- When Paul Lawrie won in 1999, it was his second career victory - and a prelude to his victory several months later at the 1999 British Open. Lawrie won this tournament again in 2012.
- Adam Scott is the only two-time winner to date, claiming the Qatar Masters titles in 2002 and 2008.
- From 2005 through 2007, the Qatar Masters was cosanctioned by the Asian Tour.
Commercialbank Qatar Masters Winners:
Commercialbank Qatar Masters
2014 - Sergio Garcia-p, 272
2013 - Chris Wood, 270
2012 - Paul Lawrie-w, 201
2011 - Thomas Bjorn, 274
2010 - Robert Karlsson, 273
2009 - Alvaro Quiros, 269
2008 - Adam Scott, 268
2007 - Retief Goosen, 273
2006 - Henrik Stenson, 273
2005 - Ernie Els, 276
2004 - Joakim Haeggman, 272
2003 - Darren Fichardt, 275
2002 - Adam Scott, 269
2001 - Tony Johnstone, 274
2000 - Rolf Muntz, 280
1999 - Paul Lawrie, 268
1998 - Andrew Coltart, 270