Commercial Bank Qatar Masters Winners And History


Inaugurated in 1998, the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters is one of  four European Tour golf tournaments held in the Persian Gulf (along with the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship, the Omega Dubai Desert Classic and the NBO Oman Open). It was co-sanctioned by the Asian Tour from 2005 to 2007.

Not known for strength of field in its early years, the Qatar Masters has grown with its purse. In 2005, Ernie Els was the only player in the world top 50 to tee it up. By 2011, however, with a purse of $2.5 million, most of the European Tour’s top players put the event on their schedule. The winner gains 48 world ranking points.

The tournament is held at the Doha Golf Club in Doha, Qatar. Paul Lawrie and Adam Scott hold the tournament records for low aggregate scores at 268, both 20 under par.

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Els At The Qatar Masters

The complete list of Qatar Masters Winners follows:

Commercial Bank Qatar Masters   
2023Sami ValimakaFinland270 (-18)
2022Ewen FergusonScotland281 (-7)
2021Antoine RoznerFrance276 (-8)
2020Jorge CampilloSpain275 (-13)
2019Justin HardingSouth Africa275 (-13)
2018Eddie PepperellEngland270 (−18)
2017Wang Jeung-hunKorea272 (−16)
2016Branden Grace (2)South Africa274 (−14)
2015Branden GraceSouth Africa269 (-19)
2014Sergio GarciaSpain272 (−16)
2013Chris WoodEngland270 (−18)
2012Paul Lawrie Scotland201 (−15)
2011Thomas Bjørn Denmark274 (−14)
2010Robert Karlsson Sweden273 (−15)
2009Álvaro Quirós Spain269 (−19)
2008Adam Scott Australia268 (−20)
2007Retief Goosen South Africa273 (−15)
2006Henrik Stenson Sweden273 (−15)
Qatar Masters   
2005Ernie Els South Africa276 (−12)
2004Joakim Haeggman Sweden272 (−16)
2003Darren Fichardt South Africa275 (−13)
2002Adam Scott Australia269 (−19)
2001Tony Johnstone Zimbabwe274 (−14)
2000Rolf Muntz Netherlands280 (−8)
1999Paul Lawrie Scotland268 (−20)
1998Andrew Coltart Scotland270 (−18)

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