Author of a stunning comeback because of a final 64, the Frenchman got here near success on the London Golf Club. But the Scotsman Calum Hill didn’t tremble to safe his first victory on the European Tour.
First victory on the European Tour for Calum Hill (26). The Scotsman stored his cool in the course of the fourth and final excellent lap which came about this Sunday on the fairways of the London Golf Club (south-east of the English capital, in Kent, close to the racing circuit of Brands Hatch) to win the Cazoo Classic 2021 with a bit stroke in entrance of … the Frenchman Alexander Levy.
If the Dane Højgaard had began the day with three lengths upfront on the leaderboard, Calum Hill (-16) signed a final lap in 67 (six birdies and a bogey). “I’m happy with how I managed to play my last eleven holes and really proud of what I managed to do, he said after his success. I managed to manage my emotions quite well and stay in each shot. I really felt the pressure but I managed to control it. ”
Before him, the Var Alexander Levy (31), writer of eight birdies with out the slightest bogey, posted this Sunday a 64, finest card of the day. Two clear birdies alternatives at holes 16 and 17 may even have allowed him to attain even decrease. His final lap permits him to realize seventeen ranks on the leaderboard to complete 2nd. A meteoric rise after we do not forget that he had already canceled round forty locations the day earlier than in the course of the “moving day”!
Levy ended his English week (70-73-66-64) with successful that he had not recognized for a very long time. The one who appeared initially of the week in 379th place on this planet rating has recorded his finest outcome on the circuit for 2 years (fifth at Saudi International). His final victory dates again to 2018 in the course of the Hassan-II Trophy in Morocco. After the Cazoo Classic, Alexander Levy is now in fiftieth place within the Race to Dubai.
The English Richard Bland and Callum Shinkwin, the Welsh Jamie Donaldson and the Dane Rasmus Højgaard share the third step of the rostrum at -14. For his half, the Tarbais Victor Perez ends with a 71 which places him again in thirteenth place (-10), whereas the Clément Sordet, writer of a final 67, and Joël Stalter, with an final 69, rank respectively twenty first. and 51st. Robin Sciot-Segrist (72 this Sunday) is additional (66th).
Final classification of the Cazoo Classic 2021, on the London Golf Club (par 72):
1. Calum Hill (Eco) -16 (68-67-70-67)
2. Alexander Levy (Fra) -15 (70-73-66-64)
3. Richard Bland (Eng) -14 (65-71-70-68)
Callum Shinkwin (Ang) -14 (70-70-68-66)
Jamie Donaldson (CEO) -14 (72-69-66-67)
Rasmus Højgaard (Dan) -14 (71-69-62-72)
13. Victor Perez (Fra) -10 (70-69-68-71)
… and so on.
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