Sinkwin wins second title with Welsh victory

England’s Callum Sinkwin claimed his second DP World Tour title with a four-shot win at the Kazoo Open.

Sinkwin finished 12-under at Celtic Manor with a 70 on Sunday. In his three visits here he has finished 1st, 4th and 8th.

A late charge from Scotland’s Connor Syme secured second place at eight under par, with Julian Guerrier, Andy Sullivan, David Dixon, Renato Palatore and Lucas Bjeregard three further behind in third. did.

New Zealand’s Daniel Hillier shared 35th place with a 3-over par, while compatriot Josh Geary finished with a 6-over. Dimitrios Papadatos, the lone Australian, finished 11 over par.

Guerrier was one stroke behind Sinkwin at 54 holes, bogeying further behind in the first, but Sinkwin bogeying and birdieing the second to quickly equalize.

But Guerrier dropped shots on each of the next three holes, and Sinkwin couldn’t take a six-shot lead with a hat-trick birdie off the fourth hole.

“I’m just grateful that I played great and made it to the end,” said Sinkwin, who won the 2020 Aphrodite Hills Cyprus Open.

“Everyone asked if it was match play between me and Julian. This golf course doesn’t reward match play very much, so I decided not to.”

“[Sime]came out of nowhere. He was six or seven years old and obviously made a couple of birdies. Hit a good putt on the 16th and made a bogey.”

“And he hit it close when I was struggling in 17th all week. It was a big deal.

Sinkwin wins second title with Welsh victory

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