Calum Hill debuts his record on the European Tour

The Scotsman won the Cazoo Classic, played at the London Golf Club in Kent (England), with -16. Campillo, better Spanish, far with -9.


The Scotsman Calum Hill won his first title on the European golf circuit this Sunday by winning the Cazoo Classic, played since Thursday at the London club in Ash, Kent (United Kingdom). Hill, 26, started the day three strokes behind the leader, Dane Rasmus Hojgaard. His 67 strokes (-5) in the fourth round, coupled with 72 (even) by the Scandinavian, gave him victory. On his last card he signed six birdies for a bogey.

With 272 total hits (16 under par), Hill outscored Frenchman Alexander Levy in one shot, who rallied 17 places this Sunday thanks to a closing round of 64 (-8); and in two to the quartet signed by the English Callum Shinkwin and Richard Bland, the Welshman Jamie Donaldson and Rasmus Hojgaard.

Calum Hill had three titles on the Challenge circuit, but this Sunday was the first great victory for the Scotsman from Kirkcaldy. The Extremaduran Olympian Jorge Campillo was the best of the Spaniards with 9 down in the total and four rounds of 71, 71, 67 and 70. ÁLvaro Quirós finished with -7 and Alejandro Cañizares, with -6.

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