Callum Shinkwin Highlights | Final Round | 2022 Cazoo Open Supported by Gareth Bale

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Highlights from Callum Shinkwin’s winning final round at the 2022 Cazoo Open supported by Gareth Bale.

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The DP World Tour returns to The Celtic Manor Resort in Wales for the 2022 Cazoo Open Supported by Gareth Bale. Spaniard Nacho Elvira will look to defend his first tour title after a play off in 2021 saw him claim victory over second place Justin Harding. Jordan Smith heads into the tournament on the back of a tremendous run of form that has seen him not miss a cut since March 2022. With his last tour win coming at the Porsche European Open in 2017, the Englishman will be hoping to turn his good form into silverware on Sunday. Winner of last week’s Hero Open, Sean Crocker will be back in action, as will 2022 British Masters winner Thorbjørn Olesen who will be looking to claim an impressive seventh title on the DP World Tour.

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