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England's Daniel Gavins is on the upswing as he wins his first DP World Tour victory.

England's Daniel Gavins hopes to change his fortunes as he returns to where he took his first DP World Tour victory.

Gavins said last year's ISPS Handa in the final round of his Worlds Invitational he overturned a seven-shot lead, hitting his 65 without a bogey at Galgom Castle, and 13. Under set his par target. match.

The 31-year-old also finished 6th at the Dunhill Links Championship in October, but in 2022 he will only be in the top 10 once, finishing 10th in the last 10. He missed seven times in the year and he entered the week with two withdrawals. start.

England's Daniel Gavins (Peter Byrne/PA)

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on the 10th tee on the first day of the Kazoo Open at Hillside. }

"This year got off to a really good start," Gavins said. "I made eight of the first ten cuts. The last few months have been really tough. It's hard to find on the course.

I feel like the game is really great, I just have to be patient, it's hard with this game, you just want to do well every week. I think the main thing for us is to get involved and have a little more fun, take the pressure off of doing well, take each week and keep going like that. I was walking around a few halls remembering the shots I hit last year and it's nice to come to the entrance and see all these posters with my face on them.

World Ranked 77, Richard Brand is the only male player to finish in the top 100 on the field in three sanctioned events: the DP World Tour,LPGA TourandLadies European Tour. In, men's and women's tournaments are held simultaneously in County Antrim.

Players complete 18 holes at Galgom Castle and 18 holes at Masseline Golf Club before competing in each tournament. An intermediate cut (top 60 and tie) will be made and after 54 holes a further cut to the top 35 players and ties.

£2.5m purse will be held for the first time on the Challenge Tour in 2019. Divided evenly in an event that was successful and promoted to European Tour status, in which local favorite Stephanie Meadow won the women's tournament and Jack Sr. won the men's title.

AIG Women's Open, Ireland's Leona Maguire hunts for the title behind tied for fourth place.} Muirfield} .

AIG Women at Muirfield Ireland's Leona Maguire (Jane Barlow/PA)

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on the fourth tee on Day 4 of the Open. I don't think I could have turned it off," Maguire said. “Like most links courses, you have to choose your goals and do them.

”So I want to be as prepared as possible, but I'm also saving energy at the same time.This week.

"I'm happy to be at home this week and in front of the fans at home. I'm glad they're all over the place because there are a lot of friends and family who can't see me play that come to see me."