Daniel Gavins gets his first Tour win in style | 2021 ISPS HANDA World Invitational

Daniel Gavins came from seven shots back on a dramatic final day at the ISPS HANDA World Invitational presented by Modest! Golf Management, to post a 65 and win his first European Tour title.

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The European Tour’s Race to Dubai makes its way to Northern Ireland this week for the ISPS HANDA World Invitational presented by Modest! Golf Management. It’s a new event that features a cut at both 36 and 54 holes and will be played over two courses at Galgorm Castle and Massereene, but who will be crowned champion? Justin Harding won the Magical Kenya Open with a score of -21 in March and there’s every reason why this could be a low-scoring event as well. The South African has seven top-20s in 13 events since that win, including losing the play-off last week at the Cazoo Open. 30-year-old Santiago Tarrio has been in scintillating form on the Challenge Tour this season. He’s won twice and finished inside the top five four times in his last seven starts. Meanwhile, Calum Hill won one of his three Challenge Tour events at Galgorm GC in 2018 and was right in the mix last week before a very out of character 79. The Scottish star will be eager to bounce back and find some consistency this week.

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