David Howell, important event at Cazoo Open

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David Howell, important event at Cazoo Open
David Howell, important event at Cazoo Open (Provided by Tennis World USA)

The DP World Tour from Scotland moves to Wales for the Cazoo Open, a tournament supported (for the second consecutive year) by Gareth Bale, now a Los Angeles Fc star and a great golf fan. From 4 to 7 August, in Newport and on the course of The Celtic Manor Resort - which hosted the Ryder Cup in 2010 - there will be six blues in the race.

Cazoo Open, schedule

With Edoardo Molinari, Francesco Laporta, Renato Paratore and Lorenzo Gagli, here are also Lorenzo Scalise and the young amateur Filippo Celli. Just the Roman, after having won the 'Silver Medal' in Scotland as the best amateur of the 150th edition of The Open, the fourth major male of 2022, will have a new opportunity to show off his talent.

In an event - which is giving away € 1,750,000 in prize money - which will see the Spaniard Nacho Elvira defend the title won in 2021 when he managed to overtake South African Justin Harding (absent this year) in the playoff.

Important tournament for David Howell. The 47-year-old Brit, who was part of the Europe team at the 2004 and 2006 Ryder Cups, and who boasts five titles on the circuit (the last in 2013), will cross the finish line of 700 appearances on the DP World Tour.

to become the third golfer to succeed in this feat after Sam Torrance and Miguel Angel Jimenez. David Howell, born June 23, 1975 in Swindon is an English golfer Professional since 1995, his tenth place in European merit gives him a place in the European Ryder Cup team in the 2004 edition, won by the largest margin in history by Europe in the United States.

After a good start during the 2005 season, he finally finished 7th in the order of merit at the end of the season. The 2006 season also began under good auspices: before the French Open at the start of the summer, he occupied first place in the order of merit, to his two victories, he added regularity in the form of eight successful cuts in nine tournaments played.

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