ASH, England — Calum Hill of Scotland closed with a 5-under 67 for a 1-stroke victory on the Cazoo Traditional on Sunday to clinch his first European Tour title.
Hill completed at 16-under 272, 1 shot forward of Alexander Levy of France.
The 26-year-old Hill completed in a tie for fourth eventually week’s Hero Open, which was gained by his countryman Grant Forrest after the pair entered the final spherical in a tie for the lead.
Hill was within the closing group once more at London Golf Membership however this time needed to overturn a 3-shot deficit from Denmark’s Rasmus Hojgaard.
Levy had a bogey-free, 8-under 64 within the closing spherical and completed 1 shot forward of Hojgaard (72), Englishmen Richard Bland (68) and Callum Shinkwin (66), and Welsh 2014 Ryder Cup star Jamie Donaldson (67).
Hill had three Problem Tour wins, however this victory may transfer him into the highest 100 for the primary time.
“That is the beginning and hopefully I can maintain pushing on from right here,” he mentioned. “I managed to handle my feelings fairly properly and keep in every shot and never get forward of myself. I positively felt the strain however managed to maintain management of it.”
Hill three-putted the fourth however that was his solely bogey of the spherical.
Levy made three birdies on the entrance 9 after which 5 in a row from the eleventh.