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Larrazabal shoots 62 to claim ISPS Handa on home soil

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Pablo Larrazabal shoots final round 62 to win ISPS Handa Championship. Spaniard claims seventh DP World Tour title and first on home soil. Adrian Otaegui and Aaron Cockerill share third place on 13 under par.Niall Kearney finishes in a tie for 67th place on two over after a 72.
4 months ago·Spain

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Pablo Larrazabal rides birdie streak to home win in Spain at ISPS Handa Championship

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4 months ago·United States
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Larrazabal shoots 62 to claim ISPS Handa on home soil

Pablo Larrazabal produced a brilliant final round of 62 to claim the seventh DP World Tour title of his career, and a first on home soil, in the ISPS Handa Championship.

4 months ago·Ireland
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Dubai-based Otaegui finishes second in ISPS Handa Championship in Spain

Shot rounds of 66, 66, 68 and 66 to finish 14 under par

4 months ago·Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Pablo Larrazabal closes in 62 to claim ISPS Handa Championship in Spain

Spaniard Pablo Larrazábal won the ISPS Handa Championship for his seventh DP World Tour title — and first on home soil.

4 months ago·Orlando, United States
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Golf: Pablo Larrazabal rides birdie streak to home win in Spain at ISPS Handa Championship

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