Scrivener is now in 46th place on the Race to Dubai rankings, much of that coming in good early season finishes in Hong Kong, Australia and the Middle East. After a run of outs in recent months he has begun to play better again and although yet to win on the European Tour he appears to be getting closer.
The winner, Pavan added a second European Tour title to the one he secured in 2018 at the Czech Masters, today adding a final round of 66 before defeating England’s Matthew Fitzpatrick at the second extra hole of a playoff.
Adam Bland finished as the next best Australian after Scrivener in 46th place and Lucas Herbert 49th.
Seven players tied for 3rd place at 13 under par and two from the playoff including the pre- tournament favourite, Matthew Wallace, who bogeyed the final hole when pushing for the birdie to tie.
The European Tour now moves south to Spain for the Andalucia Masters hosted by the Sergio Garcia Foundation.
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