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Guido Migliozzi Player Profile And What's In The Bag

By: | Mon 26 Sep 2022

Article Updated in June 2024

Guido Migliozzi will want to wrap up the 18th hole at The International GC after a sixth birdie of the week at the hole secured him the KLM Open after a three-man playoff. It is the Italian’s fourth DP World Tour title.

He began the final day one shot off the lead but found himself three clear in a tie for top spot at one point and led alone by one early on the back nine before two bogeys left him two behind.

He then birdied the 16th and 18th to sign for a 70 and finish at 11 under alongside Joe Dean and Marcus Kinhult.

The three all made two-putt birdies on the first trip back up the par-five last and while Dean and Kinhult both made par at the second attempt despite the Englishman hitting a poor tee-shot and the Swede finding the water, Migliozzi found the green in two and left himself two feet for a sixth four on the closing hole and a dramatic win.

Migliozzi's victory sees him earn a place at The Open Championship next month alongside Dean, who edged out Kinhult for the second spot by virtue of the Official World Golf Ranking.

Dean came home in 30 to post a closing 68, the same score as Kinhult, with Dane Rasmus Hojgaard and Italy's Andrea Pavan finishing a shot out of the play-off.

Migliozzi burst onto the DP World Tour scene in some style five years ago, winning twice in his debut season after coming through the Qualifying School.

He also won the Open de France in 2022, producing possibly the shot of the season to take the title on the last and once again he has won a prestigious national open after late drama.

"I never thought I was done," said Migliozzi, who moves up to eighth on the Race to Dubai and third on the European Swing. "I've always been in position and tried to make birdies and come back and here it is now. It's an incredible feeling, it's been an incredible battle, well done to everybody. It's super, super nice to be here now."

Guido Migliozzi

Player Profile

Migliozzi was born in Vicenza on January 25, 1997.

He turned professional in 2016. In 2017 and 2018 he played mostly on the Challenge Tour and Alps Tour. He had little success on the Challenge Tour but won three times on the Alps Tour, once in 2017 and twice in 2018, as well as losing the 2018 Alps de Las Castillas in a three-man playoff.

In November 2018, he finished tied for 13th place at the DP World Tour qualifying school to secure his card. In March 2019 he won the Kenya Open and in June 2019 he won the Belgian Knockout, beating Darius van Driel, a result that lifted him into the top 100 of the world rankings.

In March 2021, Migliozzi was joint runner-up in the Qatar Masters, one stroke behind Antoine Rozner, who won the tournament with a 60-foot putt at the final green. In May that year, he lost in a playoff at the British Masters at The Belfry. He was defeated by Richard Bland at the first extra hole. Two weeks later, he finished second at the Made in Himmerland, five strokes behind Bernd Wiesberger.

Qualifying for his first major, the 2021 US Open, he finished tied fourth.

In September 2022, Migliozzi won the Open de France. He shot a final-round 62 to win by one shot over Rasmus Hojgaard after making a birdie on the final hole at Le Golf National It was the first birdie of the day on the hole; ranked as the most difficult hole on the European Tour season.

He was the first player to be signed by pop star Niall Horan's management company Modest! Golf.

Last 10 Results

KLM Open - 1st

European Open - T8th

Soudal Open - T24th

Volvo China Open - 2nd

ISPS Handa Championship - CUT

Hero Indian Open - CUT

Porsche Singapore Classic - T16th

Magical Kenya Open - CUT

Commerical Bank Qatar Masters - T49th

Bahrain Championship - CUT

Key Stats

Driving Distance - 295.69 Yards

Driving Accuracy - 55.47%

Greens in Regulation - 68.93%

Sand Saves - 59.52%

Putts Per Round - 28.78

Scoring Average - 70.41

What's In Guido Miglozzi's Golf Bag?

TaylorMade Qi10 10.5° Driver

TaylorMade BRNR Mini Driver 13.5°

TaylorMade Stealth 2 18.0° 5-Wood

TaylorMade P·DHY 4 Iron & TaylorMade P7MC 5-PW

TaylorMade MG4 50.09° SB, MG4 54.11° SB, MG4 60.08° SB Wedges

TaylorMade Spider Tour Z

TaylorMade TP5x Golf Ball

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