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Phillip Price comes into this week full of confidence after winning the 2022 Farmfoods’ British Par 3 title, beating Tom Reid in a play-off.
The Welshman has been in fine form this year on the Legends Tour but is yet to secure a victory in 2022, recording seven top 20 finishes including a tied third place finish at the Jersey Legends, a tied second place finish at the Swiss Seniors Open and a tied 10th place finish at The JCB Championship last month. In the last outing of the Irish Legends presented by McGinley Foundation Price was beaten by Bjørn in a play-off and will be looking to come out on top this year.
Paul McGinley is set to host the Irish Legends for the second time following from last years tournament in which former Ryder Cup captain Thomas Bjørn secured his maiden Legends Tour victory.
The Irishman will be looking capitalise on his second-place finish in last month’s tournament at The JCB Championship finishing behind the winner Alex Čejka which will give him confidence this week in a place which is close to his heart, in Co. Donegal.
Christian Cévaër has been knocking on the door at many of the events on the Legends Tour so far this season only finishing outside the top 20 on one occasion from the seven events that he has competed in. This includes a tied eighth finish at the WINSTONgolf Senior Open and a tied eighth finish at The JCB Championship.
The Frenchman has started well in the first round of most tournaments that he has competed in, recording rounds of 64 at the Jersey Legends, 65 at the Farmfoods European Legends Links Championship hosted by Ian Woosnam and 68 at The JCB Championship. Having the consistency to keep that going over the three rounds could result in the Frenchman picking up a victory in 2022.
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