Guido Migliozzi clinched his fourth DP World Tour victory at the KLM Open, sealing the win with his sixth birdie of the week on the 18th hole, emerging victorious from a three-way playoff in the Netherlands. Starting the final day one stroke behind the leader at The International, Migliozzi briefly held a three-stroke lead and was one ahead on the back nine before two bogeys dropped him two shots behind. He rallied with birdies on the 16th and 18th, finishing with a 70 and an 11-under total, tied with Joe Dean and Marcus Kinhult. The trio birdied the first playoff hole, and while Dean and Kinhult parred the second, Migliozzi secured the win with a two-foot birdie putt. This win also secures Migliozzi a spot in The Open Championship next month, alongside Dean who edged out Kinhult for the second spot based on his higher Official World Golf Ranking. Coach Peter Cowen praised Migliozzi's performance, noting his impressive progress and predicting a bright future for the Italian golfer. Migliozzi is also set to represent Italy in the Men’s Golf Competition at the Olympics in France this August, alongside Matteo Manassero. Dean and Kinhult both closed with 68s, while Rasmus Højgaard and Andrea Pavan missed the playoff by one shot. Migliozzi's career on the DP World Tour has been marked by dramatic victories, including his win at the Open de France in 2022. His latest triumph moves him to eighth on the Race to Dubai Rankings and third on the European Swing. Højgaard and Pavan also had strong performances, with Pavan's bogey-free 65 featuring six birdies. Tom McKibbin, Thomas Aiken, Matteo Manassero, and Bernd Wiesberger finished just outside the playoff, while other notable moves in the rankings included Joe Dean rising to 30th and Kinault to 81st.