EDDIE Pepperell finished one-under par at the British Masters.

The Frilford Heath member, who won the tournament in 2018 and finished tied for second the following year, ended the first two days in Warwickshire on par, holing a couple of birdies and bogeys during both rounds.

Pepperell was then two-under par on day three, after four birdies outweighed two bogeys.

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In the final round, the 32-year-old was one-over par after holing three bogeys and a couple of birdies.

The tournament was won by New Zealand’s Daniel Hillier, who finished 10-under par to claim his first DP World Tour title.

Pepperell meanwhile is next in action from Thursday at Made in Denmark, an event he finished as high as tied for fourth in 2014.

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