EDDIE Pepperell finished with a flourish to tie for 29th at the Cazoo Classic.

The Abingdon golfer only just made the cut after an inconsistent second round saw him reach the halfway stage at one-under par.

But an eventful third round of two-under was followed by a mightily impressive five-under on the final day at London GC in Ash, Kent.

It saw the Frilford Heath member card eight-under for the tournament to claim a second top-30 placing this month, after finishing joint-22nd at the ISPS HANDA World Invitational a fortnight ago.

Starting from the tenth at one-under par, Pepperell’s second round began with a bogey at the par-four hole.

A birdie at the 12th was followed by more dropped shots at the 16th and the second, but the 30-year-old finished strongly to book his place on the tee on Saturday.

He picked up shots at the fourth, fifth and eighth, although a bogey at the ninth made him sweat.

Having made the cut for just the second time since May, Pepperell produced a startling front nine on Saturday.

Five birdies - including one at the par-three seventh - was punctuated by a double-bogey at the fourth, but he reached the turn in good shape.

Pepperell’s position improved further when he picked up another shot at the tenth, so it was a shame to see three bogeys in his final six holes – although he did birdie the 18th.

Saving the best for last, the World No 284 climbed 20 places on day four.

Pepperell strung together his first error-free round, claiming birdies at the second, seventh and eighth.

This time, the two-time European Tour winner did not fall away on the back nine as he picked up shots at the tenth and 13th to end a productive weekend.