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Korean 'Ben' An rewrites BMW PGA Championship record books with his 21-under par victory tally. (Photo - David Lloyd/www.golffile.ie)

‘Ben’ An Rewrites BMW PGA Championship Record Books.

Byeong-Hun An has re-written BMW PGA Championship record books storming his way to an amazing six shot victory on the West Course at Wentworth. The Korean carded a final round of 65 to finish with a new 72-hole low of 21 under par by two shots and relegate Miguel Angel Jiménez and Thongchai Jaidee into second place at 15-under par. England’s Chris Wood was two shots further back in fourth after a closing 66 which included winning a BMW i8 for a hole-in-one on the 14th, a tournament-record ...
Marc Warren is heading to the U.S. Open all thanks to this picnic blanket.  (Photo - Phillip Reid)

Marc Warren’s A Happy U.S. Open Bound Camper All Thanks To A Wentworth Picnic Blanket.

Marc Warren is heading to next month’s US Open all thanks to a closing hole birdie from a picnic blanket at the last on the final day of the BMW PGA Championship. Warren birdied the closing three holes in a round of 69 for three under par tally. It will ensure Warren, who entered the European Tour flagship ranked 57th in the world, will be exempt into the June 18th commencing US Open at Chambers Bay. But unbeknown to Warren his second shot down the left side final hole of the famed ‘Burma Road’ ...
Shane Lowry again tames the 'Burma Road' sharing 6th place to qualify automatically for next month's U.S. Open.

Shane Lowry Again Tames Wentworth To Qualify Automatically For U.S. Open.

Shane Lowry secured his place in next month’s U.S. Open with yet another superb display at the BMW PGA Championship. Lowry arrived at Tour HQ lying 55th on the World Rankings and really needing to finish inside the top-50. The Carton House pro has done that on the back of 74, 67, 67 and 69 for a share of sixth place on 11-under par and a year after finishing runner-up to good friend and fellow Irishman Rory McIlroy, Little known 23-year old Korean-born Byeon-num AN caused the biggest upset in the ...
Colin Montgomerie on route to successfully defending his Senior PGA Championship title in Indiana.  (Photo - www.pgatour.com)

Monty Makes It Three Senior Major Titles Holding Onto His PGA C’ship Title.

Scotland’s Colin Montgomerie now has three Senior Major titles to his credit after shooting a three under par 69 to successfully defend his Senior PGA Championship title in Indiana. Monty posted a four-round 8-under tally on the Pete Dye Course at French Lick Resort and four shots fewer than his rivals that ensures he’s won three of the past six Senior major championships. The 51-year-old Monty Scot won last year at Harbor Shores in Michigan, and also won the U.S. Senior Open in July ...
Tommy Fleetwood and his manager Clare in the background behind the 24-year old England golf star.

Tommy Fleetwood Getting More Recognition For His Hair Than His Golf.

Hotshot England golfer Tommy Fleetwood is looking to secure more recognition for more than his unruly locks with victory in the BMW PGA Championship. Fleetwood, 24 brought the famed ‘Burma Road’ course to its knees with a sizzling 65 that included a career first albatross along with an eagle and three birdies. It left the Southport-born pro, who captured the 2013 Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles, trailing just three shots behind the leading duo Italy’s Francesco Molinari (68) and the ...
Shane Lowry gett his X-Box for winning the BMW PGA Championship Pro-Am.

Shane Lowry Gets The Cuff Links & Now The X-Box In Winning BMW PGA Pro-Am.

First it was missing out on a pair of ‘Players 2015′ commemorative cuff links and this week it was missing on the Pro-Am leading prize of a £350 X-Box. Tournament Director, Jamie Birkmyer was waiting for the Dubliner after his second successive round of 67 that put the current World No. 55 ranked player into seventh place at eight under par on day three of the BMW PGA Championship. Lowry was runner-up last year to World No. 1 Rory McIlroy and now with a round to play surely will be entertaining ...

Miguel Angel Jimenez, Europe’s Oldest-Ever Winner, Now Sets Tour ‘Hole-In-One’ New Records … See The Video.

Spain’s Miguel Angel Jimenez has created another first in European Tour history. Not only is Jimenez the Tour’s oldest-ever winner but he has not broken the record for the most holes-in-one after he aced the par three second hole on day two of the BMW PGA Championship. And the pony-tailed Spaniard equaled the record for the most aces in a single season securing his third hole-in-one this year after last week having a hole-in-one that earned him 288 bottles of beer during the course of ...