American Billy Horschel In the tight game on Sunday, he birdied the 18th hole and won the BMW PGA Championship, which had a huge impact on the European Ryder Cup team.
On the 18th hole of Wentworth, Horschel tied for first place with an 18 under par on the third of par 5, but he hit a sensational wedge and caught one. Birdie, shot a fiery round of 7 under par.
British Laurie Kanter Need to birdie on the 18th hole to enter the playoffs, but failed to do so, and finally tied with the Welshman for second place Jamie Donaldson And Thai Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Who played a wonderful ending 64.
Horschel’s bag is printed with the colors and logo of the Premier League club West Ham United. He is the second American to win the championship after West Ham United. Arnold Palmer.
Afterwards he said he would have dinner with West Ham England international Declan Rice to celebrate.
“I’m really speechless, it’s very rare,” said Horschel, who missed the American Ryder Cup team. “Winning this event means a lot. It’s like a player tournament. I know if I can catch a birdie in the last three holes, I can win, and one is enough.”
In addition to winning the European Tour’s flagship event, this month’s Ryder Cup European team’s remaining four automatic seats contention provided an interesting sub-plot throughout the week.
Austria Bernd WeisbergNeed to enter the top 50 in order to book his Ryder Cup debut, and finally ended at the level of 72, which is enough to get 20th and get a seat on the plane.
“It’s untrue, you know, it was really tough today,” Wiesberg told Sky Sports. “You try to stay away from all the noise, but it is difficult. I have to hone. But in the final analysis, I am really proud and very happy to be in the team.”
Justin Rose Not winning the championship, this will allow him to enter the Ryder Cup team with excellent results, although his majestic performance in the final round of 65, finished fourth with a score of 16 under par, which may give Europe The captain is impressed Padreig Harrington.
Rose is a staunch supporter of multiple Ryder Cup victories, and his second shot on the 18th hole nearly produced an albatross when he was just one foot away from the hole.
Irish Sean Lowry After failing to get the top eight required to get an automatic seat, he sweated profusely after winning the captain pick for the Ryder Cup.
Lee WestwoodThe bleak round of 77 opened the door for Lowry, allowing Lowry to surpass him in the game and grab one of the remaining positions, but Lowry faltered on the back nine holes.
After tying for fifth place, Lowry swallowed a 14th bogey, then a double bogey, and finally finished 17th with a 12 under par score.