The 2015 BMW PGA Championship has been a tournament of superlatives. A record crowd of 113,640 flocked through the gates of the iconic Wentworth Club to watch the stars of the European Tour put on a dazzling display of golf, including a record five hole-in-ones, an albatross, a record score and a winner who we are destined to see a lot more of over the coming years: South Korea’s Byeong-Hun An. Check out the best scenes from a dramatic final day in our gallery.
South Korea’s Byeong-Hun An produced one of the finest performances in the history of the European Tour’s flagship event as he cruised to victory today at the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth, just outside London.
With the cut safely negotiated, it was show time for the 76 players remaining at the BMW PGA Championship. And what a show they put on. An albatross, a hole-in-one, eagles aplenty, and a thrilling battle at the top of the leaderboard. Not to mention the entertainment in the Public Village. Check out what makes the BMW PGA Championship one of the world’s top tournaments.
The 24,666 fans who made the trip to the Wentworth Club for round three of the European Tour’s flagship event were rewarded with a glorious day of dramatic golf, at the end of which Francesco Molinari (-14) rolled in a two-footer for par on the final hole to hang on to a tie for the lead.
DRIVEN BY PASSION.