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BMW PGA CHAMPIONSHIP.

"The Players’ Flagship".

BMW PGA CHAMPIONSHIP.

"The Players’ Flagship".

BMW PGA CHAMPIONSHIP."The Players’ Flagship".

The BMW PGA Championship, which will be the first tournament in the European Tour’s new Rolex Series, is renowned as one of the leading social and sporting events on the calendar. In 2017, the iconic Wentworth Club in Surrey will once again host a world class field. The BMW PGA Championship boasts a prize fund of $7million. BMW has been both partner and title sponsor of the event since 2005.

 

World Number Two Rory McIlroy will headline the field at a revamped Wentworth Club from May 25-28. Open Champion Henrik Stenson, Olympic Champion Justin Rose, Major winners Martin Kaymer and Danny Willett as well as Lee Westwood will also be teeing-off on the West Course.

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THE 2016 WINNER.

Englishman Chris Wood won the most significant title of his previous career to date with his victory at the BMW PGA Championship. The 28-year-old started three shots behind Scott Hend, the leader after three rounds. After a sensational front nine with just 29 shots, he brought his lead to the clubhouse with a finish that showed strong nerves and was rewarded with one of the most coveted trophies in golf.

I've always wanted to win a BMW event. They put on such a good event for us. This is obviously the pinnacle for us.
Chris Wood
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STARS & EVENTS.

STARS & EVENTS.

The BMW PGA Championship is a highlight on the sporting calendar, to which British golf fans flock in their thousands. The special atmosphere at the Wentworth Club and an enthralling side programme make the "Players’ Flagship" a social event that attracts many big-name celebrities.

 

The 2016 BMW PGA Championship was a hit. Not only on the golf course, but also on the Showstage in the Championship Village. On Saturday evening "Mike and the Mechanics" delighted spectators, "Keane" lead singer Tom Chaplin provided a worthy end to the tournament on Sunday. The feedback from the audience was so great on both evenings that there will be live concerts at the BMW PGA Championship again.

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THE CHAMPIONSHIP VILLAGE.

World class on the course – that has been the key to the success of the BMW PGA Championship for over 60 years. However, there is much more to the event than just top-rate golf. Located below the magnificent clubhouse is the Championship Village. Anyone wishing to take a break from the excitement, or simply wanting to recharge their batteries, will find everything their heart desires in the Championship Village.

The BMW PGA Championship “Theatre of Food” offers culinary delights for every taste, while visitors can stay up-to-date with the latest action courtesy of the large scoreboard and video wall. Numerous activities to join in with and exclusive shops make a trip to the tournament a refreshing getaway.

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2016 REVIEW.

2016 REVIEW.

Last year he won a BMW i8 with a hole-in-one on the final day; in 2016 the Englishman clinched the title: Chris Wood won the BMW PGA Championship at the end of a high quality tournament week. And a remarkable series continued: Both BMW Hole-in-One Awards were presented. Scott Jamieson won a BMW M2 Coupé with his ace, James Morrison also found the hole with one shot, thereby bagging himself a BMW i8 Protonic Red Edition.

 

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2016 LEADERBOARD.

Danny Willett started the BMW PGA Championship as the Masters champion and led the field in Wentworth after two rounds. However, the Englishman struggled to score well at the weekend. At the final score, Willett (-7) was two shots behind the victorious Chris Wood (-9). Second place went to Sweden's Rikard Karlberg (-8).

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