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BMW PGA CHAMPIONSHIP.

08 - 11 October 2020. Wentworth Club. London.

BMW PGA Championship.08 - 11 October 2020. Wentworth Club. London.

BMW PGA CHAMPIONSHIP 2020.

The Flagship of the European Tour.

BMW was the title partner of the European Tour’s flagship event for the 16th time in 2020. This year’s edition was held in October and without spectators due to the pandemic. Nonetheless, the year’s most prestigious golf tournament in Europe after the Open was cancelled provided world-class golfing action with Major winners Patrick Reed, Justin Rose, Martin Kaymer and Shane Lowry, as well as Ryder Cup stars Tommy Fleetwood, Lee Westwood, Ian Poulter, Matt Fitzpatrick and Tyrrell Hatton. The numerous highlights of the tournament week included David Howell’s hole-in-one, which saw BMW donate £ 71,675 pounds to the Alzheimer’s Society.

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BMW PGA Championship 2020 Sieger

TYRRELL HATTON.

2020 winner.

Tyrrell Hatton fulfilled a childhood dream by winning the BMW PGA Championship. In tough conditions in the third round, the Englishman pulled away from his rivals and took a lead of three strokes into Sunday. The buffer was gone half-way through the final round, Victor Perez had drawn level. But Hatton kept his cool, recorded five birdies on the final nine holes and won by four strokes.

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I have been coming to this event since I was five years old. To win the trophy is a dream come true.
Tyrrell Hatton

HIGHLIGHTS.

It was a hard-fought battle for the BMW PGA Championship title at the Wentworth Club; Tyrrell Hatton only pulled away from a world-class field on the final holes of the final round to win the prestigious title. Click the "Play" button on the image to the right to watch a video of the highlights of a fantastic week.
BMW PGA Championship 2020 Highlights
BMW PGA Championship 2020 Highlights
BMW PGA Championship 2020 Highlights
BMW PGA Championship 2020 Highlights
BMW PGA Championship 2020 Highlights
BMW PGA Championship 2020 Highlights
BMW PGA Championship 2020 Highlights
BMW PGA Championship 2020 Highlights
BMW PGA Championship 2020 Highlights
BMW PGA Championship 2020 Highlights
BMW PGA Championship Hole in One

BMW CHARITY HOLE-IN-ONE PRIZE.

David Howell hit the shot of the tournament in the second round. The 45-year-old Englishman, who won the European Tour’s flagship event in 2006, hit a hole-in-one on the 14th hole. Instead of the player receiving the Hole-in-One Car, a BMW 530e xDrive Touring, this year BMW is donating £ 71,675 to the Alzheimer’s Society.

“Congratulations to David Howell on a fantastic shot, which has secured the donation to the Alzheimer’s Society,” said Graeme Grieve, Chief Executive Officer BMW Group UK. “We have been supporting the Alzheimer’s Society since last year and are delighted to be able to contribute towards the fantastic work they do. Their support of some of the most vulnerable people in society is more important now than ever, which is why we decided to use this year’s BMW Hole-in-One prize for this great cause.”

UNDER THE LIGHTS.

Justin Rose and Tommy Fleetwood have played golf in all manner of conditions in their careers. But the Monday of the BMW PGA Championship made for a unique experience for the two Englishmen. With the only lighting coming from the headlights of 18 BMW cars, the two Ryder Cup stars teamed up with their caddies and went head-to-head on the 14th hole at the Wentworth Club. Watch a video of this unique, spectacular contest by clicking the top right image.
BMW PGA Championship Under the Lights
BMW PGA Championship Under the Lights
BMW PGA Championship Under the Lights
BMW PGA Championship Under the Lights
BMW PGA Championship Under the Lights
BMW PGA Championship Under the Lights
BMW PGA Championship Under the Lights
BMW PGA Championship Under the Lights
BMW PGA Championship Under the Lights
BMW PGA Championship Under the Lights
BMW PGA Championship Endergebnis

FINAL RESULT 2020.

Behind Tyrrell Hatton (-19) and Victor Perez (FRA, -15), American and 2018 Masters champion Patrick Reed and Andy Sullivan (ENG, both -14) were tied in third place. Sullivan’s comeback with the best round of the day on Sunday (7 under par) wasn’t enough for victory at the BMW PGA Championship. Ryder Cup legend Ian Poulter (ENG, -13) finished fifth. Two-time major winner Martin Kaymer (GER, -10) finished tied in tenth.