Tyrell Hutton wins BMW PGA after Shane lorry failed to shoot

Tyrell Hutton wins BMW PGA after Shane lorry failed to shoot

Tyrell Hutton presented himself with a birthday present, fulfilling his childhood dream of winning the BMW PGA Championship.

Hutton, who scored 67 in Wenworth, won his fifth European Tour title with 19, four more shots than France’s Victor Perez.

For Shane Lowry, it was the final round of 73 runs, which was pokemarked with mistakes, and it will be disappointing what will happen after leading the 2019 British Open champion through two rounds.

Lori took the lead through eight holes on Saturday but on the ninth the double bogie appeared to be out of tune with him, but he never got it back.

On Sunday, the second and third early bogies rewarded real hopes of success. He picked Birdy on the fourth, 12th and 18th, but the seventh and fifteenth bogies followed him with weekend scores of 74 and 73, respectively. 67 and 65 in the first two days.

On the final day, Ian Polter and Shane Lowry walk down the fourth Fairway. Photo: Rose Kinnear / Getty Images

As Hutton updates his ranking on Monday, two days before his 29th birthday, he is set to make it into the top ten in the world.

“It’s unbelievable,” he told Sky Sports. “It was one of my goals to win this tournament in my career. I’m sad to not be able to experience the spectators, but winning this trophy is amazing.”

Hutton, who won the Arnold Palmer Invitational in March, saw his three shots wipe out in four holes overnight, with Perez turning the second into a bird and the eagle rising from 22 feet on the fourth.

A bird on the fifth edge came back in front of Hutton, but on the seventh, Perez reacted quickly with a bird, but from the ninth, Hutton curled up with a hat-trick to clear two shots.

The leading pair traded close to 11 similar berths, with the pair finishing 13th after a shot from Perez on the 12th-12th, but Hutton took the decisive blow with his fifth berdy.

A wild drive from Perez led to a bogie on the 17th, leaving Hutton clear to enjoy the last two holes, his fifth European Tour title and first prize of $ 868,000.

Former Masters champion Patrick Reid finished 18th on the second day. England’s Andy Sullivan were tied for third in the 14th. 65 day best score.

European Rider Cup captain Pedreig Harrington scored 71 in the final round and finished 40th in two under-two races. Graeme McDowell produced the best round of the week – 67 – under 24 at the age of six.

Fourth round scores and totals at the BMW PGA Championships in Wentworth GC, England (para 72 if not stated in British):

269 ​​Tyrell Hutton 66 67 69 67

273 Victor Perez (Fr) 69 66 70 68

274 Andy Sullivan 71 69 69 65, Patrick Reed (USA) 70 68 68 68

275 Ian Poulter 69 70 68 68

276 Eddie Pepper 67 70 70 69

277 Joachim b. Hansen (Den) 68 67 70 72, Matthew Fitzpatrick 67 65 76 69, Renato Parator (Ita) 73 69 68 67

278 Marcus Kinhult (Swee) 72 67 71 68, Scott Hend (Oz) 68 69 73 68, Martin Keimer (Jer) 73 68 69 68

279 Tommy Fleetwood 71 68 67 73, Shane Lori (Irl) 67 65 74 73, David Horsey 70 69 67 73, Jordan Smith 72 67 71 69, Sami Valimaki (Finn) 72 67 74 66

280 Andrew Johnston 68 71 71 70, Lee Westwood 70 71 71 68

281 Richie Ramsey 71 71 71 68, Rose Fisher 72 72 69 68, Ryan Fox (Nzl) 68 70 73 70, Masahiro Kawamura (Jpn) 70 69 69 73

282 Steven Brown 75 67 68 72, Matt Wallace 69 71 72 70, Graeme McDowell (NRL) 73 70 72 67

283 Thorjourn Oleson (Den) 71 71 71 70, Matthew Pavone (FR) 71 73 71 68, Garrick Higgo (Rs) 69 71 71 72, Eric van Rouen (Rs) 76 68 71 68, Pablo LaRossable (Spa) 73 69 66 75

284 Adri Arnas (Spa) 66 70 74 74, Victor Dubuson (Fr) 72 71 71 70, Joaquim Laggren (Swee) 69 72 73 70, Grant Forest 69 67 76 72, Danny Willett 71 71 74 68

285 Justin Rose 68 75 72 70, Michael Bullen 71 72 71 71, Matthias Schwab (Auto) 68 71 78 68

286 Kiradek Affibrene (T) 71 70 72 73, Christian Besuidenha Out (Rs.) 72 72 70 72, Bird Weissberger (Auto) 70 72 72 72, Patrick Harrington (Irl) 72 71 72 71

287 Jiungun Wang (Core) 72 70 69 76, Julian Guerre (FR) 72 67 75 73, Sean Crocker (USA) 72 70 72 73, Matthew Southgate 70 73 76 68

288 Subhankar Sharma (Indent) 73 70 72 73, Robert Rock 69 70 72 77, Kalle Samuja (Finn) 71 73 73 71, Gavin Green (Mall) 67 71 74 76, Thomas Dietry (Bell) 72 71 76 69, Alexander Levy. (FR) 72 68 77 71

289 Tapio Pulkanen (Finn) 71 73 74 71, Wade Ormsby (OS) 68 71 74 76, Nacho Elvira (Spa) 74 69 76 70

290 Christopher Broberg (Swee) 71 71 69 79

291 Robert McIntyre 73 68 77 73, Romain Langask (FRA) 71 72 77 71

292 Thomas Icon (Rsa) 75 68 73 76, Stephen Galcher 72 71 74 75

293 Joel Stolter (Fr) 76 68 77 72, Fabricio Sanotti (Pry) 71 73 75 74, Thomas Peters (Bell) 72 71 73 77

294 Soren Keldsen (Den) 73 71 76 74, David Howell 72 68 80 74

296 Oliver Fisher 72 72 72 80

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