BMW PGA Championship: The Masters champion is entrance home. Danny Willett and many tip stars demeanour brazen to ‘The Players’ Flagship’ and Wentworth’s pretentious crowds.

Posted on 19. May, 2016 by in BMW Canada

Munich/Wentworth. Danny Willett, a newly-crowned
Masters champion, will lead a star-studded margin during a BMW PGA
Championship during Wentworth, on a hinterland of London, from May 24-29.
The 28-year-old Englishman, whose initial win as a veteran came at
a 2012 BMW International Open in Cologne, will be personification for one of
a European Tour’s many desired trophies in his initial coming on
home dirt given his thespian feat during Augusta National in April.

Willett is underneath no illusions, however, as to a distance of a task
available him. Among those severe him for a pretension will be fellow
vital champions Martin Kaymer, and Graeme McDowell, as good as former
universe No.1s Luke Donald and Lee Westwood.

Also dynamic to stamp his management on a contest will by
Byeong Hun An, a fortifying champion from South Korea, who left the
rest of a margin in his arise in 2015 with a flawless final turn of
65 over a iconic West Course that gave him feat by an emphatic
6 strokes over Spain’s Miguel Ángel Jiménez, a champion in 2008,
and Thongchai Jaidee, of Thailand.

Willett, a universe No.9, has high hopes for a successful homecoming.
“I’m looking brazen to personification in a BMW PGA Championship and taking
a Green Jacket (awarded to winners of a Masters) to Wentworth,” he
said. “I can’t wait to play in front of a home supporters and
hopefully give them something to hearten about. It’s a special week and
a atmosphere is brilliant, with each hole lined with fans.”

Germany’s Kaymer, who won a US PGA Championship in 2010 and was the
exile leader of a US Open in 2014, will be creation his tenth
coming in a championship. “After Germany, a UK is substantially my
favourite place to play golf,” he said. “I have a decent record at
Wentworth, though I’ve not nonetheless been truly in quarrel to win there. It
would be good to change that this year.”

An, 24, whose relatives both won Olympic medals in list tennis, has a
clever sporting pedigree. At 17, he became a youngest leader in the
story of a US Amateur Championship and, in 2015, finished European
Tour Rookie of a Year after securing one feat and 4 tip five
finishes. “I am unequivocally looking brazen to going behind to Wentworth,” he
said. “It will be special to be fortifying a title. we have some great
memories of final year and it’s something I’ll never forget.

“My favourite memory was holing a winning putt and meaningful that I
had finished it. When we was told that we was a initial Asian actor to win
a BMW PGA Championship we felt really proud.”

A subplot to a week will be a European contingent’s pull for a
place in Darren Clarke’s group for a Ryder Cup. With a esteem purse of
5 million Euros during ‘The Players’ Flagship’, there are also plenty
of points on offer towards a Ryder Cup rankings. BMW is partner of
a European group looking to win the fourth pretension in a quarrel at
Hazeltine National (US state of Minnesota) this September.

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