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Former winners Rory McIlroy and Paul Casey to tee off during a BMW PGA Championship.

  • Rory McIlroy sets sights on repeating his inspirational
    feat during a 2014 BMW PGA Championship.
  • Paul Casey, 2009 BMW PGA Champion, behind during a Wentworth
    Club for a initial time given 2013.
  • Both players underline their excellent new form with wins on
    a PGA TOUR.


Wentworth/Munich. The BMW PGA Championship (24th to 27th May
2018, Wentworth Club, London) is one of a many prestigious and
renouned tournaments on a European Tour. This year’s eventuality will be
no different. The leader of a 2014 BMW PGA Championship and former
universe series one, Rory McIlroy (NIR), will tee off during a iconic
tournament, that boasts a esteem purse of 7 million US dollars.
He will be assimilated by a 2009 champion, Paul Casey (ENG). Tommy
Fleetwood (ENG), reigning “Race to Dubai” champion, had already
reliable his goal to play.

The feat during a Wentworth Club 4 years ago might not have been
a biggest success of four-time vital leader McIlroy’s illustrious
career, though it was positively a pivotal moment. Now 28 years old, that win
brought to an finish a two-year pretension drought. The Northern Irishman went
on to suffer a many successful deteriorate of his career so far, with
victories during a Open, PGA Championship, WGC-Bridgestone Invitational,
and in a “Race to Dubai”.

“I’m looking brazen to going behind to Wentworth. It’s always a good
week. If Wentworth gets good weather, and hopefully we do, a crowds
are awesome, a golf march is great, and a area is pleasing I
haven’t played there in a integrate of years though from what I’ve seen,
with a new weed that they’ve put in, it looks a most improved golf
course, a most some-more playable golf course,” pronounced McIlroy, who won his
latest prestigious pretension on a PGA TOUR during a Arnold Palmer
Invitational only 10 days ago.

Lifting a prize during a BMW PGA Championship was also a very
special impulse for Casey. The 40-year-old grew adult in a county of
Surrey, that is also a home of a Wentworth Club. Even as a boy,
he used to dream of winning “The Players’ Flagship” as he watched golf
legends like Seve Ballesteros and record leader Sir Nick Faldo ply
their trade on a West Course. Casey, who lives in a USA, will tee
off during Wentworth again for a initial time given 2013 and is determined
to collect adult critical points towards Ryder Cup gift in front
of his home public. Currently series 13 in a world, he took a big
step towards securing a place on Team Europe with feat during the
Valspar Championship (PGA TOUR) during a start of March.