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BMW PGA Championship 2018

DATES: May 24-27
SITE: Wentworth Club, West Course, Surrey
PRIZE MONEY: $7,000,000

Round 4 - Molinari claims maiden Rolex Series win at Wentworth

May 27, 2018

Francesco Molinari claimed a maiden Rolex Series victory at the BMW PGA Championship after the Italian soared to a two-stroke triumph courtesy of a flawless four under par final round 68.

Tied for the lead with four-time Major winner Rory McIlroy heading into the final round, Molinari was composure personified as his Northern Irish playing partner struggled and the 35 year old from Turin never let his guard down after back-to-back birdies at the third and fourth moved him clear at the top.

Molinari claims maiden Rolex Series win at Wentworth, © Getty Images

A second successive bogey-free round of the weekend and a 17 under total handed Molinari a fifth European Tour title and the largest prize fund of his career, with the 1,166,660 Race to Dubai points moving him to third position in the year-long Rankings.

The win also gives Molinari a timely boost in his hopes of making a third Ryder Cup appearance this September - with points earned in Rolex Series events multiplied by 1.5, he catapulted himself to fourth in the European Points List and into the projected automatic qualification spots.

“It never feels like it’s your year but it’s great to come out on top after being close so many times down the years. It was just a great week. To be honest when I saw Rory three ahead after two days I thought it was going to be very tough to catch him but the wind probably assisted me yesterday. Today was another very solid day for me and it was just enough to get it over the line."

“I feel drained now so I can’t think about next week in Italy too much but I’ll have a couple of days off and try to recover as much as possible. It will be a busy week but hopefully I can play similar golf to this week and be in contention again. It will be great to go back after a win like this and see so many familiar faces and celebrate with them.”

McIlroy, meanwhile, endured a frustrating final day at the pristine Surrey venue but birdies at both of the final two holes earned him a two under 70, a runner-up finish on a 15 under total and a fourth top five in five European Tour starts this season.

“I’m just disappointed I didn't play better over the weekend. I was in a great position after two days. I struggled yesterday and sort of struggled today again. I just couldn't get it going. I let Francesco get a few shots ahead of me and I just couldn't claw that back. I played some good golf coming down the back nine and hit some better shots, but I need to work on a few things going forward.”

Alex Noren, meanwhile, rounded off an impressive title defence with a 67 for a 14 under total and a share of third spot, alongside Lucas Bjerregaard of Denmark, who carded his second 65 of the week for the biggest pay cheque of his career.

“I'm very pleased," said Noren. "I made my way around, maybe did not hit all perfect shots out there but I played so much better the last two days than I did the first two rounds. So I'm very pleased about that and then I’m very happy to make the putt on the last. It was a lot of points to play for.”

Pos.
Player Nat To Par R1 R2 R3 R4 Total
1
Francesco Molinari ITA -17 70 67 66 68 271
2
Rory McIlroy NIR -15 67 65 71 70 273
T3
Alexander Noren SWE -14 69 68 70 67 274
T3
Lucas Bjerregaard DNK -14 65 73 71 65 274

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Round 3 - McIlroy and Molinari set up super Sunday

May 26, 2018

Rory McIlroy will enter the final round of the BMW PGA Championship in a share of the lead, after bravely battling his way back to a one under 71 to join Francesco Molinari at the top in the opening Rolex Series event of the European Tour’s 2018 Race to Dubai.

“It was a struggle out there today," said McIlroy. "But I'm proud of myself, I stayed patient. Actually, I'm feeling a bit better about myself after today than I was even walking off the course yesterday. I felt like I left a few out there yesterday and I felt like I basically did as good as I could have done today."

McIlroy and Molinari set up super Sunday, © Getty Images

“I'm looking forward to tomorrow. I'll need to play better than today. All I wanted to do was give myself a chance going into Sunday and I've been able to do that. Hopefully that's my bad round out of the way and I can play better tomorrow."

The prestigious event at Wentworth Club is set for a classic finale as eight-time European Tour winner Branden Grace, defending champion Alex Noren, local favourite Ross Fisher and Ryder Cup legend Lee Westwood all wait in the wings hoping to usurp the two leaders and claim the famous trophy.

The 2014 BMW PGA Champion McIlroy did not quite hit the heights of Friday, when he carded the joint-best round of the week thus far with a 65, but he did bounce back from three dropped shots in the opening six holes to card four birdies in a bogey-free final 12 holes.

The four-time Major winner joined Molinari on 13 under par after the Italian carded the round of the day in breezy conditions with a flawless 66, which earned him a share of the third round lead at an event in which he finished runner-up just 12 months ago.

“It was great, especially today. Obviously the conditions were very different, it was a tough challenge today with the breeze. It was gusting and it wasn't easy so it was nice to keep a clean scorecard - I hit the ball great. I even missed a few short putts on the first nine or ten holes, but I'm in a great position, so I’m really pleased with today."

“I just love playing here. Clearly it suits my eye and I just enjoy the atmosphere. The crowds are always great. It is a challenging course but I think if you hit good shots, you can make a few birdies here and there. I love it, and hopefully it will be another good day tomorrow.”

The man who stormed to a dramatic victory on that occasion was Noren, who carded five birdies, a bogey and a double-bogey in his final seven holes on the way to a third round 70, which moved him to within four strokes of the lead. The Swede overturned a seven shot deficit in the final round last year.

Fisher, meanwhile, finished birdie-eagle on the West Course to rapturous cheers and a four under 68 earned him a share of third position alongside Noren, Englishman Sam Horsfield and South African Grace, a Rolex Series winner already at last year’s Nedbank Golf Challenge hosted by Gary Player.

“I heard the crowd reaction at the last," said Fisher, "so I knew it was pretty close. I walked up, saw my pitchmark, and I wasn't sure if it missed right or left but I just happened to have a nice number in there, 214 to the front."

“It's glorious sunshine and it's warm, but, in and amongst those trees and around 11 and 13, 15, and even on 18 there, you're looking at the clouds and you're looking at the trees and they are doing different things. There are eagles and birdies to be made but you can easily run up a bogey and a double. I'll take what I've done today and conclude at the end of today, see where it puts me going into tomorrow and try and do the same again.”

Former World Number One Westwood was a shot further back on eight under par after a three under 69 and he was joined in sixth place by Finn Mikko Korhonen, Kiradech Aphibarnrat of Thailand, Frenchman Sébastien Gros and Englishman Sam Horsfield.

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
R3
Total
T1
Francesco Molinari
ITA
-13
70
67
66
203
T1
Rory McIlroy
NIR
-13
67
65
71
203
T3
Alexander Noren
SWE
-9
69
68
70
207
T3
Branden Grace
RSA
-9
69
69
69
207
T3
Ross Fisher
ENG
-9
71
68
68
207
T3
Sam Horsfield
ENG
-9
67
68
72
207
T7
Kiradech Aphibarnrat
THA
-8
68
69
71
208
T7
Lee Westwood
ENG
-8
70
69
69
208
T7
Mikko Korhonen
FIN
-8
68
70
70
208
T7
Sebastien Gros
FRA
-8
69
66
73
208
T11
Darren Fichardt
RSA
-7
66
72
71
209
T11
Lasse Jensen
DNK
-7
68
70
71
209
T11
Lucas Bjerregaard
DNK
-7
65
73
71
209
T11
Marcus Kinhult
SWE
-7
74
67
68
209
T11
Robert Rock
ENG
-7
69
68
72
209

Round 2 - McIlroy wows Wentworth crowds to storm into halfway lead

May 25, 2018

Rory McIlroy delighted the huge Wentworth Club crowds with the best round of the second day at the BMW PGA Championship, storming into a three-shot halfway lead as the Northern Irishman targets a maiden Rolex Series victory over the weekend.

The four-time Major winner displayed the kind of imperious form which earned him the title at the prestigious Surrey venue back in 2014 with a flawless seven under 65, which included a run of four consecutive birdies on the back nine.

McIlroy wows Wentworth crowds to storm into halfway lead, © Getty Images

His 12 under par total of 132 strokes ties the second-lowest 36-hole score in the tournament’s long history and sets up what is sure to be an enthralling weekend of action on the picturesque West Course.

“I played really well, to go bogey-free around here - I think I only missed one green, and not by a lot. It was one of the best rounds of golf I've played this year, ball-striking-wise. There were still a couple of loose shots in there, like the one on 18, but overall it was a great round of golf."

“I had everything firing today and it was nice to take advantage of the opportunities I gave myself. It’s nice to live up to the billing I guess a little bit. I really enjoy playing in front of these crowds. They are incredible to get up on a Friday morning at eight in the morning and come out and follow us."

The reigning Race to Dubai Champion Tommy Fleetwood is in close pursuit in third position on eight under par after birdieing the final three holes in a round of 66.

“I think today was like two different sides. Obviously I had actually quite a few chances but in general, I didn't hit my irons as well as I would have liked to, or not as close, and I had to use different part of my game a little bit at times.

“Honestly, coming back here, I've been so excited about it. The atmosphere will be great this weekend but you've got to just keep your head down and concentrate on what you're doing. Who knows what Rory is going to do. He's four clear of me and he's one of the best players of all time.”

Fleetwood’s fellow Englishman, Sam Horsfield, was three shots back on nine under par after the 21 year old carded a four under par 68 to earn a place in the final group alongside the former World Number One McIlroy.

“It's not the widest of golf courses off the tee so you can definitely get yourself into trouble, with the big trees. But you can make birdies out here too, as the guys have shown. The conditions are soft with the rain yesterday and you can go flag hunting, and I think it's going to become a putting contest coming down to Sunday. I feel really comfortable with my putter right now, so I’m looking forward to it."

“I think any time you're playing on the weekend and you're up there near Rory, you're going to be doing pretty well. I'm just looking forward to tomorrow and I'm going to go out there and give it my all.”

Tied for second alongside Horsfield was Frenchman Sébastien Gros, who carded a six under 66 in the final group of the day following an up-and-down from a fairway bunker for a closing birdie.

“I started hitting the irons very close from the eighth to the 12th, then I struggled with two bogeys from two bad tee shots. But I had lots of great opportunities and the putter was great today.""

“It was a good back nine and especially finishing so late in the day, you’re not very used to it. The eagle at 12th was the highlight after two eight iron shots within six feet and then a seven iron to 12 to six feet.

Defending champion Alex Noren, who stormed to an incredible triumph last year courtesy of a course-record final round 62, is also in contention again following a 68, with the Swede just five shots back on seven under par.

Noren is joined in a share of fifth place by Thailand’s World Number 31 Kiradech Aphibarnrat (69), Italian two-time Ryder Cup player Francesco Molinari (67) and two-time European Tour winner Robert Rock of England (68).

“I scrambled very well. I hit a lot of off-shots, but then I got it together and played better on the back nine. I don't think I've ever seen anything like that (Rory McIlroy’s round). It was just shot after shot after shot. It's impressive and I'm really happy for him."

“Seven-under total - I would have taken that any day for the first two rounds, especially on this golf course. “I’m really happy about seven-under but not so happy about my long game on some of the holes I played – they were not the greatest shots out there. For 12 holes I played well and the rest I scrambled.”

Graeme McDowell - who was earlier in the week announced as a Ryder Cup Vice-Captain to Thomas Bjørn – carded his best round on the European Tour since last November with a five under par 67 to move into a share of eighth place alongside nine others including eight-time European Tour winner Branden Grace of South Africa and the first round leader Lucas Bjerregaard of Denmark.

“I think under normal circumstances, if I had not been announced as Vice Captain this week and obviously being asked to perform in front of The Ryder Cup Captain for a guy who needs to play well this summer, I think the pressure would have been on me," said McDowell.

“But it’s slightly different kind of vibe I suppose, feeling like I am part of the team, and I really feel like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders a little bit which is allowing me to go out there and enjoy my golf at Wentworth.

“I'm feeling very comfortable out there, and I’m looking forward to being in the mix coming into the weekend. This is always a fun event and the golf course is in as good a shape as I've ever seen it. When Rory is on his game, he's incredibly tough to catch. I know he likes it around here and these are perfect conditions for him.”

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
Total
1
Rory McIlroy
NIR
-12
67
65
132
T2
Sam Horsfield
ENG
-9
67
68
135
T2
Sebastien Gros
FRA
-9
69
66
135
4
Tommy Fleetwood
ENG
-8
70
66
136
T5
Alexander Noren
SWE
-7
69
68
137
T5
Francesco Molinari
ITA
-7
70
67
137
T5
Kiradech Aphibarnrat
THA
-7
68
69
137
T5
Robert Rock
ENG
-7
69
68
137
T9
Alexander Levy
FRA
-6
70
68
138
T9
Branden Grace
RSA
-6
69
69
138
T9
Darren Fichardt
RSA
-6
66
72
138
T9
Fabrizio Zanotti
PAR
-6
69
69
138
T9
Graeme McDowell
NIR
-6
71
67
138
T9
Lasse Jensen
DNK
-6
68
70
138
T9
Lucas Bjerregaard
DNK
-6
65
73
138
T9
Matthew Fitzpatrick
ENG
-6
67
71
138
T9
Mikko Korhonen
FIN
-6
68
70
138
T9
Nino Bertasio
ITA
-6
68
70
138

Round 1 - Bjerregaard leads as Rory impresses on Wentworth return

May 24, 2018

Lucas Bjerregaard carded a flawless seven under par 65 to take the lead after the opening round of the BMW PGA Championship - the first Rolex Series event of the European Tour’s 2018 Race to Dubai - as Rory McIlroy marked his return to Wentworth Club with an impressive 67.

Dane Bjerregaard entered the week on the back of a strong run of form, with back-to-back top tens in his last two appearances, and he carried that momentum into the opening round on the pristine West Course.

Bjerregaard leads as Rory impresses on Wentworth return, © Getty Images

“I've not had much success around this place but I played lovely today. I hit it pretty well off the tee, hit a couple of loose shots in the end but managed to get up-and-down a couple of times."

“All in all, I didn't do much wrong. Maybe had a little bit of a lucky break on 18 there but it's nice to finish up with a four. It's quite important to hit it straight, and I felt like I did that. I put myself in a lot of good spots and left myself with a few short irons and took advantage of that."

A birdie at the par three second hole got him up and running before picking up three more shots for a front nine 31, and three more gains on the way home – including a closing birdie at the par five finishing hole – handed the London-based 26 year old a one-stroke lead.

Tied for second place were South African duo Dean Burmester and Darren Fichardt, who have six European Tour titles between them, after a pair of 66s.

“The South Africans are all geared up," said Burmester. "Most of us have had a bit of time off, so it's been nice to get back and I think all of us love Wentworth. So it's really good to be back here.

“I've been grinding in the last three weeks in my time off with my coach and we worked on a draw that I really like, and you know, I just warm up with it now every day, and I do it every day and it's making a difference."

“It's not been the season I really wanted - barring one round in Mexico, it's been really quiet. This is a good place to kind of kick-start the year and I'm looking forward to the next three days.”

All eyes were on four-time Major Champion Rory McIlroy, however, who was returning to Wentworth for the first time since 2015 after being forced to withdraw through injury last year, and he delighted the huge crowds with an impressive five under par 67 to move to within two strokes of the lead.

The 2014 BMW PGA Champion from Northern Ireland carded seven birdies and was disappointed to have missed a short birdie putt at the final hole, but the fans will no doubt be out in force on Friday morning in support of the former World Number One.

“It was good to see golf like that. It was good to see the shots that I hit, and the drives that I hit, I put it in play a lot more. I still hit a couple of loose shots out there but I guess you can't expect perfection all the time. You have to sort of take it as it is. I played a lot better today than I have done the last couple of weeks, so it's a good step in the right direction."

“My wedge play was really good and that's something I've tried to work on continuously over the course of the last 12 months, trying to get that better. Any time I had a wedge in my hand today, I felt I had a realistic chance for birdie afterwards. If I can keep doing that and if I can keep putting it in the fairway like I have been, that's really positive signs going forward."

“Obviously there's the next three days to worry about, but I've got a few big tournaments coming up in the States, and then a very busy summer with a lot of important stuff coming up. So if I can keep playing like this, it should hopefully be a good summer.”

McIlroy was joined in a share of fourth position by Englishmen Richard Bland, Sam Horsfield and Matthew Fitzpatrick, playing his first event of the year on European soil and targeting a fifth European Tour victory in four seasons.

The 2017 BMW PGA Champion Alex Noren as a birdie four at the last rounded off a three under 69 which kept him in the hunt to become the first player to win the prestigious title in back-to-back seasons since Luke Donald won it for a second successive time in 2012.

Scores

Pos.
Player Nat To Par R1 R2 R3 R4 Total
1
Francesco Molinari ITA -17 70 67 66 68 271
2
Rory McIlroy NIR -15 67 65 71 70 273
T3
Alexander Noren SWE -14 69 68 70 67 274
T3
Lucas Bjerregaard DNK -14 65 73 71 65 274
T5
Branden Grace RSA -13 69 69 69 68 275
T5
Kiradech Aphibarnrat THA -13 68 69 71 67 275
7
Darren Fichardt RSA -12 66 72 71 67 276
T8
Matthew Fitzpatrick ENG -10 67 71 73 67 278
T8
Rafael Cabrera Bello ESP -10 72 68 70 68 278
T8
Ross Fisher ENG -10 71 68 68 71 278
T8
Thongchai Jaidee THA -10 69 72 69 68 278
T12
Dean Burmester RSA -9 66 73 73 67 279
T12
Graeme McDowell NIR -9 71 67 73 68 279
T12
Marcus Kinhult SWE -9 74 67 68 70 279
T15
Byeong-Hun An KOR -8 74 68 70 68 280
T15
Fabrizio Zanotti PAR -8 69 69 73 69 280
T15
Mikko Korhonen FIN -8 68 70 70 72 280
T15
Sam Horsfield ENG -8 67 68 72 73 280
T15
Shane Lowry IRL -8 69 71 70 70 280
T20
Erik Van Rooyen RSA -7 70 69 71 71 281
T20
Ian Poulter ENG -7 74 67 72 68 281
T20
Jacques Kruyswijk RSA -7 73 70 73 65 281
T20
Matt Wallace ENG -7 72 69 69 71 281
T20
Paul Casey ENG -7 72 70 69 70 281
T20
Robert Rock ENG -7 69 68 72 72 281
T20
Tommy Fleetwood ENG -7 70 66 77 68 281
T27
Alexander Bjoerk SWE -6 71 70 71 70 282
T27
Chris Wood ENG -6 72 68 71 71 282
T27
David Lipsky USA -6 70 72 73 67 282
T27
Lasse Jensen DNK -6 68 70 71 73 282
T27
Lee Westwood ENG -6 70 69 69 74 282
T27
Matteo Manassero ITA -6 75 66 73 68 282
T27
Matthew Southgate ENG -6 69 72 72 69 282
T27
Sebastien Gros FRA -6 69 66 73 74 282
T35
Adrien Saddier SCO -5 70 70 74 69 283
T35
Andy Sullivan ENG -5 71 68 74 70 283
T35
Benjamin Hebert FRA -5 70 69 74 70 283
T35
Hideto Tanihara JPN -5 69 72 74 68 283
T35
Jens Dantorp SWE -5 74 69 71 69 283
T35
Richard Bland ENG -5 67 75 72 69 283
T35
Richie Ramsay SCO -5 69 71 71 72 283
42
Maximilian Kieffer GER -4 69 71 74 70 284
T43
Eddie Pepperell ENG -3 72 68 74 71 285
T43
Haotong Li CHN -3 73 66 74 72 285
T43
Haydn Porteous RSA -3 74 69 71 71 285
T43
Julian Suri USA -3 74 67 74 70 285
T43
Michael Lorenzo-Vera FRA -3 72 70 75 68 285
T43
Ryan Fox NZL -3 70 73 71 71 285
T43
Scott Fernandez ESP -3 74 69 74 68 285
T43
Thomas Detry BEL -3 72 71 73 69 285
51
Andrew Dodt AUS -2 70 73 74 69 286
T52
Alexander Levy FRA -1 70 68 75 74 287
T52
Andrea Pavan ITA -1 73 70 72 72 287
T52
Gavin Green MAS -1 72 70 73 72 287
T52
Jeung-Hun Wang KOR -1 74 69 70 74 287
T52
Paul Waring ENG -1 73 68 77 69 287
T52
Stephen Gallacher SCO -1 71 69 76 71 287
T58
Bradley Neil SCO Par 71 69 74 74 288
T58
Trevor Immelman RSA Par 71 68 76 73 288
T60
Brandon Stone RSA 1 73 70 75 71 289
T60
Marc Warren SCO 1 71 72 70 76 289
T60
Nino Bertasio ITA 1 68 70 81 70 289
T60
Thorbjorn Olesen DEN 1 69 70 78 72 289
T64
Ashun Wu CHI 2 72 71 75 72 290
T64
Matthieu Pavon FRA 2 72 67 74 77 290
T64
Rak Cho KOR 2 74 68 72 76 290
67
Daniel Brooks ENG 7 70 73 78 74 295
68
James Heath ENG 9 72 67 78 80 297
CUT
Bradley Dredge WAL Par 68 76 - - 144
CUT
Chris Hanson ENG Par 74 70 - - 144
CUT
Dylan Frittelli RSA Par 71 73 - - 144
CUT
Gregory Bourdy FRA Par 75 69 - - 144
CUT
Harold Varner III USA Par 75 69 - - 144
CUT
Jeff Winther SWE Par 74 70 - - 144
CUT
Joakim Lagergren SWE Par 72 72 - - 144
CUT
Joost Luiten NED Par 73 71 - - 144
CUT
Martin Kaymer GER Par 70 74 - - 144
CUT
Oliver Farr WAL Par 73 71 - - 144
CUT
Oliver Fisher ENG Par 75 69 - - 144
CUT
Raphael Jacquelin FRA Par 76 68 - - 144
CUT
Richard Sterne RSA Par 76 68 - - 144
CUT
Thomas Aiken RSA Par 72 72 - - 144
CUT
Alvaro Quiros ESP 1 71 74 - - 145
CUT
Brett Rumford AUS 1 75 70 - - 145
CUT
Charlie Ford ENG 1 69 76 - - 145
CUT
Chris Paisley ENG 1 68 77 - - 145
CUT
David Drysdale SCO 1 74 71 - - 145
CUT
David Howell ENG 1 73 72 - - 145
CUT
George Coetzee RSA 1 75 70 - - 145
CUT
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano ESP 1 69 76 - - 145
CUT
Nacho Elvira ESP 1 75 70 - - 145
CUT
Jin-Ho Choi KOR 1 73 72 - - 145
CUT
Mikko Ilonen FIN 1 71 74 - - 145
CUT
Ryan Evans ENG 1 76 69 - - 145
CUT
Soren Kjeldsen DEN 1 76 69 - - 145
CUT
Adam Bland AUS 2 74 72 - - 146
CUT
Andres Romero ARG 2 73 73 - - 146
CUT
Danny Willett ENG 2 75 71 - - 146
CUT
David Horsey ENG 2 73 73 - - 146
CUT
Jorge Campillo ESP 2 72 74 - - 146
CUT
Marcel Siem GER 2 76 70 - - 146
CUT
Marcus Fraser AUS 2 75 71 - - 146
CUT
Pablo Larrazabal ESP 2 72 74 - - 146
CUT
Paul Dunne IRL 2 71 75 - - 146
CUT
Robert Karlsson SWE 2 73 73 - - 146
CUT
Scott Hend AUS 2 73 73 - - 146
CUT
Soo-Min Lee KOR 2 71 75 - - 146
CUT
Tyrrell Hatton ENG 2 73 73 - - 146
CUT
Adrian Otaegui ESP 3 75 72 - - 147
CUT
Ashley Chesters ENG 3 73 74 - - 147
CUT
Callum Shinkwin ENG 3 74 73 - - 147
CUT
Ernie Els RSA 3 75 72 - - 147
CUT
Gregory Havret FRA 3 75 72 - - 147
CUT
James Morrison ENG 3 69 78 - - 147
CUT
Jason Scrivener AUS 3 75 72 - - 147
CUT
Jordan Smith ENG 3 71 76 - - 147
CUT
Nicolas Colsaerts BEL 3 71 76 - - 147
CUT
Paul O'Hara SCO 3 71 76 - - 147
CUT
Pedro Oriol ESP 3 75 72 - - 147
CUT
Thomas Pieters BEL 3 75 72 - - 147
CUT
Jamie Donaldson WAL 4 75 73 - - 148
CUT
Julien Guerrier FRA 4 72 76 - - 148
CUT
Padraig Harrington IRL 4 78 70 - - 148
CUT
Aaron Rai ENG 5 72 77 - - 149
CUT
Andrew Johnston ENG 5 73 76 - - 149
CUT
Edoardo Molinari ITA 5 78 71 - - 149
CUT
Phachara Khongwatmai THA 5 74 75 - - 149
CUT
Robert Coles ENG 5 74 75 - - 149
CUT
Tapio Pulkkanen FIN 5 77 72 - - 149
CUT
Daniel Im USA 6 75 75 - - 150
CUT
Jason Norris AUS 6 75 75 - - 150
CUT
Renato Paratore ITA 6 74 76 - - 150
CUT
Sam Brazel AUS 6 73 77 - - 150
CUT
Scott Jamieson SCO 6 75 75 - - 150
CUT
Shiv Chawrasia IND 6 74 76 - - 150
CUT
Wade Ormsby AUS 6 75 75 - - 150
CUT
Zander Lombard RSA 6 78 72 - - 150
CUT
Carlos Pigem ESP 7 73 78 - - 151
CUT
Chase Koepka USA 7 78 73 - - 151
CUT
Romain Wattel FRA 7 78 73 - - 151
CUT
Ricardo Melo Gouveia POR 8 75 77 - - 152
CUT
Richard Wallis ENG 8 78 74 - - 152
CUT
Clement Sordet FRA 10 77 77 - - 154
CUT
Peter Hanson SWE 10 73 81 - - 154
CUT
Thomas Bjorn DEN 11 75 80 - - 155
CUT
Austin Connelly CAN 12 78 78 - - 156
CUT
Lee Slattery ENG 12 77 79 - - 156
CUT
Steven Brown ENG 13 80 77 - - 157
CUT
Gavin Hay SCO 19 85 78 - - 163
RET
Yusaku Miyazato JPN Par - - - - 0



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