Hatton takes over Wentworth

The Englishman (-19) won the PGA European Championship eleven months after his last win. He has already accumulated five on the European Tour. Larrazábal (-5), best Spanish.


Eleven months after his last victory, the Englishman Tyrrell Hatton took this Sunday, with a total of 269 strokes (-19), and a last card with 67 (five even balls), with the BMW PGA Championship, which was played in the Wentworth club, in what is his fifth victory on the European Golf Circuit.

Hatton, 28, had conquered his last tournament in November 2019, by winning the Turkish Open, after a tiebreaker to six, which also included Frenchman Vincent Perez, who this Sunday was second four strokes away . Previously, the Englishman won twice at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship and the Italian Open.

The Englishman, who also added a victory on the PGA Tour, and who in this BMW PGA has spent three days at the top of the rankings, on his last round, saw his triumph in jeopardy until the 9th hole, because until then he had achieved a birdie but Vincent pressed with an eagle and two birdies. It was Then, in the second nine holes everything changed.

Of the Spaniards, the best was Pablo Larrazábal, with a total of 283 hits (-5), after a bad last day, with 75 (+3). Adri Arnaus finished with 284 (66 + 70 + 74 + 74); and Nacho Elvia, with 289 (74 + 69 + 76 + 70). Paraguayan Lorenzo Zanotti went to 293 (71 + 73 + 75 + 74) .

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