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Dodt takes narrow lead into Final Round of BMW PGA Championship

Australia’s Andrew Dodt will look to resist a world-class chasing pack which includes Open Champion Henrik Stenson, Lee Westwood, Branden Grace and Francesco Molinari in the final round of the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth Club.

Dodt fired a sparkling 68 in testing conditions over the West Course to charge up the third round leaderboard and end the day on eight under par and in possession of a one stroke lead over Grace; with Westwood and Molinari tied for third place on five under.


Super Suri charges ahead in Czech

Julian Suri produced a masterclass in leading from the front as his nine under par round of 63 earned him a three-shot cushion at the top of the leaderboard going into the final day of the D+D REAL Czech Challenge.

The American was quick out of the blocks on Day Three at Golf & Spa Kunětická Hora, birdieing his first two holes to move clear of playing partner and overnight co-leader Tapio Pulkkanen, with two more birdies and an impressive eagle on the seventh sending him out in 30 and looking imperious.


Julian Suri hits the summit at Czech Challenge

Tapio Pulkkanen and Julian Suri, two of the form players on the 2017 Road to Oman, continued to shine at the D+D REAL Czech Challenge, each shooting second rounds of 65 to share the halfway lead on 12 under par.

Near-perfect scoring conditions at Golf & Spa Kunětická Hora made for a feast of birdies on Day Two, with Pulkkanen making seven in a bogey-free round and Suri mixing one dropped shot with eight gains as they both improved on their opening 67s.


Pieters powers to the front at BMW PGA Championship

Ryder Cup star Thomas Pieters fired a second round 69 to share the halfway lead with Scotland’s Scott Jamieson and Italian Francesco Molinari in the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth Club.

Belgian Pieters had finished his opening round with a bogey after finding water and he dropped another shot on the third hole of his second round, but then gained that back on the next hole before powering his way to the top of the leaderboard with further birdies on the ninth, 12th and 17th holes.


Langer moves clear as play is delayed in Washington DC

Bernhard Langer leads by one shot at the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship as Friday’s second round was suspended due to darkness at Trump National Golf Club.

The German started the day in a share of first place, but took control after carding five birdies in a row halfway through his round, moving clear of fellow Masters Tournament winner Vijay Singh in second place.


Lengden embraces change as new putter earns Czech lead

Oscar Lengden fired the best European Challenge Tour round of his career to take the lead of the D+D REAL Czech Challenge after Day One, aided by a brand new putter.

The change in short stick clearly helped the Swede as he rolled in nine birdies to sit atop the leaderboard after an eight under par opening round of 64, one shot clear of nearest rival Thomas Linard at Golf & Spa Kunětická Hora.


Swede Johan Carlsson sets the pace at Wentworth

Sweden’s Johan Carlsson set the pace on the opening day of the BMW PGA Championship, taking advantage of the immaculate new greens at Wentworth Club with eight birdies in an impressive six under par round of 66.

Carlsson made a blistering start to the European Tour’s new Rolex Series, reaching the turn in just 30 shots courtesy of five birdies on the front nine, and he picked up three more shots on way in, although his back nine was bookended by bogeys on the tenth and 18th holes.


Langer leads and Kingston contends in Washington DC

Bernhard Langer carded a seven under par round of 65, eagling the 18th hole to take the outright lead, as play was suspended during the first round of the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship.

After torrential rain forced an 80-minute delay to the start of the 78th Senior PGA Championship, held at Trump National Golf Club for the first time in its history, Langer looked unfazed by the interruption as he took a two shot lead in his bid to become the first golfer in history to win all five Senior Major Championships in their career.


Stenson ready to kick-start season at BMW PGA Championship

Henrik Stenson is hopeful of launching another glorious summer when he tees it up at Wentworth Club for the first time in three years at this week's BMW PGA Championship.

After winning the BMW International Open in Germany last year, Stenson went on to claim the Claret Jug at Royal Troon and then pushed Justin Rose all the way at the Olympic Men's Golf Competition in Rio to claim silver.


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