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Unknown Swede Carlsson upstages big guns at Wentworth

27 May 2017

As recently as past year the future of this event had been in serious jeopardy, with Wentworth residents in dispute with the club's new owners and European Tour chief executive Keith Pelley dismissing its "flagship" tag in favour of the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai.

"It was awesome", Carlsson said.

"I can't emphasise how big a week it was", he added. The main change has been to the greens, which had become patchy and routinely changed in character during the day, not helped by the fact that they featured two types of grass that grew at a different rate. "And when you look at how this tour performs relative to professional golf, we see 22 major champions who have played on this tour, seven players who have won The Players Championship and this is what you see from the players who will be on this golf course with you", Web.com Tour President Dan Glod said.

This, Hanson hopes, will mean that he will not be at a severe disadvantage compared to those players who have regularly headed to Virginia Water, in Surrey, come May each year. "It's attractive. It plays longer than what the yardage shows I think maybe because of the weather a little bit". The US players should come over here, it should be like the European Tour's version of the Players' Championship. "I'm personally very pleased that it has been changed".

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Already this season he has €189,250 to find himself sandwiched in 63rd place in the current Race to Dubai standings by European Tour title winners in Francesco Molinari and Andrew Sullivan.

Jamieson and Storm were level with him on five-under after Jamieson birdied the 16th and two more Englishmen, Daniel Brooks and David Horsey, were two shots further back on three-under after playing 15 and six holes respectively.

While famed for its hosting of the World Match Play during which such great encounters involving so numerous game's greats were a feature during the years between 1964 and 2008, the BMW PGA Championship has allowed the iconic British venue to continue its role in elite golf. "After such a good season past year, I maybe put too much pressure on myself subconsciously". They're just tight. It's hard to get the ball in the air with your longer irons so I'm trying to put I put a 2 and 3-iron hybrid in the bag.

"I'm really happy. I'm happy my mother and father are here".

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"I t's fantastic what has transpired in just a year, when you think back about the challenges that we were having, mainly around the golf course and players not satisfied with the greens", Pelley said.

Looking back on his career - tumultuous at times with off-course issues - Daly said he never wonders about what could have been in terms of more majors of victories. "I just need to go out there and play like a kid again, have fun".

"I hadn't been feeling like I needed to on the course".

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