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BMW PGA Championship has ‘major feel’ to it on European TourPCMAX

2019年11月27日 category : 未分類 

Billy Horschel considers the BMW PGA Championship thinks victory would cement his status has a significant feel to it.
Horschel is one of a number of PGA Tour players making their debut at Wentworth this week, even together with Tony Finau, Patrick Reed and Viktor Hovland all also emerging at the Rolex Series occasion.
Changes into the Tour calendar saw the championship moved to September from the traditional May place, allowing more players to incorporate it with Horschel hoping to impress and become the first American as Arnold Palmer to lift the trophy.
“[The BMW PGA] is comparable to our own Players Championship,” Horschel said. “I really feel as though it’s a significant on our tour and the European Tour feels as though that is a major for them in their Tour.”
“It’s a very historic occasion, lots of heritage. To have the ability to come over here and put in my name to the decoration, it would really mean a lot to me because for the other fact, it would demonstrate that I am a player.
“I’m a world-class player and that I can go round the world and win at spots on the planet, not only America. You have to be able to go outside your comfort zone and play courses and countries you are not utilised to and play well and win, to be a player. That is something I have always wanted to do and hopefully I can achieve.”
Finau makes his first appearance together with the world looking to play with outside of the USA in the years ahead, having appeared in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship last season, on the West Course.
“I really feel like I have world-class game, and the way to prove yourself would be to traveling the world and playwith,” Finau stated. “I have always known I needed to come back and compete against world class gamers on different kind of golf courses.
“If you’re quite a world-class participant, I feel just as if you’ve got to win all around the world on several varieties of golf classes, then I expect to experience different cultures and traveling to various areas.
“So a mix of those things, I feel as if are a reason I wished to add a few European Tour events and maybe eventually even some other tours to my resum??.”
See the BMW PGA Championship through the week live on Sky Sports. Live coverage starts on Thursday from 9am on Sky Sports Golf and 10.30am on Sky Sports Main Event.

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