George Stead
By George Stead

Who? 28 year-old Englishman Tyrrell Hatton

What? The 2020 BMW PGA Championship

Where? West Course, Wentworth Golf Club, Surrey, England

How? Home favourite Tyrrell Hatton realised his boyhood dream as he won the 2020 BMW PGA Championship by four shots to secure his third Rolex Series title yesterday. The Englishman finished the tournament on 19 under par after making six birdies and a single bogey in his closing 67. He was pushed all the way by Victor Perez in a tense final round battle but Hatton produced a short game masterclass to put his name alongside the European Tour greats who have won this iconic trophy before him. Perez finished alone in second on 15 under after bogeys on the 13th and 17th saw his challenge fade.

Following the victory, Hatton said:

"It's a dream come true for me really," said Hatton. "As a five-year-old walking around here I always wanted to be inside the ropes playing when I grew up. This is such a massive event and to get over the line and win here is such a special feeling. It was definitely a goal in my career to win here and I'm very thankful that I managed to get the job done today."

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