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While most of the PGA Tour’s golfers will stay state-side this week, several of the top golfers in the world will go across the pond and compete in England. The Crowne Plaza Invitational will be held at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas, while the European Tour will host the BMW PGA Championship at the Wentworth Club in England. The BMW PGA Championship is a popular tour stop during the year for the top international players on the PGA Tour. With the top golfers in the world spread out this week between Texas and England, we take a look at where some of our local golfers will be teeing it up as well as how they fair against the competition.
Luke Donald (BMW PGA Championship)- The Bears Club resident has dominated the event over the past few years. He enters this week as the two-time defending champion at the BMW PGA Championship. In addition to his back-to-back titles here, he also had a runner up finish in 2010. With his success at the event he has to be the favorite this week to complete the hat-trick.
Rory Mcllroy (BMW PGA Championship)- Mcllroy is playing in this event for the sixth time in his career. The Palm Beach Gardens resident has seen little success though. He missed the cut at the event last year and his best finish is a fifth place finish in 2009. Despite his struggles, the world number two golfer is still looked at as a favorite and could very well get his first win of the season in England.
Charl Schwartzel (Crowne Plaza Invitational)- One of the international players not competing overseas this week is Schwartzel. The Old Palm resident is competing at Colonial for the first time but that is not necessarily a bad thing. Schwartzel played the Byron Nelson for the first time in his career last week and finished third. Schwartzel is already off to a good start this year state-side with three top 10 finishes to go along with his two top 10s in Europe.
Lee Westwood (BMW PGA Championship)- Westwood will be returning to his home country for an event for the first time since he moved to South Florida. The Old Palm resident has been on a tear as of late with four top 10 finishes in his last four events, including an eighth place finish two weeks ago at The Players Championship. This will be his 20th appearance at the BMW PGA Championship and he has finished second at the event in both 2000 and 2011.
Rickie Fowler (Crowne Plaza Invitational)- Fowler has improved every time he has played in this event since 2010. The Loxahatchee River resident finished fifth at Colonial last year but has had some struggles as of late. Since the Masters he has not cracked the top 30 in any tournament and will look to turn things around this week.
Going into this week, there have already been seven first time winners on the PGA Tour in the 2013 season. It started week one with Russell Henley’s victory at the Sony Open in Hawaii. Since then, six other golfers have recorded their first career victories on tour including Michael Thompson at the Honda Classic at PGA National and Billy Horschel and Derek Ernst in back-to-back weeks at the Zurich Classic and Wells Fargo Championship. Number eight can now be added to the list, as Sang-Moon Bae won his first event on the PGA tour this past weekend at the HP Byron Nelson Championship.
It was the third 1st time PGA Tour winner in last four events, this one coming at the TPC Four Seasons in Irving, Texas. Bae won by two shots over Tequesta resident Keegan Bradley. Bradley, the leader after 18, 36, and 54 holes was looking to become the first wire-to-wire winner at the Byron Nelson Championship since Tom Watson did it in 1980. After breaking the course record by shooting a 60 on Thursday, Bradley entered the final round with a one shot lead over Bae. Like he did the previous three days, Bae continued to chip away at Bradley’s lead. After carding three straight rounds of 66, Bae shot a one-under 69 on Sunday.
Playing together in the final pairing, Bae took the lead from Bradley on the par 4 third hole when he carded a birdie and Bradley carded a bogey. Bae birdied hole 5, 6, and 7 consecutively to stretch his lead to four shots. After a double bogey six on nine and a bogey on the par four 10th, the lead went back down to just one stroke. Bradley got back to even on the 15th hole after he carded a birdie and Bae carded a bogey but could not regain the lead. He missed a short birdie putt on 16 and bogeyed 17 as Bae went on to clinch his first PGA tour victory to go with his 11 international wins.
Old Palm resident Charl Schwartzel shot a final round 68 to finish third at 10-under. The 2011 Masters champion moved into the top 30 in the FedEx Cup standings with the third place finish.
For a complete final leaderboard from the HP Byron Nelson Classic, visit www.pgatour.com.