On May 27，the 2018 BMW PGA comes to an end at Wentworth with the 35-year-old Italian Francesco Molinari winning the PGA Championship by two shots from the former world No.1 Rory McIlroy.
As the runner-up of last year’s event, Molinari finished with a 17–under-par total of 271, claiming his fifth victory in the European Tour. He is also the third Italian winner in this history of European PGA Championship. Rory Mcllroy finished runner-up at the event. Chinese player Li Haotong was tied for 43th with a total of 285 strokes and Wu Ashun was tied for 64th with a total of 290 strokes.
After the match ended, Chairman of Reignwood Group, Mr. Yanbin, Member of the Board of Management of BMW, Ian Robertson, Managing Director for BMW Group UK, Graeme Grieve and Chairman of the PGA European Tour David Williams jointly attended the European Championship Awarding Ceremony, marking the end of the 6-day long BMW PGA Championship.