On May 25, the European Tour’s flagship event and the first of Rolex Series event of the 2018 season -- the BMW PGA Championship, ended its first round at Wentworth, London. By far,
Lucas Bjerregaard continued his recent good form with a bogey-free 65 to take a one-shot lead after day one of the BMW PGA Championship. A five-under 67 left the former World No. 1 McIlroy in a tie for fourth, only two shots off the lead held by the Dane Lucas Bjerregaard.
Chinese Players Li Haotong returned to the European Tour with Wu Ashun. The world No. 46 Chinese player Li Haotong played in this event for four years on end and earlier this year, he beat Rory McIlroy in a duel at the Dubai Desert Classic.
Located in the suburbs of London and covering an area of 300 acres, the Wentworth Golf Club, with nearly 100 years of history, is an important witness of British golf culture. Among its courses, the one designed by the legendary designer Harry Colt in 1920s was the venue of many international professional golf events. The headquarters of the PGA European Tour are located at the club, and each year it hosts the Tour's BMW PGA Championship. In 2016, Reignwood Group carried out a series of upgrading projects on the court to bring vitality to it, winning high acclamation from competing players.