Great performance by Tommaso Perrino who ranked second with 148 (72 76, +4) shots in the G4D Tour @ BMW PGA Championship, eighth of the nine seasonal races of the G4D Tour which was won by the English Kipp Popert, number one in the World Ranking for Golfers with Disability (WR4GD), with a score of 143 (74 69, -1).
G4D Tour BMW PGA Championship, results
On the course of the Wentworth Club (par 72), at Virginia Water in England, where the prestigious BMW PGA Championship will take place from Thursday 14th to Sunday 17th, the Irishman Brendan Lawlor in third place with 149 (+5) and the Spaniard in fourth Juan Postigo Arce with 150 (+6).
Fifth place for the Canadian Kurtis Barkley with 155 (+11), and sixth for the American Chris Biggins, with 156 (+12). The Englishman Kipp Popert, thanks to an excellent final round of 69 (-3, five birdies and two bogeys), managed to defend the title won in the previous edition, effectively confirming his dominance on the circuit with four successes in the seven events last year year and four this season.
Good performance by Tommaso Perrino, number five in the world rankings of the category, who after a first round of 72 (par) which saw him as the leader, in the second round with a 76 (+4) had to give way to Popert, maintaining in any case the second step of the podium.
The Italian, together with the Englishman, will be among the protagonists of the All Star Match, the show that will anticipate the 44th edition of the Ryder Cup on Wednesday 27 September at the Marco Simone Golf & Country Club (Guidonia Montecelio – Rome), which for the first Once in history it will take place in Italy (29 September - 1 October).
The G4D Tour, a circuit now in its second season and reserved for disabled players, is promoted by the DP World Tour with the aim of increasingly highlighting the inclusiveness of a sport open to all. The PGA Tour is an organization that hosts major professional golf tours in the United States.
It is headquartered in Ponte Vedra Beach, a suburb of Jacksonville, Florida. Its official name is written in all capital letters, namely "PGA TOUR".