Ireland’s Shane Lowry labelled his BMW PGA Championship triumph on Sunday as “one for the good guys” in a swipe at the controversial LIV Golf Series.
Lowry pipped Jon Rahm and Rory McIlroy to the $2A million title at Wentworth on Sunday in a tournament trimmed to 54 holes after Friday’s play was postponed following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
Former US Open champion Rahm had set a testing clubhouse target of 16 under par following a brilliant final round of 62, featuring a back nine of just 29.
But Lowry responded with an eagle and five birdies of his own in a closing 65 to finish 17 under.
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Rewarded for his consistency, the former British Open winner did not record a single bogey throughout the event.
McIlroy found himself needing to eagle the 18th to…