[u]06:30 3 Ball - Estes - O Hara - Jones[/u]
Estes - Whole of the first round bogey free - that is an impressive achievement.
O'Hara - A triple at the 15th cost him any chance of a reasonable score.
Jones - Will feel good after finishing with a pair of birdies
[b]Selection: Jones will move away the other two.[/b]
[u]06:41 3 Ball - Pagunsan - Pinckney - Cullen[/u]
Pagunsan - Will be encouraged by an opening 71. Might be as good as it gets.
Pinckney - Only hit 5 fairways so how he scored 68 is amazing.
Cullen - Going so well until he triple bogeyed the last. That isn't going to make his task any easier.
[b]Selection: Go with Cullen to overcome his last hole blues.[/b]
[u]06:52 3 Ball - Alker - Slattery - Thompson[/u]
Alker - Decent long game and isn't overly fazed by the occasion.
The BMW PGA Championship is the European Tour's flagship event. In existence since 1972, the event moved to its now permanent home of Wentworth in 1984. It's the only non-major event in England all season and given the dominance the Brits have on the game at present that's both disappointing and perplexing.
Wentworth (West Course), Surrey, England.
Par 72 -7,302 yards
Stroke Index in 2011 - 73.47 (Par 71)
Opened in 1926 and designed by Harry Colt, the West Course, also referred to as Burma Road, has undergone a series of alterations in recent years, under the supervision of Ernie Els, and the tinkering continued in 2012.
All the greens were remodelled in 2009/10 but the biggest change of all came on the par five...