Welcome back to Golf District. Here's some news for you about Shane Lowry. Shane Lowry has said his triumph in the BMW PGA Champion was "one for the good guys" as the rift in between LIV Golf and the established tours continues to grow. Lowry was outspoken in his views about LIV Golf players teeing it up in the BMW PGA Champion at Wentworth. The Irishman said, "there are certain guys that I can't stand being here, to be sincere, and I do not like that they're here."
Lowry's words included pressure on him to carry out, with 17 LIV gamers on the field at Wentworth.
Although Patrick Reed and Talor Gooch mounted tough difficulties from LIV, the defend the title come down to a three-way fight between Lowry, Rory McIlroy, and Jon Rahm – two other players who have been vital of LIV. Lowry birdied the 18th hole to secure a one-shot victory over Rahm and McIlroy and took a swipe at the LIV players at Wentworth. Lowry went bogey-free over the 54 holes and was happy with how he handled the pressure of overhauling Rahm – who surged through the field to publish the clubhouse lead – and fending off McIlroy.On his birdie on 18, Lowry said: "It is one of the best shots I have ever struck. A 5-iron from 217 yards was quite unique. I did not handle to hole the putt and I do not understand how Rory's missed but I am pretty delighted it did!" In associated news, Shane Lowry snapped a three-year run without a win with dazzling success at the BMW PGA Champion. The Irishman has an exceptional record at Wentworth, and he went bogey-free through the entire competition – albeit one decreased to 54 holes on account of the post ponement of Friday's play following the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Lowry perhaps timed his run to excellence, as he hit the lead outright on the 54th hole and Rory McIlroy was not able to final an eagle on the last as he turned up one shot shy along with Jon Rahm.
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