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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 289
THE MOMENT A tale of two weekends RORY McIlroy began the final round of the BMW PGA Championship sharing the lead with the steady Francesco Molinari and it was seemingly the Northern Irishman’s title to lose, having brought Wentworth to its knees during the first two rounds. But a second consecutive bogey-free round delivered Molinari his fifth European Tour victory to equal Constantino Rocca for the most victories by an Italian, while McIlroy’s birdie-birdie finish to claim second on his own did little to temper the former World No.1’s frustrations over a weekend where he failed to break 70. “I get a bit down on myself because my expectations are high and with a 36-hole lead, I should have closed it out this week but that's not taking anything away from Francesco,” McIlroy said. “He played a great weekend and bogey-free around here is some playing – he deserved the win.” E THE MOLINARI & MCILROY DUEL IN PICTURES
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