Francesco Molinari, Italy, Scott Jamieson, Scotland and Thomas Pieters, Belgium share the 36 hole lead at the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.
Thomas, -3 under 69 today, Francesco, -2 under 70, and Scott, also -2 under 70 today, all share the top spot of the BMW PGA Championship leaderboard with -7 under par totals after 36 holes at Wentworth.
Thomas said his putter did not work so well today, but he was happy with the outcome;
“I hit a lot more greens today. Didn’t make as many putts as yesterday but that’s always going to happen.”
“So I’m quite happy about today.”
Scott summed up what a win here would mean for him;
“I’m delighted, especially with the way it started.”
“I’m not in any of the majors this year so this is as big as it gets. This is the pinnacle of my season.”
“It’s huge, it’s our flagship event. It would start opening up doors that have been closed for a few years. You want to challenge yourself against the world’s best and we don’t get to do that every week, but we do this week.”
Alone in fourth place is Maximilian Kieffer, of Germany, who carded the low round of the day, -4 under 68, he is just one back at -6 under par for the tournament.