Francesco Laporta of Italy leads the BMW PGA Championship after 54 holes at Wentworth Golf Club in England.
Francesco had a third round -3 under par 69 to lead the BMW PGA Championship by one shot at -14 under par;
“The crowd is amazing and I’m just looking forward to playing tomorrow and seeing all the crowds.”
“It will be tough, it will be tough, but I like to be under pressure. This is what we play for.”
Laurie Canter of England holds second place at -13 under after his third round -2 under par 70.
Four players are then tied in third spot at -12 under par, Billy Horschel, USA, -3 under 69 today, Jamie Donaldson, Wales, also -3 under 69, Adam Scott, Australia, -2 under 70, and Christiaan Bezuidenhout, South Africa with -4 under 68.
Billy would love to win here;
“There’s tournaments as pros that we want to win, the Players, the Majors, maybe a few others but as an American, you don’t usually say a tournament on the European Tour.”
“To win the BMW PGA Championship would be equal to me as a Players Championship.”
“When I first came over two years ago, I fell in love with the golf course, which I knew I would.”
“The fans have been great to me. The support has been great this year, even knowing I have support for West Ham.”
“It’s become one of those tournaments after two years ago that I wanted to win and so to get that victory tomorrow, if it happens, would be tremendous.”