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New Zealand’s Ryan Fox wins BMW PGA Championship

WENTWORTH: New Zealand’s Ryan Fox won the BMW PGA Championship with a superb final round fightback to ruin the title dreams of rising star Ludvig Aberg at Wentworth on Sunday.

Fox began the day three shots behind overnight leader Aberg and a triple-bogey seven on the third hole appeared to have taken him out of contention.

But the 36-year-old covered his last 13 holes in eight under for a closing 67.

Fox’s 18-under final total gave him a one-shot victory over playing partner Aaron Rai and Tyrrell Hatton.

“I don’t really know what to think at the moment to be honest,” Fox said after his fourth DP World Tour title.

“It’s not a tournament that has treated me very well in the past, although I’ve loved coming here. I don’t know what changed today but it’s pretty special to make a birdie on the last to win.

“To have a back nine like that, especially after how I started the day, it’s amazing. I played great and pretty much didn’t miss a shot from the third hole onwards.”

Rai missed a long eagle putt on the 18th which could have given him the title or at least forced a play-off.

World No. 3 Jon Rahm, who had been runner-up on each of his two previous appearances at Wentworth, carded a 68 to claim fourth place on 16 under.

Sweden’s Aberg, who had been seeking successive tournament victories in just his 10th event as a professional, held a two-shot lead after 54 holes.

But the 23-year-old sensation slumped to a closing 76, including two double bogeys in the space of three holes.

Aberg, whose victory in the final qualifying event earned him a Ryder Cup wild card, admitted failing to close out victory would “sting for a long time.”

“It was quite difficult out there and I made a few stupid mistakes where I missed on the