The BMW PGA Championship at least looks in rude health.
After a week of perfect weather, it had to be the good old British rain that did it.
Scott Jamieson duly trotted out the obvious positive about his week at Wentworth – but you could tell his heart wasn’t quite in it.
Scott Jamieson’s dreams of a BMW PGA Championship title came apart in the space of four holes of his third round at Wentworth with five strokes lost to knock him out of the lead.
Scott Jamieson faced down his first crisis at Wentworth and came flying out the other side, but he know he’s got more coming if he’s to win the BMW PGA Championship.
His brand new bag has “too many Rangers colours” and his name spelled wrongly, but nothing is spoiling Richie Ramsay’s mood going into the weekend at Wentworth.
Michael Lawrie needed a summer job before he goes to University but he’s not going to be waiting tables or mucking on a building site.
Russell Knox thinks the BMW PGA Championship should be promoted as a world event that attracts the best players to cross the globe.
Justin Rose has put his near loss at Augusta to bed and is ready to have a massive summer as he celebrates the event where he went from autograph hunter to giver.
Wentworth, despite the best attempts of many different “stakeholders” retains a certain magic for British golf fans.