13:25 Matteo MANASSERO Tyrrell HATTON Alexander LEVY
13:35 Rafa CABRERA-BELLO Oliver FISHER Alex NOREN
13:45 Brett RUMFORD Hennie OTTO Michael HOEY
13:55 Mikael LUNDBERG Morten Ørum MADSEN Fabrizio ZANOTTI
14:05 Graeme STORM Damien MCGRANE Benn BARHAM
14:15 Jérôme LANDO CASANOVA David LIPSKY Darren FICHARDT
14:30 Soren HANSEN Prom MEESAWAT Anthony WALL
14:40 Mark FOSTER Seve BENSON David DIXON
14:50 Chris DOAK Richard FINCH Greig HUTCHEON
15:00 Ricardo GONZALEZ Steve WEBSTER Matthew CORT
15:10 Søren KJELDSEN Richard GREEN Chris GANE
15:20 Matthew NIXON Lee SLATTERY Lucas BJERREGAARD
15:30 Bradley DREDGE Mike LORENZO-VERA David DRYSDALE
15:40 Jason PALMER Moritz LAMPERT Jaco VAN ZYL
Where to watch
Sky Sports 4 will be broadcasting live from Wentworth from 10am on Thursday and Friday and 12pm on Saturday and Sunday.
Wentworth West course hosted the 1953 Ryder Cup and then in 1956 the Canada Cup, the forerunner to today’s World Cup of Golf. Since then, it has hosted the World Matchplay between 1964 and 2007, and the PGA Championship since 1984.
The course record is 62, with the average 72-hole winning score sitting at 276.
Thursday: Round 1 18 holes start 7am
Friday: Round 2 18 holes start 7am
Saturday: Round 3 18 holes start approximately 8.30am
Sunday: Round 4 18 holes start approximately 8.30am
2014: Rory McIlroy (€4,750,000)
2013: Matteo Manassero (€4,750,000)
2012: Luke Donald (€4,513,497)
2011: Luke Donald (€4,464,800)
2010: Simon Khan (€4,553,916)
2009: Paul Casey (€4,553,916)
2008: Migel Angel Jiminez (€4,500,000)
2007: Anders Hansen (€4,382,595)
2006: David Howell (€4,216,750)
2005: Angel Cabrera (€4,006,000)
Thursday May 21: Some cloud, but will remain dry with long sunny spells and light winds.
Friday May 22: Predominantly dry, but with large amounts of cloud. A small chance of heavy showers later in the day.
Saturday May 23: Light winds and sunny spells.
Sunday May 24: Dry and bright start with rain spreading in the afternoon.
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