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Andy Sullivan carded last day’s lowest lap at Wentworth

Andy Sullivan feels he’s getting the reward for his new approach to golf after arriving late in the rankings at the BMW PGA Championship.

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Sullivan went into the final lap seven shots behind but threatened the lead on his way to a day round 65 where he mixed eight birdies with a bogey to take third and five shots back from Tyrrell Hatton.

The world number 90 got into competition after watching the third birdie and making an 8-foot eagle on the next, with two consecutive wins starting on the seventh, followed by birdies on the 12th and 14th to keep him within a lead to move.

Sullivan's third place is his fourth top 10 in his last nine starts

Sullivan's third place is his fourth top 10 in his last nine starts

Sullivan’s third place is his fourth top 10 in his last nine starts

A persistent pitch just in front of the 15th green was a premature mistake and resulted in his only bogey of the round. Sullivan then used the final par-5 to end the week at 14 under.

“I thought I had to do something extraordinary today,” Sullivan said. “I felt pretty close to it in some places today. Unfortunately, there are only a few too many left to catch up. ”

Sullivan won the English Championship at Hanbury Manor in August

Sullivan won the English Championship at Hanbury Manor in August

Sullivan won the English Championship at Hanbury Manor in August

“I think it took a world pandemic to realize how much an idiot I was on the golf course. It actually puts a lot of things into perspective. I really enjoyed being home with the family and spending time with them, and there are a lot worse things to do than being on a golf course.

“I’ll just go ahead and get back to the game and do my best. It’s easy to enjoy when you shoot 65, I won’t lie. I’ve had a lot of fun lately and I think it’s shown in golf too. ”

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Ian Poulter scored a bogey-free 68 and finished the week in fifth place ahead of fellow countryman Eddie Pepperell, who got his best result of 2020 on a three-under-69 card.

“Today was probably the best I’ve played all week,” said Pepperell. “I hit a bad tee shot on the 15th, but before that point I hit the ball really, very well and could have been a few more.” [under] indeed.

Pepperell jumped from 97th to 48th place in the Race to Dubai ranking

Pepperell jumped from 97th to 48th place in the Race to Dubai ranking

Pepperell jumped from 97th to 48th place in the Race to ranking

“I just missed a couple of putts. I didn’t play with the driver today. I had a pretty rigid game plan out there. I knew where my weaknesses were at the moment and I never just wanted to expose them. ”Today. It’s been a good week and I’ve gotten along pretty well.

“I’m going to play Fairmont in Scotland next week and I’m not sure from there. I hope this got me into DP World [Tour Championship]. It would be nice if it did. ”

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