BMW PGA Championship Tee Times 2023 - Fourth Round

Ludvig Aberg will try to beat off competition from Ryder Cup team-mates to win his second pro tournament in three weeks

Ludvig Aberg in action in the third round of the BMW PGA Championship
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If anyone had any doubts over Ludvig Aberg's captain's pick for the Ryder Cup, they have surely been scotched by his stunning form at Wentworth.

The Swede, who only turned pro in June, goes into the final day top of the leaderboard at Wentworth after his second successive 66 left him 16-under and kept him ahead of the pack, which includes several European team-mates. 

Two shots back is popular Englishman Tommy Fleetwood, who is also in Luke Donald's Europe team for Rome and will be in the final group alongside Aberg and Connor Syme when they tee off at 10.30am. Behind them is Jon Rahm, who feels he can compete for the DP World Tour's biggest title at 12-under if he shoots the lights out on Sunday which the world No.3 is well capable of. 

Elsewhere, Scotland's Syme and New Zealand's Ryan Fox are in the shake up at 14-under and 13-under respectively. Donald will also be hoping Ryder Cup players Tyrrell Hatton and Sepp Straka , who are both 11-under, can finish high up the leaderboard. Play gets underway from 8.30am when Andy Sullivan tees off with Darius Van Ariel and Mikael Lindberg. They are playing off the ninth in a two tee start amid a bad weather forecast for later.

Other players to look out for at Wentworth include Rory McIlroy, who tees off at 8.40am with Alexander Bjork and Jorge Campillo following the Irishman's third round 67. European stalwart McIlroy is in the group ahead of Matt Fitzpatrick who will be looking to improve on his third round 71.

Adrian Meronk, who shot an opening 67, has the potential to embarrass Donald, who overlooked him for a wildcard, if he finishes strongly on Sunday after narrowly missing out on being selected for Rome which he admitted left him "shocked" and "angry"

Here are the tee times for Sunday's action at the BMW Championship:


Round Four - BST (* indicates starting on the 9th tee)

  • 8.10am (*) - Andy Sullivan, Darius van Driel, Mikael Lindberg
  • 8.20am (*) - Thorbjorn Olesen, Justin Rose, Masahiro Kawamura
  • 8.30am (*) - Johannes Veerman, Danny Willett, Santiago Tarrio
  • 8.40am (*) - Rafa Cabrero Bello, Robin Sciot-Siergris, Daan Huizing
  • 8.50am (*) - David Law, Louis De Jager, Marcel Schneider
  • 9.00am (*) - Shubhankar Sharma, Aaron Cockerill, Tom McKibbin
  • 9.10am (*) - Sebastian Soderberg, Robert MacIntyre, Nicolas Colsaerts
  • 9.20am (*) - Matt Wallace, Matthew Jordan, Luke Donald
  • 9.30am (*) -  Adri Arnaus, Sami Valimaki, Alex Fitzpatrick
  • 9.40am (*) - Nicolai Hojgaard, Jordan Smith, Kalle Samooja
  • 9.50am (*) - Dan Bradbury, Daniel Brown, Jeremy Freiburghaus
  • 10.00am (*) - Calum Hill, Hurly Long, Scott Jamieson
  • 10.10am (*) - Ashun Wu, Oliver Wilson, Zander Lombard
  • 8.20am - Jason Scrivener, Adrian Otaegui
  • 8.30am - Lukas Nemecz, Julien Brun
  • 8.40am - Rory McIlroy, Alexander Bjork, Jorge Campillo
  • 8.50am - Matthew Baldwin, Matt Fitzpatrick, Pablo Larrazabal
  • 9.00am - Vincent Norrman, Yannik Pauk, Tom Hoge
  • 9.10am - Adrian Meronk, Oliver Beker, Joost Luiten
  • 9.20am - Hennie du Plessis, Min Woo Lee, James Morrison
  • 9.30am - Richie Ramsay, Romain Langasque, Rasmus Hojgaard
  • 9.40am - Adam Scott, Shane Lowry, Thomas Detry
  • 9.50am - Tom Kim, Rikuya Hoshino, Billy Horschel
  • 10.00am - Viktor Hovland, Sepp Straka, Marcus Helligkilde
  • 10.10am - Tyrrell Hatton, Nathan Kimsey, Jon Rahm
  • 10.20am - Aaron Rai, Ryan Fox, Callum Shinkwin
  • 10.30am - Tommy Fleetwood, Connor Syme, Ludvig Aberg
James Nursey

James Nursey is a freelance contributor to Golf Monthly after spending over 20 years as a sports reporter in newspapers. During a 17-year career with the Daily Mirror, he covered mainly football but reported from The Open annually and also covered a Ryder Cup and three US Opens. He counts a pre-tournament exclusive with Justin Rose at Merion in 2013 as one of his most memorable as the Englishman went on to win his first Major and later repeated much of the interview in his winner’s speech.  Now, after choosing to leave full-time work in newspapers, James, who is a keen single-figure player, is writing about golf more.  His favourite track is the Old Course after attending St Andrews University but has since played mainly at Edgbaston, where he is a member. James’ golfing highlights include a hole-in-one and previously winning the club championship and scratch knock-out at Edgbaston. He is also an active member of the Association of Golf Writers and Press Golfing Society, for whom he has represented in matches. But he is just as happy hitting balls or playing the odd hole with his young daughter at their local club Shrewsbury.

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