The four-time key winner has a mixed record at Wentworth although rory McIlroy will undoubtedly be among the headline attractions at the BMW PGA Championship.
As the renowned West Course welcomes an additional star-studded 21, the Northern Irishman will create his appearance at Tour headquarters.
McIlroy won the championship a success which started a summer, including two significant names – another USPGA Championship and The Open.
However there also have been four cuts, though a last round that was bothersome saw him end.
We take a look whatsoever McIlroy’s past visits to Wentworth…
A 19-year-old McIlroy created his first visit as an expert during his first season.
But while Miguel Angel Jimenez appeared with Oliver Wilson, McIlroy did not create the weekend.
The Northern Irishman ending was, seen by an opening par 74, followed with a 77 at seven over.
New from a professional win in an appearance along with the Dubai Desert Classic at the Masters, the world positions were being rapidly climbed by McIlroy and also his trip to Wentworth was impressive.
Following a round 70 on Friday along with having an opening level-par 72, McIlroy shot up the leaderboard due to some seven-under 65 – that comprised eight birdies – about moving to surge into contention.
Despite his best efforts he was unable to bridge the deficit on the last round as promptly chief Paul Casey held firm to secure a one-shot victory over compatriot Ross Fisher.
McIlroy made the cut for the second year running after placing a introduction 74 to card supporting him a 69 in the next round.
But, back-to-back 73s watched him end in a share for standing as Simon Khan stormed because of a final to a surprise victory.
a 76 set McIlroy back and exceeded his hopes with a first victory only to demonstrate resolve and card a 70 to create the weekend.
An encouraging three-under 68 on Saturday was accompanied by a 73 since McIlroy finished in three over par – a nine shots behind Luke Donald, who defeated Lee Westwood in a play-off after a duel that was memorable at the 18th.
McIlroy went to Wentworth No 1 to miss a straight cut after two forgettable rounds of 74 and 79 to end nine over.
It cost him his position at the summit of this game as Donald successfully defended his title with a margin of victory.
McIlroy was one of a multitude of players to overlook the weekend’s actions, such as Graeme McDowell, Ian Poulter and also Donald, with the next round in particular played in moist and cold conditions.
He endured another poor start, carding a two-over 74, as a 75 saw him miss the cut five over par and his battles continued to the Friday.
Matteo Manassero became the youngest winner of the tournament since the highly-rated Italian won a fourth European Tour title over Marc Warren and former winner Khan.
As a course which had proved so tough was tamed by McIlroy A into the championship finished with an fightback triumph.
On the eve of this championship he disclosed he’d decided to break off his engagement into Caroline Wozniacki, days.
An opening four-under 68 was just good enough to become six shots supporting leader Thomas Bjorn, and there appeared also a 71 to have left McIlroy too big a mountain to climb on the weekend.
It’s McIlroy round that lives in the memory although A 69 lifted hopes of a European Tour title.
He even shot a six-under 66 to get a victory, his first professional success in continental Europe.
McIlroy returned to Wentworth and on the rear of two victories but that was not sufficient to stop him enduring a missed cut.
A one-under 71 was followed by an 78 in the entire world overlook the weekend and to complete at five-over par.
McIlroy created an exceptional start, following an opening-round 67 with a 65 to take a three-shot lead.
But he was unable to conquer his kind of the first two rounds plus a third-round 71 watched him enter the final day.
Since Molinari pulled clear the frustration continued on the Sunday. As he shut on 15 under par mcIlroy reduced the deficit to 3 chambers but abandoned his putt short on the green.
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