Italy's Francesco Molinari sprays champagne as he celebrates after winning the BMW PGA Championship. Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
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Italian Francesco Molinari won the PGA Championship title at Wentworth Sunday as Rory McIlroy faded in the final round to miss out on the chance of victory in the European Tour's flagship tournament for the second time. The pair started the day level on 13 under par and while Molinari carded a flawless 68 to finish at 17 under, McIlroy's 70 left him two shots adrift in second place despite birdies at the last two holes.McIlroy, four-times major champion, wasted a birdie opportunity on the second hole and Molinari birdied the third and fourth to move two clear.
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