Matteo Manassero has become the youngest ever winner of the BMW PGA Championship at just 20 years and 37 days after a four hole play-off including Simon Khan and Marc Warren.

 •Manassero birdied fourth extra hole to win having gone 4, 5, 4, 4 in the play-off
 •Simon Khan found the water at 18 fourth time round posting figures of 4, 5, 4, 6
 •Marc Warren fell out of the play-off on the first extra hole after his drive found the trees at 18
 
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07:44

Matteo Manassero has become the youngest ever winner of the BMW PGA Championship at just 20 years and 37 days after a four hole play-off including Simon Khan and Marc Warren.

  • Manassero birdied fourth extra hole to win having gone 4, 5, 4, 4 in the play-off
  • Simon Khan found the water at 18 fourth time round posting figures of 4, 5, 4, 6
  • Marc Warren fell out of the play-off on the first extra hole after his drive found the trees at 18
  • This was the longest sudden death play-off in BMW PGA Championship history

Re-live all of the final day action below courtesy of our #ETLiveBlog

19:00

That just about does it as the light begins to fade at Wentworth. And what a fabulous week it has been; many thanks for joining us here on #ETLiveBlog. From the wild, wet opening rounds of Thursday and Friday, when around 40,000 hardy souls braved the brutal weather to come out and watch, to the wonderful sun-drenched weekend, it has truly been a week to remember. None more so than for 20 year old Matteo Manassero, who was such a worthy winner of this flagship event. Enjoy and...

18:04

Some numbers about Manassero’s astonishing victory this week. This is his fourth European Tour International Schedule triumph in just his 82nd ET event, therefore averaging just 20.5 events per win in his extraordinary, embryonic career. It will move him into the top 30 of the Official World Golf Ranking from 57th and this week’s is his fourth victory in four consecutive seasons, matching the current European Tour record for most back-to-back winning years held by Ian Poulter and Louis Oosthuizen. Mesmeric Matteo.

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