Billy Horschel dines with West Ham stars Mark Noble and Declan Rice after Wentworth win

Billy Horschel celebrates following his victory at the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth
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Horschel is only the second American to win this title after Arnold Palmer but the victory came too late to earn a Ryder Cup wildcard.

And the world No 28 admitted he had “added motivation” after not receiving a courtesy call from captain Steve Stricker last Wednesday.

“I was a little upset,” said Horschel. “I was a little ticked. “It gave me a little bit of fire in my butt – or my arse.”

Laurie Canter just missed a 15-foot birdie putt on the final green to force a playoff to finish joint runner-up with Jamie Donaldson and Kiradech Aphibarnrat.

Horschel poses with West Ham stars Declan Rice and Mark Noble following his Wentworth triumph
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