Shane Lowry claimed a narrow victory at the BMW PGA Championship on Sunday as golf completed a weekend at Wentworth

The tournament was suspended immediately on Thursday evening after news of the Queen's death was announced by Buckingham Palace.

Friday's play was also canceled before the DP World Tour - reduced to 54 holes - resumed at Wentworth on Saturday morning.

A two-minute silence was observed on the course at 9.50 am on Saturday, with staff, caddies, and players joining DP World Tour CEO Keith Pelley

while the proclamation of King Charles III was played on screens in the Master's Village. said on Sunday when presenting the trophy to Lowry.

“There was a lot of discussion on Friday about whether we should play the BMW PGA Championship this weekend, but we really felt we should.

"It's been a sad week for everyone in this country and worldwide. What Queen Elizabeth II represented was amazing.

Paul McGinley also felt it was the right decision to continue with the tournament at the weekend. "We will always remember this week