SOURCE: Bruno Wang Taiwan
LONDON--(Marketwire - July 24, 2012) - Bruno Wang, a lifelong fan of film, music, anime and of course sporting competitions, has been spending a large amount of time in England and in other parts of the United Kingdom during the summer of 2012. Mr. and Mrs. Wang have spent time at the 2012 London Film and Comic Con, at Wimbledon and they will also be attending the 2012 Summer Olympics that open on Friday. However, Bruno Wang would like to alert the public to his experience of attending the 2012 British Open, otherwise known as The Open Championship.
Mr. and Mrs. Wang were privileged to be able to attend The Open Championship that was held at Royal Lytham & St. Annes in Lancashire, which is located in the northwest portion of the country. The British Open has been held at this stunning course several times in the past, but the finish to this championship was as memorable to those who were in attendance as any in recent memory. There were strong charges at the end, there was another strong performance by Tiger Woods and there were young names who showed well throughout the weekend.
However, the 2012 Open Championship will be remembered most of all for the collapse of the leader Adam Scott with four holes to go. Mr. Scott was looking for his first major championship, and the crowd was rooting for him because he was playing so well. Unfortunately, he bogeyed the last four holes of the tournament to lose the title. It was an emotional scene that included Scott holding back tears as he finished.
While many people felt much in the way of sympathy and empathy for Adam Scott, there was also some cheer present when it was Ernie Els, a long-time crowd favorite, who emerged as the winner. Many people were comparing this tournament to the 1999 British Open, which featured the collapse of Jean Van de Velde, who held a three-stroke lead on the final hole only to lose it with a triple-bogey. Overall, it was an emotional weekend for Bruno Wang in London and he and his wife look forward to a continued summer of memories later this week with the start of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. Mr. Wang will be providing updates regarding those experiences on his Web site and his Facebook profile.