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Dominic Foos.

BMW Golfsport Ambassador.

Dominic Foos is one of the biggest emerging talents on the German golf scene, having set many records as a teenager. These include the best handicap ever achieved by a German golfer of +6.4. Foos turned professional on his 17th birthday and has been supported by BMW since June 2015.

Dominic
Foos.

Germany.

Foos was born in 1997 and first hit the headlines as a
12-year-old, when his handicap reached 0. For comparison: Tiger Woods was one year older when he became a scratch golfer. At the age of 15, Foos was already the number one amateur in the world in his age group, and the top German amateur in the men’s game. Many national and international victories were to follow, including two titles at the
German International Boys Amateur Championship and a triumph at the French International Boys Championship – becoming the youngest player to win both tournaments. Foos turned pro on his 17th birthday in September 2014, and is now taking the next step in his career with BMW.

BMW enjoys an excellent reputation around the world as a partner of golf, and I am proud to now be a part of that.
FACTS & FIGURES
Date of birth 3rd September 1997
Birthplace Karlsruhe (Germany)
Height 1,77 meters
Weight 71 kg
Place of residence Dubai
Turned pro 2014
Tournament wins 2015 Gant Open (Challenge Tour -
youngest Challenge Tour winner to date)
Best finish on the European Tour 2014 Commercial Bank Qatar Masters, 16th place (as amateur)
2011 - 2014 Member of the German national amateur team
2013 Number one in the German amateur ranking list for men (in age of 15 years)
2013
Winner of German International Boys
2013 Winner of the International Boys (youngest winner to date)
2013 Winner German Junior Championship
2012 Member of European team at Junior Ryder Cup
2012 Winner of German International Boys (youngest winner to date)
2012 Winner of German Matchplay Championship (youngest winner to date)