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BMW GOLF CUP INTERNATIONAL.

Once in a lifetime.

BMW GOLF CUP INTERNATIONAL.

Once in a lifetime.

BMW Golf Cup International.Once in a lifetime.

The largest international tournament series for amateur golfers.

Every one of the 100,000 amateur golfers who tee off around the world in the BMW Golf Cup International has this magnificent opportunity in mind: qualification for the World Final, to which the BMW has invited the top performers from each country since 1995. A unique event, which far eclipses the standards of an everyday amateur competition. Together with their companions, the participants from roughly 50 countries are treated to an international, professional-standard tournament on breath-taking golf courses, fascinating evening and off-course events, and friendly encounters with golf fans from around the planet. The international highlight is just one of many reasons behind the unbowed popularity of this series of tournaments. Just like professional BMW tournaments, the national qualification tournaments feature precisely the same charm and class, for which BMW has been renowned as a global golf partner for decades.

THE HISTORY OF THE BMW GOLF CUP INTERNATIONAL.

The foundations for the BMW Golf Cup International were laid in England in 1982: BMW organised the BMW Invitation Tournament for the first time. Amateurs were invited by various BMW dealers and played six regional tournaments, which were followed by the final at the famous Belfry golf course just outside Birmingham.

 

In 1992 the BMW Invitation Tournament was integrated in the BMW Golf Cup International. This had been founded five years earlier, but was only played in the home of BMW, Germany. Three years later the competition had flourished to such an extent that the World Final celebrated its premiere in Portugal.

 

Today, 30 years later, it is clear to see how this tournament series has developed. In Germany alone, more than 10,000 golfers compete in the qualification tournaments for the World Final. Roughly 100,000 amateur golfers from about 50 countries compete around the world.

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The tournament series is open to golfers who are members of an internationally recognised national association through their golf club. The tournament is divided into three handicap classes: Men A (up to handicap 12), Men B (handicap 13 to 28), Ladies (up to handicap 28). Each nation determines a winner in each category at qualification tournaments in the respective home countries, organised by BMW Dealerships. The number and format of these qualification tournaments can vary in the individual countries. However, one aspect remains the same in all participating nations: the victorious trio travels to the World Final, which is played at one of the most beautiful golf courses in the world.

MOST RECENT WORLD FINALS.

Season
Winners
Golf Club (Venue)
Host Country
2016
Thailand
Emirates Golf Club
Dubai
2015
Taiwan
Fancourt Golf Resort
South Africa
2014
China
New South Wales Golf Club
Australia
2013
South Africa
Blue Canyon Country Club
Thailand
2012
South Africa
Fancourt Golf Resort
South Africa
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