Entry conditions.

The BMW Golf Cup International is designed for amateurs.

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).


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Each nation determines a winner in each category at qualification tournaments in the respective home countries. 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.

At the World Final, three rounds are played in each category (Stableford, net) according to the rules of golf by the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews and the local golf club. There will be a cut after round 2. In the event of a tie for the first individual place after 54 holes, the winner will be decided by a sudden death play-off (based on net scores). In the event of a tie for any of the other places, the result will be determined on countback.

Individual winners and the best team (the individual net scores of the players from each country after two rounds will be added together) are crowned.