2015 winner: Pablo Larrazábal
Pablo Larrazábal won the 2015 BMW International Open with a score of 17 under par (271 shots). A high-quality final round saw the Spaniard produce the second-lowest round of the day (six under) to fend off an inspired late surge from world number seven Henrik Stenson (-16, 272, seven under for the day). Victory in Munich is the fourth on the European Tour for the 32-year-old. Larrazábal now takes his place among a very select group: in the 27-year history of the BMW International Open, only Paul Azinger (USA, 1990 & 1992) and Thomas Bjorn (Denmark, 2000 & 2002) had previously won the iconic German tournament more than once. Third place, behind Larrazábal and Stenson, went to 29-year-old Englishman Chris Paisley (-15, 273).