BMW International Open 2017


21 – 25 June 2017. Golfclub München Eichenried.


21 – 25 June 2017. Golfclub München Eichenried.

BMW INTERNATIONAL OPEN 2017. 21 – 25 June 2017. Golfclub München Eichenried.

It was with the BMW International Open that BMW launched its involvement in professional golf. Since then, BMW has become one of the sport’s most important global partners. BMW has organised the longest-spanning European Tour event on German soil since 1989. For many years, the BMW International Open was held near the company headquarters in Munich. In 2012, the tournament teed off at Golf Club Gut Lärchenhof, near Cologne, for the first time. Since then, the two venues have taken it in turns to host the tournament.

The 29th edition of the BMW International Open also promised to be a sporting highlight. Reigning Masters champion Sergio García, current Open champion Henrik Stenson and two-time Majors winner Martin Kaymer were joined by a top-quality field, and there was plenty to discover away from the golf course too. Visitors were spoiled for choice in the Public Area, with a range of culinary delights and entertainment options.

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2017 winner.

Argentina’s Andrés Romero claimed victory in a thrilling finale at the 29th BMW International Open. Romero, 837th in the world rankings, recorded the best round on the final day (-7) to secure his first win at the BMW International Open and the tenth win of his professional career. This was not the first time that he had tasted victory in Germany, having won in Hamburg in 2007.

“I am really happy to win on the European Tour again after ten years. I would like to thank BMW for inviting me to play in this fantastic event. This is a life-changing moment.”
Andrés Romero
 Highlights Film 2017



Around 64,500 spectators experienced top-class golf from 21st to 25th June at the Golfclub München Eichenried. The stars of the sport provided the fans with outstanding golf and memorable moments on all four days. Players and spectators alike enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere in Eichenried and were treated to soaring summer temperatures.


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Tommy Fleetwood and Bernd Wiesberger enjoy a dance with Thomas Bjørn, discuss underwear with Sergio García, and have fun with Henrik Stenson, Max Kieffer, Rafa Cabrera Bello and many more.


The BMW International Open is far more than just another golf tournament. Not only can visitors watch world-class golfers in action, but the experience continues beyond the golf course. All the highlights from the BMW range are also on display.



There are opportunities for golfers young and old to get active, whilst roughly 70 exhibitors are on hand to provide information on all issues surrounding the game of golf. There is also a relaxing beer garden with a varied entertainment programme – and a big screen to ensure the fans miss none of the key action.

 BMW International Open 2017 Endstand


After a thrilling four-way battle, it was Argentina’s Andrés Romero who claimed victory. He went round in 271 strokes (-17) and triumphed ahead of the hotly-tipped Masters champion Sergio García from Spain, England’s Richard Bland and Belgium’s Thomas Detry (all -16). The best-placed German golfer was Nicolai von Dellingshausen, who shared 26th place. Martin Kaymer remains the only German to win the BMW International Open after victory in 2008, but he surprisingly failed to make the cut after two par rounds. Matteo Mannasero, Thomas Bjørn, José Maria Olazábal and Robert Karlsson also saw their participation in the tournament cut short. The trophy for the best amateur golfer went to 19-year-old Max Schmitt, who finished in 59th place overall.

BMW International Open