BMW International Open 2017


19 - 23 June 2019. Golfclub München Eichenried.

BMW INTERNATIONAL OPEN. 19 - 23 June 2019. Golfclub München Eichenried.


Back home.

With the BMW International Open, BMW started their commitment to pro golf, which has long since made BMW one of the most important golf partners in the world. BMW has hosted the most iconic European Tour tournament on German soil since 1989.


Since 2019, the BMW International Open has once again been a permanent guest at Golfclub München Eichenried. A total of 61,000 attendees experienced world-class golf and a Bavarian feel-good atmosphere at the 31st edition of the tournament: Starting with the Tee-Off night in the Englischer Garten, through the “Bavarian Day” and the players’ party “Almrauschen by BMW Golfsport” to a memorable Sunday final with a playoff.

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BMW International Open Winner


2019 winner.

Andrea Pavan (-15, 273 shots) is the winner of the 31st BMW International Open. The Italian showed the strongest nerves on an extremely hard-fought final day and eventually clinched the title at Germany’s most iconic golf tournament in the eighth play-off in the tournament’s history. He birdied the second play-off hole to defeat England’s Matthew Fitzpatrick, who had to settle for second place. 

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The win feels a bit unreal, because this is one of the best events on the European Tour.”
Andrea Pavan


The 31st BMW International Open had everything that has made the tournament one of the most popular events on the European Tour for three decades: a fantastic supporting programme, gripping golf and a very thrilling finish. At the end, two players in particular had reason to celebrate: Gaganjeet Bhullar, who won the Hole-in-One Award BMW M8 Competition Coupé, and Andrea Pavan, who celebrated the biggest triumph of his career to date in a turbulent final round.
BMW International Open 2019 Highlights
BMW International Open 2019 Highlights
BMW International Open Tee Off


The opening of the BMW International Open 2019 right in the heart of Munich was a star-studded affair, held in good spirits on Tuesday evening. Following as enjoyable cycle ride through the English Garden, golf stars Martin Kaymer, Sergio García, Matt Wallace and Thorbjørn Olesen were joined by BMW M Brand Ambassador Lena Gercke, actor Jan Josef Liefers, Olympic luge champion Felix Loch, and BMW works driver Bruno Spengler and gave the Tee-Off Night the glamour it deserved.

BMW International Open 2019 Ergebnis


The BMW International Open final was a thriller. It was still wide open until well into the final round. The fact that it ended with a playoff and a glance at the leaderboard show just how hard-fought the Sunday was: No fewer than seven players – defending champion Matt Wallace, Rafa Cabrera Bello, Edoardo Molinari, Jordan Smith, Matthias Schwab, Alvaro Quiros and Christiaan Bezuidenhout – finished tied for third place, two shots behind the winner.