BMW International Open 2017

30TH BMW INTERNATIONAL OPEN.

21 – 24 June 2018. Golf Club Gut Lärchenhof, Pulheim.

30TH BMW INTERNATIONAL OPEN.

21 – 24 June 2018. Golf Club Gut Lärchenhof, Pulheim.

30th BMW International Open.21 – 24 June 2018. Golf Club Gut Lärchenhof, Pulheim.

30TH BMW INTERNATIONAL OPEN.

Memorable Anniversary.

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.

 

2018 marked the celebration of an impressive anniversary: the 30th edition of the BMW International Open. Starting with the glamorous opening Tee-Off Night, culminating in a turbulent final Sunday with a tournament record and a dramatic finish, the tournament offered the 63,000 spectators everything they could wish for.

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BMW Sieger 2018

MATT WALLACE.

2018 winner.

Matt Wallace (278 strokes, -10) won the 30th BMW International Open after a gripping golfing thriller and in doing so denied local hero Martin Kaymer (-9) his second home win in a heart-stopping finale. It was the 28-year-old’s third win on the European Tour, and the biggest of his career to date, which he wrapped up with five birdies on the second nine holes in the final round.

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“It is brilliant to win here in Germany. The BMW International Open is such a great event and to play against the likes of Martin Kaymer and the guys at the top is great.”
Matt Wallace
 Highlights Film 2017

2018 HIGHLIGHTS.

2018 HIGHLIGHTS.

The 30th 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: Aaron Rai, who won the Hole-in-One Award BMW i8 Roadster, and Matt Wallace, who celebrated the biggest triumph of his career to date in a turbulent final round.

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BMW International Open Kick Off

TEE-OFF NIGHT.

Flora in the botanical garden is one of the most beautiful locations in Cologne – making it the perfect stage for the opening ceremony of the 30th BMW International Open. Sergio García and Tommy Fleetwood made the symbolic opening strokes on the terrace. Nine-time major winner Gary Player was also a guest of honour at the gala evening.

BMW International Open 2018 Leaderboard

2018 LEADERBOARD.

After four days of top drawer golf, England’s Matt Wallace narrowly prevailed over local hero Martin Kaymer. In a golfing thriller, a Kaymer bogey on the penultimate hole was the decider. The two-time major winner, who at the 20th edition exactly ten years ago became the first and only German to date to win the BMW International Open, shared second place with Mikko Korhonen of Finland and Thorbjørn Olesen. The Dane piled the pressure on his rivals early on Sunday as, with 61 strokes, he achieved the lowest round in the history of the tournament.

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