BMW International Open 2024


35th BMW International Open.

Visitor Information.35th BMW International Open.

Attention! Extreme weather conditions. Please pay attention to further information and follow the instructions of the tournament staff.

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BMW International Open 2024 Besucherinformationen


The BMW International Open is far more than just a golf tournament. World-class sport and the Tournament Village make it a perfect summer outing for all the family – especially with free admission every day for children aged 16 and under. Plus, this year’s fringe programme features two special highlights.

Immediately after the close of play on Thursday evening (4th July), World Long Drive champion Martin Borgmeier will transform the 18th green into a stage for a spectacular demonstration. Visitors in the grandstands will have a perfect view of his top-class display of long driving. This is golf as you’ve never seen it before.

Next up, on Friday 5th July, is Bavarian Day. First drink is free for anyone in traditional Bavarian dress, as the focus is on that unique joie de vivre in blue and white. Don’t miss these highlights.

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Anyone who mentions world-class golf in Germany is undoubtedly referring to the BMW International Open. For 35 years, tournament organiser BMW has spoiled golf fans with a host of top stars from Germany and beyond, as well as an atmospheric tournament experience. On this page, visitors will find all they need to know about the 35th anniversary tournament, including the programme, events, opening hours, directions, parking information, and much more.


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BMW International Open 2024 Programm


Top golf, sheer driving pleasure, and a feel-good atmosphere: visitors can look forward to a fantastic week at Golfclub München Eichenried.

  • Wednesday, 3rd July – Pro-Am Experience & practice day.
  • Thursday, 4th July – Round one.
  • Friday, 5th July – Round two and cut. Bavarian Day
  • Saturday, 6th July – Round three.
  • Sunday, 7th July – Final round and presentation ceremony.

    Please note: The final round will be played in groups of three, starting from the first tee. The first group will start at 8:54 AM, and the last group at 1:00 PM. If the start of the round is delayed due to weather, a two-tee start is planned, with the last groups also starting at 1:00 PM.

Tee Time


With “Tee Time”, Jens Zielinski, Florian FritschandBernd Ritthammer have established one of the most popular German golf podcasts and amassed a large fan community. For a number of years, “Tee Time” has also been the official podcast of the BMW International Open, with daily episodes from Golfclub München Eichenried. And there is more: the trio also appears live – but only at Germany’s most traditional tournament. Every day on the stage in front of the large video wall in the Tournament Village. A must, and not only for fans of Bernd, Flo and “Zille”.

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Getting there by public transport – free shuttle bus service.

From Thursday to Sunday during the tournament week, a free shuttle bus service will run from Ismaning S-Bahn station from 07:00 to 20:00. The buses run regularly and continuously during these hours. However, there are no parking spaces at Ismaning S-Bahn station – this service can only be used by S-Bahn passengers. A valid S-Bahn ticket must be shown when boarding the bus.


Getting there by car.

The BMW International Open can be reached from the A9 motorway (Munich to Nuremberg). To do so, take the Garching-Süd exit and follow the B 471 towards Ismaning. Then, continue on the B388 towards Erding. Please make sure you follow the local signposts. 



Weather permitting, it is possible to park at the tournament site. Parking is free for all visitors in officially designated car parks. There is no entitlement to parking places.


Navigation address.

Goldacher Straße, 85452 Moosinning, Germany


Update on the parking situation on Sunday

The car parks at the tournament site can only be used to a very limited extent due to the weather. We kindly ask you to inform yourself about the current car park situation before travelling to the tournament site. If possible, please do not travel by car, but by public transport, free shuttle buses to and from the event site are available at Ismaning S-Bahn station.

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BMW International Open 2022 Anfahrt Parken


Entry to the tournament site during play is at the visitor’s own risk. BMW cannot take responsibility for any injury caused by errant balls from the players.


If you hear the warning cry “FORE”, which indicates that an errant and potentially dangerous ball is in the air, immediately turn away and place your hands on your head in a protective manner.


In the case of a thunderstorm warning, please leave the site and immediately seek out your vehicles.


Please do not request autographs until the players have submitted their scorecards and thus completed their round.


Please never pick up a ball that appears to be “lying around. It could still be in play.


Pets are not allowed on the tournament site.


Please be quiet during play and follow the instructions issued by tournament staff.


Mobile phones must be set to silent at all times and everywhere. The flash function must be deactivated at all times and everywhere. Please have consideration for the players and other spectators. Please respect any announcements from the players, marshals and officials. If you abide by these conditions, you may take photos for private use at anytime and anywhere – but only on your smartphone.


Course and parking regulations also apply.