BMW International Open 2022


21. - 26. Juni 2022. Golfclub München Eichenried.

BMW International Open.21. - 26. Juni 2022. Golfclub München Eichenried.

Since its inception in 1989, the BMW International Open has been a byword for world-class golf, a relaxed yet exclusive atmosphere and sheer driving pleasure for over three decades. The most prestigious golf event in Germany has become an integral part of the DP World Tour calendar. It is just as popular with the players as with the spectators – who will finally be able to return to the Golfclub München Eichenried from 22nd to 26th June 2022 after two pandemic years. 

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BMW International Open 2022 Winner


A high-class BMW International Open concluded with a worthy finale. In a dramatic play-off, Haotong Li from China sank a 12-metre putt to defeat Belgium’s Thomas Pieters. The 26-year-old winner had previously shot rounds of 62, 67, 67, and 70 for a final score of 22 under (266 shots). Li laid the foundation for his third title on the DP World Tour on day one, when he broke the course record with a round of 10 under par. That earned the Chinese a lead that he never surrendered. 

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Following its success in 2021, ‘Tee-Time - Der Golf Podcast’ will again be the official tournament podcast of the BMW International Open this year. From Tuesday to Monday, hosts Jens Zielinski and Florian Fritsch will present a new episode of their successful podcast which can be heard at and wherever you listen to podcasts. 

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BMW International Open 2022 Podcast
BMW International Open 2022 Digital Experience

At the BMW International Open, we have put together a digital info centre that leaves nothing to be desired. Thanks to real-time statistics and updates on all the players, there is no need for you to miss anything. It also goes without saying that you can select your own favourites to ensure you always know how your favourite players are getting on.

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BMW International Open 2022 Spieler


In 2022, the BMW International Open will once again feature a strong field of players. In addition to the Major winners Martin Kaymer, Sergio García and Louis Oosthuizen as well as Bernd Wiesberger, the first Austrian player ever to play in the Ryder Cup, other top players from Germany will also be competing in Munich Eichenried. Among them: Matti Schmid, Max Kieffer and Marcel Siem.

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