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BMW INTERNATIONAL OPEN.

Golfclub München Eichenried.

BMW INTERNATIONAL OPEN.

Golfclub München Eichenried.

BMW International Open.Golfclub München Eichenried.

GERMANY’S MOST ICONIC TOURNAMENT.

Three decades of world-class golf, sheer driving pleasure, a fantastic atmosphere and a fascinating supporting programme for the whole family. It has long been impossible to imagine the European Tour calendar without the BMW International Open. As of 2019, the most renowned golf event in Germany will be permanently held at Golfclub München Eichenried.

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BMW International Open facts.

BMW International Open Facts

First edition.

BMW International Open Facts

BMW Hole-in-One Awards won.

BMW International Open Facts

German winner.

BMW International Open Facts

Victorious nations.

BMW International Open Facts

First edition.

1989

Tournament organiser BMW hosted the iconic BMW International Open for the 31st time in 2019. No other tournament on the European Tour has been held continuously under the same name for longer. Venues to date have been Golfclub München Eichenried (1989-1993, 1997-2011, 2013, 2015, 2017, since 2019), St. Eurach Land- und Golfclub (1994-1996) and Golf Club Gut Lärchenhof (2012, 2014, 2016, 2018).

BMW International Open Facts

BMW Hole-in-One Awards won.

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In the three decades of the BMW International Open’s tournament history, a BMW Hole-in-One Award has been up for grabs at every edition. Jay Townsend was the first to achieve this in 1991, when the American was presented with a BMW 325i convertible. The eighth and last winner of a dream car to date was India’s Gaganjeet Bhullar in 2019, whose ace was rewarded with the BMW M8 Competition Coupé.

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German winner.

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A local player has won the BMW International Open just once as it stands: In 2008, at the 20th anniversary of the tournament, it was Martin Kaymer who did the business for the German golf fans. He beat Denmark’s Anders Hansen in a play-off. On that day, Kaymer was exactly 23 years and 177 days old – making him the youngest International Open Champion in the tournament’s history to date.

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Victorious nations.

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When Andrea Pavan won the BMW International Open in 2019, it was the first time that an Italian golfer lifted the coveted winner’s trophy. Pros from a total of 16 different nations have celebrated. The most frequent winning nation – with seven victories – is England, followed by Sweden with four titles. Fabrizio Zanotti’s win in 2014 was historic: It was the first ever European Tour win for a pro from Paraguay.

STARS & EVENTS.

Visitors to the BMW International Open can look forward to seeing not only the golfing elite on the European Tour, but also a host of other stars. Top sportsmen and women from other disciplines and celebrities from the worlds of show business and music will take time out for their fans at the Tee-Off Night on the Tuesday. Numerous events for young and old will also take place during the tournament.
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BMW International Open Public Area

THE TENTED VILLAGE.

The BMW International Open is much more than a golf tournament. Visitors can do more than just see world-class golfers in action, there is so much more to experience. All the highlights of the BMW range of cars are on display. All ages of golfers can get actively involved, and numerous exhibitors are on hand to provide information on golf. Also, in the Event Arena, there is a varied stage programme, a huge video wall with real-time scoring, live programme and DJs in the evening.