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17th - 22nd September 2019. Wentworth Club, London.

BMW PGA Championship.17th - 22nd September 2019. Wentworth Club, London.


This is the BMW.

In 2019, BMW was title partner of the European Tour’s flagship event for the 15th time. This season, the tournament was moved from May to September for the first time. 122,000 spectators visited the fourth event of the Rolex Series, which boasts a prize purse of seven million US dollars. They not only experienced the best field in the history of the tournament, but also a sensational albatross from Ross Fisher, who won a BMW i8 Roadster on the 18th hole in round three. The BMW PGA Championship marked the start of qualifying for the European Ryder Cup team, which will also conclude at the Wentworth Club in 2020.

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2019 winner.

Danny Willett of England celebrated an acclaimed home win at the BMW PGA Championship. The 2016 Masters winner was embroiled in a head-to-head race with Jon Rahm (-17) at the weekend, but pulled away from the man from Spain in the final round and brought the advantage safely home. The 31-year-old received a winner’s cheque to the amount of 1,056,661 euros for his seventh win on the European Tour.

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For us players, this is our most iconic tournament. To win the BMW PGA Championship is amazing.
Danny Willet


Glorious sunshine, an outstanding field, a venue steeped in history, and awesome crowds – the 2019 BMW PGA Championship was a true festival of golf, about which fans and players alike were left raving. Click on the “Play” button in the image on the right to watch the highlights of a remarkable week.
BMW PGA Championship 2019 Highlights
BMW PGA Championship 2019 Highlights
BMW International Open Tee Off


A “Nearest to the Pin” competition is not usually anything out of the ordinary in the world of golf. It was at the 2019 BMW PGA Championship. BMW staged a very special competition of this type on the Wednesday. During the Celebrity Pro-Am, every shot off the tenth tee was entered into the competition to win a BMW X6 for twelve months. However, the car did not go to the winning player themselves, but to the professional’s caddy. Check out this unique and entertaining competition in our video.

BMW PGA Championship 2019 Ergebnis


Behind Danny Willett (-20) and Jon Rahm (-17), South Africa’s Christiaan Bezuidenhout (-16) finished in third place. On their BMW PGA Championship debut, America’s Patrick Reed and Billy Horschel (both -15) tied for fourth place, while defending champion Francesco Molinari (ITA, -9) had to make do with tied fourteenth place this year. Four-time major winner Rory McIlroy (NIR, -11, T9) missed out on his second victory at Wentworth after 2014, mainly due to a bad opening round (+4), but showed his true close on the following three days.