BMW International Open 2019: World-class golf and a Bavarian feel-good atmosphere.

Posted on 24. Jun, 2019 by in BMW Canada

  • 61,000 anxious visitors follow a 31st BMW International
    Open in Munich. 16,500 spectators group to GC München Eichenried
    on Sunday. 
  • Gaganjeet Bhullar wins a BMW M8 Hole-in-One Award.
  • Glitzy opening with World Cup winners Thomas Müller and
    Philipp Lahm.
  • Star choice in a Pro-Am, including Niklas Süle, Jan Josef
    Liefers, Uwe Gensheimer, Christian Ehrhoff and Felix Loch.
  • Lena Gercke joins golfers Matt Wallace, Martin Kaymer
    Co. for a cycle debate of a English Garden.
  • “Bavarian Day” sets new throng record (15,500 spectators) on Thursday.
  • Pros full of regard for new greens.
  • Kaymer shines and thrills German golf fans on a opening
    dual days.
  • Tournament President Sebastian Mackensen: “It has been a
    illusory contest week. The regulation of BMW and world-class golf
    is only as successful now as it was when a contest was initial held.”

 
Munich. The leader of a 2019 BMW International Open will not
be famous until early evening, though one thing is already certain: The
31stedition of a iconic German contest has once
again been a outrageous success.


 
“It has been a illusory contest week: From the
Tee-Off Night during a Seehaus, a Pro-Am with a horde of sports stars
and celebrities, and a Bavarian flair, to a sparkling tournament
and pretentious finish,” pronounced Sebastian Mackensen. “The regulation of BMW
and world-class golf is only as successful now as it was when a BMW
International Open was initial hold 1989.”
 
The initial round
of a week belonged to 3 universe champions. Footballers Philipp
Lahm, Thomas Müller (both World Cup winners in 2014) and Marcel Siem
(Golf World Cup leader in 2006) played a ideally prepared
Championship Course during Eichenried on a Monday, in assist of a charity
“Nicolaidis YoungWings Stiftung”. They raved about a ideal new
greens, that also perceived good regard from all a pros over the
march of a tournament.
 
The contest week non-stop in
interesting conform with a cycle debate by a English Garden.
Golf stars Martin Kaymer, Sergio García, Matt Wallace and Thorbjørn
Olesen were assimilated by BMW M Brand Ambassador Lena Gercke, actor Jan
Josef Liefers, Olympic luge champion Felix Loch, bobsleigh world
champion Johannes Lochner and BMW works motorist Bruno Spengler on a
pleasing float to a Tee-Off Night during a Seehaus.
 
A host
of celebrities took adult their golf clubs for a Pro-Am on Wednesday.
Like a pros, they were in high spirits and had copiousness of time for
a spectators. Among those in movement were FC Bayern Munich star
Niklas Süle, Olympic ice hockey favourite Christian Ehrhoff, German
sport captain Uwe Gensheimer, and Liefers and
Loch. 
 
Anyone who incited adult in a normal Dirndl or
Lederhosen on Thursday was given giveaway admission, and a off-course
programme was also dominated by a Bavarian liking for life. 15,500
spectators – a tip assemblage ever on a Thursday – incited adult to
suffer “Bavarian Day”. They also had means to applaud on a greens
and fairways, as Germany’s tip golfer Martin Kaymer done an excellent
start to a tournament. The two-time vital leader changed to a tip of
a leaderboard on Friday, before Lady Luck forlorn him on a greens
on a weekend. In total, 61,000 spectators visited a BMW
International Open.
 
The week’s initial leader emerged as
early as Friday: India’s Gaganjeet Bhullar strike a hole-in-one on the
17th(par 3, 179 metres) to win a BMW M8 Competition Coupé
(combined fuel consumption: 10.7 – 10.8 l/100 km; sum CO2
emissions: 243 – 246 g/km), value 193,880 Euro, that celebrates its
universe premiere in BMW Welt subsequent week.
 
With 75 cars during its
disposal, a BMW Courtesy Car Service ensured that golfers and guests
were ecstatic on time and in comfort to their destination. In
total, a drivers and staff gathering about 130,000 kilometres and racked
adult roughly 4,500 hours of work.

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