Masters champion during a BMW International Open. Two months after winning his initial major, Danny Willett earnings to a stage of his large breakthrough.

Posted on 19. Apr, 2016 by in BMW Canada

Cologne. When GC Gut Lärchenhof (Pulheim, near
Cologne) hosted a BMW International Open for a initial time in the
tournament’s prolonged story in 2012, Danny Willett claimed his first
pretension as a pro to lay a substructure for what was to be a fast rise
that has taken a 28-year-old into a golfing elite: dual weeks ago
a Englishman constructed an superb arrangement to win a Masters in
Augusta. Golf fans in Germany can now demeanour brazen to saying a major
leader in action: Willett will tee off during a BMW International Open
during Gut Lärchenhof from 22nd to 26th June.

“We are gay to be means to benefaction a reigning Masters champion
to a crowds in Germany. Danny Willett is one of a many intriguing
players in a universe during a moment, quite given his impressive
opening in Augusta,” pronounced Tournament President Peter van
Binsbergen, Head of Sales and Marketing, BMW Group Germany. “Now in
a 28th year, a BMW International Open will once again underline an
appealing choice of players, an endless programme off a course,
and a singular atmosphere that players and spectators all over the
universe have come to value during BMW golf tournaments.”

“I am unequivocally looking brazen to a BMW International Open and
returning to Cologne,” pronounced Willett. “I will never forget my win in
2012. That initial pretension will always be unequivocally special. It is good to
lapse to a course, on that we have enjoyed success in a past.
Furthermore, a BMW International Open is a contest with a
certain atmosphere, that is something we unequivocally suffer as a player.”

Willett will be assimilated in perfume by universe series 6 Henrik Stenson
(Sweden), five-time Ryder Cup actor Sergio García, throng favourite
Miguel Ángel Jiménez, fortifying champion Pablo Larrazábal (all Spain)
and Austria’s BMW Golfsport Ambassador Bernd Wiesberger. Among those
drifting a dwindle for Germany will be BMW Golfsport Ambassadors Max
Kieffer and Dominic Foos, as good as Marcel Siem.

The iconic German contest is a genuine home eventuality for Kieffer and
Siem, who are from a Rhineland segment and go into a tournament
with additional proclivity and internal support behind them. One special
inducement for all a players is this year’s Hole-in-One Award. The
initial ace on a 16th hole will be rewarded with a BMW M760Li
xDrive. The valuable, special BMW esteem has been won during both the
prior tournaments in Cologne: Englishmen Andrew Marshall (2012, BMW
640i Gran Coupé) and James Heath (2014, BMW i8) both strike a ideal shot.

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