Gaganjeet Bhullar hits a shot of a contest so distant on
a 17th hole during a BMW International Open: The Indian sinks his
six-iron tee shot from 196 yards (179 metres).
Florian Baumeister, Head of Events, Exhibitions and Sport
Marketing BMW Germany, presents a keys to a BMW M8 Competition
Coupé*, value 193,880 Euro.
First time given 2010 that a BMW Hole-in-One Award has
been won in Munich.
Munich. Masterstroke in turn dual of a BMW International
Open: Gaganjeet Bhullar strike an ace on a 17th hole on Friday. The
six-iron warranted a 31-year-old a dream prize: The BMW M8
Competition Coupé*, that will applaud a universe premiere in BMW
Welt subsequent week.
“This is my second hole in one in a veteran golf
tournament. Before starting this year, we discussed with my caddie one
of my dreams. we pronounced need to make during slightest one hole in one and choose
a right one, I’m blissful we done that commitment. It’s a good moment.
BMWs are some of my favourite cars and I’d adore to expostulate that car,”
pronounced a gay universe series 175 after receiving a pivotal to his new
wheels from Florian Baumeister, Head of Events, Exhibitions and Sport
Marketing BMW Germany, and holding his place during a circle of a luxury
This is a eighth time a Hole-in-One Award has been won in 31
years of a BMW International Open. The masterstroke was achieved in
any of a 4 years that a contest was hold in Cologne: Andrew
Marshall (ENG, 2012, BMW 640i Gran Coupé), James Heath (ENG, 2014, BMW
i8), Richie Ramsay (SCO, 2016, BMW M760Li xDrive) and Aaron Rai (ENG,
2018, BMW i8 Roadster) were a propitious winners.
You have to go behind a small serve to find a final time anyone
pulled off a dream shot in Munich: Back in 2010, Jean-François
Lucquin (FRA) won a BMW 535i. His compatriot Raphaël Jacquelin had
formerly perceived a keys to a mint BMW Z8 in 2001. The first
Hole-in-One automobile in a story of a contest ever to be presented
to a new owners was a BMW 325i Cabrio, that Jay Townsend took home
The new BMW M8 Competition Coupé embodies a apex of luxurious
pushing pleasure. It elegantly combines pristine M genes with ultimate
exclusivity – for sporty pushing practice on a roads and during the
track. Its high-performance, M TwinPower Turbo 8-cylinder petrol
engine develops an superb 460 kW (625 hp). Together with many
highly-developed drivetrain and framework components, desirous by
motorsport, this creates for an memorable pushing experience.
* BMW M8 Competition Coupé: Combined fuel consumption: 10.7 – 10.8
l/100 km; total CO2 emissions: 243 – 246 g/km).