61,000 anxious visitors follow a 31st BMW International
Open in Munich. 16,500 spectators group to GC München Eichenried
- Gaganjeet Bhullar wins a BMW M8 Hole-in-One Award.
Glitzy opening with World Cup winners Thomas Müller and
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
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.
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
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
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.