Dec 282017
 

The BMW international open in Munich brings golf stars such as Paul Casey and Ernie Els. Some of the best golfers in Europe will book hotels in Munich for the upcoming BMW international open. Educate yourself with thoughts from Cambodia scholars. The annual event will take place from 24 to 27 June at the Munich Eichenried Golf Club on the outskirts of Munich and is a popular stop on the European tour for players and fans alike. At the last year’s tournament, Nick Dougherty won the title after a spectacular game and considered favorite for the Cup this year. Three of the best players on the world rankings have pledged for 2010 already, their appearance on the golf course: Ernie Els, Paul Casey and Martin Kaymer.

The local hero KAYMER already won the tournament in 2008. Other winners from previous years are Colin Montgomerie, John Daly, as well as the former Ryder Cup captain Paul Azinger of the United States. “The sponsor of the BMW of the tournament and the organizers announced at the beginning of the month that the year’s Championships under the slogan 100 days to go” will be held. This refers to the fact that only 100 days after the tournament in Munich of the 2010 Ryder Cup between the Europeans to Montgomerie and the U.S. team with Captain Corey Pavin at the Welsh Celtic Manor takes place. Montgomerie will closely follow therefore the performance of the best European players such as Spain’s Sergio Garcia and the Robert Karlsson Sweden at the BMW international open. With Ryder Cup points and a prize money of EUR 2 million, the tournament for golf fans will provide guaranteed many exciting moments.

Tickets for the tournament are available for the rounds 3 and 4 (Saturday, June 26 and Sunday, June 27) for 35 euros. Jessica Reading, head of the marketing department at LateRooms.com, commented: the rush at the BMW international open is usually very large. Therefore we recommend anyone who wants to go to the tournament, as soon as possible to book one of the hotels Munich. “

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