+++ Defending champion Shane Lowry (IRL) looking forward “to doing it all again” +++ Rory McIlroy (NIR) is also eager to win the BMW PGA Championship for a second time +++ ‘Festival of Golf’ from 12th to 17th September 2023 at Wentworth Golf Club (ENG)+++
+++ 27 international teams delighted by the World Final of the largest tournament series for amateur golfers +++ Team China wins the Team competition, ahead of trios from Singapore and Chinese Taipei +++ Singles winners come from Thailand and the Netherlands +++ Next BMW Golf Cup World Final to be held in South Africa +++
+++ Luke Donald (ENG) and his European Ryder Cup vice captains to play in Munich +++ German starters on top form +++ International greats such as defending champion Li Haotong (CHN) and “Player of the Year” Ryan Fox (NZL) to tee off from 21st to 25th June +++
+++ Evans Scholars Foundation awards college scholarships to caddies +++ Since 2007, the BMW Championship has allowed more than 3,330 young people to study +++ Viktor Hovland (NOR) earns an extra scholarship with an ace on the final round of 2022 +++
+++ 2023 BMW International Open 2023 to take place from 21st to 25th June at Golfclub München Eichenried +++ Advance tickets on sale now +++ Ten percent off until 24th December: www.bmw-golfsport.com/tickets +++
+++ BMW Group underpins position as global golf partner +++ Partnership with the DP World Tour, dating back to 1989, set to continue +++ BMW International Open (Munich) and BMW PGA Championship (London) to remain outstanding tournaments in European professional golf for a further five years +++
+++ Spectators have two valuable aces to cheer in round three of the BMW Ladies Championship +++ Na Yeon Choi (KOR) wins a BMW X7, Ariya Jutanugarn (THA) is rewarded with a BMW 7 Series +++ A first in the BMW Group’s long involvement in international golf +++
Two of the four rounds have now been played at the BMW Ladies Championship at Oak Valley Country Club (Wonju, South Korea). The lead is currently held by American Andrea Lee (-12). The only German in the field, Esther Henseleit, currently lies in 67th place. In an interview, the 23-year-old discusses what she particularly enjoys about the BMW Ladies Championship, what you can learn from success, and the exciting golf course.
+++ The world’s best women tee off at the BMW Ladies Championship (19th to 23rd November) at Oak Valley Country Club +++ World number one Jin Young Ko defends the title at her home tournament +++ Biggest prize purse in women’s golf outside the USA +++
+++ Wide-ranging partnership between BMW Group Australia, Golf Australia, the PGA of Australia and the WPGA Tour of Australasia +++ Multi-year partnership expands global BMW Group sport engagement +++ Close collaboration between BMW and golf governing bodies to promote the sport from grassroots to professional level +++
+++ The Irishman triumphs at Wentworth Club to claim his first tournament win since the 2019 Open +++ BMW PGA Championship reduced to 54 holes +++ Players, spectators and staff demonstrate respect and affection for the late Queen +++ BMW donates £22,790 to mental health charity CALM +++ 89,934 spectators visit DP World Tour’s flagship event +++
Following the immediate suspension of play on Thursday evening and the complete cancellation of all day’s play on Friday, both actions taken in memory of the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and out of respect for the Royal Family, the DP World Tour today confirmed the BMW PGA Championship will restart on Saturday morning.
On behalf of all our employees in the UK and around the world, the BMW Group would like to express our deep sadness at the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Out of respect for Her Majesty and the Royal Family, play was suspended at the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth Club on Thursday afternoon. Furthermore, no play will take place at the BMW PGA Championship on Friday.
+++ Famous names from film, music and sport delight fans at the Wentworth Club +++ Formula 1 driver Lando Norris, actor Tom Felton and pop star Niall Horan tee off +++ Round one of the BMW PGA Championship begins on Thursday +++ Top group features Horschel, McIlroy and Fitzpatrick +++
Billy Horschel comes into the 2022 BMW PGA Championship as defending champion. The American already has seven tournament wins on the PGA TOUR to his name, and has also won the end-of-season rankings in 2014, the FedExCup, and two events on the DP World Tour. In an interview with the BMW Group, Horschel discusses his special relationship with the BMW PGA Championship, the unique fans at Wentworth, and his golfing goals.
+++ More top players confirmed: Viktor Hovland, Tommy Fleetwood, Justin Rose, Shane Lowry and Francesco Molinari +++ Favourites also include Rory McIlroy, Jon Rahm, Matt Fitzpatrick and defending champion Billy Horschel +++ Qualification starting for the European Ryder Cup Team 2023 +++ Celebrity Pro-Am and live concerts +++ Birdies and eagles for a good cause +++
+++ Patrick Cantlay (USA) prevails at the Wilmington Country Club with 270 strokes (14 under par) +++ 110,000 spectators enjoy the first BMW Championship in the US state of Delaware +++ Viktor Hovland (NOR) produces hole-in-one on the final day +++ All proceeds from the tournament going to the Evans Scholars Foundation +++
+++ Viktor Hovland (NOR) aces the second hole on the final round of the 2022 BMW Championship +++ BMW donates a full scholarship for a young caddie +++ Sixth hole-in-one scholarship in the history of the BMW Championship +++
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