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BMW International Open
Golfclub München Eichenried
Munich, Germany 19 Jun 2008 - 22 Jun 2008
Kaymer makes history with BMW play-off victory
Martin Kaymer became the first German to win the BMW International Open in its 20 year history after bravely holding off Dane Anders Hansen in a play-off at Golfclub München Eichenried.
Kaymer stretches lead to six in Munich
Martin Kaymer is poised to give the BMW International Open a 20th birthday to remember as he takes a six stroke lead into the final round in his bid to become the first home winner of the title.
Kaymer surges five clear in BMW International Open
Martin Kaymer, playing with the legendary Bernhard Langer, produced a display of pure brilliance at Golfclub Munchen Eichenried to take a five stroke lead in the BMW International Open to show he is ready to take over from the grand master.
Barham and Delamontagne hit the front in Munich
England’s Benn Barham and Frenchman Francois Delamontagne, two players chasing their maiden European Tour titles, set the early pace in the second round of the BMW International Open.
Four way tie at the top in Munich
The BMW International Open leaderboard had a cosmopolitan look befitting the tournament’s name with Argentina’s Rafa Echenique, South African Anton Haig, Singapore’s Mardan Mamat and Australian Peter O’Malley sharing the first round lead.
International flavour to BMW leadberboard
The BMW International Open leaderboard had a cosmopolitan look befitting the tournament’s name with Argentina’s Rafa Echenique, South African Anton Haig, Singapore’s Mardan Mamat and Australian Peter O’Malley sharing the early lead.
Jimenez starts well in bid for BMW double
Miguel Angel Jiménez, the current European Tour Number One, picked up two early birdies as the first round of the BMW International Open got underway at Golfclub Munchen Eichenried as he launched his bid for a BMW double.
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Drive into history launches BMW 20th anniversary
The BMW International Open marked the start of its 20th anniversary celebrations with a drive into history as a host of star players drove through the heart of Munich in BMW classic convertibles to the new BMW Museum.
German greats gather for the BMW International Open
German golfing greats from two generations – Bernhard Langer and Martin Kaymer – will come together for the first time since the Masters Tournament when they compete in the 20th anniversary of the BMW International Open this week.
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