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Star-studded field will line up at BMW International Open 2023

Luke Donald swinging at BMW Championship
Luke Donald - BMW PGA Championship Celebrity Pro-Am (Image credit: BMW Group

This year will see the 34th playing of the BMW International Open, one of the most prestigious events held annually on the DP World Tour. Hosted once again in Germany, big names in international golf have already signed up to play at Golfclub München Eichenried from 21st to 25th June.

Those include Europe’s Ryder Cup captain and former world number one Luke Donald, a two-time winner of the BMW PGA Championship. Playing alongside him will be three of his Ryder Cup vice captains - Thomas Bjørn, Edoardo Molinari and Nicolas Colsaerts.

Last year’s winner Li Haotong, whose emotional reaction to winning the play-off will be remembered for many years to come, will return to defend his title. As will last year's third-placed finisher and recipient of the 2022 Seve Ballesteros Award for the best DPWT player, Ryan Fox.

Li Haotong - BMW International Open 2022
Li Haotong - BMW International Open 2022 (Image credit: BMW Group)

Other stars of world golf in attendance include the two popular Spaniards Rafa Cabrera Bello and Pablo Larrazábal, as well as fan-favourite Andrew “Beef” Johnston. The exciting young Danish twins Nicolai and Rasmus Højgaard will also tee it up in Germany, alongside France’s Victor Perez and Scotland's Robert MacIntyre.

Home favourites will include DP World Tour veterans Marcel Siem and Alex Cejka, as well as Yannik Paul and Matti Schmid, two young stars making a splash in the world of golf.

Tickets - BMW International Open 2023

Entry to the BMW International Open Pro-Am tournament is free on Wednesday 21st June 2023. Entry is free for children and young people up to the age of 16 on all days.

Day tickets and tournament tickets, as well as VIP tickets for the Fairway Club, are available to purchase online:

See the online ticket shop for further information on all ticket categories – and on concessions for young people over the age of 16, pupils, students, and people with disabilities.