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September 4-7, 2014
Cherry Hills Country Club (Englewood, CO)
The BMW Championship is the penultimate event of the PGA TOUR's FedExCup Playoffs. Carrying on a rich tradition that began in 1899 with the Western Golf Association's first tournament, the BMW Championship is the centerpiece of BMW's continued partnership with the PGA TOUR and the WGA, and we are proud to include this tournament to the long list of golf events bearing our name around the world.
Named the 2012 and 2013 Tournament of the Year by the PGA TOUR, the 2014 BMW Championship heads to the Denver area to Cherry Hills Country Club. The world's top golfers, including Zach Johnson, Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson, Luke Donald, Sergio Garcia, and more, are expected to compete for what promises to be one of the most exciting golf events of the year. The BMW Championship is broadcasted live on NBC and Golf Channel.
As a BMW Owner, you have the opportunity to experience this premier golf tournament unlike anyone else. Simply visit the online BMW Championship Owners' Pavilion to learn more about exclusive benefits available to all BMW Owners on-site at the tournament and throughout the PGA TOUR season. Once inside the Owners' Pavilion you can find details about BMW owner-only access to the BMW Championship, complimentary ticket offers, exclusive promotions, and more. It's your chance to be a part of the action - before it even starts.
to enter the BMW Championship Owners' Pavilion.
Evans Scholars Foundation
We're also proud to be carrying on the fine tradition of the Western Golf Association by supporting the Evans Scholars Foundation, with 100% of the proceeds from the tournament going directly to fund college scholarships for qualified caddies. The Evans Scholars Foundation was established in 1930 and has provided college educations to more than 10,200 caddies by making tuition-scholarship payments totaling more than $130 million. Currently, over 825 caddies are benefiting from Evans Scholarships, and BMW is proud to play a role in the program's success. The BMW Championship has raised over $16 million for the Evans Scholars Foundation since the tournament's inception in 2007. Additionally, should a player hit a hole in one during regular tournament play during the BMW Championship, BMW will send an Evans Scholar to college for four years.
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