BMW Championship back to Chicago in 2013
The BMW West Championship will be returned to Chicago in 2013. This news will be officially announced in the next two months. According to Official PGA Tour, the western golf association and Conway farm are agreed to be able to accept the competition of 2013 year, and the BMW Championship of 2015 will also be held there. The Cherry Hill in the Denver suburb will also continue 2014 events.
When the Conway farm is selected as the PGA pitch, WGA also push Glen Club. The location advantage of Glen club lies in: it is only 16 miles from Chicago, and PGA tour’s official saw this huge potential crowd. Neighboring glen town is the shop restaurant, and night activities can be help at night, for example, the concert and so on.
Conway Farms held the 2009 West amateur championship, and its club members include the world’s second Luke Donald, an England who scored the European tour and US Tour two bonus king. It is exciting to know that the Conway Farms will become the site of 2013 BMW West Championship.
Luke Donald said that in the Chicago area, it provides the best comprehensive test which players will like.
BMW West Championship is the third race of FedEx Cup. Next year’s game will be held in September 12 to 15th, and after the event, the players having top 30 points will get the eligibility for Tour Championship.
This year, the Crooked Stick Golf Club on the outskirts of Indianapolis will hold BMW West Championship, and next year’s events will be moved to Cherry Hill Country Club famous in Denver.
BMW Championship has replaced historic Western Open held from 1899 to 2006. Top 70 of Deutsche Bank Championship enter the BMW Championship and take the top 30 into the finals. The field of play is rotated in the Midwest of US. This is the reason why it was called Western Open.