BMW international open 2016

Lärchenhof: record attendance at the PGA Day

The traditional PGA Day within the framework of the BMW international open with Peter Wolfenstetter and Thongchai Jaidee broke all records this year with 55 participants.

For twelve years the Bavarian Peter Wolfenstetter and the Thai Thongchai Jaidee are together on tour, and that with ever-greater success: by 2015, for example the world class player won the Porsche European open in Bad Griesbach and celebrated his first major title in Germany. Also at the BMW international open, which took place this year in the GC gut Lärchenhof in Pulheim near Cologne, Jaidee was at the start, and of course his coach Peter let the chance Miss Wolfenstetter, to supervise his protégé on the spot. On Tuesday, took up two hours both of time and granted exclusive insight into the training routine of Tourprofessionals 2016 members of the PGA of Germany within the framework of the PGA day.

Technology, tactics and preparation of rounds of were equally subject such as the nutrition and regeneration. Thongchai Jaidee is not a powerhouse with 170 cm tall at 63 kilos at first glance. But he is perfectly trained and can compete with his 46 years at any time with the younger tour colleagues. He occupies place 56 Dubai currently in the world rankings, ranked 50 in the race to. A total of seven times he has won on the European tour, he is fix qualified for the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.

Together, chatted Peter Wolfenstetter, the PGA player of the year 2015, and Thongchai Jaidee at larch Court under the covers, explained why Jaidee all four weeks will change his wedges and how he compensates for the physical disadvantages supposed compared to more athletic players.