CASTLE PINES, Colo. — The BMW Championship is returning to Colorado in August 2024.
Current and former golf athletes and golf executives joined together for the PGA Tour golf tour announcement Wednesday at Castle Pines Golf Club.
The BMW Championship, which was last held in Colorado in 2014 at Cherry Hills, is held each August as part of the PGA Tour's FedEx Cup playoff event.
PGA Tour officials said the BMW Championship is the longest running regular PGA Tour event on the calendar outside of the four major tournaments.
Wednesday's press conference at Castle Pines had in-person appearances by WGA President & CEO John Kaczkowski and PGA Tour Executive Vice President & President Tyler Dennis as well as virtual appearances by 18-time major golf champion and course designer Jack Nicklaus and 12-time PGA Tour winner Zach Johnson.
BMW Championship in Colorado
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