BMW Championship returns to Colorado
On May 11, Castle Pines Golf Club announced it will host the 2024 BMW Championship, a tournament featuring the top 70 PGA Tour players vying to earn one of 30 final spots in the season-ending championship and the chance to be crowned FedExCup Champion.
It has been almost a decade since the BMW Championship was played in Colorado, and nearly two decades since the best golfers from all over the world came to The Village at Castle Pines to play in The International, which was played at Castle Pines Golf Club from 1986 to 2006.
According to course designer and golf legend, Jack Nicklaus, the course has been modified and the holes redesigned for this opportunity. Nicklaus, who video conferenced in for the announcement said, “Castle Pines has always been right at the top of my list of golf courses I’m very proud of. To see a significant tournament like the BMW come there, it’ll be a really good, interesting week the people in the Denver area are really going to enjoy, and the players will too. He continued, “To me that’s what it’s all about.”
To learn more about Castle Pines Golf Club, visit https://castlepinesgolfclub.club/.
Article and photo by Terri Wiebold