BMW Open: David Horsey Claims Title As Dredge Falls Apart In Final Round

Englishman David Horsey claimed the BMW International Open title in Munich this past weekend after Bradley Dredge, who had led for three consecutive days, shot a 1-over 74 on the final day of competition.  Horsey shot a 5-under 67 in his final day to finish at 18-under and one stroke ahead of Ross Fisher.  The win is the 25-year-old Brit's first on the European Tour. 

Check out the European Tour's official website for the final standings from the tournament.

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