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Bernhard Langer expects emotional moments after his final European tour.

Bernhard Langer, a golf legend, will close the final chapters of his career this week with an appearance on the DP World Tour, competing at the BMW International Open in Germany. The 66-year-old Langer started his professional career in 2011. It was 1972, long before the parents of today’s famous golfers were born.

With an impressive 42 wins on the European Tour, he became the second most successful golfer in history and achieved remarkable success throughout his career. Only Seve Ballesteros has celebrated 50 wins on the European Tour.

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Langer, a Hall of Famer, has a record 46 PGA Tour championship wins and three PGA Tour victories. Due to persistent injury issues and recent surgeries, he will retire after an impressive 52-year career.

Interestingly, this race is being held 60 kilometers away from home.

Speaking to the media, Langer reflected on his final appearance, particularly enjoying competing in front of his home crowd. He’s been wary of the golf course for years, but Langer has always relished such challenges throughout his illustrious career.

“It means a lot, just playing in front of the home crowd. And I hope I can make the tournament, but I hear the golf course is longer than before, and that’s a challenge for me. I’m getting shorter, and the course is getting longer and that’s not a good combination. ” – as Langer said at Golf Worley.

Bernhard Langer confirmed that the golf course was nearby, referring to his many friends at the Munich Country Club. He believes this will be a wonderful experience he will never forget. He also hasn’t forgotten the emotional element that certainly resides in fans and himself. For starters, the golf season will be closed, much to the chagrin of fans in Europe in particular. Langer was a major figure in the golf arena early in his career.

“I grew up about 45 minutes from here. 30 minutes from here I worked as an assistant professional at the Munich Country Club. I have many friends, some relatives and roommates, who have supported me in the game of golf for many, many years, and I have played this tournament many times.

In terms of golf, I have never said goodbye to anything. This will be my first experience and I feel it will be very emotional. – continued the German.

Marcel Sim and Bernard Langer play together

Bernhard Langer will have another German golfer, Marcel Sim, as his partner for the first two days. A 43-year-old golfer and well-known in the golf world, especially in Europe, Sim is happy to team up with a golf legend like Langer. Langer’s success on the golf stage is the main reason Siem is excited about the experience of playing with him.

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The 43-year-old golfer emphasized that Langer’s record in golf was exceptional. The 66-year-old emphasized that it was extremely difficult to achieve what he did. He also did not forget to mention Langer’s personal qualities, considering Sim as a role model for everyone.

Striving to follow his example and achieve at least some of his success, there are many aspects of this Hall of Famer that Siem respects.

Siem recently said he doesn’t feel better about his job as he is ready to secure a spot on next year’s Ryder Cup team. Siem has proven himself to be a top quality golfer and hopes to improve his results in the future.

The experienced German admitted that he wants to perform as well as possible in the next events, secure a place in the top 50, that way he will earn a place in the Ryder Cup team and also play in the Masters, which is just as well. His great desire. Known for his partying and nightlife, the seasoned golfer admits that such a lifestyle is not one he wants to live again. He prefers to focus on golf, progress and striving for excellence.

Siem has made many changes, mainly focusing on his diet and playing style. Sometimes it is necessary to make adjustments to be successful. The 43-year-old realizes it’s time to get serious and show the world what kind of golfer he really is.

We will see how well it works with Langer. We have no doubt that it will indeed bring positive results.

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