Jimenez wins BMW International Open

Updated: 25 February 2007 09:07 IST

Spain's Miguel Angel Jimenez won the BMW International Open by two shots on Sunday.

Munich, Germany:

Spain's Miguel Angel Jimenez won the BMW International Open by two shots on Sunday as Europe's Ryder Cup campaign came to a close with the top 10 automatic qualifiers decided. The chief successes in the tournament were Ireland's Paul McGinley and Great Britain's Ian Poulter. However, there was disappointment for Sweden's Fredrik Jacobson, who failed in his attempt to qualify for Bernhard Langer's team by right. Jimenez, one of Europe's Ryder Cup world points list qualifiers last week, clinched his fourth title of the year ahead of runner-up Thomas Levet of France. Levet also secured his spot in Langer's European team before the Munich event. Langer picked Colin Montgomerie and Luke Donald as his wild card choices. (AP)

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