The DP World Tour is set to honor Bernhard Langer, a 66-year-old German golf legend, as he participates in his final tournament on the tour at the BMW International Open in Munich. Despite his retirement from the DP World Tour, Langer remains active and competitive on the Champions Tour. This special week in Munich promises a heartfelt farewell to a golfing icon.

The BMW International Open marks the concluding event of the European Swing on the newly revised schedule. Guido Migliozzi from Italy leads the mini-Order of Merit, with a $200,000 bonus available on Sunday night. Marcel Siem of Germany saw the most significant rise last week, jumping 109 places to fourth and moving up 95 spots to 31st in the season-long Race to Dubai after his victory in Italy.

Invitations have been extended to notable players including LIV Golf's Patrick Reed (US), Martin Kaymer (Ger), Thomas Pieters (Bel), Nico Colsaerts (Bel), Thomas Bjorn (Den), Luke Donald (Eng), and Miguel Angel Jimenez (Spain). The Asian Tour features a robust field of 156 players for the International Series in Morocco at Royal Golf Dar Es Salam, played over the Red Course.

The UAE's interest is piqued with Rayhan Thomas receiving an invitation to compete alongside fellow Indian golfers Jeev Milkha Singh, Shiv Kapur, and Gaganjeet Bhullar. UAE amateur Ahmad Skaik has been granted a Regional Exemption spot. Leading the Asian Tour Order of Merit, John Catlin (US) joins several LIV Golf players such as Graham McDowell (NI), Branden Grace (RSA), Peter Uihlein (US), and Pat Perez (US).

Looking ahead, The Open at Royal Troon is fast approaching, starting on Thursday, 18th July, with final qualifying and mini-Order of Merits determining the winners who will secure coveted spots. The schedule includes various tournaments such as the PGA Tour's John Deere Classic, the DP World Tour's BMW International Open, the Asian Tour's International Series in Morocco, and the Ladies European Tour's ARAMCO Team Series presented by PIF in London.