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Third round
scores for
the BMW

Richard Bland -13
Sergio Garcia -13
Joakim Lagergren -11
Andres Romero -10
Thomas Detry -10
David Lipsky -9
Hennie Otto -9
Renato Paratore -9
Scott Henry -9
Henrik Stenson -8
Joost Luiten -8
Niclas Fasth -8
Rikard Karlberg -8
Tommy Fleetwood -8

Final round
odds for
the BMW

Sergio Garcia 4/5
Richard Bland 6/1
Joakim Lagergren 8/1
Henrik Stenson 18/1
Thomas Detry 28/1
Tommy Fleetwood 28/1
Andres Romero 33/1
David Lipsky 33/1
Renato Paratore 40/1
Joost Luiten 45/1
George Coetzee 90/1
Hennie Otto 90/1
Brandon Stone 100/1
Dylan Frittelli 100/1
Kiradech Aphibarnrat 100/1
Rikard Karlberg 100/1
Nicolas Colsaerts 125/1
Rafael Cabrera Bello 125/1
Brett Rumford 150/1
Jaco Van Zyl 150/1
Jamie Donaldson 150/1
Jorge Campillo 200/1
Niclas Fasth 200/1
Pablo Larrazabal 200/1
Scott Henry 200/1
Trevor Fisher Jnr 250/1
Anthony Wall 300/1
Nino Bertasio 300/1
Joel Stalter 400/1
Lucas Bjerregaard 400/1
Richard Sterne 400/1
Thorbjorn Olesen 400/1
Bernd Wiesberger 500/1
Jens Fahrbring 500/1
Jordan Smith 500/1
Nacho Elvira 500/1
Alexander Bjork 750/1
Andy Sullivan 750/1
David Horsey 750/1
Eduardo De La Riva 750/1
Jeff Winther 750/1
Jens Dantorp 750/1
Matthew Southgate 750/1
Paul Lawrie 750/1
Romain Langasque 750/1
Ryan Fox 750/1
Tom Lewis 750/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the BMW International Open


Sergio Garcia
Sergio Garcia
James Kennedy

Henrik Stenson
Henrik Stenson
James Kennedy

Joost Luiten
Joost Luiten
James Kennedy

Pablo Larrazabal
Pablo Larrazabal

David Horsey
David Horsey

Graeme Storm
Graeme Storm
Marie-Lan Nguyen

Golfclub München Eichenried held its first BMW International Open just after the opening in 1989, which was won by David Feherty. This will be the 23rd time that the course has held this prestigious tournament.

Kurt Roßknecht who was commissioned to design 27 holes with three 9-hole loops designed the course - the parkland track is long and flat. Features include an abundant stock of a variety of trees with water hazards and streams, the numerous ponds feature some elegant dry stone-wall work. There are also two half-island greens and nearly 90 bunkers throughout the course for the players to contend with.

The Golfclub München Eichenried course is always maintained to an immaculate condition, and is continually updated to keep pace with new technology, new strategically placed bunkers, additional trees planted each year, water hazards being modified and tees extended.

My tips to win:

I think Sergio Garcia 15/2 – with SkyBet – is starting to feel the need to win to get away from his Masters victory back in April. He is obviously proud of that moment but listening to a recent interview I know he urgently wants to get back to winning tournaments. I am sure Sergio will be disappointed with his US Open Top 25 finish especially after many of his main challengers missed the cut. This is an event Garcia has played well in finishing runner-up in 2011 over this course so I expect him to be challenging this week.

Henrik Stenson 8/1 – with Coral – has won this event twice and will be the defending champion this week and although this weeks event will be played over the Golfclub München track and not the Golf Club Gut Larchenhof I still feel he will have a lot to prove to himself after missing the cut at last weeks US Open.

Another double champion of this event is Pablo Larrazabal 28/1 – with Bet365 – who’s two wins came over the Golfclub München course so its obviously a track that he enjoys teeing it up on. Pablo started the year with a runner-up finish in Abu Dhabi but his only other Top 5 finish was at the China Open, but being back here this week on a course that suits his eye, I expect to see him to be in one of the final groups come Sunday afternoon.

My each-way tips

The Lyoness Open see Joost Luiten’s 30/1 – with BetFred – first Top 10 finish of the year and if you follow the European Tour regularly you will know how strange saying that is of a player that seem to be right in the thick of it every week last season. There have been signs that the Dutchman was starting to hit form again, that final round 66 in Austria and a weeks rest could see him back to his best this week.

A player that seems to go quietly about his business is David Horsey 60/1 – with PaddyPower – who was runner-up two weeks ago at the Lyoness Open – which made it his third Top 10 of the year and his second in three starts. David’s is a past champion of this event and his last three starts over the Golfclub München course in this event have yielded two Top 20s and he also made the Top 10 last year over the Golf Club Gut Larchenhof track and should come into this week in confident mood.

My outside tips:

Graeme Storm 90/1 – with Bet365 – hasn’t had the best of times over the Golfclub München course in his last two starts here, but he did have a Top 25 finish over this track in 2011 and but for a final round 75 it could have been a lot better. Graeme comes into this week on the back of two Top 15 in his last three starts – one of which was his sixth place finish at BMW PGA Championship. Graeme had a Top 10 finish here last year and although it was on a different track his current mind-set should see him challenging again this week.

If you are looking for a bigger outside tip Thomas Bjorn 250/1 – with SportingBet – is another double champion of this event and also has a runner-up finish over this course.

As always good luck

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