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Final round
scores for
the BMW
International
Open

Viktor Hovland -19
Martin Kaymer -17
Jorge Campillo -15
Victor Dubuisson -14
Darren Fichardt -13
Justin Harding -13
Sam Horsfield -13
Shaun Norris -13
Vincent Norrman -13
Andy Sullivan -13
Bernd Wiesberger -13

Final round
betting odds
for
the BMW
International Open

Viktor Hovland 1/5
Jorge Campillo 9/1
Darren Fichardt 12/1
Bernd Wiesberger 28/1
Andy Sullivan 80/1
Daniel Van Tonder 100/1
Justin Harding 100/1
Niall Kearney 100/1
Sam Horsfield 125/1
Martin Kaymer 125/1
Shaun Norris 150/1
Matthew Jordan 200/1
Victor Dubuisson 200/1
Matthias Schmid 250/1
Justin Walters 250/1
Louis Oosthuizen 250/1
Masahiro Kawamura 300/1
Ryan Fox 300/1
Takumi Kanaya 400/1
Pablo Larrazábal 400/1
Min Woo Lee 400/1
Antoine Rozner 500/1
Sebastian Garcia Rodriguez 500/1
Zander Lombard 750/1
Adrian Otaegui 750/1
Thomas Pieters 750/1
Calum Hill 750/1
Rasmus Højgaard 750/1
Matthias Schwab 750/1
Sergio Garcia 750/1
Andrew Johnston 750/1

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Review & Betting Tips for the BMW International Open

 

Viktor Hovland
Viktor Hovland
Ping

Sergio Garcia
Sergio Garcia
Corn Farmer

Pablo Larrazabal
Matthias Schwab
James Kennedy

Alexander Björk
Alexander Björk
Volvo China Open Richard Castka Sportpixgolf.com

Pablo Larrazabal
Thorbjorn Olesen
Volvo China Open Richard Castka Sportpixgolf.com

Pablo Larrazabal
Wil Besseling
@wbesseling1

Rhys Enoch
Rhys Enoch
Titleist

 

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 25th 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:

Currently in twentieth place on the European Ryder Cup table and fourteenth place on the World rankings Viktor Hovland 13/2 — with UniBet — needs at least a win over the next couple of weeks on the European Tour from his Open Championship preparations if he is to make his way into the Top 9 automatic Ryder Cup team picks. Viktor didn’t get off to the greatest start at the US Open but after getting sand caught in his eye from bunker practice on the Friday he never had a chance to try and make the cut having to withdraw, which will only make him more determined to do well this week.

Trying to make it back-to-back Spanish wins this week will be Sergio Garcia 12/1 — 888Sport — who is teeing up this week with only one goal on his mind and that is to force himself into Padriag Harringtons’ Ryder Cup team come September. This is also Sergio’s Open Championship preparation and acclimatisation and while he didn’t threaten the lead at any point at the US Open he did fire a final round 68 to finish inside the Top 20 and he will be in confident mood when he arrives here this week.

Like my first two picks Matthias Schwab 28/1 — with SportingBet — will be wanting to force himself into that European Ryder Cup team and he currently sits at eleventh place on that points table, but with points now being doubled until September a win this week could push him into the automatic selection places. Matthias comes into this week having only been outside the Top 11 twice in seven starts and I am sure he will be raring to go after a weeks rest.

Each-way tips:

With his court case being put back until later in the year Thorbjørn Olesen 45/1 — BetFred — got off to a flying start on his first tournament back making the Top 5 at the Gran Canaria Lopesan Open and following that up with a twelfth place a week later on the same course for the Tenerife Open. Although he hasn’t challenged again in his last three starts, Thorbjørn had a Top 10 here in 2019 the last that time the event was played on this course and he also has two runner-up finish in 2018 and 2016 when the event was held at Golf Club Gut Laerchenhof the course that this event alternates with.

I tipped Alexander Björk 45/1 — BetFred — at the Scandinavian Mixed where he had his second Top 10 finish from his last four starts the other coming at the Made In HimmerLand where he shot a second round 63, Alex has also made the Top 30 in his other two starts at the Porsche European Open and the BetFred British Masters. Björk has only played in this event once before finishing tied for thirty-fourth place firing three rounds under par and I am sure he will be looking forward to this week with confidence in his current form.

Outside tip:

Another player that I tipped at the Scandinavian Mixed was Wil Besseling 100/1 — BetFred — who got off to a solid start, but a final round 74 see him slide down the leaderboard from his Top 15 position. The reason I have tipped the Dutchman is that he seems to have found something in his game over the last few month, but the reason he is this far down the betting odds is he hasn’t been able to do that consistently over all four rounds apart from at the Austrian Golf Open where he had a fourth place finish, which shows when he does put it together he can challenge.

Longer odds:

Try Rhys Enoch 250/1 — with UniBet

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