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BMW Championship Tips: Justin Rose To Secure PGA Tour Title At Medinah

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In this article, you will find the best BMW Championship tips. We have a massively competitive golf field this week at the Medinah Country Club in Illinois for what should be a cracking BMW Championship.

All the best betting sites have made Brooks Koepka and Rory Mcllroy the top favourite for this event, but this PGA Tour event is wide open with several top golf stars looking for glory in this tournament.

BMW Championship Betting Tips

Koepka can be backed at best price of 8/1 with BetVictor. The American proved to be in good form at the Northern Trust Open in the last weekend, but eventually, he failed to build on his advantage and give away the title to Patrick Reed (25/1 with Betfred).

Mcllroy is also at 8/1 with Paddy Power this week and similarly to the multiple Major winner, has failed to keep his high standards in the last couple of weeks. Both those two top players might not have the form to win again on the PGA Tour but will be in contention and probably both will come up short again. The odds are too skinny, so we are not suggesting backing them.

Jon Rahm is at 11/1 with Paddy Power. He looked like he could win in the Northern Trust Open but eventually couldn’t resist Reed and had to settle for a 3rd place. The Spaniard is in good form and surely he is a solid each-way bet for this week.

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Jon Rahm is at 11/1 with Paddy Power. He looked like he could win in the Northern Trust Open but eventually couldn’t resist Reed and had to settle for a 3rd place. The Spaniard is in good form and surely he is a solid each-way bet for this week.

Even if Dustin Johnson is not firing on all cylinders at the moment, he has won this event twice and might in the frame. He can be backed at 14/1 with bet365, but we don’t see him winning here considering his current form. Similar things can be said for Justin Thomas, who is currently at 14/1 with William Hill. He has not shown great golf recently and can be safely ignored.

British golfer Justin Rose has great memories of Medinah. He played here in the victorious Ryder Cup campaign in 2012. On that occasion, the European team came from way behind to win the trophy in an action-packed final day.

Rose was tenth in the Northern Trust Open and has an excellent record in the BMW Championship where he has finished in the second position in the last two editions. He is available at 18/1 with Paddy Power, and surely at those odds, there is an excellent value in backing him to claim victory on Sunday afternoon.

If you are looking for bigger odds you should consider Marc Leishman that is available at 80/1 with Paddy Power. He has won here in 2017 and represent a fantastic each-way value. Same can be said for Louis Oosthuizen who is currently at 40/1 with Paddy Power. He tied six in the last week and if he can keep the momentum going, can deliver some pleasant surprises to his backers.

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