BMW International Open Betting Tips

The DP World Tour is in Germany this week for the BMW International Open. Find out what our golf expert John Pentin is predicting for this event and also make sure to take full advantage of the betting offers selected for you below to maximise the betting value this week. 


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BMW International Open Betting

BMW International Open Betting Tips | Thursday 22nd June to Sunday 25th June 2023

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Main Bet: Pablo Larrazabal To Win

The DP World Tour rarely features the same venue year after year, but Golf Club Munchen Eichenried has turned out to be a notable exception. After a brief stint sharing the BMW International Open with Gut Larchenhof, it has re-established itself as the customary host, providing a riveting parkland test amidst wooded terrain and a thrilling finale that leaves spectators on the edge of their seats.

The Riveting Closing Stretch

The drama typically unfolds in the last three holes, beginning with the 319-yard par-4 16th, progressing to the 205-yard par-3 17th, and culminating in the 568-yard par-5 18th, presenting a strategic game of attack-defend-attack. The 18th hole is an especially intriguing challenge, where the audacious drive is over the pond, trimming the corner of the dogleg, and reducing the distance to the green. However, this route also risks propelling the ball into the rough or a bunker beyond the fairway bend.

Noteworthy Moments at Eichenried

One particularly memorable moment dates back to 2009 when Argentina’s Rafa Echenique made an impressive comeback on the back nine, securing an eagle-3 at the par-5 11th and adding another three birdies before reaching the 16th tee. After missing out on an opportunity to set a clubhouse target at the 16th, he managed a birdie at the 17th and an astounding albatross-2 at the 18th, setting a back-nine record of 27 and finishing second to Nick Dougherty. In 2017, his compatriot Andres Romero went 7-under in the last 11 holes to claim victory, demonstrating the potential for a thrilling climax at Eichenried.

Betting on Pablo Larrazabal

Pablo Larrazabal, with his impressive track record, is a promising bet this week. Having triumphed twice in his last four appearances – at the Korea Championship and the KLM Open – and four times in his last 28 starts, Larrazabal’s performance has been consistently strong. Despite facing a challenging period due to his departure from the LIV event and subsequent disconcertment with his treatment on the range and from the tour’s Wentworth HQ, Larrazabal has bounced back to winning ways.

Many believe that the mass exodus to the PGA Tour has indirectly benefited players like Larrazabal. His skill level is marginally below those who left, meaning he now ranks among the top winners when in form. His exceptional course record, which includes two wins in 2011 and 2015, top-20 finishes in 2017 and 2021, and a fifth-place finish last year, further bolsters his prospects. Given his track record and current form, one might argue that he is significantly undervalued at 28/1.

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John Pentin
Born and raised in London, John has always been in love with sport. He started successfully his own blog back in 2006, while writing for football in several newspaper. John has also worked with several betting operators as sports trader and has joined since the start in 2013. John is now head of the content team at