BMW International Open Odds, Field and Picks

BMW International Open Odds, Field and Picks

After a week off for members of the DP World Tour to compete at the U.S. Open, the circuit begins the four-week run-up to the Open Championship at Royal Liverpool with the BMW International Open in Germany. Here is our betting preview and the latest BMW International Open Odds.

The event in BMW’s home country began in 1989 when David Feherty outdueled Fred Couples. There have been several two-time winners, including Paul Azinger, Thomas Bjorn, and Henrik Stenson. Pablo Larrazabal has a chance to become the first three-time champion this year. 

Li Haotong is the defending champion. 

DP World Tour Odds

The Course

The Golfclub München Eichenried in Munich has hosted most editions of this event and does so again this year for the fourth consecutive time. 

It’s a flat par-72 course with water on the majority of the holes. The trees have filled out over the past 15-plus years, making hitting the fairways more important. John Daly has the tournament record of a 27-under 261 set in 2001. Since 2010, however, only Haotong has carded a winning score better than 20-under par (-22).

Meronk Slightly Favored

Adrian Meronk (+1100), a native of nearby Poland, is favored to win. He narrowly missed the cut in Los Angeles last week after three late bogeys in the second round. He also missed the cut the week before in Canada, but he returns to European soil, where he has a win and two other top-five finishes in his last four starts. 

Other Contenders

Rasmus Hojgaard (+1200) and Victor Perez (+1400) are next. They haven’t been in great form, but no winner here over the past six years has come in. 

Yannik Paul (+1800) is probably the best chance a German has to win this event. He’s coming off a third-place effort in Sweden, which was his third podium finish of 2023. He tied for 32nd here a year ago. 

Romain Langasque (+2200) was fifth in this event a year ago and has enjoyed good results as of late. He was runner-up to Meronk in Italy and took home a top 10 the last time the tour was in Germany, which was just three weeks ago. 

Pablo Larrazabal (+2500) has great value given his course history—two wins plus a fifth place in 2022. He missed the cut in LA last week but has won his last two DP World Tour starts: last month in the Netherlands and in Korea in late April. Larrazabal also has the best scoring average of anyone in the field with at least 10 rounds on this course at 69.5. 

Jorge Campillo (+2500) joins fellow Spaniard Larrazabal on our list of those to watch. He has a win in March of this year and has been a consistent threat all season. He didn’t contend here a year ago but placed third in 2021. 

BMW International Open Odds and Picks

Assuming that jet lag won’t be a factor after missing the cut at the U.S. Open, we expect Meronk to thrive again in his native continent like he has all spring. We’ll back Paul as the hometown favorite who’s playing well, and it’s impossible to stay away from Larrazabal at such player-friendly odds. 

Here are the latest odds from JazzSports for the DP World Tour’s 2023 BMW International Open.

Adrian Meronk+1100
Rasmus Hojgaard+1200
Victor Perez+1400
Antoine Rozner+1500
Robert MacIntyre+1800
Yannik Paul+1800
Romain Langasque+2200
Jorge Campillo+2500
Pablo Larrazabal+2500
Ewen Ferguson / Richard Mansell / Takumi Kanaya+3000

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