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BMW International Open 2018
The European Tour visits the German city of Pulheim for the BMW International Open this week and we’ve taken a look at five things you need to know.The 2018 BMW International Open betting odds have been released for the week at Golf Club Gut Laerchenhof in Germany.
This year, the BMW International Open celebrates its 30th anniversary as a European Tour event. No other event on the Tour has been held continuously for three decades under the same tournament name and with organiser BMW. It was recently revealed that BMW has extended the agreement to hold the tournament by four years until 2022, and it is set to return to Golfclub München Eichenried next year.
Just days after Brooks Koepka’s incredible final round comeback to win the U.S. Open, the European Tour resumes with the BMW International Open this week. Some of the best on the European Tour will make their way to Pulheim, Germany and the Golf Club Gut Laerchenhoef to compete with U.S. Open runner-up Tommy Fleetwood set to headline this week’s field. We took the time to break down the list of sports betting favorites, the next line of contenders and the sleeper picks worth considering at this event. Here is a look at the best bets to win the BMW International Open this week. Odds are courtesy
There are some major question marks surrounding Fleetwood as the sports betting favorite to win this tournament outright. First of all, he is coming off an excellent performance at the U.S. Open but could have to overcome fatigue after travelling across the Atlantic back to Germany without much of a break. Second, there isn’t exactly much value betting Fleetwood to win at +700 odds. While he has the skill set to contend, it might make more sense to pass on Fleetwood at the BMW International Open this week.