Golf Tips: 22/1 punt tops our BMW International Open best bets

Our tipster Sean Holland takes a swing at this weeks DP World Tour event in Germany



Pablo Larrazabal
Jorge Campillo (Each Way)
Marcel Siem (Each Way)
John Murphy (Each Way)

Following a weekend of late-night major golf in Tinseltown that challenged the body clocks of even the most avid golf enthusiasts this side of the Atlantic, it’s back to a sense of normality on the DP World Tour. This week we find ourselves back in Germany, as the BMW International Open returns to the Golfclub München Eichenried.

The course itself is flat and tree-lined with water hazards scattered amongst the 7,284 yard par 72 track. There are plenty of risk/reward opportunities for the players this week with four midrange par 5’s and a couple of driveable par 4’s that should make for some entertaining viewing. The course layout should suit those who are comfortable over mid-range iron shots, with a hot putter being the deciding factor for success here.

BMW International Open 2023 – June 22-25
Golfclub München Eichenried, Germany
TV: Sky Sports

Pablo Larrazabal to Win

Larrazabal has rolled back the years with his brilliant start to 2023. Pablo is one of the most consistent players on tour at the moment, notching two wins to his resume already this season.

On top of that, he also boasts some very impressive tournament form having won this event twice previously along with a top-five finish here last year. All signs point to Larrazabal having another good week and being in contention come Sunday afternoon.

Jorge Campillo (Each-Way)

Another Spaniard catches the eye this week, who just like his fellow countryman has both current and course form. If you are a keen spectator of the DP World Tour you’ll have seen Campillo up towards the business end of the leaderboard week in, week out.

Having won already this year along with four top-10s, Campillo is playing some of the best golf of his career. The course suits his style of play, with the stats backing it up. Along with three top-20 finishes in his last three appearances, Campillo has the second lowest combined score around Golfclub München Eichenried of 69.56 with only Larrazabal ahead of him. I’d expect him to go well again this week.

Marcel Siem (Each-Way)

The German produced some of his best golf all year in Hamburg at the European Open three weeks ago finishing second to Northern Ireland’s Tom McKibbin. Siem had all the signs of a man who was fired up by the home support. Having that at his disposal again this week could spell a good showing. With one Tour win this year already, along with four top-20 finishes around this track, there’s a good chance the local favourite goes close.

John Murphy (Each-Way)

Who doesn’t love a long shot? Well John Murphy’s ability and talent far exceeds his form on paper. The Cork man has started to get his footing on Tour after a slow start and this course should suit him.

From playing collegiate golf in America, the tree-lined course will favour his impressive iron play and shrewd short game. His best showing this year came at a very similar course layout in the Soudal Open. If everything clicks for Murphy, he’s well capable of putting together a run.

With a breakout tournament due soon, there’s a good chance it could come this week in Germany.


Pablo Larrazabal (Win)
Jorge Campillo (Each Way)
Marcel Siem (Each Way)
John Murphy (Each Way)

*All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change.




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