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2017 BMW International Open odds and betting information

Sportsbooks Look Over BMW Open Golf Odds

Posted by: Charlie Smith

With the start of the BMW International Open this Thursday, online golf betting will take off for the second week in a row. This weekend’s action will give bettors the chance to bet on some of the biggest names in golf at one of the most prestigious events of the year.

2017 BMW International Open

When: June 22nd-25th

Where: Golfclub München Eichenreid, Germany

Purse: 2,000,000 Euros

The BMW International Open is a professional golf tournament (men’s) held annually in Germany, the home of Bavarian Motor Works. Originally, the tournament was held in BMW’s home city of Munich until it was moved to Cologne in 2012. The sportsbook tournament has been held every year since its inception in 1989. Players who bet on sports can find the odds for the event below.

Matchups for Entire BMW Open – Online Golf Betting Odds

Mikko Korhonen –1 ½ (+105)-115 vs. James Morrison +1 ½ (-135)         -105

David Horsey -1 ½ (+105)     -115 vs. Nicolas Colsaerts +1 ½ (-135)         -105

Brandon Stone -1 ½ (EV)     -120 vs. Dean Burmester +1 ½ (-130)          EV

Pablo Larrazabal +1 ½ (-125) +105 vs. Joost Luiten -1 ½ (-105)              -125

Joost Luiten -1 ½ (EV)          -120 vs. Andy Sullivan +1 ½ (-130)              EV

Thongchai Jaidee +1 ½ (-135) -105 vs. Fabrizio Zanotti -1 ½ (+105)        -115

Renato Paratore +1 ½ (-120) +110 vs. David Lipsky -1 ½ (-110)              -130

Peter Hanson -1 ½ (-125)      -145 vs. Marcel Siem +1 ½ (-105)                 +125

Sergio Garcia -1 ½ (EV)       -120 vs. Henrik Stenson +1 ½ (-130)            EV

Sergio Garcia -1 ½ (-120)      -140 vs. Bernd Wiesberger +1 ½ (-110)       +120

Tommy Fleetwood -1 ½ (+110) -110 vs. Martin Kaymer +1 ½ (-140)       -110

Tommy Fleetwood -1 ½ (+105) -115 vs. Rafa Cabrera-Bello +1 ½ (-135) -105

Martin Kaymer -1 ½ (+110) -110 vs. Rafa Cabrera-Bello +1 ½ (-140)     -110

Eddie Pepperell +1 ½ (-135) -105 vs. Graeme Storm -1 ½ (+105)             -115

Scott Jamieson -1 ½ (+110)   -110 vs. Jbe Kruger +1 ½ (-140)                   -110

George Coetzee -1 ½ (+110) -110 vs. Kiradech Aphibarnrat +1 ½ (-140) -110

Thorbjorn Olesen -1 ½ (+105) -115 vs. Dylan Frittelli +1 ½ (-135)           -105

Jordan Smith -1 ½ (+105)     -115 vs. Victor Dubuisson +1 ½ (-135)         -105

Pablo Larrazabal +1 ½ (-125) +105 vs. Andy Sullivan -1 ½ (-105)           -125

Henrik Stenson -1 ½ (-110)   -130 vs. Bernd Wiesberger +1 ½ (-120)       +110

The tournament is expected to get off to a less than spectacular start, considering the rough weather that Munich is expecting on Thursday. The unpredictability of the climate will spill into Friday, but Saturday and Sunday are both expected to be sunny. At the very least, online golf betting fans can be certain that the conclusion of the tournament will be played with fair weather.

All eyes will be on Pablo Larrazabal this weekend. Larrazabal is a two-time winner of the event (2011, 2015) and is coming off a 9th place finish in 2016. Larrazabal feels very comfortable on his course and will be looking for a rebound after missing the cut at the Nordea Masters.

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