BMW International Open Betting Tips and Predictions

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BMW International Open betting tips and predictions with golf betting tips for this weeks tournament including each-way bets. 

This will be the 26th staging of the BMW International Open in Germany which was first played back in 1989.

The Golf Club Gut Lärchenhof was the venue for this event two years ago, when Danny Willett beat Marcus Frazer in a sudden death playoff. The course has also been used for the Mercedes-Benz Championship between 2007 and 2009, and prior to that the venue used to host the Linde German Masters. 
German Martin Kaymer heads the BMW Invitational betting market after winning his second Major tournament just two weeks ago at the US Open but we are looking elsewhere for our best value BMW International golf betting tips.

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BMW International Open Betting Tips 

Rafa Cabrera-Bello (each-way) – bet here at 50/1 with Ladbrokes.

The first of my each-way golf betting tips this week goes to the Spaniard Rafa Cabrera-Bello, he has played some very good golf this season without getting the illusive win.  He has played in 12 events so far this campaign and has only missed one cut which was at the Maybank Malaysian Open where he shot a first round 77, the worst round of his season to date which he has been put to side with some encouraging golf recently.  Overall Rafa has had 5 top ten finishes this season his best effort was at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters back in January where third round 73 blew his chances of winning on the European Tour for a third time.

Chris Wood (each-way) – bet here at 40/1 with Bet365.

Chris has been quite hard to judge this season, he has played in 13 events so far on tour with variant success, he has missed five cuts which is worrying to say the least but on the occasions he has made the cut the Englishman has generally gone on to have a good weekend, he has actually notched 5 top twenties which is a good strike rate when progressing to the weekend of tournaments. His play has been particularly pleasing over his last five starts where he has finished in the top 30 on four out of the five events.  His best finish to date this year was at the Championship at Laguna National where he shot four rounds in the 60's to finish in fifth place.  

Alvaro Quiros (each-way) – bet here at 66/1 with Coral.

As mentioned, the Spanish contingent have had a decent record in this event over the past couple of years, most significantly was when Pablo Larrazabal was crowned champion of this event back in 2011.  In the same year Sergio Garcia found himself as runner up to Pablo, also Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano finished the event in third position the last time Lärchenhof hosted this event.  Alvaro has played in 10 events so far this campaign and on each occasion he has made the cut which shows his game is in good health.  Quiros is one of the biggest hitters on tour and surprisingly he is also very good from the fairway with his irons, his game should suit this course here in Germany, and I feel he is great valve at 66/1 for this each-way golf betting tip on the BWM International Open.

Simon Dyson (each-way) – bet here at 80/1 with Betfred.

Simon has played in 17 golf events so far this season but he has not lived up to the form which seen the Englishman playing alongside the elite of the sport in 2012 when he played in all four Majors.  Dyson has struggled with his form since winning the KLM Open for a third time back in September of 2011, but he has shown some signs of encouraging form recently.  The 36 year old is searching for his 7th victory on tour after nearly three years since his last victory.  The Englishman's best finish to date this season was way back in December at the Alfred Dunhill Championship where he finished the tournament in 3rd place.  Recently though he performed very well at the flagship event on the European Tour, the BMW PGA Championship with an encouraging top 5 finish.  Simons iron play could be a major factor here this week and I have put faith in the Englishman to have promising week in Germany.

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