The BMW International Open in Germany may not have the razmataz of the US Open but it has some quality players taking part. Masters Champion, Sergio Garcia will be there as will home favourite Martin Kaymer. Henrik Stenson will also be defending his title in Munich. Garcia starts as the favourite but there are plenty of players who could take the title on Sunday. Following a disappointing US Open, the Spiv is aiming to get back to winning ways with this Motley crew.
Bernd Wiesberger 16/1 (PaddyPower)
One of the most consistent players on the European Tour, Wiesberger is always a good bet for any event. Four top fives finishes in 2017 and one victory at the Shenzhen International shows that the Austrian is deserving of his odds. A top 20 finish at the US Open showed that he also making waves at the Majors.
Tommy Fleetwood 22/1 (Sportingbet)
Tommy Fleetwood’s heroic’s at the US Open has shown that he a man to watch. He will be hoping to build on that momentum. Currently second in the Race to Dubai, the Englishman has five top-five finishes including his victory at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship. With his stock now rising it is best to shop around for a great price.
David Horsey 60/1 (PaddyPower)
David Horsey battled his way into second place at the Lyoness Open narrowly missing a four-way playoff. He has shown a massive improvement and building on his two top ten finishes. This improvement has seen his odds reach as low as 40/1 for this event with some bookmakers. PaddyPower has him at 60/1 and well worth an Each Way.
Eddie Pepperell: 100/1 (StanJames)
Since regaining his European Tour card, Pepperell is finally starting to hit form. A T-16th at the US Open should have increased his stock among the bookies but here he is at 100/1. This is a price that will have many interested.
Mike Lorenzo-Vera: 150/1 (PaddyPower)
When he’s good, he’s really good. Two top ten finishes from eight tournaments are proof of that. However, when he’s bad it can be quite shocking. The only question is which one will turn up? At 150/1 it is worth an Each Way to find out.