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The DP World Tour is making an immediate return to Germany for the 2023 BMW International Open.
The European circuit was in Hamburg for the Porsche European Open earlier in the month and the latest stop is Munich for the 34th edition of the International Open from June 22-25.
This tournament takes place just three months before the Ryder Cup in Rome and a number of European players will be out looking to impress captain Luke Donald, who will also be in the field.
Ryder Cup hopefuls Victor Perez, Adrian Meronk, Jorge Campillo and Yannick Paul will be hoping to claim a statement victory as interest builds ahead of the biennial contest with the USA in late September.
Haotong Li, meanwhile, is the defending champion after a dramatic playoff victory over Thomas Pieters in last year’s event.
The Chinese player, who finished level on 22-under-par with the former European Ryder Cup star, incredibly sunk a 50ft putt to seal the win on the first play-off hole.
He is in the field to defend his title, but will face huge competition from a strong field in Germany.
Just look at how much it meant to Li Haotong to win the BMW International Open! 🏆pic.twitter.com/NRXcLN2wYK
— Sky Sports (@SkySports) June 26, 2022
Viktor Hovland won the 2021 tournament, while other high-profile winners of this event include Colin Montgomerie, John Daly, Thomas Bjorn, Lee Westwood, Henrik Stenson and Martin Kaymer.
Here’s everything you need to know about the 2023 BMW International Open…
BMW International Open details
Course: Golfclub München Eichenried, Munich, Germany
Course Stats: 7,284 yards, par 72
Defending Champion: Haotong Li
Purse: $2 million
Winner’s Share: $333,330
BMW International Open betting tips
Adrian Meronk 14/1
Rasmus Hojgaard 16/1
Victor Perez 20/1
Antoine Rozner 25/1
Yannik Paul 25/1
Robert MacIntyre 25/1
Romain Langasque 28/1
The bunkered Bet
Pablo Larrazabal 30/1
Larrazabal is great value given his record on the course and his recent form. The Spaniard has won twice in his last four DP World Tour starts with victories at the Korea Championship and KLM Open. He has also won this event twice (2011 and 2015) and finished fifth last season. This week, he is in good shape to make it a hat-trick in Munich with Luke Donald watching at close quarters.
All odds correct at time of publication. Please gamble responsibly.
BMW International Open how to watch
Here’s how UK viewers can tune into the DP World Tour event:
Thursday 22 June: Sky Sports Golf, 11:30am
Friday 23 June: Sky Sports Golf, 11:30am
Saturday 24 June: Sky Sports Golf, 12:30pm
Sunday 25 June: Sky Sports Golf, 12:30pm
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