BMW PGA Championship Betting Tips 2019

Who is going to win a Wentworth?

The European Tour heads to Wentworth for the flagship BMW PGA Championship.

BMW PGA Championship Betting Tips 2019

The European Tour heads to its flagship event this week, the BMW PGA Championship hosted at Wentworth.

The tournament used to be played in May but a change in schedule has seen it move to September with the PGA Championship across the pond moving to earlier in the year.

As a result the field in 2019 is incredibly strong with many of the worlds top players competing at the Surrey course - players like Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose, Jon Rahm and Tony Finau.

Below we have made our advised betting tip selections.

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BMW PGA Championship Betting Tips 2019 Advised Bets

Francesco Molinari 3 points each way at 25/1 with - It sounds like an easy selection to go for last years winner but as far as records go, Molinari's around Wentworth is hard to ignore. The year before his victory he came second and has also had several top-10 finishes in years gone by too. He may not have played since the BMW Championship, but Molinari clearly loves playing at the Surrey course.

Bernd Wiesberger 2 points each way at 35/1 with - The Austrian has shown some excellent form in 2019 winning twice, a tied 2nd in Ireland and a couple of top-10 finishes. Additionally he seems to be solid at Wentworth.

Robert MacIntyre 1 point each way at 70/1 with -

A player who has shown a meteoric rise up the rankings in his debut European Tour season, the Scot has had two runners-up finishes this year, one of which came a couple of weeks ago at the Porsche European Open.

Sebastian Soderberg 1 point each way at 175/1 with -

Considering he beat Rory McIlroy and several others golfers in a playoff in Switzerland recently, it is surprising to see his odds so high. He clearly has form going into the event as the week before his win he also had a top-5 finish in Scandinavia.

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