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Last updated: 19 Jun 2024
Brad Newcomb 19 Jun 2024
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  • The Dutch Open takes place between 20-23 June
  • The tournament takes place at the International, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Pablo Larrazabal is the defending champion
  • Our 4 selections who can win the title
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The DP World Tour returns to the International for the first time since 2019, with the KLM Dutch Open up for grabs. Who will walk away with the honours come Sunday?


Pablo Larrazabal is back to defend his title after a two-stroke victory over Adrián Otaegui in 2023. 


Regular PGA Tour players Matt Wallace and Luke List are among the entries to contest the KLM Dutch Open at the International. 


These are our four selections that could win the title this weekend.


Bernd Wiesberger 


Bernd Wiesberger was playing well during the opening rounds of the season, placing T21 at the Hero Dubai Desert Classic, T37 at the Ras Al Khaimah Championship, T16 at the Bahrain Championship and T16 at the Porsche Singapore Classic before missing the cut at the Hero Indian Open. 


However, Wiesberger shrugged off that disappointing result, finishing T24 at the ISPS Handa Championship in Japan, T23 at the Volvo China Open, T24 at the Soudal Open and T2 at the European Open in his subsequent four starts. 


The eight-time DP World Tour winner has featured five times at the KLM Dutch Open, with results of MC in 2011, T12 in 2012, 2nd in 2016, T9 in 2017 and T24 in 2022. 

Since returning to the DP World Tour, Wiesberger has been in solid form and will draw on his performances at this event to come out on top in the Netherlands. 


Matt Wallace


Matt Wallace struggled to find any rhythm during the opening few months of his season on the PGA Tour, finishing T40 at the Sentry, T52 at the Sony Open in Hawaii, MC at the American Express, MC at the Farmers Insurance Open and T53 at the WM Phoenix Open.

He was then T33 at the Mexico Open, MC at the Cognizant Classic, MC at the Players Championship, T17 at the Valspar Championship and MC at the Texas Children's Houston Open. 

However, Wallace has looked better lately, placing 36th at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, T4 at the CJ CUP Byron Nelson, T20 at the Myrtle Beach Classic, T43 at the PGA Championship and T27 at the RBC Canadian Open.

The 34-year-old Englishman has compiled an impressive record at this event, with results of T9 in 2017, 3rd in 2019 at the International and T5 in 2022.

Wallace has found consistency in his game and will fancy his chances to emerge as the winner of the KLM Dutch Open this weekend.

Alex Fitzpatrick


Alex Fitzpatrick played solid golf during the opening months of the DP World Tour season, placing T18 at the Fortinet Australian PGA Championship, T8 at the ISPS Handa Australian Open, T16 at the Hero Dubai Desert Classic and T16 at the Ras Al Khaimah Championship. 


Fitzpatrick lacked consistency after those performances, with results of MC at the Bahrain Championship, T42 at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters, T21 at the Porsche Singapore Classic and MC at the Hero Indian Open. 


However, Fitzpatrick has refound the form he showed at the beginning of the season lately, placing T23 at the Corales Puntacana Championship, T11 at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, T18 at the Soudal Open, T51 at the European Open and T4 at the Volvo Car Scandinavian Mixed. 


The 25-year-old Englishman missed the cut on debut at the 2023 KLM Dutch Open. 

Fitzpatrick achieved this first top-five place of the season in his previous start, giving him a confident boost to go all the way and win at the International golf course. 


Guido Migliozzi


Guido Migliozzi was in decent nick at the start of the DP World Tour season, finishing T40 at the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open, 13th at the Dubai Invitational, T25 at the Hero Dubai Desert Classic and T68 at the Ras Al Khaimah Championship.

Migliozzi's form dropped off after those performances, with results of MC at the Bahrain Championship, T49 at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters, MC at the Magical Kenya Open, T16 at the Porsche Singapore Classic, MC at the Hero Indian Open and MC at the ISPS Handa Championship in Japan.

The 27-year-old Italian has rediscovered his touch lately, placing 2nd at the Volvo China Open, T24 at the Soudal Open, and T8 at the European Open. 

The three-time DP World Tour winner has made two appearances at the KLM Dutch Open, placing T10 in 2022 before missing the cut in 2023.

Migliozzi appears to have turned the corner and should enter calculations in Amsterdam this weekend. 

Verdict

Wiesberger looked back to his best last time out and will fancy his chances to add another DP World Tour title to his resume in Amsterdam this weekend.
 
Wallace has previously performed well at the KLM Dutch Open and will fancy his chances to lift the trophy come Sunday.

Fitzpatrick has been thereabouts for much of the season and will be in the mix in the Netherlands this weekend.
 
Migliozzi has been in better shape in his previous three starts and could surprise the other with victory at the International.

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