This year’s Farmers Insurance Open is but a day away, and for those of you that have yet to bet on the golfer you think is going to win it, then keep in mind some of our featured betting sites are also offering some very decent each-way betting terms.
One of those betting sites is BetFred who are paying out to seven places on all each-way bets struck via their online or mobile betting site and they are also paying out one fifth of the win odds on each of those seven top placed golfers in this tournament too.
The current favourites to win this tournament are Jon Rahm at 10/1 who is heading the betting but only just, in fact those odds considering he is the favourite to win are rather tempting if you do feel he has a good chance of winning this event.
A very well known name is the second favourite to win this tournament and that golfer is of course Tiger Woods, and as far as just how generous the odds on him are, well at 12/1 there is certainly plenty of value in those odds if you are quick and manage to secure them.
It does look like the each-way betting opportunities are going to be much more appealing that an outright win bet on this golf tournament and as such there are plenty of golfers that could be worth backing each way including both Justin Rose and Rory McIlroy at 14/1.
Jason Day at and Xander Schauffele at 16/1 are also fair looking bets too and there is always a chance that Tony Finau could find his very best form and if so he look value bet too at 18/1.
It may be a better way of betting for you to wait until the tournament starts and then see just which players are in form, however there is no getting away from the fact those golfers that do perform well in the early stages of this tournament are going to see their win odds drop and drop quite noticeably too.
Therefore, if you are of the mind you would like to place a bet on any golfers tow in or much more so get placed then consider the possibilities of golfers such as Marc Leishman and Rickie Fowler at 20/1, Patrick Cantlay at 22/1 along with Gary Woodland at 25/1, Jordan Spieth at 30/1 and Charles Howell at 33/1 getting placed, as any of them could do just that.
For a few other golfers for you to ponder over and to consider backing much more each-way, you have the likes of Cameron Champ, Patrick Reed and Emiliano Grillo at 35/1.
Then at slightly higher odds you have Alex Noren, Cameron Smith, Keegan Bradley and Brandt Snedeker at 40/1 but just keep in mind their odds do give you an insight into what their respective winning chances are at this stage of the betting!