The Andalucía Masters will be starting tomorrow which does of course mean that if you want to bet on any golfers in the hope that they win that tournament, some of the best possible odds will be available today and very early tomorrow on the ante post betting markets.
With that in mind and to give you few pointers as to just which golfers are being backed and which ones may just go on to win, below I will be giving you an insight into the current state of the Andalucía Masters future betting markets, but be aware the odds are subject to change at any time.
There are two golfers that have been backed in the last few weeks and they are Sergio Garcia and Jon Rahm, and whilst they have been attracting a fair bit of support it hasn’t been enough to force bookies to drop down their win odds from 13/2.
If you do not rate the chances of those two current red-hot favourites then there are a couple of other golfers that are good enough to win an event like this at some much bigger and much more tempting odds, and they are Matthew Fitzpatrick who is a 10/1 shot and Joost Luiten who is 20/1.
One Fifth the Odds Each-Way
As you take a look around several different betting sites to compare the odds that on offer on any golfers that you fancy backing, in the hope of course of finding one offering the very highest odds, do also compare those betting sites each-way betting terms.
I say that as I am aware that some bookies such as BetFred are paying out at one fifth of the win odds on thee place part of an each-way bet but are also paying out to an amazing seven places too, which makes them the bookie to bet each-way with for sure.
Some Outsiders Worth Following
Your best way of betting on the Andalucía Masters this year may be placing several each-way bets nut on those golfers whose odds are high enough for you to get some decent returns even if they are only placed in the top seven places on the leader board at the end of the tournament.
As for those golfers that may just be worth backing each-way, well I do like the chances of Mike Lorenzo-Vera and Julian Suri who have odds of 25/1 attached to them right now, and those odds do make them a very solid each-way bet.
Then you have the likes of both David Lipsky and Paul Waring who do have a chance of finishing in the top seven positions with a little bit of luck in playing, and they can be backed at odds of 35/1, which at one fifth of those odds will see you getting 7/1 placed odds on any of them.
Finally, I do also fancy the chances of Jorge Campillo, Thomas Detry and Andy Sullivan but in an each-way betting type of way and for reference their odds are all 40/1.