As you get more experienced at betting you will soon realise that to secure the best odds on any major sporting events you will need to bet on them well in advance of them actually starting, on the ante post, early and futures betting markets.
That is certainly going to be the case on any upcoming golf tournaments, for the odds on each golfer that does then go on to play well in any gold tournament are never going to be as high as they are before the tournament begins.
What I shall therefore be looking at today are the very best betting odds on a range of upcoming golf tournaments, and the very first one I would like to look at from a betting point of view is the Solheim Cup 2019.
That women only golf tournament is held every two years and the next time it is being staged in from the 13th through to the 15th of September and it will be up at the Gleneagles’ PGA Centenary Course in Scotland that tournament will be held at too. The team that is expected to women are the USA team who look a true valued bet at their current odds of 4/7.
Ryder Cup 2020
The USA are 8/11 to win the Ryder Cup next year, and whilst those odds may look a tad skinny plenty of punters have been backing them on the futures betting markets in the hope that those long-term bets will finally pay off.
However, there are two other options available to you on those long term Ryder Cup futures betting markets one is a little far-fetched by may just occur that being the Tie which you an back at odds of 11/1 and another bet that could tempt you into placing it due to the odds available are for Europe to win the Ryder Cup in 2020 and they are 11/8 shot right now to do just that.
The Northern Trust 2019
You can still place bets on the in-play betting markets that most bookies site sand apps have currently got on offer on this year’s Northern Trust 2019 golf tournament and if you do fancy betting on that tournament the it would appear to be Dustin Johnson at 2/1 that does look like he best bet you can place on it.
There are three other golfers still in which a reasonable chance of winning and they are Jon Rahm at 5/1, Rory Mcilroy at 7/1 and Jordan Spieth at 15/2.
Some other golfers who are in with a not too great chance of winning but you never know may just pull the tournament out of the bag despite their huge current odds are golfers like Justin Rose and Patrick Reed at 11/1 along with Justin Thomas, Abraham Ancer and Louis Oosthuizen at 25/1 to.