Golf fans and sports bettors are of course going to be watching the Open de France this week, and there are certainly going to be plenty golfers that have a fair chance of winning that tournament, and will have their eyes on a big share of the prize pool is as usual is high in value.
From a betting point of view though, there are a handful of golfers that are in with a chance of lifting the trophy and getting their hands of a big share of that prize pool, the first of which is Alex Noren who is being offered at outright win odds is 10/1.
If he does play up to his current form then he does represent some excellent value, but be prepared to take a look at the Open de France betting markets that several of our featured and top rated bookies are offering, as you may find some slightly higher odds if you do so.`
The current second favourite is Erik van Rooyen, and with odds being touted at odds of around the 12/1 mark, there is a fair chance he could come out on top if everything does go his way during that major golf tournament too.
Who Else is Being Backed?
I will leave it up to you to decide which is any of the golfers that are taking part in the Open de France to back, if you are planning on doing so, but do keep in mind that there are some that do have a much better chance of winning than others, and one that springs to mind is Joost Luiten who is a 15/1 shot right now.
A couple of other golfers that will be worth taking your chances on, if you are seeking out some much higher odds, then do consider backing the likes of Matthias Schwab who does look a value bet right now at odds of 16/1 and then there is Thomas Pieters who is an 18/1 shot.
Plenty of Golfers to Pick From
It may be the odds rather than the golfer you are looking for, much more so if you are after some each-way betting opportunities, and as such allow me to give you the names and the current odds attached to the rest of the much more fancied golfers that are involved in the Open de France.
You will find Jordan Smith at 20/1 who is followed in the betting by Marcus Kinhult at 28/1 and then there is Ross Fisher at 30/1.
As for the chances that bookies think Sam Horsfield and Thomas Detry have, well many bookies have them both chalked up at odds of 35/1 so there is certainly some each-way value on both of them and then you will find you can back the likes of Andy Sullivan, Martin Kaymer, Victor Perez and Kurt Kitayama at 40/1 too.