With so many golfers in form currently, you may be sat there right now trying to work out which golfer is going to win the Italian Open, and today I will be looking at the golfers that are being backed, starting with the current favourite who is of course Matthew Fitzpatrick, and his win odds are 9/4.
There is always the chance that golfers such as Justin Rose could in this tournament, and if he does then everyone that has taken the current 6/1 odds on him doing so will be smiling all the way to the bank, so do consider a bet on him.
Moving onto the next golfer in the betting, well the odds do now start to jump into double figure, and the next one worth a closer look at is Joachim B. Hansen, for with some luck in playing the could win and his odds are very reasonable right now at 2/1.
Matt Wallace is the next golfer in the betting, and if you do fancy his chance of winning then do a little bit of shopping around at our featured sports betting sites and bookies sites, for several of them have him chalked up right now at odds of 14/1.
Bet Each-Way on the Italian Open
You can of course place an each-way bet on the Italian Open, and to be fair with the high odds currently up for grabs on all golfers, that is the best way to bet on this golf tournament to increase your chance of getting some kind of winning pay-out.
As is always the case when betting each-way on any sporting event, you will need to bag the most generous and fairest each-way betting terms, and as such look out for one quarter of the win odds being paid out to four places when betting each-way.
Bigger Odds More Risk
You really are going to be impressed with the odds that are being offered on each of the other golfers taking part in the Italian Open golf tournament, but keep in mind the higher any golfers odds are the lower their respective chances of winning will be.
Having said that though, if you are prepared to back any golfers each-way then some that do offer some excellent value right now based on their current odds include the likes of both Rory Sabbatini and Andrea Pavan who are 18/1 and Erik Van Rooyen who must have an excellent chance of being placed too, and his odds for reference are 20/1.
Some other golfers that could full a top spot at some every bigger odds include the likes of Bernd Wiesberger who is 22/1, Andrew Johnston and Graeme McDowell who are both currently being touted at odds of 25/1 and then you have Mike Lorenzo-Vera would could, if anything does fall his way get placed too and his odds currently are interesting to say the least at 28/1.