The Race to Dubai golf tournament is one that all golfers will dream of winning, but each year in that annual event there can only be one winner of course, and by trying to predict the winner well in advance the odds are there for the taking.
Coral are a betting site that are always prepared to go a little bit further than most bookies when it comes to their golf tournament futures betting markets regarding the odds they are prepared to offer, and that is something that I will be looking at below.
You can of course back any of the golfers right now to win the tournament at the odds offered below at Coral or you can back them each-way and by doing so the favourable one fifth the odds and four places paid each-way betting terms will be on offer to you when placing such a bet.
As for the golfer that looks the best bet at this very early stage of the betting on the Race to Dubai golf tournament, well it is Tommy Fleetwood that is attracting plenty of early support and his odds have dropped down to just 4/1 making him the current favourite to win it.
Justin Rose and Jon Rahm also Being Backed
The second favourite to win is Justin Rose and his odds are quite tempting right now to be honest, for if you do think he has a great chance of winning then you should be securing the 6/1 odds up for grabs on him.
Jon Rahm has also been attracting a fair bit of early support too, and he is now the current third favourite to win this golf tournament along with Rory McIlroy both of whom are on offer at generous 10/1 odds.
Outsiders in the Early Betting
I could list the entire field in the Race to Dubai golf tournament betting market, however there are some lesser fancied golfers that may just come out on top and win, or at least get placed ion one of the top four places.
If you are looking for a little bit of each-way betting value then some golfers that you should never overlook in a golf tournament of this nature include the likes of Francesco Molinari who is 14/1, Patrick Reed and Tyrell Hatton are both 16/1 and if everything does fall into place for Henrik Stenson then by taking the 20/1 odds attached to him you could be looking at a potentially huge winning payout.
A couple of 20/1 shots that may or may not interest you are Alexander Noren and Matt Wallace and there are plenty of 33/1 shots for those daring punters out there and they are Danny Willett, Hao-Tong Li, Sergio Garcia and Thorbjorn Olesen.
This futures betting market is live and as such to ensure you can secure any of the odds listed above you need to act quickly, for if a large amount of wagers come in for any one single golfer their respective odds are going to drop!