The race is on so to speak for this year’s Race to Dubai golf tournament, and the savviest punters out there are already trawling through as many betting markets in the search of the very best odds available.
There are more than enough betting opportunities available on that event, however what I want to do today is to take a quick look at some of the more fancied golfers in that world famous golf tournament, and present to you their current odds, some of which you may be interested in securing on the futures betting markets.
Thanks in no uncertain terms to the way he is currently playing, most punters and golf pundits are of the mind that it is going to be Tommy Fleetwood that will take all the beating in this golf tournament, and plenty of punters especially are putting their money on him doing so as he is the current favourite at odds of 17/4.
The odds do jump quite noticeably on the second favourite to win this golf tournament and if you think it will be that golfer who for reference is Justin Rose at 8/1 that will win it those odds are there for the taking, but for how long nobody knows.
You will find a complete listing of all golfers that are taking part in this golf tournament on any of our feature betting sites betting markets, and they will of course all have their own respective odds attached to them.
As for the next couple of golfers in the betting, well they are Rory McIlroy and Jon Rahm Jon at 9/1, and keep in mind that quite a number of bookies are going to let you bet each-way on any golfers you fancy winning, but always stick to betting at those with the most generous each-way betting terms.
Just keep in mind that there are going to be plenty of golfers taking part in this tournament, and it may just be one of the golfers that has slightly higher odds on offer and associated with him that prevails.
If you are thinking along those lines then as far as who may be worth backing you have the likes of Francesco Molinari at 14/1 and then both Tyrrell Hatton and Henrik Stenson at 16/1 could be in with a chance of winning too.
Reed Patrick is an 18/1 shot and as for some of the 28/1 shots, well there are plenty of them to pick and choose from including Hao-Tong Li, Daniel Willett, Louis Oosthuizen Louis and Thorbjorn Olesen.
Any of the other golfers in this tournament could go on to win it or get placed in one of the top positions, but just make sure you do not get too carried away with the golfers that have huge odds attached to them as those odds are huge for a reason.