It is going to take you some time to get your head around the current state of the betting on the 2019 running of the Valero Texas Open golf tournament, for this year that PGA Tour is a tricky one when it comes to trying to work out which golfer will win it.
However, do keep in mind that are the field is open and with such huge odds attached to all golfers at betting sites such as Betfred, and with them paying out to seven places at one fifth the win odds the best bet you could place today may just be an each-way bet.
I will leave it up to you to decide whether you are going to back any golfers to win or even back them each-way in this PGA Tour, suffice to say there is plenty of value to be had and that is obvious when you look at the current odds on the favourite to win it that being Rickie Fowler who is a 10/1 shot.
If you take a look at the golfer that is directly under the favourite to win on the betting market over at the Betfred betting site you will see it is Tony Finau that is the second favourite right now to win this golf tournament and as far as the odds you will be offered they are 14/1.
Fancied Each-Way Possibilities
The next three golfers in the betting may be worth having an each-way punt on, for if they do manage to fill one of the top seven spots your stakes will return a profit, and as such let me quickly rattle through the names of just whom those golfers are.
The first is Matt Kuchar who is a fair bet it does have to be said, much more so each-way at his current odds of 16/1 and then you have Jordan Spieth at 20/1 and Billy Horschel should play his usual good game and he is another valuable each-way betting opportunity too at his odds of 22/1.
Golfers at 28/1 and Higher
I think there is a case to be made for golfers such as Sung-Jae Im, Jason Kokrak and Jim Furyk at 28/1. And if you think that either Lucas Glover or Byeong Hun An are going to be playing at their very best and top form they do look value bets too at their current odds of 30/1.
Abraham Ancer is a 33/1 shot, but if you are prepared to take a gamble on the likes of Jhonattan Vegas is readily available at odds of 35/1, but whether he is going to win or get placed, well that does of course remain to be seen.
I do think that the risks are high on any of the other golfers taking part in this tournament but a few others to possibly consider backing if you fancy their respective chances are Lucas Bjerregaard, Ryan Moore, Ryan Palmer, Si-Woo Kim, Graeme Mcdowell and Hao-Tong Li can all be backed right now at odds of 40/1.