The earlier you place bets on an upcoming or in-play golf tournaments the better, as by placing a bet early you are bound to get offered much higher odds whilst there are more golfers still in the tournament, as opposed to betting later when there are only a small handful of golfers left in a tournament.
This year’s Porsche Open Golf Tournament has a €2,000,000 prize purse, which whilst modest when compared to some of the other major golf tournaments held across the world, that prize purse has still attracted plenty of well known golfers to take part in it.
It is the challenging North Course of the Green Eagle Golf Course that is hosting this year’s Porsche European Golf Open, and currently there is one player that is attracing the most support from punters, and that is Bryson Dechambeau.
As for the odds you can currently secure on Bryson Dechambeau, well having checked through the odds at betting site that are famed for offering the best valued odds, one of which was Betfred, I see they are going 6/4 on him winning, which does give you very clear indication of his chances of winning, much more so when you compare those odds available on some of the other golfers! Check out the latest odds at BetFred here!
Patrick Reed is the Second Favourite to Win
It is usually one of the top five golfers listed on the betting markets of any golf tournament that punters are much more likely to place a bet on, and with that in mind you will find the current second favourite to win the Porsche European Golf Open is Patrick Reed at 11/4.
Paul Casey is on offer at 6/1, and the other two golfers who outright win odds are in single figures are Matthias Schwab at 7/1 and Alexander Levy at 15/2, so it is a fair bet on of those so far named golfers will be the winner of this event this year.
Each-Way Five Places
One aspect to betting at Betfred that I did notice as I perused their betting market on this golf tournament was the punters are able to secure one quarter of the win odds on the place part of an each-way bet, if their chosen golfer finishes in the top five positions on the leader board.
That therefore does of course mean it could be worth betting on some of the golfers whose odds are in double figures, if you do fancy placing an each-way bet and there is certainly some value to be had by taking the 14/1 odds currently up for grabs on golfers such as Romain Wattel and Richard McEvoy.
In fact, for any punters that does fancy betting each way the 18/1 odds I have seen being offered on the likes of both Bradley Dredge and David Drysdale do look value bets, and I would never underestimate the chances of golfers such as Charl Schwartzel and Scott Hend finishing in one of the top five positions too.