Early Betting on the Farmers Insurance Open

The early betting markets have been quite active on the Farmers Insurance Open that will be in play from tomorrow onwards, however there is still time of you to place a bet if you do fancy the chances of any of the golfers that are taking part in that golf tournament.

I would however encourage you to check out the BetFred betting site is placing a bet on that tournament is something that you fancy doing, for they are offering odds on all golfers and you can also make use of one fifth the win odds and 7 place payouts when betting each-way with that bookie too.

Now let me give you some ideas of just which golfers are being backed currently but also take a look at just which ones the odds compilers over at the BetFred betting site think are going to do well in it this major open golf tournament this year.

There is of course a first and second favourite listed on their betting market, but to be fair to BetFred they have pushed the boat out so to speak as to the odds they are currently offering on each of them, and those favourites and their current odds are Jon Rahm at 10/1 and Tiger Woods at 12/1.

Next Golfers in the Betting

As for just which other golfers are listed higher up rather than the betting markets on this golf tournament, well it will probably not surprise you to learn that both Justin Rose and Rory McIlroy are easy to back at odds of 14/1.

Jason Day and Xander Schauffele are certainly skilful and very talented golfers too and their current win odds are 16/1 and you can also back Tony Finau at 18/1 and he should be able to full one of the top 7 positions too.

Other Golfers Being Backed

Whilst the early betting on this golf tournament has been strong, there are a handful of other golfers that are being backed apart from those above, but not at the same volumes.

Take for example the likes of both Marc Leishman and Rickie Fowler, they have been backed down to win odds of 20/1 and you are also going to be able to back Patrick Cantlay at 22/1 along with Gary Woodland at 25/1.

Moving onto a few other golfers that I would underestimate the chances of winning or getting placed at least there is always a chance the either Jordan Spieth at 30/1 or Charles Howell at 33/1 could do well in this tournament this year.

A few outsiders but on offer with not too high a set of odds include Cameron Champ, Patrick Reed and Emiliano Grillo at 35/1 and then for all of you out there that fancy taking a few chances and backing golfers with a tiny chance of winning but a realistic chance of getting placed there is Alex Noren, Cameron Smith, Keegan Bradley and Brandt Snedeker at 40/1 any of whom could be worth a small speculative bet on.


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