As for just which golf tournaments you should be betting on, well 2019 does of course see plenty of them scheduled to take place, but it may be beneficial for you to make use of the early odds that are available on the futures betting markets at sites such as Quinnbet.
It is of course up to you as to just which betting sites you do frequent and which betting opportunities you do make use of, but the Race to Dubai golf tournament is certainly one that is attracting plenty of early support from punters across the globe.
The current favourite to win this golf tournament is Tommy Fleetwood, and if you are of the mind, and there are more than enough punters that are, that he is going to win it then now would probably be the very best time to secure odds of 17/4.
If Tommy Fleetwood doesn’t play up to his very best form in the Race to Dubai golf tournament there are no end of other golfers that could win it, and as for the golfer that is also attracting a fair bit of support that is the second favourite Justin Rose at 8/1.
Who Else Could Win
Plenty of golf fans will have their own opinions as to just which golfers they do feel are going to win this golf tournament, and a couple of them that have been attracting bits and bobs of money on the futures betting markets are Rory McIlroy and Jon Rahm Jon both available at odds of 9/1.
As for all you each-way sharks out there, there are no shortages of additional golfers that could fill one of the top positions but always make a point of finding out what percentage of the win odds and just how many places a betting site is offering and paying out to before you bet each-way!
Golfers That May Just Win
As it is going to be your own money you will be betting with if you do decide to bet on any of the competitors taking part in the Race to Dubai golf tournament, then you should check through each of the other golfers that may just have a chance of winning but possibly at some much higher odds.
If that is something you have done then you will realise that the likes of Francesco Molinari at 14/1 is a very fair bet for sure, and the same could also be said for both Tyrrell Hatton and Henrik Stenson who at win odds of 16/1 are going to attract plenty of support from punters.
As for whether the likes of Reed Patrick will win well his odds are 18/1 and you can get odds of 28/1 on the likes of Hao-Tong Li, Daniel Willett, Louis Oosthuizen Louis and Thorbjorn Olesen, but to be fair to each of them I think they are much more likely to fill one of the place positions in this tournament this year rather than win it.