The clock is now ticking until the early betting markets on this year’s Andalucía Masters close and switch over to live in-play betting markets, and as such if you do want to take advantage of some extremely generous odds on any golfers that you do rate the chances of you will have to get a move on.
As for the golfers that have attracted a fair bit of support in this major golf tournament, well both Sergio Garcia and Jon Rahm has been attracting the attention of plenty of punters, so much so that both of them are now at joint favourites to win it, and both can be backed at odds of 13/2.
Whether or not you do fancy following the smart money and backing either of them is of course up to you, however, if either of them get off to a flying start then those odds will be a distant memory, so do keep that in mind.
That isn’t to say that any of the many other golfers couldn’t win this tournament, and the next couple in the betting are both in with a chance of success, and for reference they are Matthew Fitzpatrick who is currently a 10/1 chance and also Joost Luiten whose odds are there for the taking at 20/1.
Each-Way Sharks Circling
With bookies such as Betfred offering one fifth of the win odds on their each-way betting opportunities on this major golfing event, and as they are also paying out to seven places too, it is fair to say that the each-way sharks are going to be circling around that betting site.
So with that in mind, make sure that you do bet as quickly as you can if you do fancy the odds attached to any golfer and fancy backing them at that betting site each-way, to ensure you get the odds currently up for grabs on each golfer you rate.
Outsiders Who Have a Chance of Success
Moving onto the other much more fancied golfers, who it is fair to say all have the skills and abilities of winning golf tournament of this nature, but will have to prove they have found their top form include the likes of Joost Luiten who is 20/1 and both Mike Lorenzo-Vera and Julian Suri who are easy to back right now at odds of around the 25/1 mark.
A couple of other golfers that wouldn’t need to improve too much on their current form to win include David Lipsky and Paul Waring who are both on offer at 35/1.
You can of course choose to back any number of golfers, and based on their respective odds right now you could still end up in profit if you back any of them to win and one of them does go on to, dependent on the odds you take and who you back.
Three other golfers that may or may not be worth a small speculative bet include the three current 40/1 shots who are Jorge Campillo, Thomas Detry and Andy Sullivan.