Austrian Golf Open Odds - European Tour Betting

Austrian Golf Open Odds

It looks as though the Austrian Golf Open is becoming the go-to event when the European Tour is in a pinch. Last year the event was added to the schedule and became the first tournament when the Tour restarted after the COVID shutdown. Another scheduling snafu led to this year’s event, which takes place at Diamond Country Club just outside of Vienna this week. With the event hastily put together after the Portugal Masters was scrubbed, and The Masters just a few days old it isn’t a complete surprise to see the field dotted with lesser known players. Thomas Detry opened as the betting favorite since he’s the highest ranked player in the world at No. 82 on the OWGR. Visit for a complete list of betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

Odds to Win Austrian Golf Open at

Thomas Detry +900

Matthias Schwab +1600

Sam Horsfield +1600

Justin Harding +1800

Joost Luiten +2000

Kurt Kitayama +2000

Martin Kaymer +2000

Rasmus Hojgaard +2200

Sean Crocker +2800

Adri Arnaus +3000

Dean Burmester +3000

Matthew Jordan +4000

Callum Shinkwin +4000

Garrick Higgo +4000

Ashun Wu +4500

Jacques Kruyswijk +4500

Niklas Lemke +4500

Scott Jamieson +4500

John Catlin +5000

Alexander Bjork +5500

Wil Besseling +5500

Dave Horsey +5500

Marcus Armitage +5500

Nino Bertasio +5500

Renato Paratore +5500

Jeff Winther +6000

Ross Fisher +6000

Andrew Johnston +6000

Masahiro Kawamura +6000

Louis De Jager +6600

Justin Walters +7000

Nicolas Colsaerts +8000

Odds Analysis

Wil Besseling +5500

There isn’t much to say Besseling will get his first Euro Tour victory this week, which is why he’s offered at this price. He hasn’t finished better than T47 in the two starts this season that he made the cut. Risky yes, but not out of the question when looking for a longshot. His best finish on Tour is third, which he accomplished four times. Three of those came last year with one at Diamond when he finished two shots off the pace. If you think lightning can strike twice Besseling is worth the risk.

Thomas Detry +900

It may be the safe pick, but it is a good one considering the field. While he’s the highest ranked player in the field, Detry has yet to win on the European Tour and that’s something he has a good chance to rectify this week. He has a couple of top-10s this year on the Desert Swing and was a respectable T28 at the WGC Workday Championship so his game is in a good place. He also flirted with the top of the leaderboard last year finishing tied for eighth.

Garrick Higgo +4000

Another player who will find the field more to his liking is Higgo. The South African tore up the Sunshine Tour in his homeland and had a nice start to his ET career winning last year’s Portugal Open with two additional podium finishes. He’s cooled off a bit since last summer, but the game is top-notch and the field isn’t overwhelming. Higgo gets in trouble when he tries to be too aggressive. There are some risk/reward holes at Diamond and I’m risking that he navigates them to the top of the leaderboard.

Martin Kaymer +2000

A two-time major champion, Kaymer is looking to enter the winner’s circle for the first time since 2014. He had a career renaissance last year overcoming a number of obstacles to find joy in the game. And it showed with three top-5s as part of his six top-10s. We haven’t seen Kaymer on Tour since February when he finished T18 at the Saudi International, so he should at least be well rested. Hopefully he used the time to study the layout since he’ll be attacking Diamond for the first time.

Joost Luiten +2000

Much like Kaymer, Luiten is a big fish in a small pond. That could go one of two ways. Either they play better than the rest of the field putting them in contention for a win or they cave to the pressure and don’t offer much value. Unfortunately we don’t know which way to go on that, but we do know that Luiten is coming off a top-10 at the Kenya Savannah Classic and has a rich history at this venue with a win in 2013, two additional thirds and seven top-20s in as many starts. That’s hard to overlook.

Course: Diamond Country Club – 7,458 yards, Par 72

Located just west of the capital city of Vienna in Atzenbrugg, Diamond Country Club has hosted this event since 2010 with a number of close calls. Three of the previous 10 playings went to a playoff and three others were decided by a single swing in regulation, including Marc Warren’s victory last year. Bernd Wiesberger carded a tourney record 19-under 269 winning by three-shots in 2012. Opened in 2002, a number of holes have since been remodeled with the help of ET veteran Miguel Angel Jimenez. Water is a prominent feature on the 7,458-yard track with a lake nestled up against the right side of the finishing 18th hole, which will certainly add to the excitement of a close finish.

TV Coverage: Golf Channel

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