BMW PGA Championship Golf Odds - European Tour Betting

BMW PGA Championship Golf Odds

You can always tell the importance of a tournament by the quality of the players. That’s the case this week with a star-studded field off to Surrey, England and the Wentworth Golf Club for the European Tour’s BMW PGA Championship, the second Rolex Series events in as many weeks. This prestigious competition brings out the best on the Euro circuit and even nabs a few big names from the PGA Tour to contend for the grand prize. The big question is can Tommy Fleetwood bounce back from a blown opportunity at last week’s Scottish Open. Fleetwood and Patrick Reed hit the board as co-favorites as the field looks to upend defending champion Danny Willett. has a complete list of betting odds for the BMW PGA Championship when you’re ready to place a wager.

Odds to Win BMW PGA Championship at

Patrick Reed +1000

Tommy Fleetwood +1000

Tyrrell Hatton +1600

Matthew Fitzpatrick +1600

Justin Rose +1800

Shane Lowry +2000

Erik Van Rooyen +2200

Thomas Pieters +2500

Matt Wallace +3000

Bernd Wiesberger +3000

Aaron Rai +3000

Lucas Herbert +3300

Martin Kaymer +3300

Lee Westwood +3300

Rasmus Hojgaard +3500

Andy Sullivan +3500

Ian Poulter +4000

Robert MacIntyre +4000

Christiaan Bezuidenhout +4500

Sam Horsfield +4500

Thomas Detry +5000

Haotong Li +5000

Victor Perez +6000

Joost Luiten +6000

Matthias Schwab +6000

Mike Lorenzo-Vera +6500

Eddie Pepperell +6500

Danny Willett +6500

George Coetzee +6500

Branden Grace +7000

John Catlin +7000

Jordan Smith +7000

Benjamin Hebert +7000

Romain Langasque +7500

Andrew Johnston +7500

Odds Analysis

Thomas Detry +5000

One of the more consistent players on Tour, Detry has a string of seven straight made cuts with a pair of runner-up finishes included. He played through the weekend at the U.S. Open putting together three solid rounds until a Sunday 81 shot him down the leaderboard. This event is more to his liking, and I’m liking the Belgian at this price, which seems a bit high considering he’s been a master with the irons and wedges. He’s also been strong on the greens and he offers plenty of value.

Tommy Fleetwood +1000

You have to feel for Fleetwood after yanking a short birdie putt in a playoff to lose the Scottish Open last week. You can’t feel bad about his game, though. He’s been scorching hot on the Euro Tour with that playoff second and a T3 in Portugal the start before. However, as good as his game has been the lasting effects of that one putt and a poor record at Wentworth have me backing off the Englishman. I would be more inclined to go with Fleetwood in an alternate market since his game is shining.

Lucas Herbert +3300

Herbert is another player on a nice run of form who offers plenty of value at his current price. He started by playing through the weekend grabbing a share of 31st at Winged Foot, which is no small feat, and finished T7 at the Irish Open two weeks ago. Opening rounds of 66-65 put him in the lead at the Scottish Open until a brutal 79 cost him a chance to win. He rallied with a Sunday 65 to finish T4 and he ranks in the top-10 on Tour in strokes gained: putting.

Andrew Johnston +7500

If course form is something you consider you have to look at Johnston, who’s had two top-10s and three strong showings in his last four starts at Wentworth. He posted four red numbers last year to grab a share of ninth and also has a T7 and a T21 on his resume. Beef flirted with the title three starts ago finishing T3 at the Celtic Classic, and while he appears comfortable on the layout there is concern over his withdrawal last week. I haven’t heard any news but since he’s in the field I’m guessing he’s good to go with a hefty payday on a visit to the winner’s circle.

Robert MacIntyre +4000

Now is the time to bet MacIntyre before the betting markets catch up. He’s in a good place and wants to take advantage of the opportunities by winning tournaments. Of course everyone wants to win, but the outspoken Scot caught my eye when he said, “I want it (winning) to happen now, and I’ve got a great chance the next couple of weeks. Thankfully my game is looking pretty good.” It has on similar courses, which leads me to believe a win is right around the corner and that’s why I’m backing him this week.

Course: Wentworth Golf Club – 7,284 yards, Par 72

One of three 18-hole courses at the Wentworth Club, the West Course has hosted every edition of this event since 1984. At just under 7,300 yards, the layout isn’t difficult and is open to all types of players, as past champions have shown. Recent tweaks to the layout have made it tougher to play with additional yardage and upwards of 30 bunkers added. The fairways are tight and lined with trees which can pose a problem if accuracy is an issue. However, a number of the holes can yield birdies and players can make up strokes on the final two holes, which are manageable par-5s. Hitting greens in regulation is a proven stat with eight of the last 10 winners ranking among the best in the field.

TV Coverage: Golf Channel

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