Canary Islands Championship Golf Odds - European Tour Betting

Canary Islands Championship Golf Odds

The European Tour remains on the coast of Tenerife for this week’s Canary Islands Championship, the final leg of the Canary Islands Swing. Golf Costa Adeje will host for a second straight week with low scores being the topic during the stay on the islands. Dean Burmester emerged with a five-shot victory last week dissecting the layout to the tune of 25-under and it wouldn’t be a surprise to see players go even lower now that they have a few rounds on the course. Garrick Higgo, who started the swing with a win in the Gran Canaria Lopesan Open, opened as the betting favorite with Burmester and Justin Harding second on the odds board. Visit for a complete updated list of betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

Odds to Win Canary Islands Championship at

Garrick Higgo +1200

Dean Burmester +1600

Justin Harding +1600

Adri Arnaus +2500

Laurie Canter +2500

Sami Valimaki +2800

Sean Crocker +2800

Victor Dubuisson +2800

Calum Hill +2800

Kalle Samooja +2800

Guido Migliozzi +3300

Adrian Meronk +3300

Andrew Johnston +3300

Connor Syme +4000

Masahiro Kawamura +4000

Niklas Lemke +4500

Louis De Jager +4500

Nino Bertasio +4500

Romain Langasque +5000

Chris Paisley +5000

Fabrizio Zanotti +5000

Johannes Veerman +5000

Eddie Pepperell +5000

Paul Waring +5000

Pep Angles +5500

Alejandro Canizares +5500

Nicolai Von Dellingshausen +5500

Maverick Antcliff +6000

Adrian Otaegui +6600

Ashun Wu +6600

Mike Lorenzo-Vera +6600

Renato Paratore +6600

Richie Ramsay +6600

Scott Hend +6600

Justin Walters +6600

Matthew Jordan +6600

Sebastian Garcia Rodriguez +6600

Jack Senior +6600

Darius Van Driel +7000

Odds Analysis

Adri Arnaus +2500

It’s crazy that an even-par round can spoil your chances of picking up a win, but that’s what happened to Arnaus last week. He went 65-66-66 in his other rounds and still finished nine-shots off the pace. He did place among the top 10 ending a run of mediocre finishes and he now knows what it takes to stay in contention. That should be enough to keep him focused on all four rounds.

Garrick Higgo +1200

I tend to stay away from the previous week’s winner just because winning back-to-back tournaments is tough. I faded Higgo last week for that reason but still backed him in a matchup and it paid off. The young South African has been on a roll in the Canaries and there’s reason to believe he’ll contend again this week. He carded a 16-under last week to finish T8 after claiming the title at Meloneras in the first stop on the island swing. Higgo has five wins worldwide over the last two years and has manhandled the resort courses, which is why he’s the favorite.

Eddie Pepperell +5000

It was the third round that bit Pepperell last week with a 1-over 72 dooming his chances. He responded with a closing 65 and was deadly with the flat stick throughout the tournament. He had a few wayward blasts on Saturday leading to his bloated score but otherwise played a solid game. He struggled ahead of the island swing but appeared to regain some of the form that landed him a pair of top-10s and three straight top-20s just a few months ago. He should be confident after last week’s finish and the payout is nice.

Connor Syme +4000

He has two top-5s in his last four starts including a T5 in the first leg of the island swing. Syme failed to play the weekend in his other two starts, though, so there is some trepidation in this pick. If things go according to plan he should be in the mix since he’s alternated good and bad over the last few starts. He didn’t play poorly last week but a 2-under wasn’t good enough to make the cut. Still, I like Syme after he contended at Meloneras and grabbed a podium finish in the Kenya Open.

Sami Valimaki +2800

Now that’s he’s chiseled off some of the rust from a lengthy hiatus it’s time for Valimaki to return to the top of the leaderboard. He’s the highest ranked European in the field and came off a two-month break with a T22 last week. He was one of the hottest players closing last season with five straight top-20s, including a T5 at the DP World Tour Championship.

Course: Golf Costa Adeje – 6,857 yards, Par 71

A total of 17 golfers scored 270 total or better last week on this course, so while the field may not be the strongest there is a good chance the numbers stay in the same range or go even lower. Golf Costa Adeje measures 6,857 yards at par 71 and the resort-style has few defenses. That’s why the pros picked it apart last week. And there have been no changes so expect similar results. Both courses used on the island swing are shorter than normal Tour standards putting an emphasis on approach and putting. There are five par-5 and six par-3 holes, an unusual design for such a short course. With inviting fairways players have no issues trying to go the distance and it’s shown on the scoring table.

TV Coverage: Golf Channel

BookMaker offers play-by-play betting odds for live sporting events every day! The user-friendly wagering interface on your smartphone provides an easy way to place bets on the go. Mobile betting lines are updated by the minute so click here to start gambling on thrilling live action at

Best Online Casino Promo Code in USA
Back to Top