Cyprus Open Golf Odds - European Tour Betting

Cyprus Open Golf Odds

The reimagined European Tour makes its first ever trip to Cyprus for this week’s Cyprus Open. The tournament is intended to be a one-off event and is the first of two straight events taking place at the breathtaking Aphrodite Hills Resort in Paphos. We’re also seeing a drop in the talent level with no one ranked in the world’s top-50 in attendance. That means we have a number of value plays on the board behind favorite Andy Sullivan and we could see another longshot emerge victorious like Ross McGowan at last week’s Italian Open, which was contested at another first-time venue. A complete list of betting odds for the 2020 Cyprus Open is available at BookMaker.eu when you’re ready to place a wager.

Odds to Win Cyprus Open at BookMaker.eu

Andy Sullivan +1200

Joost Luiten +2500

Thomas Detry +2500

Marcus Kinhult +2500

Matthias Schwab +2500

Sam Horsfield +2800

Laurie Canter +2800

Robert MacIntyre +2800

Jordan Smith +3300

Matthew Jordan +3300

Haotong Li +3300

Matthew Southgate +3300

Wilco Nienaber +3500

Gavin Green +3500

Antoine Rozner +4000

Garrick Higgo +4000

Sami Valimaki +4000

Nicolas Colsaerts +4000

Paul Waring +4000

Sean Crocker +4500

Marcus Armitage +4500

Joakim Lagergren +4500

Benjamin Hebert +4500

Romain Langasque +4500

Wil Besseling +5000

Connor Syme +5000

Ross Fisher +5000

David Horsey +6000

Jorge Campillo +6000

Richie Ramsay +6000

Thorbjorn Olesen +6000

Masahiro Kawamura +6000

Alexander Bjork +6600

Calum Hill +6600

Johannes Veerman +7000

Chris Paisley +7000

Grant Forrest +7000

Sebastian Heisele +7500

Mikko Korhonen +7500

Pablo Larrazabal +7500

Richard Bland +7500

Jamie Donaldson +7500

Ben Stow +7500

Odds Analysis

Laurie Canter +2800

It seems like only a matter of time before Canter picks up his maiden Tour title. He’s been close in recent outings, including last week when he finished one-shot off the pace for a T2, his second runner-up finish in his last four starts. This layout requires a different approach for the big hitter, but his overall game appears to be in a good place as evidenced by his opening 60 last week at Chervo, which is another resort course.

Garrick Higgo +4000

A star on South Africa’s Sunshine Tour, Higgo made a splash on the Euro circuit competing in dual ranking events and claiming victory at the Open de Portugal last month. He proved he can play with the best on Tour and while he hasn’t come close to replicating that winning formula, this is the kind of field where he can stand out. He took the last two weeks off following a T26-T27 and should be well rested to attack a course that’s to his liking.

Haotong Li +3300

Li appeared destined for bigger things after his strong showing at the PGA Championship where he held the 36-hole lead and finished T17. He missed the cut in two of his last three starts, but when he’s on the game looks sharp. In between those MCs was a T14 at the Scottish Open that should have been better if not for a Saturday 74. He rebounded nicely last time out but couldn’t overcome a disastrous opening 82 at Wentworth. Taking a few weeks off will have him ready to contend on a more desirable layout and the price looks good to me.

Joost Luiten +2500

Luiten is one of the top players in the field and it appears as though he found his game after some struggles over the summer. He has three top-20s in his most recent four starts with a top-10 last week in Italy. With six Euro Tour victories on his resume he’s also a player that has seen numerous venues over the years. I don’t always stick so close to the top of the odds board, but I have a feeling Luiten is ready to enter the winner’s circle again.

Romain Langasque +4500

Another recent winner on Tour, Langasque has to feel good about his chances with a moderate lineup. Two months ago the Frenchman toppled the field with a closing 65 to claim his maiden Tour victory at the Wales Open. Form has been sporadic since with two MCs in five starts, but another resort course should bring Langasque back to contention. And once you taste victory you want more of it. I was surprised to see him at this price and have no issues backing a recent winner.

Course: Aphrodite Hills Resort – 6,956 yards, par 71

Like last week the field gets another first time Euro Tour venue, but players are used to that by now. Aphrodite Hills is short at less than 7,000 yards at par 71, and like the name it is a resort layout with fewer hazards than what we normally see on a championship course. Opened in 2002 it’s a relatively new lot with lush Bermuda grass fairways and manicured greens. Fairway bunkers line the course but shouldn’t be a problem unless things go horribly wrong off the tee. Wind is likely to be the biggest defense with the course situated in the coastal city in the southwest part of the island. There is no data to go off since Aphrodite Hills is a rookie, but it looks straightforward with plenty of birdie chances along the way.

TV Coverage: Golf Channel

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