DP World Tour Championship Golf Odds - European Tour Betting

DP World Tour Championship Golf Odds

It comes down to this on the European Tour. The final event of the season with the top golfers in the Race to Dubai and a select number of invites doing battle for the DP World Tour Championship at Jumeirah Golf Estates in Dubai. There is also the cash, and prestige that come with winning the Race to Dubai. Despite playing only seven events on the Euro circuit, Patrick Reed is the R2D points leader and the betting favorite this week. South African Christiaan Bezuidenhout vaulted into the top-5 of the standings on the strength of back-to-back wins in his native country. He has a chance to claim the Race to Dubai if he can pull off the hat trick of victories. The field consists of 65 golfers with no cut, so there’s always a chance. Visit BookMaker.eu for a complete list of betting odds and to place your wager.

Odds to Win DP World Tour Championship at BookMaker.eu

Patrick Reed +850

Tyrrell Hatton +1025

Viktor Hovland +1150

Tommy Fleetwood +1450

Christiaan Bezuidenhout +1500

Sungjae Im +1550

Matthew Fitzpatrick +1750

Collin Morikawa +1850

Matt Wallace +2650

Thomas Pieters +2750

Robert MacIntyre +3000

Bernd Wiesberger +3250

Erik Van Rooyen +3350

Andy Sullivan +3500

Ian Poulter +4250

Dean Burmester +4350

Henrik Stenson +4850

Danny Willett +5000

Martin Kaymer +5050

Victor Perez +5250

Antoine Rozner +5500

Thomas Detry +5550

Wilco Nienaber +5750

Sami Valimaki +6050

Joost Luiten +6050

Lee Westwood +6750

Scott Jamieson +7050

Adrian Otaegui +7550

Tom Lewis +7750

Renato Paratore +7750

Callum Shinkwin +8000

Rasmus Hojgaard +8050

Jamie Donaldson +8550

Ross Fisher +9000

George Coetzee +9000

Branden Grace +9000

Joachim B. Hansen +9000

Odds Analysis

Christiaan Bezuidenhout +1500

There’s no one hotter in the field than Bezuidenhout, who won the last two weeks in South Africa climbing to fifth in Race to Dubai standings. Winning back-to-back tournaments is hard to do, but the surge lifted him into position to win the R2D depending on how the leaders in front of him do. That also requires Bezuidenhout to win in Dubai, which is a little different than his home country. I faded him last week thinking he couldn’t win two in a row and Bezuidenhout had an even larger victory at the South African Open, so you never know.

Tommy Fleetwood +1450

Get Fleetwood back on the Euro circuit and good things happen. His starts on the PGA side haven’t been strong with a T19 at the Masters his best showing in five starts this season. But the Englishman tears it up on the ET with finishes of T13-2-T3 in his last three starts. And Fleetwood seems to enjoy the Middle East posting a T2 at the Abu Dhabi Championship and T11 at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic back in January. He also finished one-stroke behind Jon Rahm for runner-up at this event last year.

Martin Kaymer +5050

The two-time major champion is looking to get back in the win column returning to a part of the world he certainly enjoys playing and offers plenty of value at his current price. Kaymer had some tough times but has rededicated himself to the game entering this event with a few near misses. He does have four top-10s in his last seven starts and is comfortable in the Middle East with three Abu Dhabi wins and six career top-20s at this tournament.

Andy Sullivan +3500

Hand it to Sullivan for using the pandemic to reassess his life on the golf course. It looks like he’s a better man and a better player for it. Sullivan held the lead through each of the first three rounds last week in Dubai before falling into a tie for second. A win at the English Championship in August is part of his five top-10s since the restart and two top-10s at Tiburon, including a solo second, make him a strong play.

Danny Willett +5000

There are subtle signs that Willett’s game is returning. And getting on a familiar track that’s yielded him some success over the years could be what pushes him toward the winner’s circle. Willett won here in 2018 and followed that with a top-5 last year. He also recorded a T4 in 2015, so Tiburon is a special place. Recent form is shaky but making three straight cuts is a positive after he missed the cut in four consecutive starts. Willett is worth dropping a few bucks on given his course success.

Course: Earth Course at Jumeirah Golf Estates - 7,675-yards, Par-72

For the 12th straight year the Earth Course at Jumeirah Golf Estates will host this event. And we’ve seen low scores in the past with 10 of the previous 11 winners scoring 16-under or better with four into the -20s. The track stretches to nearly 7,700 yards and forgiving fairways play well to big hitters. There are also large greens that help plenty of shots. The entire layout offers a variety of intriguing holes and requires every stick in the bag. The course is known for its finishing stretch with a birdie opportunity on 15 and the island green on 17 that calls for an accurate iron shot. And the 18th asks golfers to play with a water hazard that runs the entire length of the hole.

TV Coverage: Golf Channel

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