Euram Bank Open Golf Odds

Euram Bank Open Golf Odds

Being the betting favorite in the European Tour’s first tournament since the restart didn’t help Joost Luiten. So why not try it again? Remaining in Austria for this week’s Euram Bank Open, Luiten hit the board as the betting favorite for the dual-ranking event with the lower-tier Challenge Tour. Like last week we’ll see a lot of unfamiliar names on the roster with nearly all of them looking to put their stamp on a potential career-defining victory. Anything can happen when this type of field assembles; we saw that last week when longshot Marc Warren toppled the field. There‘s a good chance we see much of the same when the field opens play Wednesday at GC Adamstal. Visit for a complete list of betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

Odds to Win Euram Bank Open at

Joost Luiten +500

Joohyung Kim +600

Adri Arnaus +1400

Lorenzo Gagli +1600

Rikard Karlberg +1600

Scott Vincent +2000

Garrick Higgo +2000

Oscar Lengden +2500

John Catlin +2500

Francesco Laporta +2800

Sebastian Heisele +3000

Sami Valimaki +3300

Marcel Schneider +3500

Bernd Ritthammer +3500

Nicolai Hojgaard +4000

Nicolai Von Dellingshausen +5000

Pedro Figueiredo +5000

Daan Huizing +5000

Anton Karlsson +5500

Eduardo De La Riva +6000

Matthew Baldwin +6000

Oliver Lindell +6600

Robin Sciot-Siegrist +6600

Thomas Rosenmuller +6600

Lorenzo Scalise +7000

Matt Ford +7500

Marcel Siem +8000

Joel Sjoholm +8000

Roope Kakko +8000

Gavin Moynihan +8000

Odds Analysis

Lorenzo Gagli +1600

If we can’t get another long odds titlist we might as well take a look closer to the top of the odds board where Gagli stands out. A fairways and greens player, the track at Adamstal looks to play right into his strengths. And we can’t complain about his recent form, which is probably the best of his career at this point. He didn’t finish the way he would have like last week with a T25 at the Austrian Open, though he did have a pair of 69s the last two rounds. He also showed good form prior to the lockdown with a T12 at Qatar Masters and T10 in Oman.

Pedro Figueiredo +5000

This pick is reaching a bit since Figueiredo has struggled and avoided the initial tournament upon return. A highly regarded player when he first joined the Euro circuit he hasn’t taken advantage of the opportunities presented to him. He does have the style of game that can be successful on the short track, yet something has held him back. The field is in line with his most recent success on the Challenge Tour, and he’s been successful to a point at that level. Like we saw last week anything can happen, and if a player is to emerge from the depths Figueiredo has as good a chance as anybody. And he offers a nice payout.

Marcel Siem +8000

Why not go further down the odds board when looking for a potential outright winner. Siem has been strong in his last few events, just unable to put four solid rounds together. This might be the event where he does just that. Few have been better gaining strokes off the tee and for all the other issues with his game he’s continued to excel in this area. A T23 last week on a track he never played was a step in the right direction. The field is weaker this week giving him a chance to move up the leaderboard and contend for a title.

Francesco Laporta +2800

Since this is more of a Challenge Tour field Laporta stands out due to his recent success at the lower-tier competition. He finished off 2019 with wins at the Hainan Open and CT Grand Final to earn a promotion to the big circuit. While the success hasn’t followed, Laporta has a chance for that breakthrough win on the Euro Tour. He finished with a 69 last week, a number only eight players bettered, and he has a best of T11 in two starts at Adamstal, a venue that is new to a number of players in the field.

Joost Luiten +500

Luiten had a stinker last week finishing T18 after going 3-over across the final 36 holes. Getting back into the swing of things after the lengthy hiatus played a role, but now that he’s greased up we should see a much crisper player on the course. The six-time Euro Tour champion does demand respect in a watered down field, but there are better value picks out there. However, it might be a mistake to overlook the best player in the field.

Course: GC Adamstal – 6,473 yards, Par 70

Named one of the top courses in Austria since its opening in 1995, Adamstal is located along the lower Austrian Alps in Ramsau and is absolutely stunning. At 6,473 yards its one of the shortest courses on any professional men’s tour, but it’s not a pushover. We will see low scores as evidenced by Calum Hill’s 18-under to win last year’s Challenge Tour event on this track, clearing the field by four-shots. Located where it is, there are slopes and undulations to deal with. Most players familiar with the layout agree that you have to drive the ball well. All in all it isn’t a difficult test and we’re likely to see some of the Euro Tour stars at their best.

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