European Tour Betting – Odds to Win Omega Dubai Desert Classic

European Tour Betting – Odds to Win Omega Dubai Desert Classic

The desert swing of the European Tour stays in the United Arab Emirates for this week’s Omega Dubai Desert Classic. The oldest tournament on Tour contested in the Middle East will once again take place at pristine Emirates Golf Club, which has hosted every year since 2000. Past winners are a who’s who in the golfing world with American Bryson DeChambeau stamping his name on the list last year with a 7-shot victory. Lee Westwood, last week’s winner in Abu Dhabi, also makes the short trek north along with several of the top names on the circuit. They are all behind Tommy Fleetwood, who opened as the betting favorite at online sportsbooks. Visit BookMaker.eu for a complete list of betting odds and to place your wager.

Odds to Win Omega Dubai Desert Classic at BookMaker.eu

Tommy Fleetwood +700

Matthew Fitzpatrick +1100

Louis Oosthuizen +1200

Henrik Stenson +1800

Sergio Garcia +2000

Bryson DeChambeau +2200

Bernd Wiesberger +2500

Shane Lowry +2500

Jazz Janewattananond +2500

Lee Westwood +2800

Victor Perez +2800

Thomas Pieters +3000

Haotong Li +3300

Martin Kaymer +3300

Rafa Cabrera-Bello +3300

Viktor Hovland +3500

Erik Van Rooyen +3500

Robert MacIntyre +4000

Paul Waring +4500

Danny Willett +4500

Matthias Schwab +5000

Thomas Detry +5000

Mike Lorenzo-Vera +5500

Andy Sullivan +5500

Matt Wallace +6000

Graeme McDowell +6000

Joost Luiten +6000

Tom Lewis +6600

Kurt Kitayama +7000

Jason Scrivener +7000

Ian Poulter +7000

George Coetzee +8000

Marcus Kinhult +8000

Ross Fisher +8000

Romain Langasque +9000

Jordan Smith +9000

Shaun Norris +9000

Shugo Imahira +10000

Pablo Larrazabal +10000

Adri Arnaus +10000

Odds Analysis

Louis Oosthuizen +1200

This event has been a mixed bag for Big O having missed four of the last seven cuts. But it’s hard to ignore the work he’s done leading up to this week and his finish in Abu Dhabi clearly shows he can play in the desert. A T5 last week broke a string of two straight runner-up showings and moved Oosthuizen back into the top-15 in the OWGR. His iron play has been splendid in the early season, now if he can just finish on the dance floor he’ll be in contention come Sunday.

Henrik Stenson +1800

Being a longtime resident of Dubai, Stenson has played this event every year since 2001, so nobody has more knowledge than he does. He probably just got tired when he missed the cut last year ending a streak of three straight top-6 showings, including a runner-up in 2017. He also has a win from back in 2007. After a months-long struggle, Stenson started putting the pieces together with a win at the Hero Challenge and a closing 66 at last week’s Singapore Open.

Danny Willett +4500

Recent results have Willett looking like the player who won here in 2016 and donned the green jacket at the Masters just a few weeks after that. He’s been silent for the most part since then but has emerged recently now that’s he’s healthy. He captured the BMW PGA Championship last September and placed fifth at the season-ending DP World Tour Championship, which of course was in Dubai. A MC last week put a damper on things, but the positives outweigh the negatives.

Bryson DeChambeau +2200

Love him or hate him you simply can’t ignore him. There are issues with his game after a MC last week. But that runaway win here last year still stands out. It’s hard to win a tournament and even harder to win by seven shots. And he’s never left Dubai empty-handed winning the amateur medal in his only other appearance in 2016. DeChambeau walks to his own beat and concerns over pace of play were sparked by his lackadaisical approach. That could be the added motivation to snub his nose at the rest of the golfing world with a big W.

Haotong Li +3300

You have to weigh recent form against course form when wagering on Li. He’s been a beast in Dubai winning this event in 2018 and putting three strong rounds together in his title defense before a final 73 dropped him to T12. He hasn’t been able to string together four rounds for several months, but he clearly enjoys this track as he looks to get his new season jumpstarted.

Course: Emirates Golf Club – 7,353-yards, par-72

The Majlis Course at the Emirates Golf Club is considered to be one of the finest in the Middle East, running the gamut of the area’s terrain. Winding through the desert dunes, fairways pass a number of lakes, desert areas, indigenous flora and the “Majlis” themselves (Arabic for meeting place). At 7,353 yards the layout isn’t long by Tour standards, but it is lengthy enough to play to the heavy-hitters. However, there are a number of water hazards and bunkers that come into play, as well as desert areas. That requires a mix of power and accuracy to successfully navigate the layout. The 463-yard ninth hole is one of the longest par-4s on the course and is a test for the field with water lining the left side of the fairway and an awkwardly shaped green.

TV Coverage: Golf Channel

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