Gran Canaria Lopesan Open Golf Odds - European Tour Betting

Gran Canaria Lopesan Open Golf Odds

A new addition to the schedule has the European Tour in the Canary Islands this week for the inaugural Gran Canaria Lopesan Open. The event kicks off the Canary Islands Swing that includes the next two tournaments in Tenerife. The Tour makes its first stop on the islands in more than 15 years with Meloneras Golf playing host. The resort course opened in 2006 and will present the usual challenges of a coastal layout. Antoine Rozner emerged as the betting favorite, however, odds suggest a wide-open field on what amounts to a new course for the field. Visit for a complete list of betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

Odds to Win Gran Canaria Lopesan Open at

Antoine Rozner +1600

Sam Horsfield +2000

Matthias Schwab +2200

Andy Sullivan +2200

Rafael Cabrera Bello +2800

Kurt Kitayama +2800

Joost Luiten +3000

John Catlin +3000

Victor Dubuisson +3300

Justin Harding +3300

Callum Hill +3300

Fabrizio Zanotti +3300

Michael Lorenzo-Vera +3500

Mikko Korhonen +3500

Romain Langasque +4000

Garrick Higgo +4000

Joachim Hansen +4000

Marcus Armitage +4500

Kalle Samooja +4500

Wil Besseling +4500

Sean Crocker +4500

Guido Migliozzi +4500

Jamie Donaldson +5000

Thorbjorn Olesen +5000

Dean Burmester +5000

Johannes Veerman +5500

Maximilian Kieffer +5500

Adri Arnaus +5500

Adrian Otaegui +6000

Masahiro Kawamura +6000

Andrew Johnston +6600

Jeff Winther +6600

Odds Analysis

Sam Horsfield +2000

The course lines up well for Horsfield, who has a pair of wins on tracks that are better suited for birdies and eagles. His wins last August came two weeks apart at the Hero Open and Celtic Classic where he shot 18-under both times. He also enters on a nice run of form having gone T15 or better in his last three starts where birdies were plentiful. And the Englishman won’t be bothered by the occasional gusts of wind having competed on a number of coastal courses in his homeland.

Rafael Cabrera Bello +2800

Cabrera Bello is the sentimental pick and not a bad one if he can overcome the duties of serving as host and playing a home game. Born in the Gran Canaria capital, RCB has helped grow the game on the islands and is looking forward to a return. “It’s a proud moment for me to host a tournament on Gran Canaria. I can’t wait to tee off. He opened the year with a solo fourth in Abu Dhabi but hasn’t finished inside the top 30 in three starts since. I do like his chances this week, though.

Kurt Kitayama +2800

Since there is no player data from the Meloneras course, going off correlated venues gives plenty of value to Kitayama. The American has wins in Oman and Mauritius as well as a top-10 in Qatar, which are all similar tracks to what he’ll attack this week. That doesn’t mean success, but it’s as good a reason as any to back Kitayama. Oh, and if you needed more there’s this: he has a pair of top-10s among four top-20s in his last five starts.

Matthias Schwab +2200

He has yet to win on Tour, but Schwab is playing like he wants that spell to end. He earned a share of seventh last week in Austria, his second straight T7 and third top-10 in his last six starts. Not that it has anything to do with golf game, but Schwab was born in a resort town so at least he knows what to expect.

Marcus Armitage +4500

Taking a peek further down the odds board, the recent play of Armitage stands out. He comes in on the heels of two straight top-10s that included a T4 in Austria last week. He also posted a T10 at the Kenya Savannah classic in his previous start and his scrambling was top-notch in both tournaments. That’s a key stat this week and if he continues there’s no reason to believe he won’t be in contention come Sunday. The price isn’t bad either and worth dropping a few bucks.

Course: Meloneras Golf – 6,503 yards, Par 70

At just over 6,500 yards, Meloneras isn’t a particularly daunting course. Players will need to focus on their game and not the surrounding beauty of the layout that was built in 2006. Located on Gran Canaria’s south coast, players will experience the elements of coastal golf, especially on the back nine, which runs along the Atlantic Ocean. The greens on holes 13-16 seem to merge with the coast, that’s how close the field is to taking a dip. The front nine is more inland with the Canarian Mountains and numerous palm trees adding to the backdrop. As a resort the course is designed more for tourists and added to the schedule on short notice no major changes were made so we can expect low numbers this week.

TV Coverage: Golf Channel

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