ISPS Handa UK Championship Golf Odds - European Tour Betting

ISPS Handa UK Championship Odds to Win

The final stop on the European Tour’s UK Swing takes place this week with the ISPS Handa UK Championship. For the first time in 12 years the Tour returns to The Belfry for this one-off tournament, spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic. There have been all kinds of changes to schedules and with the U.S. Open less than a month away, we have a strong turnout, arguably the best since the restart. For a third straight week Thomas Pieters opened as the betting favorite looking to come out on top for the first time. A total of eight golfers are listed with odds of 20/1 or shorter, backing up our best-field-yet narrative. Visit for a complete list of betting odds for the 2020 ISPS Handa UK Championship when you’re ready to place a wager.

Odds to Win ISPS Handa UK Championship at

Thomas Pieters +1210

Rasmus Hojgaard +1500

Matthias Schwab +1560

Haotong Li +1570

Matt Wallace +1630

Andy Sullivan +1800

Lee Westwood +1980

Bernd Wiesberger +2000

Gavin Green +2050

Danny Willett +2050

Martin Kaymer +2200

Jordan Smith +3000

Victor Perez +3000

Romain Langasque +3300

Ryan Fox +3300

Marcus Kinhult +3500

Paul Waring +5000

Robert Rock +5500

Matthew Jordan +5500

Chris Paisley +5500

Matthieu Pavon +6000

Ross Fisher +6000

Wade Ormsby +6600

Eddie Pepperell +6600

Benjamin Hebert +6600

Aaron Rai +6600

Wilco Nienaber +7000

Pablo Larrazabal +8000

Callum Shinkwin +8000

Calum Hill +8000

Dean Burmester +8000

Jack Senior +8000

Jorge Campillo +8000

Kalle Samooja +8000

Nicolas Colsaerts +8000

David Horsey +9000

Antoine Rozner +9000

Richie Ramsay +9000

Thorbjorn Olesen +9000

Odds Analysis

Haotong Li +1570

I backed Li in a matchup last week and he came through for me. He didn’t have a letdown after his performance at the PGA Championship instead using that experience to continue his run of strong play with a T8 at the Wales Open. He needs to be more consistent with one bad round costing him in each of those tournaments. A Saturday 73 dropped him from the top of the leaderboard at Harding Park and a R3 76 did him in at Celtic Manor. I’ll drop a few bills on Li expecting him to eliminate that bad apple from his game.

Bernd Wiesberger +2000

A return to the Euro Tour might be exactly what Wiesberger needs. A three-time winner last season, Wiesberger took his game to the PGA Tour after the lockdown where things didn’t quite work out. He played through the weekend in his last three starts, which is encouraging, but his best finish was T26 at the 3M Open. There’s not a lot that says Wiesberger is going to have a winning week, but I like his game despite the recent results, and getting back ‘home’ will help his confidence.

Pablo Larrazabal +8000

Backing Larrazabal is another risky move, but like we’ve seen since the restart anything can happen. The Spaniard is one of just three players in the field to record a top-10 at The Belfry, which is something that should be considered. He’s struggled recently finishing outside the top-20 in all four post-shutdown starts, but he’s not far off. I still see that 63 he carded at the Oman Open showing me and everyone else what he’s capable of.

Martin Kaymer +2200

I think all the former world No. 1 has to do is get back on the course. We haven’t heard much from Kaymer since the restart and what we did see was ugly. He missed the cut at the Barracuda in his first start back and a second round 82 spoiled his opening 66 at the PGA Championship, sending him home early. He’s a two-time Major winner and much like Wiesberger, getting back on the Euro circuit could be inspiring. He was T16 or better in four of five ET starts before the shutdown and I’m betting on his game returning.

Marcus Kinhult +3500

There are some intriguing players in the second-tier price range. Guys like Andy Sullivan, Lee Westwood and Gavin Green stand out. A little further down the list I found Kinhult, who made strides with better form last week. The Swede threw up at the PGA Championship with rounds of 74-77. He bounced back with a T15 at the Wales Open displaying the ball-striking that led to 10 top-10s last season, including a win and runner-up. He’s a streaky player who’s in good spirits.

Course: The Belfry (Brabazon Course) – 7,253 yards, Par 72

The last Tour event at The Belfry was the British Masters back in 2008 which means a lot of players in the field are debuting this week. And the course is a tough one to navigate, making things a little more difficult. The sand wedge might be the preferred club since the Brabazon Course has plenty of strategically placed bunkers. Toss in the lakes and streams that dot the layout and managing the course is a prerequisite for success. The course is relatively flat even on the greens, so carrying a hot putter will allow players to make up strokes. None of the past three winners at The Belfry were better than -15 so don’t expect a shootout.

TV Coverage: Golf Channel

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