Omega Dubai Desert Classic Golf Odds - European Tour Betting

Omega Dubai Desert Classic Golf Odds

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 Australian Lucas Herbert etching his name on the trophy last year with a playoff victory. Tyrrell Hatton, last week’s winner in Abu Dhabi, makes the short trek north as the betting favorite and the only player with shorter than 10/1 odds on the opening line. 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

Tyrrell Hatton +675

Tommy Fleetwood +1000

Collin Morikawa +1100

Matthew Fitzpatrick +1500

Sergio Garcia +2200

Paul Casey +2200

Christiaan Bezuidenhout +2200

Matt Wallace +2200

Robert MacIntyre +3000

Andy Sullivan +3000

Shane Lowry +3300

Justin Rose +3500

Thomas Pieters +4000

Victor Perez +4000

Bernd Wiesberger +4000

Martin Kaymer +4000

Rafa Cabrera Bello +4500

Adri Arnaus +4500

Lucas Herbert +4500

Lee Westwood +4500

Jason Scrivener +5500

Danny Willett +5500

Mike Lorenzo-Vera +5500

Ian Poulter +5500

Henrik Stenson +6000

Matthias Schwab +6000

Romain Langasque +7000

David Lipsky +7000

Thomas Detry +7000

Laurie Canter +8000

George Coetzee +8000

Sami Valimaki +8000

Antoine Rozner +8000

Rasmus Hojgaard +9000

Joost Luiten +9000

Aaron Rai +10000

Dean Burmester +10000

Wilco Nienaber +10000

Thorbjorn Olesen +10000

Ross Fisher +10000

Mikko Korhonen +10000

Odds Analysis

Tommy Fleetwood +1000

As the second favorite on the board there isn’t a lot of value in backing Fleetwood. But taking into account his success in this part of the world he’s not a bad choice for the outright win. A closing 73 cost him last week in Abu Dhabi when he slipped to T7, which came after a T10 at the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai. He’s finished among the top-10 in each of his last five starts with a solo second at the Scottish Open. He’s also gone T11-T16-T6 in his last three starts in this tournament, so I guess maybe there is some value in backing Fleetwood.

Shane Lowry +3300

Missing the cut last week likely cost Lowry some spots on the odds board and drove his price up. That’s fine with me and anyone else looking to back the Irishman. He closed 2020 with a flurry and has had success here with a T11 last year and T12 in 2019. I probably would have stayed away from him at shorter odds, but there is value in backing the 2019 Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship titlist.

Matt Wallace +2200

Recent form has me staring right at Wallace this week. He’s played his last three events in the UAE with a strong showing on and around the greens last week leading to a T7 in Abu Dhabi. Last month he was co-runner-up at the Golf in Dubai Championship, so he’s quite familiar with desert golf and the hazards that come with it.

Lee Westwood +4500

I’m betting that whatever happened to Westwood last week doesn’t happen this week. Following his runner-up at the DP World Tour Championship, the Englishman laid an egg in Abu Dhabi finishing outside the top-50. That’s unlike him in this part of the world where he usually enjoys success. He has 10 top-10s at this event with three of those putting him as runner-up. I’ll back him at a good price and hope for a rebound effort.

Danny Willett +5500

Willett is another of the many players to have success in the Middle East. He’s a former winner of this event and closed last week strong to finish T16 in Abu Dhabi. He also won the DP World Tour Championship in 2018 making him an intriguing pick at a favorable price. There is some unpredictability to his game, but in this part of the world you can count on him hanging around the top of the leaderboard.

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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