Porsche European Open Golf Odds - European Tour Betting

Porsche European Open Golf Odds

Due to COVID travel restrictions in and around Europe, this week’s Porsche European Open will see some significant changes. The European Tour event will play over three days starting on Saturday and consist of just 54 holes. The date change allows for a majority of players and support staff to enter Germany without dealing with quarantine issues. Still, the tournament has an exciting field led by betting favorite Paul Casey, who returns as defending champion following his one-shot victory over a trio of golfers in 2019. Germany’s own Martin Kaymer, a two-time major champion, looks for his first win of any kind since 2014. Visit BookMaker.eu for a complete list of betting odds when you’re ready to make a wager.

Odds to Win Porsche European Open at BookMaker.eu

Paul Casey +600

Abraham Ancer +750

Bernd Wiesberger +1600

Matthias Schwab +2000

Sam Horsfield +2500

Laurie Canter +2800

Jason Scrivener +3500

Martin Kaymer +3500

Calum Hill +4000

Joost Luiten +4000

Adrian Meronk +4500

Henrik Stenson +4500

Jordan Smith +4500

Kurt Kitayama +4500

Rasmus Hojgaard +4500

Ryan Fox +4500

Sami Valimaki +4500

Alexander Bjork +5000

Justin Harding +5000

Adri Arnaus +6000

Jazz Janewattananond +6000

Joachim B Hansen +6000

Kalle Samooja +6000

Daniel van Tonder +6600

Mikko Korhonen +7000

Aaron Rai +7500

Marcus Armitage +7500

Julien Guerrier +8000

Masahiro Kawamura +8000

Adrian Otaegui +9000

Jacques Kruyswijk +9000

Min Woo Lee +9000

Nicolai Hojgaard +9000

Pablo Larrazabal +9000

Connor Syme +10000

Fabrizio Zanotti +10000

Jeff Winther +10000

Maximilian Kieffer +10000

Niklas Lemke +10000

Ross Fisher +10000

Odds Analysis

Laurie Canter +2800

Englishmen have triumphed in the previous three editions so why not take chance on Canter? His ability to drive the ball off the tee will only be enhanced by the distance at this joint. Green Eagle suits his game more than Himmerland and he finished eighth in Denmark for his first top-10 since February. That’s a good sign for Canter who can bomb away this week. And big hitters would seem to have an edge with little margin for error since there are 18 fewer holes to play with.

Ross Fisher +10000

It seems like I keep coming around to players from England but that’s totally by coincidence. It has more to do with games suiting a course and Fisher is another player who can seemingly tear up Green Eagle. He struggled on the resort-style tracks in the Canary Islands but rebounded with a closing 65 to grab a top-10 in Denmark. Backing Fisher is certainly a risk, but one I’m willing to take at his price.

Martin Kaymer +3500

Playing in his home country could be what Kaymer needs to return to the winner’s circle. It’s been a long drought for him and he started to show signs of breaking through. But he stumbled again recently with a MC in his last two starts. I’m not ready to completely fade him since there was a podium finish in the Austrian Open in April that followed a top-20 in Saudi Arabia. He’s renewed himself to the game after admittedly losing interest and it’s hard to find a two-time major winner with such long odds.

Kurt Kitayama +4500

After missing the cut in three straight starts, Kitayama got back on track last week with a T8 at HimmerLand. He flashed the form that led to five top-20s in six starts earlier this year, including a runner-up showing in the Magical Kenya Open. He’s another player that can hit the ball a long way and should be able to take advantage of Green Eagle’s length. And he’s feeling a lot better about his game following three straight rounds of 68 or better in Denmark.

Adrian Meronk +4500

Meronk was a roller coaster in Denmark with rounds of 66 and 65 showing he has the tools to be in contention. But the other days were a sign that the consistency just isn’t there. He was over par on both occasions leading to a frustrating T31 at Himmerland. He was T3 in Tenerife last month and again at the British Masters displaying his full arsenal on vastly different courses so I don’t anticipate his first go at Green Eagle presenting much of a problem.

Course: Green Eagle Golf Courses – 7,583 yards, Par 72

Green Eagle is hosting for a fourth consecutive time and returns to the rotation after being scrubbed due to COVID last year. Weather has certainly played a role in previous editions. The 2017 version was drenched with torrential rains before and during the tournament and in 2018 it was played in a near heatwave. Conditions improved in 2019 and the outlook is positive ahead of this week’s event. One thing about this track is that it’s long at nearly 7,600 yards. The back nine covers a lot of the yardage with four holes measuring at 596 yards or longer. The other is a short 517 yards on the 18th. Surprisingly, 2018 winner Richard McEvoy ranked 62nd in the field for driving distance, so you don’t have to hit the ball a long way to win. You do have to have a solid all-around game, and we’ve seen that with the three previous winners.

TV Coverage: Golf Channel

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