Saudi International Golf Odds - European Tour Betting

Saudi International Golf Odds

The opening slate of Middle East events opening the European Tour season continues this week with the third edition of the Saudi International. This event is proof that money talks with a number of high-profile PGA Tour players taking an appearance fee to peg it up at the Royal Greens Golf and Country Club. OWGR No. 1 Dustin Johnson headlines the field and tops the odds board with fellow Americans Bryson DeChambeau, Tony Finau and Patrick Reed opening among the top five favorites. In all 13 major champions will compete for the $3.5 million prize pool. Visit for a complete list of betting odds and to place your wager.

Odds to Win Saudi International at

Dustin Johnson +500

Bryson DeChambeau +800

Tyrrell Hatton +1200

Tony Finau +1400

Patrick Reed +1600

Viktor Hovland +1600

Paul Casey +2200

Tommy Fleetwood +2200

Sergio Garcia +2500

Abraham Ancer +2800

Robert MacIntyre +3300

Christiaan Bezuidenhout +4000

Matt Wallace +4000

Adri Arnaus +5000

Andy Sullivan +5000

Bernd Wiesberger +5000

Jason Kokrak +5000

Justin Rose +5000

Kevin Na +5000

Lee Westwood +5000

Lucas Herbert +5000

Martin Kaymer +5000

Shane Lowry +5000

Thomas Pieters +6500

Antoine Rozner +6500

Matthias Schwab +6500

Phil Mickelson +6500

Rafael Cabrera Bello +6500

Rasmus Hojgaard +6500

Thomas Detry +6500

Victor Perez +6500

Brandon Stone +8000

Danny Willett +8000

David Lipsky +8000

Ian Poulter +8000

Jason Scrivener +8000

Laurie Canter +8000

Odds Analysis

Laurie Canter +8000

With so much talent at the top of the odds list it’s hard to stray beyond the favorites. One player who offers a lot of value, though, is Canter. He won’t be awed by the strong field having finished among the top five at the DP World Tour Championship in December, and he continued a strong run of form with a T4 in Dubai last week. A lot of strong players are getting overlooked from a value standpoint with all the names at the top of the list, but it could pay to look beyond the favorites.

Tommy Fleetwood +2200

Fleetwood has always performed well in this part of the world and I don’t expect anything to change this week. The first two stops on the Middle East swing yielded a T7 in Abu Dhabi and a T17 last week in Dubai despite scoring 1-over on the final 36 holes. The Englishman can match the players ahead of him on the odds board, and he may have an advantage having played in this region a lot more than the favorites. I’m not opposed to dropping a few bills on Fleetwood at his current price.

Viktor Hovland +1600

One of several PGA Tour regulars making the trip, Hovland has added incentive with the hope of qualifying for the European Ryder Cup squad. If he handles the Euro Tour as well as he does the PGA side he’s a lock. He finished co-runner-up last week at the Farmers one start after winning the Mayakoba Classic giving him five top-15 finishes in seven starts on the PGA Tour this season. In December he finished T3 at the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai giving him some knowledge of the area, which will help his chances.

Shane Lowry +5000

A previous winner in the desert and a player familiar with the obstacles that the Royal Greens layout presents, Lowry is another sneaky good value pick. His metrics were solid last week, though they only resulted in a T27 finish in Dubai. A closing 75 was disappointing but Lowry should be motivated to perform better on a layout that yielded him three red numbers and a T13 last year. Lowry is also fighting to secure a spot on the Ryder Cup squad adding to his chances of a positive showing.

Bernd Wiesberger +5000

I was hesitant to back Wiesberger considering he missed the cut both times he played here. He has been consistent and we’ve yet to see the player who won three times on the Euro circuit in 2019, though he still exists. Ironically the last time Wiesberger missed a cut was here 12 months ago. Since then he’s collected three top-10s with the most recent a T6 last week in Dubai.

Course: Royal Greens Golf & Country Club – 7,010-yards, par-70

The course is still young after opening in April 2018. At just over 7,000 yards it’s a short track with par reduced from the normal 72 to 70 for the Tour pros. The 569-yard fourth and the 607-yard 18th are the only par 5s, so making birdies or better on those two over the course of the week will be critical in determining a champion. There are a few man-made water hazards with several lakes coming into play on five holes and a few holes play along the coast of the Red Sea. Designers worked in a gently rolling effect, but the layout is for the most part typical of Middle Eastern courses. Situated on the coast of the Red Sea wind gusts are always a factor.

TV Coverage: Golf Channel

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