Scottish Open Golf Odds - European Tour Betting

Scottish Open Golf Odds

A strong field is on tap this week when the European Tour heads to Scotland for the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open. The Renaissance Club in North Berwick plays host to a Rolex Series event for the second straight year. Tommy Fleetwood is the highest ranked player in the field at No. 17 in the OWGR. He opened as the co-favorite on the betting line along with Matthew Fitzpatrick. Bernd Wiesberger won last year’s edition in a playoff over Benjamin Hebert and returns looking for his first Tour victory of the season. Romain Langasque took third last year and all three podium finishers are available at 40/1 or shorter odds. has a complete list of betting odds for the 2020 Scottish Open when you’re ready to place a wager.

Odds to Win Scottish Open

Tommy Fleetwood +1200

Matthew Fitzpatrick +1200

Thomas Pieters +2200

Martin Kaymer +2200

Bernd Wiesberger +2200

Sam Horsfield +2500

Rasmus Hojgaard +2800

Erik Van Rooyen +2800

Matt Wallace +2800

Thomas Detry +3000

Andy Sullivan +3000

George Coetzee +3000

Aaron Rai +3000

Lee Westwood +3300

Christiaan Bezuidenhout +3300

Ian Poulter +3500

Lucas Herbert +3500

Romain Langasque +4000

John Catlin +4500

Benjamin Hebert +4500

Mike Lorenzo Vera +4500

Robert MacIntyre +4500

Joakim Lagergren +5000

Andrew Johnston +5000

Jordan Smith +5000

Jorge Campillo +5000

Danny Willett +5500

Haotong Li +5500

Justin Harding +5500

Connor Syme +5500

Dean Burmester +5500

Thorbjorn Olesen +5500

Victor Perez +6000

Joost Luiten +6000

Jason Scrivener +6000

Odds Analysis

Bernd Wiesberger +2200

I actually had Wiesberger as a pick to win here last year and he came through with one of his three titles. He hasn’t visited the winner’s circle this season spending more time than he normally does on the PGA Tour. A return to Scotland after a few weeks off should be good for the Austrian. He crushed The Renaissance Club last year going 69 or lower in all four rounds with a stunning 61 on Friday. He showed flashes of form with a T5 at last month’s UK Championship and while he was never in contention he played through the weekend at the last two major championships. There is some value on the defending champ.

Benjamin Hebert +4500

For a guy who just missed winning the title here last year, the price is right for Hebert. As always there is risk involved, especially backing a player after who missed the cut in two straight tournaments and three of the last four. Just like Wiesberger there’s a good chance Hebert has a solid week on a layout he thoroughly dominated. And he’s not far off with a T3 at the UK Championship just a few weeks ago.

Matt Wallace +2800

Wallace has proven to be a much stronger player on the Euro Tour with four titles since 2017. I’ll look past his roller coaster ride on the PGA Tour and focus on the positives. Playing the weekend in seven of his last eight starts is a sign of good form, and a T14 at The Renaissance Club last year shows there’s a level of comfort here. His last ET start yielded a top-20 finish and playing four rounds at both East Lake and Winged Foot should only help his game. A riskier bet than most in this range, I feel Wallace has the chops to make a run.

Martin Kaymer +2200

With such a wide open field there is value further down the odds board. However, there are quality performers in this range with Kaymer being one of them. It’s hard to believe the German hasn’t won since claiming his second major championship at the 2014 U.S. Open, but his passion for the game has by his own admission returned. And he’s come close to ending the drought in his last two ET starts, finishing one shot off the lead at the UK Championship and Andalucia Masters. Kaymer also had a top-20 here last year giving me confidence to back him.

Richie Ramsay +6500

Nobody knows The Renaissance Club better than Ramsay since he is a member. That alone makes him an intriguing pick. He’s made the cut in six of seven events since the restart, though never threatening the leaders. Maybe he just needs the right challenge. Playing on his home turf could be what he needs. He opened here with a 65 last year before tailing off, but at his price dropping a few bucks for a big payday seems well worth it.

Course: The Renaissance Club – 7,343 yards, Par 71

Wiesberger and Hebert tamed the Renaissance Club last year finishing 72 holes at 22-under. To make the course a little more challenging officials stretched it to 7,343 yards, over 200 yards longer than the 2019 playing. There wasn’t much work done when the course was completed in 2008. It was basically carved into the existing landscape, which is typical of links-style courses in the part of the world. Even with the additional length the course shouldn’t be overwhelming for the pros. There are obstacles to contend with, though. The rough is taller and thicker than normal and trees are part of the landscape. And like with all links courses, wind can and likely will be a factor.

TV Coverage: Golf Channel

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