Tenerife Open Golf Odds - European Tour Betting

The European Tour remains in the Canary Islands for this week’s Tenerife Open, the middle of three straight tournaments in the area and the first of back-to-backs at Golf Costa Adeje. The tournament is a revival of one that last took place in 1995 when it was known as the Turespana Open De Canaria. The field gets another resort layout that could lead to another massive performance like we saw from Garrick Higgo last week. At 25-under Higgo won the inaugural Gran Canaria Lopesan Open and was one of three players to score -20 or better. Higgo inched up the odds board opening as the third favorite behind Antoine Rozner and Matthias Schwab. Be sure to visit BookMaker.eu for a complete updated list of betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

Odds to Win Tenerife Open at BookMaker.eu

Antoine Rozner +1600
Matthias Schwab +1600
Garrick Higgo +1800
Victor Dubuisson +2200
Joost Luiten +2500
Laurie Canter +2800
Calum Hill +3000
Justin Harding +3000
Kurt Kitayama +3000
Maximilian Kieffer +3000
Thorbjorn Olesen +3000
Guido Migliozzi +3300
Sami Valimaki +3300
Jamie Donaldson +4000
Jeff Winther +4000
John Catlin +4000
Renato Paratore +4000
Connor Syme +4500
Dean Burmester +4500
Marcus Armitage +4500
Sean Crocker +4500
Adrian Otaegui +5000
Fabrizio Zanotti +50000
Johannes Veerman +5000
Kalle Samooja +5000
Michael Lorenzo-Vera +5000
Romain Langasque +5000
Adri Arnaus +5500
Andrew Johnston +5500
Callum Shinkwin +5500
Mikko Korhonen +5500
Adrian Meronk +6600
David Horsey +6600
Jack Senior +6600
Masahiro Kawamura +6600
Nicolai Hojgaard +6600
Alejandro Canizares +8000
Alexander Bjork +8000
Ashun Wu +8000

Odds Analysis

Dean Burmester +4500

Hot putting and distance off the tee had Burmester in contention in several events earlier in the season. And like a number of players on Tour he’s done well in low-scoring conditions over his career. He had three strong rounds last week and was in contention through 54 holes before a closing 71 dropped him down the leaderboard. Burmester also noted his eagerness to return to warmer conditions after struggling in the Austrian cold.

Laurie Canter +2800

Canter has been a threat for some time and is looking for that breakthrough. He’s been one of the best birdie-makers on Tour and he thrives in elements like low-scoring tracks. He’s been out of action for a while, which could be a concern. But he’s coming back on a course that won’t be much of a distraction. Canter is an exceptional driver allowing him to take advantage of the scoreable par 5s and if his putter cooperates there’s no reason why he shouldn’t be hanging around the top of the leaderboard on Sunday.

Maximilian Kieffer +3000

There aren’t many stroking the ball better than Kieffer right now, which is why I was surprised at his initial price. He tore up Meloneras with a 63 and closing 62 to finish at 22-under falling three strokes off the lead. He clearly wasn’t upset about his second-place showing in Austria and should be primed to go one better after a second straight runner-up finish. He’s scored par or better in 14 consecutive rounds and shouldn’t be knocked off his game by another resort course.

Kurt Kitayama +3000

Last week’s MC likely sent Kitayama down the odds board and that’s good news for backers of the American. He’s been one of the most consistent players on Tour and it’s not like he played poorly last week. Heck, a second-round 65 wasn’t good enough to get him to the weekend showing us just how low the scores have to be. Another strong player off the tee, Kitayama should take advantage of the par 5s and he also knows there’s little room for error. We’ve seen Kitayama contend at a number of events recently and I wouldn’t be surprised to see it again.

Renato Paratore +4000

Paratore is another player who has the goods to thrive on this course and he is coming off an impressive display at the Austrian Open when he rallied from an opening 78 to not only make the cut but finish with a share of 12th. He’s been victimized by wild drives in the past, but Golf Costa Adeje isn’t penal from the box allowing the Italian some wiggle room. He’s had success on low scoring layouts and is comfortable playing in the wind should a steady breeze surface.

Course: Golf Costa Adeje – 6,857 yards, Par 71

Golfers will face a similar track to what they saw last week, and as such we can again expect low scores to dot the leaderboard. Golf Costa Adeje measures 6,857 yards at par 71. While it’s slightly longer than the Meloneras course that yielded a 20-under or better to three players last week, it’s still a short, open resort-style course built for the weekend warriors. And without coastal winds there is little defense. There are five par-5 holes on the layout that will give players a chance to score and get back in contention

TV Coverage: Golf Channel

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