Today is the day when I am going to be looking through the jungle that is the early betting markets on this year’s running of the World Cup of Golf Tournament, for plenty of you our there will be interested in placing a bet on one of the teams taking part in it I’m sure.
For reference, the odds you will find presented and listed below are currently up for grabs at Paddy Power, so if you fancy securing those odds act quickly, and do ensure you click on any of our links that take you to that website to qualify instantly for their welcome offer if you haven’t yet signed up to their online betting site or their mobile betting app!
The one team that does look like they have a reasonable chance of winning is the Australia team and if that teams’ members that being both Leishman and Smith do play up to their very best form their win odds of 5/1 will have been well worth taking at this early stage of the betting.
It is the England team that have the current honour of being the second favourites to win and their odds of winning are 7/1 as for the team that is the third favourite to win the World Cup of Golf in 2018 well unless the volume of bets stop for them then it is South Africa that will remain the third favourites and their current outright winner odds are for reference 8/1.
Four Places and One Quarter the Win Odds
Paddy Power do always go that little bit extra when it comes to their each-way betting terms, and as they are paying out to four places on this golf tournament coupled with the fact, they are paying one quarter of the win odds an each-way bet does offer value.
The United States team of Stanley and Kuchar is a team plenty of people are backing to win at their current odds of 8/1, and there is also a great chance that either Denmark at 9/1 or Belgium at 14/1 could win or get placed in this tournament.
A Few Outsiders to Back
As there are so many teams that are going to be taking their chances in this year’s running of the World Cup of Golf, you may fancy backing a few of the teams that have much higher odds associated with then, just in case one of them does win!
If so then there are plenty of teams that wouldn’t need too much of an increase in their current form to win this tournament, and some 16/1 shots to consider backing are Korea, Chine, Ireland and Scotland, as it wouldn’t be too much of a surprise if any of them did win.
With New Zealand being on offer currently at odds of 20/1 and with India also on offer at high odds of 22/1 there is plenty of value to be had if you fancy backing either of those two teams each-way so do consider doing just that!