Latest Odds on the CJ Cup Golf Tournament 2018

As the CJ Cup golf tournament hasn’t yet started, there isn’t much volatility in the betting markets for that PGA Tour, but there certainly will be once the golfer start to play and now would be an ideal time to take advantage of some of the much more generous early betting markets.

Should you be interested in doing just that I would encourage you to include Betfred in the online and mobile sportsbooks you do check out, for they are a betting site often famed for offering much higher odds on their early golf related betting markets as you will find out below.

I do know many punters will always be tempted to back the early favourite on the futures betting markets for any major upcoming golf tournament, and as far as whom that favourite is and his early odds, well it is Justin Thomas who is the favourite to win and his outright win odds are huge at 11/2.

There are plenty of ways that you can bet on golf tournaments but make no mistake about it some of the best odds you can secure on a golfer winning is on the early prices betting markets and right now the second favourite to win the CJ Cup is Brooks Koepka at 10/1.

Golfers with the Form to Win the CJ Cup

It will not take you very long at all to place a bet when using the online and betting platform or the mobile betting app at Betfred and another golfer that certainly does have the form to win the CJ Cup this year is Hideki Matsuyama at 12/1.

A couple of other golfers that may just have their bets chances of winning a  golf tournament like this one this season are Jason Day and Marc Leishman and I really would urge you to back them sooner rather than later if you do think either of them could win as their win odds are high at some 14/1!

Multiple Each-Way CJ Cup Betting Opportunities

As well as picking out just one golfer that you think could be the winner of this year’s CJ Cup golf tournament, you do of course additionally have the ability of betting each way, and you should consider doing so over at the Betfred betting site or when utilizing their mobile betting app.

The reason why I think that will be a very smart move to make is that by doing so you will have the peace of mind in knowing their each-way terms and very favourable to punters, so much so they will pay you out to seven places on their CJ Cup betting market when you back any golfer each way at one fifth of the win odds too!

Golfers I certainly would consider backing each way include Billy Horschel at 20/1, Paul Casey at 22/1 or even Cameron Smith, Xander Schauffele, Alex Noren and Tyrrell Hatton who do all look value each-way bets for sure at their current odds of 28/1 or even take a chance that Adam Scott at and Gary Woodland could in or get placed at their odds of 30/1 too.