Tomorrow will see the start of the Farmers Insurance Open golf tournament, and I am sure plenty of you will be watching the matches being played over the coming few days, and some of you may be interested in betting on those matches or who you think the winner of the tournament will be.
If that is something that you are in doing then BetFred are offering some decent odds on all of the golfers taking part in that tournament and they are also offering some very attractive each-way betting terms too, as they are paying out to seven places at one fifth the win odds!
Whilst there is no supposed red hot favourite to win this golf tournament this year, somebody does have to head the betting markets and that golfer is currently Jon Rahm whose odds are going to tempt plenty of punters seeing as they are 10/1.
Moving onto the next golfer on the BetFred betting market, well that golfer is no other than Tiger Woods, but you may be taking some chances that he is in form if you do back him, but by backing him right now you will be rewarded with win odds of 12/1.
Best Each-Way Betting Opportunities
It may also pay dividends to look a little further down the betting market and list of golfers taking part in this golf tournament, as there is some value waiting to be mopped up by each-way shares, such as Justin Rose and Rory McIlroy at 14/1.
In fact, it could be worth backing the likes of Jason Day at and Xander Schauffele at 16/1 each-way too, and a case could be made for Tony Finau at 18/1 who if everything does fall into place for him could quite easily get placed.
Who Else Could Get Placed
I do think it will be best for you to consider placing an each-way bet on one or even more than one of the golfers that are taking part in this gold tournament, for a win bet at this stage of the tournament on any golfer is something of a high risk bet, but one that could of course pay off big style.
A few other golfers that could quite easily fill any of the top 7 places on the Farmers Insurance Open this year include both Marc Leishman and Rickie Fowler who both look decent bets at their current odds of 20/1 and there is also a case to be made for Patrick Cantlay at 22/1 and also Gary Woodland at 25/1.
As for whether it is likely that Jordan Spieth at 30/1 or Charles Howell at 33/1 will be placed in this tournament this year, well that is a decision that I will leave up to you but there are several other golfers that are being backed including the likes of Cameron Champ, Patrick Reed and Emiliano Grillo at 35/1 and there is a little bit of support for Alex Noren, Cameron Smith, Keegan Bradley and Brandt Snedeker at 40/1 too.