Looking at this week’s major sporting events, one that may be worth checking out is the Open de France golf tournament that weather permitting should be starting this week, and there are several golfers that are being backed quite heavily to win that tournament.
The only way though that you are going to get offered decent odds will involve you spending some time hunting around and comparing the odds available at several betting sites, for I have noticed quite some difference in the odds being offered to punters.
The smart money on that golf tournament does appear to be coming in for two golfers, the first of which is Alex Noren, and if you do rate his chance of success, and I am confident that plenty of you will do, well you should find plenty of bookies who are prepared to offer you odds of 10/1.
There is a lot to like also about Erik van Rooyen, and he does have the raw talent and skills required to win a tournament of this nature, and there is certainly a lot to like about the 12/1 odds that are generally available on him winning this tournament outright.
Some Other Golfers Being Backed
Double digit odds are what you are going to find being offered on most of the golfers that are scheduled to take their chances in this major golf tournament, and one that does stand out as a decent bet is Joost Luiten who is currently trading at odds of 15/1.
As the odds are decent currently then you could of course back a handful of different golfers taking part in the Open de France and still make a profit if one of them does go on to win, and with that in mind never overlook the chances of golfers such as Matthias Schwab who is 16/1 and Thomas Pieters who is a 18/1 shot currently.
Hunt Around for the Bets Odds
A betting exchange is probably were you should be heading if you fancy the chance of any of the other golfers that are going to be involved in this golf tournament, for those peer to peer betting sites are going to see some much bigger odds attached to the lesser fancied golfers.
However, let me now take a the other golfers and their current odds, the first of them is Jordan Smith at 20/1 followed by both Marcus Kinhult at 28/1 and Ross Fisher at 30/1 either of whom could pull a surprise and win this tournament with some luck in -playing of course.
If you like the look of either Sam Horsfield and Thomas Detry and rate their respective chances then both of them are being offered at odds of 35/1 plus you will also find golfers such as Andy Sullivan, Martin Kaymer, Victor Perez and Kurt Kitayama are very easy to back at their current odds of 40/1.