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Where the Smart Money is going on the KLM Open

It is always going to be on the early betting markets that you will discover just where the smart money is being bet on any upcoming major golf tournament, and that is certainly the case with the KLM Open.

If you are blissfully unaware the KLM Open is a PGA European Tour which is held annually over on The Dutch golf course in Spijk on the Netherlands, this year’s event is starting tomorrow and will be in play until the 16th of September 2018, and you have plenty of golfers to pin your hopes on winning!

One thing that has always been very apparent with this particular golf tournament, is that there is never usually a red hot favourite so to speak, and as such by making use of the early betting markets, especially at betting site such as Betfred, you are always going to find the odds on each golfer taking part in it are high and very tempting too.

For reference there is a huge €1,800,000 prize purse waiting to be won, and as far as which golfers many other punters are backing, well the two joint favourites are Eddie Pepperell and Lee Westwood and their current odds if you are quickly are 16/1!

Experience Always Shines Through

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If you haven’t yet made up your mind as to just which golfer or golfers you do fancy placing a bet on to win the KLM Open this year, then a few others to seriously consider betting on are Ryan Fox, Andy Sullivan and Chris Wood all of whom are easy to back at odds off 25/1.

Whilst those golfer named above are all experienced, there are plenty of other golfer who do have the skills required to win this event this year and some that are on offer at Betfred at 28/1 include Mike Lorenzo-Vera, Ross Fisher, Erik Van Rooyen and Andrea Pavan.

Place an Each-Way Bet on the KMP Open

You can of course not only bet to win on the KML Open, for BetFred do have some of the most generous terms attached to their each-way betting opportunities on this tournament. They are offering one fifth the odds when you back each-way and are paying out to six places too!

There is a little bit of each-way money coming in for both Kiradech Aphibarnrat and George Coetzee, and probably the reason they are attracting such attention is that their win odds are currently 30/1, so if they do finish in the top six you are still going to get a fair sized winning pay-out when backing them each-way at Betfred!

I think you should also take a look much further down the list of golfers on the Betfred early betting market for this year’s KML Open as by doing so you could spot a golfer with the potential to get placed in one of the top six places on this tournament, and three you can currently secure odds of 66/1 on are Benjamin Hebert, Jorge Campillo and also Hideto Tanihara too.