Who Will Win the Andalucía Masters?

Looking at the huge list of golfers that are going to be teeing off soon and taking their chances in the Andalucía Masters golf tournament you are certainly going to have your work out trying to pick out just which one will go on to win.

But as sure as night follows day, you will find plenty of betting sites that are going to be offering you outright betting and each-way betting opportunities on that tournament, and plenty of novelty type bets as well, if you fancy taking a different betting approach.

With that in mind, and as you may fancy having a little flutter on one or more of those golfers, below I will enlighten you on those that have been backed on the early betting markets, and their current respective odds, which could of course change at any time.

If it is the favourite to win that you fancy backing, then you are going to have to toss a coin and decide whether it will be Sergio Garcia or Jon Rahm that goes on to win the Andalucía Masters as both of them are the current joint favourites at odds of 13/2.

Consider Betting Each-Way

As you can see from the odds on the two joint favourites they are rather high, and therefore the odds on each of the other golfers are going to be much higher, and with that in mind you could be much more tempted to place an each-way bet today.

By doing so and picking out and betting at the BetFred betting site you are going to find some rather generous each-way betting terms, for they are paying out to seven places on this major golf tournament at one fifth of the odds on the place part of those bets.

Spread the Risk and Back Several Golfers

It is up to you whether you do want to back one or more than one golfer to win, or would much prefer to spread the risk by backing any number of golfers each-way, but just make sure that you do place your bets before the tournament gets underway tomorrow as the odds will start to drop on the golfer that are playing to their very best form.

As for the names of some other golfers that may just be worth backing, well many of them do spring to mind such as Matthew Fitzpatrick who is currently up for grabs and very easy to back at odds of 10/1, and you can get double those odds on Joost Luiten who is a 20/1 shot.

There will be risks if you want to back the likes of Mike Lorenzo-Vera and Julian Suri , but those risks are outweighed somewhat with their odds of 25/1, and you should never underestimate the chances of success of golfers such as David Lipsky and Paul Waring in a golf tournament of this nature and they are both 35/1, and Jorge Campillo, Thomas Detry and Andy Sullivan are all trading at outright win odds of 40/1.

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