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Who Will Win the Italian Open?

Who Will Win the Italian Open? 1

It is time for all you fans of golf to try and work out which of the many players that are going to be taking their chances in the Italian Open, and one player that is being backed by plenty of fans of the sport is Matthew Fitzpatrick who can be backed at odds of around the 9/4 mark currently.

I do think it’s fair to say that the Italian Open isn’t the easiest of golf tournaments, but one player that does have the raw skill to win a tournament of this nature is Justin Rose, and he is fancied by plenty of punters who have made him the current second favourite at odds of 6/1.

It is up to you just which golfer you fancy backing, but do keep in mind there are some huge and very decent odds being offered on many other experienced players, and one that does spring to mind is Joachim B. Hansen who is a 12/1 shot.

The amount of risk you want to have in place when placing any bets on the Italian Open will be down to you and your betting strategy, but there certainly has to be some value regarding Matt Wallace, for he is a reasonable bet and one many punters will be placing at odds of 14/1.

Italian Open Each-Way Betting Opportunities

As far as where the value does lay when each-way betting on the Italian Open, well I would always suggest you hunt around and compare the each-way betting terms that are being offered to you at various betting sites.

Each bookie will have their own each-way betting terms, but some of the very best ones I have so far seen being offered don this golf tournament are one quarter of the win odds being paid out to four places, so do look out for betting site offering those each-way betting terms.

Other Golfers Worth Checking Out

Rory Sabbatini and Andrea Pavan are looking like very good each-way bets based on the very simple fact that you are going to be able to secure odds on either or even both of them of around the 18/1 at most bookies’ sites.

That isn’t to say that there are plenty of other golfers that could come out on top and those that are in the running to possibly get placed include the likes of Erik Van Rooyen who is 20/1, Bernd Wiesberger who is surely worth a small speculative each-way punt at his current odds of 22/1 and then you have Andrew Johnston and Graeme McDowell both trading at 25/1.

If you are prepared to take a few risks then never underestimate that very real chances of Mike Lorenzo-Vera filling top spot and his odds right now are 28/1.