Betting on the Porsche European Open

It is at the Northern Course of the Green Eagle Golf Course that this year’s Porsche European Open is being played out currently, and if you have an inclining that one of the many golfers that are taking part in that major golf tournament which has a huge €2,000,000 prize purse is going to win, then now is the time to place your bets!

You do of course have lots of unique and individual types of bets available to you on each match being played in that tournament, but it is often the outright winner betting market that most punters will be most interested in making use of.

It is always the case though, that regarding the bets odds available on a golf tournament such as the Porsche Open, you should be placing such bets at any of our featured betting sites, in fact Betfred do currently have a very liberal set of odds available on their betting markets for this tournament.

If  you do decide to bet with them you can place an each-way bet and will be paid out one quarter of the win odds on the first five finishers in that tournament, on the place part of those bets, so there is some value to be had if you do bet with Betfred sooner rather than later!

Favourites to Win the Porsche European Open

As far as the betting markets go, there are five golfers that are currently looking the most likely ones that will win the golf tournament, based purely on their odds, and it is Bryson Dechambeau at 6/4 that heads all betting markets and as such he is the current favourite to win.

However, you do of course need to look at the form and skills coupled with the abilities of all golfers that you may be thinking of betting on, and with that in mind one that has an outstanding chance of winning is Patrick Reed, and for those of you out there who do think he is going to win, now is the time to be securing the 11/4 odds attached to him on the betting markets at several betting sites!

As for the other three players that are attracting a fair bit of support currently, those include the likes of Paul Casey at 6/1, Matthias Schwab at 7/1 and there is certainly some value to be had right now if you do think that Alexander Levy is going to win this event for this morning when I checked he could be backed quite easily at win odds of 15/2!

In fact, at those odds, it may be worth considering picking out a couple or a few golfers to back, as by doing so if you pick those with the biggest odds you are going to end up in profit when betting on each of them if one of them does win!

Each-Way Possibilities

An each-way bet is of course a bet on which you are faced with placing two bets combined into one single bet, on which half of your bet is backing one golfer to win a golf tournament for example and the other part of that bet will be a winning one if your chosen golfer finishes on one of the top positions in that tournament.

But whatever you do, if you do fancy placing an each-way bet on this golf tournament, make sure that you find a betting site that is going to be offering you the most places and a betting site that is going to be giving you the biggest percentage of the win odds on such bets too.

By choosing to bet at Betfred for example, you will get paid out one quarter of the win odds if your golfer finishes in the top five positions, and as such with many betting sites only offering four places and/or offering just one fifth of the odds you should be placing your each-way bets on the Porsche Open golf tournament at Betfred to get the best betting value!

As to just which golfers could end up in one of the top five positions, there are several of them that may just do that including but certainly not limited to golfers such as Romain Wattel and Richard McEvoy at 14/1, Bradley Dredge and David Drysdale at 18/1 or even Charl Schwartzel at 22/1 and Scott Hend at 25/1 too!

Big Priced Outsiders

The idea behind any open golf tournament is of course that any player who does find his very best form when playing in a tournament could end up winning it, and with that in mind you should never underestimate the chances of some of the outsiders!

With that fact rattling around your head allow me to introduce you to some other golfers taking part in this golf tournament that are on offer at some much higher odds, Jeunghun Wang at 30/1 going be worth betting on and also think about backing the likes of Hideto Tanihara at 35/1, Renato Paratore at 50/1, Oliver Fisher at 55/1 and also Sam Horsfield at 60/1.

As for the golfers that are deemed to be rank outsiders with very little chance of winning this tournament, and those that have currently got three figure odds attached to them on winning this tournament they include golfers such as Sebastian Heisele and Maximilian Kieffer at 100/1, James Morrison, Philipp Mejow, Soren Kjeldsen, Christofer Blomstrand, Connor Syme and Felipe Aguilar all on offer currently at huge odds of 125/1!

For anybody out there looking for a potentially huge pay day then also consider banking possibly each-way golfers such as Lucas Herbert and Callum Shinkwin at 200/1 or take a few  chances on golfers such as Jordan Smith, Lucas Bjerregaard, Christopher Mivis or Peter Hanson as each of them are chalked up at odds of a whopping 250/1!

You can also bag odds of 300/1 on the likes of Jose-Filipe Lima, David Horsey, Richard Sterne, Seb Gros and Steven Brown and all other golfers that I haven’t yet mentioned are available at odds of at least 400/1!