You have until the 4th of October that being tomorrow to place your bets on who you think is going to win this year’s Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, which is one of many European golf tours that you may have bet on or may be about to place a bet on .
The tournament itself will be in play until the 7th of October, and with a huge prize purse of some €4,406,125 there are plenty of top named golfers that are going to be taking part in it!
There are several golf courses that are going to be used for the duration of this major golf tournament however one of them is the very challenging Old Course at St Andrews and as such it is going to be some golfer who does manage to win this event this year for sure!
Now as you would expect, all betting sites are going to be offering you odds on every single golfer taking part in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship golf tournament, but having looked at quite a lot of them this morning I do like the current set of odds available at the QuinnBet betting site.
They currently have the favourite to win that being Tommy Fleetwood on offer at odds of 6/1 and some even higher odds on the second favourite that being Tyrrell Hatton whose odds for reference are currently 7/1, so if you do fancy the chances of the first or second favourites to win you now know where to place your bets on them doing so!
Four Joint Third Favourites
There are plenty of golfers that do have an outstanding chance of winning the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship this year, so many in fact the odds available on each of them are fairly decent and high in value, as odds compilers for many betting sites are having great difficulty trying to work out which golfer could win this tournament.
However, having said that if you fancy the chances of any of those four third favourite golfers who are Eddie Pepperell, Chris Wood, Shane Lowry and Matthew Fitzpatrick then one again QuinnBet are offering you the very best odds currently and those odds for reference are 9/1.
By picking out a golfer and backing them each-way at QuinnBet they will pay you out one quarter of the current win odds if your chosen golfer finishes in any of the top four positions of this tournament, which are some very fair each-way terms it does have to be said.
However, trying to work out which other golfers other than those named above may be worth backing is a tad difficult, however there is a slot to be said for ht likes of Andy Sullivan who is 18/1 and also I do personally fancy the chances of Ross Fisher who is on offer at solid value with his current odds being 20/1 and I am sure that plenty of you will fancy an each-way bet on Matt Wallace at his current odds those being 22/1.