The next European Tour on the calendar is of course the ISPS Handa Vic Open, and this year there is a fairly open field regarding the odds on the golfers that are taking their chances on that major golf tournament.
As such there is plenty of value waiting to be mopped up by punters, and one golfer that is currently heading the betting markets, but only just, is Jason Scrivener but do be aware he is not be any stretch of the imagination a red hot favourite to win for his odds of 12/1 clearly show his chances of winning.
In fact, it may be worth your while if you do fancy betting on this golf tournament, picking out a couple of golfers to back each-way, as by doing so you will find betting sites and bookies such as BetFred will be offering one fifth of the win odds on such bets but that betting site in particular is paying out to six places.
That does of course mean that when you back either of the two current second favourites who are both trading at 14/1 there is money to be made if they do scrape through to any of the top six places in that tournament, and for reference those two golfers are Ryan Fox and Lucas Herbert.
Don’t Underestimate Jazz Janewattananond
One golfer that may be worth having something of a speculative punt on in this tournament this year is Jazz Janewattananond for all thing consider he does appear to be a golfer on the up and his form figures do stand up to the closest of scrutiny and his outright winner odds are around the 20/1 mark.
In fact, there are a handful of other golfers that are much more likely to finish in one of the top six positions that most others and they include the likes of Justin Harding also trading at 20/1, Aaron Rai at 22/1 and both Andrew Johnston at 25/1 and Adrian Otaegui at 28/1 are golfers with a fair but of form behind their names.
Who Else Could Get Placed?
As far as the other golfers that will be taking their chances in this golf tournament, well you will also be taking something of a chance backing them to be perfectly honest, however some of them could get placed or if everything falls into place even win this tournament.
Golfers to consider include Jorge Campillo at 30/1 and there is always the chance the 33/1 shots could massively improve their game and win or get placed and those golfers are Oliver Wilson, Jake McLeod at and also Scott Hend.
I am not confident that any other golfers will come out on top this year but those that are being backed but not majorly include the likes of Nicolas Colsaerts at 35/1 and also Sihwan Kim and Callum Shinkwin who are easy to back to be perfectly honest at some fairly hefty odds of 40/1, but do shop around as they may be available at higher odds at some betting sites.