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Turkish Open Odds – Outright Winner Betting
Turkish Airlines Open Golf Betting 2017; best odds bold; Each-Way Place Terms: 1/4 odds 1,2,3.
Turkish Open Preview, Betting Tips & Guide To Best Odds
After his stunning comeback win in the WGC HSBC on Sunday, Justin Rose heads back to Europe to form part of a seriously strong field in contention for the Turkish Airlines Open, writes Matt. The majority of top European golfers are here as the Race to Dubai heads to its conclusion and we start to prepare for the winter break.
The Turkish Airlines Open odds is a betting market with lots of value in a big field so let’s see what the bookies make of it all.
Rose and Henrik Stenson have been locked together at the top of the outright winner markets since they were opened and Rose can be found at an industry best price of 8/1 with Ladbrokes. Stenson, meanwhile, is at that same 8/1 with Bet365.
We know about Rose’s performance in China but Stenson was impressive too as he claimed a tie for second along with Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka. The 2016 British Open Champion showed hints of his old form and if the two players maintain that this week then it could be a showdown between them.
Tyrrell Hatton carried his strong form over to China, but just faded on the final day with a 74 that saw him finish in a tie for 11th. Having claimed back-to-back wins earlier in October, Hatton is just behind the favourites with best odds of 12/1 with Betfair and SunBets.
Matthew Fitzpatrick went one stroke better than Hatton and finished in a tie for ninth at the WGC HSBC and is therefore a good value option at a top price of 18/1 with Betfred. That result made it four top 15s in a row for the English golfer and he has the capacity to go close here.
One of the Turkish Airlines Open betting prices that really interests us is the 33/1 with Bet365 next to the name of Ian Poulter. It’s been an up-and-down year for the 41 year old who came close to losing his PGA Tour Card in April but he’s been strong since that point and was a runner up in this event back in 2014.
Consistency is an issue for ‘Poults’ and that’s underlined by the results from his last four tournaments: A second in the British Masters and a 15th place at the CJ Cup last time out are sandwiched between a distant 58th and 40th elsewhere.
Meanwhile, Kiradech Aphibarnrat is on offer at 35/1 with Bet365. We had tipped the Thai golfer to return to form a few weeks back and he just sneaks into the Power Rankings for Turkey.
In fact, there are hosts of strong options around that sort of price. Defending Champion Thorbjorn Olesen is at 40/1 with Bet365, with 2016 runner up David Horsey at 50/1 with Unibet. Recent European Tour winner Paul Dunne is also at 40/1 with Bet365 and this just underlines how much value there could be among this strong field.
Turkish Airline Open Course Trends & Betting Tips Verdict
This event only came on to the European Tour in 2013 so there is little history to look at when it comes to determining our picks. We already have a double winner however with Victor Dubuisson taking his second title in 2015.
Scoring has been low too with Brooks Koepka’s 17-under in 2014 the worst winning total while all others have exceeded -20. There could be many key stats this week but clearly no-one will win the Turkish Airlines Open if they are out of form with the putter.
The Carya Golf Club has water in play on many holes with some narrow tree-lined fairways too so accuracy is clearly preferable to distance on a par 72 course at just under 7,200 yards.
- Rose and Stenson have the immediate form but Ian Poulter is a real tempter this week and at 33/1 best odds with Bet365, he has to be worth an each-way punt.
- In a strong European field, we’ll complete our list of Turkish Airline Open betting tips in the Top Ten markets where the picks are Tyrrell Hatton at 6/5, Bernd Wiesberger at 23/10, David Horsey at 7/2 and Kiradech Aphibarnrat at 10/3. All of those prices are the best odds available and all are at Betfair.