The European golf season is beginning to wind down as we approach winter but there’s still plenty to look forward to in the coming weeks. One such upcoming delight is the Open de France played to a conclusion this week. The first tee is on Thursday and you can follow all the play live on Sky Sports. Here are our top Open de France betting tips and predictions.
A Closer Look
Punters also have the opportunity to profit from the occasion by placing a winning bet on the outcome of this fan-friendly tournament. Get your stake money down on the eventual champion or play one of the many specials available. These include making the cut, top 10 finish, hole in one, top UK and Ireland player and plenty more besides.
Oddsmakers have had their say and they have been quick to pin Alex Noren to the head of their outright betting market. That doesn’t come as a massive shock but the fact there’s 12/1 available at Unibet about the shortest price player proves just what we are dealing with here. This is a competitive field and a strong case could be made for any one of the first eight or 10 players cashing the winner’s cheque.
Get the Bigger Price
The favourites deserve pride of place in the betting market but we’re more than happy to pick our punches and play for one at a bigger price, taking advantage of the each-way terms of 1/4 the odds a place 1-2-3-4-5. The man to carry our cash between now and the weekend is Joost Luiten who has been overpriced by the money men, in our opinion. He’s better than the 18/1 you’ll get at Bet365 and we’re confident enough to have a play. It may be worth waiting until the in-play betting for a better look at the field.