You really can have your work cut out if you are a fan of golf and also enjoy betting on that sport, when trying to keep track of every single golf tournament that is in play, much more during the summer months, as there are plenty of them scheduled in the weeks ahead.
However, one that you can always rely on to offer you more than enough betting opportunities is the annual John Deere Classic which this year offers entrants a massive prize purse valued at some $5,800,000 but be aware that it starts today and lasts for four solid days.
As for the best type of bets you can place on that event at this early stage of the tournament, well as it hasn’t quite yet started do peruse the outright winning betting market on that PGA Tour event at sites like Betfred.
They are not only offer some to the highest odds on each golfer right now, but if you decide to place an each-way bet you will get one fifth of the odds on each-way bets and they will pay you out on those bets if the golfer you select finishes in the top seven positions too!
Potential Winners of the John Deere Classic
Francesco Molinari at 9/1 and also Bryson Dechambeau at 10/1 look two of the savviest bets you can place on this year’s John Deere golf tournament and those two players really are on form and could win it.
The likes of Zach Johnson at 12/1, Joaquin Niemann at 14/1 and Steve Stricker at 18/1 are having a fair bit of cash wagered on them at most betting sites and I would never overlook golfers such as Ryan Moore at 18/1, Chesson Hadley at 22/ and Kyle Stanley at 25/1 either!
Never Overlook the Outsiders!
I have seen more than my fair share of complete outsiders winning golf tournament, usually when I have bet on one of the favourites to win, so never underestimate the chances of an outsider winning any upcoming golf tournament!
But I do think preference should be given to golfers offered at mid priced odds such as Chris Kirk at 30/1, Austin Cook at 30/1, Aaron Wise at 33/1 and Wesley Bryan at 33/1 as it would be no major surprise if one of those golfers did win this tournament.
Patrick Rodgers at 40/1, Andrew Landry at 40/1 and also Scott Piercy at 45/1 are good golfers and you should at the very least get a good run for your money when betting on any of them.
The same could actually be said for golfers such as Brian Gay at 45/1, Chez Reavie at 45/1, David Lingmerth at 50/1 and Si-Woo Kim at 50/1, but they are ones that you will probably be best off betting each-way for even at one fifth of their outright win odds there are still some hefty pay-outs to be achieved if they are placed but do not win!