You may have already made your mind up as to just which golfer you think will win this year’s CJ Cup golf tournament, or you may fancy backing more than one golfer each-way, and that is certainly a viable option being as the odds associated with many golfers playing in that PGA Tour do have some decent odds available on them at betting sites such as Betfred.
Below I will be giving you an overview of which golfers are currently attracting the most money on the early betting markets at sites like Betfred in that tournament, and will also be letting you know just what each-way terms you are going to be able to make use of there too.
There is certainly lots of value to be had if you do fancy the chances of the favourite to win the CJ Cup this year, for that players as you are probably aware is Justin Thomas and by making the wise decision to backing him at Betfred they will give you odds of 11/2.
Brooks Koepka is attracting a little bit of support at Betfred, and as such they have made him the current second favourite to win, and if you are a fan of his or simply think he is the golfer that is going to rise to the occasion and win this golf tournament then make use of his odds of 10/1.
Bigger and Better Odds
Looking past both the first and second favourites in the betting markets you will start to come across plenty of other golfers who may just win but are going to have some much bigger and much better odds attached to them such as Hideki Matsuyama at 12/1.
In fact, I certainly wouldn’t overlook the chances to either Jason Day or Marc Leishman doing very well in the CJ Cup this year and as far as just what odd you will be rewarded with on either of them at this early stage in the betting, well their odds are 14/1!
Seven Each-Way Places!
As BetFred are not only paying out to seven, yes seven places when you bet each-way on their CJ Cup early betting market that does of course plenty you could choose to bet any number of the golfers which much higher odds associated with them and still pick up a decent winning pay-out if they only get placed in one of the top seven places in this golf tournament.
There are plenty of other golfers I haven’t yet named and as such let me look at some of those that do have a greater chance of getting placed than others.
There are golfers such as Billy Horschel at 20/1, Paul Casey at 22/1 and several that are on offer at odds of 28/1 that could be worth betting on such as Cameron Smith, Xander Schauffele, Alex Noren and Tyrrell Hatton, or you could back the likes of Adam Scott at and Gary Woodland at 30/1.