Golf Tips for DP World Tour Championship and RSM Classic, Plus Betting Offers and Free Bets
It’s the final official competition of the year on both the European and PGA Tours this week. While the RSM Classic is the eight event of the new PGA Tour season, the DP World Tour Championship brings the European Tour season, and the Race to Dubai, to a close. There’ obviously set to be much more drama over in Dubai than Sea Island but there’s profit to be made from both events. So, we’ve picked out our best bets from the two tournaments with our previews below.
Golf Betting Tips and Offers
DP World Tour Championship Betting Tips and Preview
Tommy Fleetwood has been out in front in the Race to Dubai rankings for some time now and he remains the clear favourite with the bookies to get the job done this week. However, he’s got a mixed record at the Earth Course – the long term venue of the DP World Tour Championship – so he should be wary about the challenge of the two men who can catch him at the top of the rankings, Justin Rose and Sergio Garcia.
Of those three, Rose is the man most likely to win in Dubai at 13/2 with BetVictor. However, the best value bet must surely be Tyrrell Hatton.
Hatton is in the form of his life. He won back to back events just a few weeks ago and hasn’t missed a cut since the Open. The Englishman’s also got an impressive record at the Earth Course. Many in the game feel Hatton needs to win on the biggest stages to prove he’s worthy of a place among golf’s elite. He can do just that in Dubai at 16/1 with Coral.
RSM Classic Betting Tips and Preview
The PGA Tour know they’ve got a problem when it comes to attracting the best players in the world to play in the autumn. It’s no coincidence that the RSM Classic is held at two of the easiest courses on the PGA Tour rota. They want players to believe they’re in for an enjoyable week at this time of year but the powers that be also decided to host this tournament at two courses so they could increase the size of the field to 156 players.
A bigger field means more players have the chance to shine and recent years have seen the RSM Classic serve a springboard for even greater success. Many of those competing this week will be dreaming of capturing their maiden PGA Tour win but for Ollie Schniederjans, that dream could just come true.
The 24-year-old played much of his stellar amateur career in the Georgia/South Carolina area and showed how much he feels at home at Sea Island when he finished sixth here on his debut last year. With a year’s extra experience and confidence, Schniederjans is ready to take the step up to win at a best price of 30/1 with Betfred.