Golf Tips for Hero World Challenge, Australian PGA Championship and AfrAsia Mauritius Open, Plus Betting Offers and Free Bets
Although we’re very much in a downtime in terms of top quality golf, there is still plenty for golf fans to get excited about this week. We’ve got a double header of action on the European Tour with the Australian PGA Championship and the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open while there’s the small matter of another Tiger Woods comeback at the Hero World Challenge. With so much action to look at, let’s get straight into the betting tips.
Golf Betting Tips and Offers
Hero World Challenge Betting Tips and Preview
Even those competing against Tiger Woods in the Bahamas this week will be desperate to know how well he’s playing, such is the enduring pull of the 14 time major champion. He’s not going to win this week and is actually the longest priced player in the limited field event but Tiger will still be the main story.
The calibre of those competing at Albany is frightening. Certainly recent editions have shown that these class players can go seriously low on the Ernie Els designed layout. But who’s going to go lowest of all come Sunday?
Among all the quality options, the 10/1 BetVictor are quoting about Justin Rose stands out. Not only is Rose just as good as any of his competitors but he’s in one of the best extended periods of form of his storied career. Rose also lives in Albany and you can’t overestimate the effects of sleeping in your own bed.
Australian PGA Championship Betting Tips and Preview
Australia doesn’t get too much attention from the golfing public over the year but after last week’s Australian Open and the coming Australian PGA Championship, golf fans from all over the world have turned their attentions Down Under.
Being honest though, both tournaments have only had smatterings of top class talent. Sergio Garcia, Marc Leishman and Adam Scott all fall into that bracket and they’re all competing at Royal Pines this week. All three have the calibre to go on and win but it’s Scott who makes the most appeal at 8/1 with Coral.
Scott grew up playing on the course and utilised his local knowledge to win the tournament there in 2013. He’s played well at Royal Pines since even with some less than convincing form going into the event which makes his price look too big to ignore this week.
AfrAsia Mauritius Open Betting Tips and Preview
Much like the Australian PGA, the calibre of golfer competing at the AfrAsia Mauritius Open is a little thing after you get past the top of the betting market. That’s what makes the price of George Coetzee so surprising.
Although Wang Jeun-hun won the tournament last year, Coetzee is the last man to win at Heritage Golf Club which took a year’s break from hosting duties. Heritage may be set in paradise but anybody who takes their eye off the prize risks blowing their chances at this tricky layout.
The winner must cope with the coastal winds, narrow landing zones and fast greens. A newly focussed Coetzee could be the man to follow those instructions at 28/1 with Ladbrokes.