Spanish Open Betting

MADRID, SPAIN - APRIL 29: The final leaderboard during the Final Round of the Open de Espana 2007 at Centro Nacional de Golf on April 29, 2007 in Madrid, Spain. (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images)
Why not add a bit of excitement to watching the 2009 Spanish Open by placing your bets on the event? Online golf betting is growing in popularity as more and more people have become interested in playing and watching the game.

Broadly speaking, there are two main options in golf betting. The first is to pick your favourite golfer who you think will win the 2009 Spanish Open golf tournament. The second is where you have one golfer pitched against another on the golf betting odds board.

Betting on the Winner

This first option means that you have to choose a golfer who you think will win the Spanish Open. Undoubtedly the most popular golf odds will be anywhere from 2-1 up to 100-1 or more and will depend on who the player is. In Spanish Open betting, picking winners is difficult, so some odds look very attractive.

If you are betting on the 2009 Spanish Open golf tournament winner, make sure you’ve looked at past history. Check how well your potential winners have done on certain courses in golf games. This will give you a better idea of which golfers to look at for golf betting tips.

Pitching Golfer vs Golfer

Picking the 2009 Spanish Open winner is difficult which is why other Spanish Open betting may be more appealing to you. There is much more to betting on golf than predicting the tournament winner. Betting lines where evenly matched golfers are pitted against each other are quicker and growing in popularity. An example is backing one partner against another to shoot a lower score – an example of a two-ball bet.

Bets and Odds

The best time for Spanish Open betting is during the tournament, when you will find the best tips for betting games and interesting odds. Bets could include:

  • Top scores over 18, 36 and 72 holes
  • Whether or not golfers will make the cut
  • Holes in one
  • Winning scores
  • Qualifying rounds
  • Head to head matchups
  • Top five finish
  • Top ten finish