Matthew FItzpatrick 20/1
Danny Willett 25/1
Thongchai Jaidee 33/1
Soren Kjeldsen 40/1
Lucas Bjerregaard 50/1
Marc Warren 66/1
Odds courtesy of www.ladbrokes.com
It's time for the final series in the Race to Dubai. 4 more to go. McIlroy is back on the European Tour and currently leads the Race to Dubai. You can get him at 4/1 but for Golfhacker...well we like our odds a little better than that.
How do you play after winning your first European Tour title? Well in the case of FItzpatrick you carry on the way you have been playing all year long. A T-3 in Hong Kong is further proof that this kid is the real deal. Consistant...one title and 6 top 5's this season. Aside from the likes of McIlroy and Lowry, he is certainly one to watch.
Currently 2nd in the Race to Dubai, it is hard to ignore Danny Willett. 2 wins on the European Tour this year, a strong showing at the Open and 5 T-6 or better. However, it did not play in Hong Kong and had a disappointing British Masters by his standards. At 25/1 he is 8th Favourite for this one. Write him off at your peril.
Jaidee has had a fantastic season. Winner of the Porsche Open. 4 top 10's including a 2nd place at the Flagship European Tour event at Wentworth...well worth a punt at 33/1. Kjeldsen has also had a fantastic season and at 40/1 is an intersting bet. Since winning the Irish Open he has secured 5 top 10 finishes. A great Each way for both men.
With 4 Top 10's from his last 6 tournaments people may be wondering just who Lucas Bjerregaard is. He is fresh from a 2nd place in Hong Kong. Losing by one shot to Justin Rose, well there is no shame in that. He has proven his worth in the past 6 weeks. Can he do it again?
Marc Warren is 66/1 for a good reason...his form has not been too good as of late but it is difficult to ignore a strong player who could come good at the right time. 66/1 reflects this and could be a good outside bet.