Your are always going to have a much better chance of getting a winning pay-out when betting on golf tournaments if you placed each-way bets as opposed to outright winner bets on the golfer or golfers you fancy betting on and think have the skill and abilities of winning a golf tournament.
Therefore as the John Deere Classic starts today over in Illinois in the United States of America, I would urge you to spend a little time on the Betfred betting site, and take a look at the early betting markets on that even, for as always there are some value bets waiting to be placed!
It is due to the simple fact that you will get paid out to seven places on that tournament on each way bets and get paid one fifth of the win odds as to why I suggest you do checkout Betfred, for as long as your chosen golfer does finish in one of the top 7 positions your place part of an each-way bet will be a winning one.
The John Deere Classic is a PGA Tour event running until the 15th of this month and the prize purse is a huge $5,800,000 too!
Where the Smart Money is Going
One betting system that plenty of punters will tend to use when betting on major golf tournaments such as this one, is to simply bet on the golfers that are having the most money bet on them and those golfers are currently Francesco Molinari at 9/1, Bryson Dechambeau at 10/1, Zach Johnson at 12/1 and also Joaquin Niemann at 14/1.
It is highly likely the winner of this golf tournament will be one of those aforementioned players, but a few other that could also win it and certainly have the skills and abilities to do so include Steve Stricker at 18/1, Ryan Moore at 18/1, Chesson Hadley at 22/1 and Kyle Stanley at 25/1
Plenty of Other Golfers Could Win
Believe it or not some of he golfers taking part in this year’s John Deere Classic are pencilled up at odds of 10001. However, please do not be blinded by those huge odds as their chances of winning or even getting placed are of course tiny!
You will be much better off considering placing a bet and an each-way bet at that on golfers such as Chris Kirk at 30/1, Austin Cook at 30/1, Aaron Wise at 33/1, Wesley Bryan at 33/1 and Patrick Rodgers at 40/1 or even Andrew Landry who is also currently on offer at 40/1, as all of those golfers know how to play and what is needed too.
As for a handful of other entrants that could if everything does fall into place sneak into one of the top positions on the leader board they include golfers such as Scott Piercy at 45/1, Brian Gay at 45/1, Chez Reavie at 45/1, David Lingmerth at 50/1, Si-Woo Kim at 50/1