We come to the penultimate event of the 2015 Race To Dubai, check out who we think will do well with these BMW Masters Golf Betting Tips
BMW Masters Golf Betting Tips
We come to the penultimate event of the 2015 Race To Dubai, the BMW Masters in Shanghai.
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This event will be the last chance for people to creep into the Top 60 on the Race to Dubai to play in the end of season DP World Tour Championship. As well as the last chance to make the top 15 and get a chance to be in the boNus prize pool.
Rory McIlroy is not in the field this week and that gives Justin Rose (5/1) and Danny Willett (18/1) the chance to catch him going into the end of season finale.
Other favourites are Henrik Stenson (12/1) and Patrick Reed (16/1) who know a win this week could get them into that top 15.
Last year the event was won by German Marcel Siem, but following a disappointing season this year where he has only had one top 10 you can get him at 125/1 to repeat the feat.
BMW Masters Golf Betting Tips Advised Bets
Matthew Fitzpatrick £2.50 each way at 25/1 with Bet365 The young Englishman is in superb form, has had nine top 10 finishes this season including his win at the British Masters. Was a very good 7th place last week in the WGC he looks like he is already ready to go and conquer the world, starting here.
Alexander Levy £1 each way at 50/1 with Betway The Frenchman was runner-up here last season and is in a decent run of form with a couple of Top 20s sandwiching a missed cut. Unlikely to have am early destructive round he has the skills to be a contender this week.
Andy Sullivan £1 each way at 66/1 with Coral The Englishman is an enigma – has won three times on tour this season and had three other top 10s, yet finds himself outside the top 15 prize pool. Was less than a month ago that he won his third title, but so poor has his form been in the fortnight since that his odds are this long. I am keeping the faith he can turn it around this week.
Scott Hend £0.50 each way at 125/1 Has been plying his trade on the Asian Tours for many years, so should be comfortable in these conditions. Has had three top 10s this year and needs a decent finish to get into the field for next week (currently 64th on Race to Dubai). Will have taken great confidence from a Top 20 in the WGC last week.
European Tour: £81.75
PGA Tour: £-60.00