A new tournament for the European Tour this season check out who Golf Monthly have picked to do well in this True Thailand Classic golf betting guide
True Thailand Classic golf betting guide
A new tournament for the European Tour this season and it is co sanctioned with the Asian tour.
The field is not the strongest you will see this season, so there is a chance to make some decent money with some outsiders undoubtedly like to make a top 5 finish.
Alex Noren (10/1) and Marc Warren (12/1) are the favourites with the bookies. But I cannot touch them at those prices.
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True Thailand Classic golf betting guide – advised bets
Miguel Angel Jimenez £2 to win at 30/1 -won the last time he played in Thailand in the 2004 Johnnie Walker Classic. Won recently on the Champions Tour and has had some success in Asia before. If someone is going to run away with this then the Spaniard could be the man.
Robert Rock £1 each way at 55/1 – The Englishman should really be shorter odds in this field. Had a top 20 finish in Malaysia and top 10 in Dubai. I really expect him to challenge this week.
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Johan Edfors £1 each way at 80/1 – The Swede is attached to the club and won here in 2009 and 2013 on the Asian Tour. So on that alone he is a must for an each way tip.
Angelo Que £1 each way at 100/1 – The colourful man from the Philipeans is someone certainly to take notice of. Finished 6th on the Asian Tour Order of Merit last seaosn and lost in a play-off at the Hong Kong Open in October. At these odds he is worth a punt.
Brett Rumford £1 each way at 125/1 – The Aussie seems very overpriced for someone who always seems to play well in Asia. The five-time European Tour winner has not overly impressed on Tour recently, but again these odds are too long to ignore.
Odds from Paddy Power, Each way bets 1/4 odds Top 5.
Current Standings after 4 weeks
European Tour: £-29.20
PGA Tour: £-15.38
European Tour: £-30
PGA Tour: £57
Golf Monthly leads by: £72.08