After a fantastic Men's Olympic competition it is the time of the women
Olympic Games Golf Betting Tips Rio 2016 – Womens Tournament
Following on from Justin Rose’s stunning victory to take the gold medal, it is now the time for the best female golfers to shine in Rio’s sunshine.
The events is the same as the men’s and is a 72-hole strokeplay individual event.
The course is a new one that has been designed specifically for the games and appears to be a little like the sandbelt courses you would find in Australia.
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Olympic Games Golf Betting Tips Advised Bets
Suzann Petterson 5 points each way at 20/1 – We know how much the Scandinavians have been looking forward to the Olympics and I am backing the Norwegian to emulate Henrik Stenson and challenge for the medals. A consistent performer she will be gunning for Rio glory.
Charley Hull 3 points each way at 40/1 – Perhaps has been feeling the pressure of late with the Women’s British Open being played at her home course, Woburn, a few weeks ago. With that out of the way I expect her to shine on this biggest of stages.
Azahara Munoz 1 point each way at 80/1 – Has had three top 10s on the LPGA Tour this season and is another extremely talented golfer who could do very well this week. Think her odds are a tad long to be ignored.
Julieta Granada 1 point each way at 300/1 – The Paraguayan has amassed over $4million of earnings on the LPGA Tour, but is having a torrid season. The reason I am picking her is that she is from Paraguay, which shares a border with Brazil, and she was the country’s flag bearer at the Olympic Opening ceremony. She also has medalled before in other multi-sport tournaments – winning gold at the 2014 South American Games and bronze medal at the 2015 Pan American Games.