The European Tour hosts some of the world’s best golfers and, with both the last two major winners competing on it, seems in the ascendancy over the PGA Tour.
Because of this, European Tour betting has got that little bit more exciting. There are European Tour events seemingly every week, with recent tournaments taking place in Germany, France and Scotland.
On each occasion bettors were able to able to take advantage of European Tour betting odds with good prices being offered pre-tournament for eventually winners David Horsey, Miguel Angel Jimenez and Edoardo Molinari.
Looking ahead for PGA European Tour odds, the US PGA offers many tempting prices.
As the final major of the year, the season’s three previous winners tee off together in the first two rounds – that’s Phil Mickelson, Graeme McDowell and Louis Oosthuizen.
Mickelson has golf betting odds of 10/1, McDowell has a golf odds of 50/1 and Louis Oosthuizen is an 80/1 chance.
Golfers on the European Tour compete for the Race to Dubai title – changed from the Order of Merit – which is awarded to the most successful player over the season.
Indeed the R2D (as it is known) is a great way to bet on European Tour, keeping interest up for the whole golfing calendar.
Currently at the top is McDowell, but with Lee Westwood and Ernie Els close behind, the European Tour favourite betting odds are sure to be tight.
Golf betting online is a great way to continue backing winners even after the tournament is well underway – golf betting odds change with every missed put and hole-in-one.