The Dubai World Championship is an excellent addition to the European Tour golf calendar. It was added in the calendar in 2009, and it is the end of the season-long Race To Dubai which has replaced the old Order of Merit.
The best 60 money winners from the European Tour will face each other in November every year at the Dubai World Championship that takes place on the Earth course at Jumeirah Golf Estates in Dubai. The World Tour Championships odds are available ahead of the first round that will take place on Thursday. It is not surprising to see that the head of the betting market is populated by the very best golf players in the world.
DP World Tour Championship Betting Tip
We have a massive star line up for this end of the season showpiece at the DP World Tour Championship, and this is hardly surprising. The Race To Dubai will come to an end with Bernd Wiesberger that will be hoping to consolidate his place at the top of the Race To Dubai standings.
Wiesberger can be backed at 30/1 with 888Sport to win this tournament. He will have to do extremely well as he will compete with a series of lively competitors like Rory Mcllroy who is topping the betting market at 4/1 with Betfred Bookmakers.
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Mcllroy won this event both in 2012 and 2015, and therefore he is trying to secure a hat-trick. The Nothern Irishman hasn’t been firing all cylinders in this season, and he is currently sitting in sixth place in the Race To Dubai. The feeling is that he might have to settle for a minor role in the table.
The second favourite is Jon Rahm who has been in shining form in this season. The Spaniard can be currently backed at 7/1 with 888Sport to secure a win here. Rahm ended in fourth place a year ago and he is now third in the Race To Dubai having already won the Irish Open and the Spanish Open in 2019. Surely the 25-year-old can land glory here and has to be considered.
Tommy Fleetwood comes into this tournament having won the Nedbank Golf Challenge. He is available at 16/1 with bet365 and surely has to be considered as he also second on the Race To Dubai. Fleetwood is a potential each-way banker in this market. Justin Rose and Matthew Fitzpatrick are both available at 20/1 respectively with Paddy Power and William Hill. Those are adding more depth, but in our opinion, it is Rahm who is the solid bet here.
DP World Tour Championship Odds
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