Australian Open Golf Betting Tips

The DP World Tour stays down under this week as the Australian Open will take place. Take a look at what our golf betting experts are predicting for this tournament and also at the best bookies’ offers, as listed below.



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Australian Open Golf 2022 Betting

Australian Open Golf Betting Tips | Thursday 1st to Sunday 4th December 2022

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Australian Open Golf Predictions & Tips

Ryan Fox To Win

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Main Bet: Ryan Fox

This week on the DP World Tour, we’re in for a great treat because the Melbourne Sandbelt will play host to a main tour golf event for the first time ever. The Victoria Golf Club is in a fantastic location that makes excellent use of the available raw ingredients (quick-drying sandy grass, undulating topography), and it has been improved by two of the best in the business, Dr Alister MacKenzie & Michael Clayton.

All of the typical parts of a sandbelt course are there, like lightning-fast greens, tricky bunkers, quick fairways, a standard shape, and a harsh background of trees, tall grass, and wastelands. Additionally, the layout has hosted three tour events in the twenty-first century.

The JBWere Australian Masters was then won by Stuart Appleby and Ian Poulter in 2010 and 2011. The former advanced to the Open play-off, while the latter came in second place in the same competition. It makes sense, since sandbelt golf is just as challenging as linksland, even though its greens are much slower than those on linksland. This is because sandbelt golf has bouncy fairways, lots of sand, and requires creative short-game techniques.

Great news for Cameron Smith, who is in fine form for 2022, is the current Open champion, and also won the Australian PGA Championship last week. However, his pricing indicates that he is a good fit. Min Woo Lee, a previous week’s selection who finished second, also received good news. In addition to winning the Scottish Open and the Vic Open on links courses, Lee hasn’t finished in the top 12 in any of his previous five starts (three of which have been in the top four), and his performance on home soil since turning pro has been phenomenal. Now it says seven starts, six top-five placings, and one victory. However, he is on the wrong side of 11.0, making his value not very attractive.

Lucas Herbert is a more appealing option. He finished 15th at the Open this summer and has two top-10 finishes on the links at the Renaissance Club and the Dunhill Links. On the other hand, he hasn’t fared well on the sandbelt and withdrew last week despite playing one round at Metropolitan. Ryan Fox, a Kiwi, is now the centre of attention. He finished in the top five at Portstewart, Ballyliffin, Dundonald Links, and Gullane. This autumn’s Alfred Dunhill Links Championship was also won by him. In his last 22 appearances, he has earned eight top-four finishes, including two victories.

He began the entire week in the top 10 at Royal Melbourne in 2013 before coming in fifth. He finished 14th at Kingston Heath the previous year and fifth at Huntingdale the next two years. He is clearly a better and more confident golfer now, and that neat, tiny log book on the sandbelt is proof of that.

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