Kenya Open Betting Tips

The DP World Tour is in Africa this week as the Kenya Open takes place. Read below for the latest golf tips and analysis from our experts, and take advantage of the selected bookmakers offers to get the maximum value when betting on this event.



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Kenya Open 2023 Betting

Kenya Open Betting Tips | Thursday 9th to Sunday 12th March 2023

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Kenya Open Predictions & Tips

Adri Arnaus To Win

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Main Bet: Adri Arnaus To Win

This will be the fourth edition of the Kenya Open, which joined the DP World Tour in 1967. This year we have a very strong field, and it is particularly important, from a betting perspective, to consider carefully these players who can win at altitude. After all, Nairobi is at 1795 metres above sea level, so it is a completely different game over long distances. Since Johannesburg is at 1753 meters, good form there correlates well here. Anywhere where there is thin air, like Crans, Madrid, Munich, and so on, are good flags too.

This is the main reason why we have selected Spain’s Adri Arnaus for our main bet. The Spaniard is a fan of hitting balls in thin air and has a track record of very good performances, having flirted with a win at altitude or among the trees several times. The trees are another key factor here, so that’s surely a plus. Adri was second to Valderrama in the Andalucia Masters and also second to Albatross in the Czech Masters. At Crans, he finished sixth in the European Masters and fourth at Club de Campo in Madrid in the Open de Espaa.

He missed the cut last time out in Singapore, but before that he was tied for 13th in Dubai and sixth at Al Hamra. He is surely back in form, and in his environment here, he can produce some magic!

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