Commercial Bank Qatar Masters Matchups and Predictions

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PUBLISHED: Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020
LAST UPDATE: 01:44 pm, Tue, March 3, 2020

Commercial Bank Qatar Masters Matchups and Predictions
The European Tour has another watered down field this week, as Martin Kaymer and Thomas Pieters are the top two choices in the betting odds. Let’s look at the matchup odds and picks for this week’s Commercial Bank Qatar Masters.

Date & Time
March 5th, 2020
Location
Education City Golf Course - Qatar
Media Coverage
Golf Channel

The European Tour has another watered down field this week, as Martin Kaymer and Thomas Pieters are the top two choices in the betting odds. Players don’t always want to travel to out of the way places, and Qatar doesn’t usually attract the best players in the world. The great run continued last week with a 5-1 with the matchups at the Oman Open. Let’s look at the matchup odds and picks for this week’s Commercial Bank Qatar Masters.

Defending Champion: Justin Harding

Commercial Bank Qatar Masters Matchup Odds

 Martin Kaymer -115 vs. Thomas Pieters

Thomas Detry -115 vs. Ross Fisher

Thomas Detry -135 vs. Matthias Schwab

Thomas Pieters -135 vs. Robert MacIntyre

Haotong Li -125 vs. Brandon Stone

Jordan Smith -115 vs. George Coetzee

Robert MacIntyre -125 vs. Matthias Schwab

Marcus Kinhult -115 vs. Guido Migliozzi

Mike Lorenzo-Vera -125 vs. Joost Luiten

Mikko Korhonen -120 vs. Benjamin Hebert

Paul Waring -125 vs. Adri Arnaus

Gavin Green -115 vs. Eddie Pepperell

Andy Sullivan -120 vs. Matthew Jordan

Sam Horsfield -120 vs. Dean Burmester

Jason Scrivener -120 vs. Pablo Larrazabal

Zander Lombard -150 vs. Sami Valimaki

Min Woo Lee -115 vs. Justin Harding

Brandon Stone -115 vs. Benjamin Hebert

Romain Langasque -135 vs. Nicolas Colsaerts

Connor Syme -115 vs. Kalle Samooja

Andy Sullivan -135 vs. Victor Dubuisson

Alexander Levy -120 vs. Clement Sordet

Scott Jamieson -125 vs. Rasmus Hojgaard

Gavin Green -120 vs. Haotong Li

Matthieu Pavon -125 vs. Alejandro Canizares

Ross Fisher -115 vs. Haotong Li

Brandon Stone -115 vs. Guido Migliozzi

Antoine Rozner -115 vs. Grant Forrest

Justin Harding -120 vs. Victor Dubuisson

Connor Syme -115 vs. Jason Scrivener

Matthew Jordan -120 vs. Rasmus Hojgaard

Scott Jamieson -115 vs. Renato Paratore

Haydn Porteous -115 vs. Ashun Wu

Richie Ramsay -120 vs. Soren Kjeldsen

Aaron Rai -115 vs. Ashley Chesters

Calum Hill -115 vs. Chris Paisley

Darren Fichardt -115 vs. Edoardo Molinari

Jorge Campillo -120 vs. Joakim Lagergren

Stephen Gallacher -115 vs. Sebastian Heisele

Jeunghun Wang -120 vs. Cormac Sharvin

Joachim B. Hansen -115 vs. Robert Rock

Picks

Thomas Detry -135 vs. Matthias Schwab

Detry continues to play well and he has made his last four cuts in the desert. He has enjoyed this tournament with solid finishes in the last three years. I will ride with Detry in this matchup against Schwab.

Gavin Green -115 vs. Eddie Pepperell

Green has been solid in the Middle East in his career, with finishes of 21-27-3-18 in his last four starts in the desert. He is usually someone you can count on to hit a lot of greens and he played well in this event a year ago. I know that Pepperell won this event two years ago, but that was at Doha and keep in mind Pepperell hasn’t even played since the end of January. I will take Green in this matchup.

Andy Sullivan -120 vs. Matthew Jordan

Sullivan has played well in the desert in the past, with three top 20 finishes at Doha. He has played well this season with a tie for 21st in Abu Dhabi and he tied for 27th in Saudi Arabia. I will lay the small price and take Sullivan in this matchup.

Guido Migliozzi -115 vs. Marcus Kinhult

Guido had two wins last season but he started off slowly and missed cuts in a few events. He seems to have turned the corner with a strong finish last week in Oman where he finished in a tie for 4th. I will take him in this matchup against Migliozzi.

Alejandro Canizares -105 vs. Matthieu Pavon

Canizares should like this new course in Qatar that was designed by Jose Maria Olazabal. Canizares has played well in this event in the past with a 5th and an 8th place finish. I will take him in this matchup against Pavon.

Check out the latest Commercial Bank Qatar Masters odds at the online sportsbook.