Commercial Bank Qatar Masters Odds and Picks

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PUBLISHED: Monday, March 2nd, 2020
LAST UPDATE: 10:47 am, Tue, March 3, 2020

Commercial Bank Qatar Masters Odds and Picks
If you are looking for longshots that can hit at a big price then you may want to consider playing golfers on the European Tour. Let’s look at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters that begins on Thursday and golf picks.

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

If you are looking for longshots that can hit at a big price then you may want to consider playing golfers on the European Tour. Last week it was Sami Valimaki winning at odds of 200/1. There is a good chance you haven’t even heard of Valimaki and he may have even been part of the field at many sportsbooks. What his win shows is that big prices can hit on the European Tour. This is another week for value, as there is no golfer listed at single-digit odds this week. Martin Kaymer is actually listed as the co-favorite this week and that should tell you all you need to know about how wide open it is this week. Let’s look at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters that begins on Thursday and golf picks.

Defending Champion: Justin Harding

Commercial Bank Qatar Masters Odds

Martin Kaymer 16/1

Thomas Pieters 16/1

Robert MacIntyre 18/1

Joost Luiten 22/1

Matthias Schwab 22/1

Mike Lorenzo-Vera 25/1

Ross Fisher 25/1

Gavin Green 28/1

Paul Waring 28/1

Thomas Detry 28/1

Eddie Pepperell 30/1

George Coetzee 30/1

Haotong Li 30/1

Jordan Smith 30/1

Adri Arnaus 35/1

Benjamin Hebert 40/1

Brandon Stone 40/1

Guido Migliozzi 40/1

Mikko Korhonen 40/1

Rasmus Hojgaard 45/1

Justin Harding 50/1

Marcus Kinhult 50/1

Min Woo Lee 50/1

Andy Sullivan 55/1

Clement Sordet 60/1

Nicolas Colsaerts 60/1

Romain Langasque 60/1

Victor Dubuisson 60/1

Zander Lombard 60/1

Grant Forrest 66/1

Kalle Samooja 66/1

Alejandro Canizares 70/1

Antoine Rozner 70/1

Matthew Jordan 70/1

Sam Horsfield 70/1

Sami Valimaki 70/1

Alexander Levy 80/1

Dean Burmester 80/1

Francesco Laporta 80/1

Jason Scrivener 80/1

Matthieu Pavon 80/1

Pablo Larrazabal 80/1

Renato Paratore 80/1

Richie Ramsay 80/1

Scott Jamieson 80/1

Adrien Saddier 90/1

Ashun Wu 90/1

Connor Syme 90/1

Jack Singh Brar 90/1

Lorenzo Gagli 90/1

All of the other players are listed with odds of 100/1 or more.

Factors to Consider

We don’t know much about Education City Golf Club, as this will be the first time this event is being held there, as previously it was at Doha. It is a par 71 that measures 7,307 yards. Jose Maria Olazabal designed the course so you have to think short iron play is going to be important and that means GIR.

Favorites

Martin Kaymer and Thomas Pieters 16/1

I am not betting either of these two as a favorite. Kaymer is playing better this season, but he is still not someone you can trust.  Pieters finished third in Saudi Arabia, but then he missed the cut last week in Oman. I rarely take favorites and I won’t be taking these two players this week.

Value Plays

Joost Luiten 22/1

Luiten played well last week finishing in a tie for 10th and he ranked pretty well in GIR. He finished in the Top 21 in his last two starts in Qatar and I give him a good chance to contend this week.

Ross Fisher 25/1

I give Fisher a good chance to be in the mix this week. He tied for 10th last week and he was 3rd in GIR. He should relish this new course and the field is not that strong, so Fisher could definitely win.

Mike Lorenzo-Vera 25/1

Lorenzo-Vera did really well at Doha with three top ten finishes. He could also play well on this course, as his short game is solid. I will take him at these odds.

George Coetzee 30/1

Coetzee has been really good at Doha with three top ten finishes. He is also playing well with a tie for 6th in Oman and he played well on the Sunshine Tour. It would be just like Coetzee to win an event like this and we get him at odds of 30-1.

Jordan Smith 30/1

I like Smith a lot this week and we get him at odds of 30-1. He ranked 2nd for driving accuracy last week and he was third in GIR. He has played well in Qatar in the past and I think he is a live choice this week.

Guido Migliozzi 40/1

We know that Migliozzi has a good short game and he played well last week in Oman with a tie for 4th. I will take a flyer on him at these odds.

Alejandro Canizares 70/1

My last two plays are Spaniards who may relish the design of this course. Canizares was in the top six in Oman he played well at Doha in the past.

Nacho Elvira 150-1

How about another bomb winning this week?  Elivra tied for second in this event a year ago and he might just thrive on this course that Olazabal designed.

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