Golf in Dubai Odds and Picks

PUBLISHED: Monday, November 30th, 2020
LAST UPDATE: 02:32 pm, Mon, November 30, 2020

Golf in Dubai Odds and Picks
The European Tour is holding two events this week, the Golf in Dubai and the South African Open. This week’s event in Dubai is a new one, as it is a lead-in to next week’s Dubai Championship. Let’s look at Golf in Dubai odds and picks.

Jumeirah Golf Estates (Fire)
Media Coverage
Golf Channel

The European Tour is holding two events this week, the Golf in Dubai and the South African Open. This week’s event in Dubai is a new one, as it is a lead-in to next week’s Dubai Championship. This event will start on Wednesday and finish on Saturday and it will be held on the Fire course at Jumeirah Golf Estates instead of the Earth course which will host next week’s DP World Tour Championship. Bernd Wiesberger and Robert MacIntyre are listed as co-favorites at odds of 12-1. Let’s look at Golf in Dubai odds and picks.

Course: Jumeirah Golf Estates (Fire)

This course is about 300 yards shorter than the Earth Course and was designed by Greg Norman.

Defending Champion: Inaugural Event

TV Coverage: Golf Channel

Golf in Dubai Odds

Bernd Wiesberger 12-1

Robert MacIntyre 12-1

Martin Kaymer 14-1

Thomas Detry 16-1

Matt Wallace 18-1

Thomas Pieters 20-1

Aaron Rai 22-1

Andy Sullivan 22-1

Adri Arnaus 25-1

Sami Valimaki 28-1

Danny Willett 32-1

Adrian Otaegui 33-1

Marcus Armitage 33-1

Callum Shinkwin 35-1

Rasmus Hojgaard 35-1

Tom Lewis 40-1

Eddie Pepperell 40-1

Sean Crocker 40-1

Matthew Jordan 45-1

Wil Besseling 45-1

Mike Lorenzo-Vera 50-1

Renato Paratore 50-1

Jordan Smith 50-1

Alexander Levy 50-1

Gavin Green 50-1

Romain Langasque 55-1

Antoine Rozner 55-1

Jazz Janewattananond 60-1

Sam Horsfield 60-1

Fabrizio Zanotti 60-1

Alexander Bjork 65-1

Marcus Kinhult 65-1

Jorge Campillo 65-1

Robert Rock 65-1

Paul Waring 70-1

Guido Migliozzi 70-1

Kalle Samooja 75-1

Haotong Li 80-1

Joakim Lagergren 80-1

Thorbjorn Olesen 80-1

Benjamin Hebert 80-1

Mikko Korhonen 80-1

Ross Fisher 90-1

David Horsey 90-1

Sebastian Heisele 90-1

Nicolas Colsaerts 90-1

James Morrison 90-1

Niklas Lemke 90-1

Marc Warren 90-1

All other players are listed at odds of 100-1 or more or they are part of the field.


Bernd Wiesberger and Robert MacIntyre 12-1

I think Wiesberger is overvalued at these odds. He has not played since finishing 58th at the Masters. I think this event is simply a tournament to get Wiesberger into better form heading into next week’s Dubai Championship. I think there is more value on MacIntyre at odds of 12-1.  He is in really good form right now and it would not be a surprise if he took this title. I don’t back many favorites and I will probably pass on MacIntyre at these odds, but I am at least taking a look at him.

Value Plays

Aaron Rai 22-1

Rai already has a win this year at the Scottish Open and he finished second at the Irish Open and third at the Scottish Championship. He hasn’t been that great lately, but this field is not overwhelming this week and I think Rai is capable of contending.

Adri Arnaus 25-1

If you have been paying attention to the odds board you know that there has been some definite movement on Arnaus for this week’s event. Arnaus lives in Dubai so he should have some local knowledge. “Dubai has such a vast range of great courses with impressive layouts so I’m really looking forward to playing on the Fire course for only the second time.” Arnaus said to the media, “It’s going to be a good test with some fun holes that allow you to attack more than the Earth course. It will be new for us so we will have to adapt and enjoy the challenge.”

Rasmus Hojgaard 35-1

We know that Hojgaard is a threat any time he tees it up. The teenager already has two wins this season in the Mauritius Open and the UK Championship. He also has a number of other top 10 finishes and he is capable of doing really well on the Fire Course this week. I think he is worth a shot at odds of 35-1.

Marc Warren 90-1

I can’t ignore Warren this week at big odds. He is listed at 90-1 and you may even get him at 100-1. He won the Austrian Open in July and played well at the Scottish Open.  It is rare when you get a chance to back a player at huge odds who has proven he knows how to win. It would not be shock to see Warren contend this week.

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