This year’s NBO Open is of course being held in Oman, and due to the fact that the course has only been in existence for around five years, that does make it a very interesting event, as the amount of experience, if any, each of the golfers taking part in it will have had on that course will be limited.
The betting markets on that golf tournament are now open, and as such I am going to be giving you some pointers today in regards to where the smart money is going and just where the value lays, if you do fancy placing any type of wager on this event.
In regards to the outright winner of the NBO Oman Open, it does appear that Matthieu Pavon is attracting the most money on most betting markets, for he is currently available at some quite generous odds of 10/1.
Those odds may seem high, but when you take into account the closest golfers to him on most betting markets are Joost Luiten, Jeunghun Wang, Shubhankar Sharma and Thomas Detry who are all available respectively at odds of 28/1, those odds on him winning of 10/1 do indicate his chance of winning.
The in play betting markets however will of course go live once the event starts, and as such you should consider placing your bets as soon as you possibly can do if you do want to ensure you get those odds mentioned above, for they will drop as the tournament progresses if any of those golfers do start playing to their top form.
Each Way Betting on the NBO Oman Open
Due to the sheer number of golfers taking part in this year’s NBO Oman Open, and with the odds on each of those golfers being quite high, then it may be beneficial for you to consider placing an each way bet on any golfer or golfers you do think has the ability of finishing in one of the top places of that tournament.
With a little hunting around you will have no difficulties finding a betting site that is going to offer you a quarter of the win odds for an each way bet and I have seen quite a number of betting sites that will give you a quarter of the in odds on any golfers finishing in the top five positions.
There are plenty of golfers that do posses the skill and abilities to finish in those top five positions, and as such you should consider placing an each way bet on Alexander Levy and/or Alexander Bjork for both of those golfers have odds of 30/1 about them.
There are also plenty of golfers that are available at odds of 35/1 that do have a very good chance of either being placed in the NBO Oman Open, and with odds on offer currently of 35/1 you should seriously consider placing an each way bet on either Andrew Johnston, Pablo Larrazabal, Lucas Herbert 35/1, Sean Crocker or Seung-Su Han 35/1.
Three other golfers that may scrape into one of the top five positions include Jorge Campillo, Andy Sullivan and also Romain Wattel, and the odds on offer on all three of them are currently 40/1.
Total Outsiders to Win the NOB Oman Open
I am aware, as you probably are, that there can be and often are a few surprises in regards to the golfers that do manage to win or get placed high up in any golf tournament and with that in mind let me now pass onto you the details of those outsiders who you may be interested in betting on.
If you fancy placing a small or even large bet on any golfer who is currently on offer and available at odds of a huge 100/1 then there are plenty of them to pick and choose from, including, but certainly not limited to Brandon Stone, Robert Rock, Thomas Aiken, Stephen Gallacher and Sebastian Heisele.
If you are feeling somewhat brave and fancy pacing any number of bets on golfers who have even higher odds on offer on them to win this golf tournament, then there are a handful of them that are on offer at odds of a huge 500/1 and they include Pontus Widegren, Thomas Bjorn, Graeme Storm 500/1 and Daniel Im.
Believe it or not there are currently, at the time of compiling this news story, seven golfers who have odds of 1000/1 associated with them winning this event, and whilst those odds do reflect their chances of actually winning it, you may fancy placing a bet on them if so those golfers are Azaan Al Rumhy, Steven Troup, Peter Stojanovski, Lorenzo Gagli, Laurie Canter, Henric Sturehed, Daniel Brooks and Nasser Yacoob Saleh.