You are going to have to act quickly if you fancy placing any number of bets on this year’s running of the John Deere Classic PGA Golf Tournament, for it will be starting a little later today, and boy are you faced with a tough job trying to pick out a potential winner of that event!
There are literally dozens of golfers that are going to be taking their chances on that golf tournament which for reference is held, as it always is, in Illinois in the USA, but with there being so many entrants taking part in it the odds on offer right now are the highest they are going to be on each golfer.
What I know many golf fans who enjoy placing bets on golf tournaments are going to be doing is placing not only outright winner bets on that golf tournament but will be picking out golfers they think will get placed in one of the top positions too.
They will also be looking or betting sites that offer the most winning places on each-way bets, and as such you should be tracking down a betting site offering 7 places on each-way bets, and there are a number of sports betting site that are offering 7 places on each-way bets and offering one fifth of the win odds on such bets too.
Best Odds and Favourite to Win
The best odds are what you should always be looking for, and as such now is the time to place your bets for you can get Francesco Molinari at 9/1 and Bryson Dechambeau at 10/1 and there is value to be had by betting on Zach Johnson at 12/1 and Joaquin Niemann at 14/1 right now.
Keep in mind those golfers that do not get knocked out too early are going to have their odds lowered, and with that in mind a few other of the more fancies golfers to consider betting on include the likes of Steve Stricker at 18/1, Ryan Moore at 18/1, Chesson Hadley at 22/1 and Kyle Stanley at 25/1.
Interesting Each-Way Bets
I for one will be betting on quite a number of golfers in the John Deere golf tournament, and if that is something you are also thinking of doing some golfers in with a chance of being placed are Chris Kirk at 30/1, Austin Cook at 30/1 and Aaron Wise at 33/1.
If things do fall into place for golfers such as Wesley Bryan at 33/1, Patrick Rodgers at 40/1 and Andrew Landry at 40/1 I could quite easily see any of them filling the top seven positions on this golf tournament.
At slightly higher odds which you may find appealing then you should be looking at golfers such as Scott Piercy at 45/1 and Brian Gay at 45/1 or even place a few small each-way bets on golfers such as Chez Reavie at 45/1, David Lingmerth at 50/1 and Si-Woo Kim at 50/1.