Golf Betting Tips: Our BEST BETS for the D+D Czech Masters

The D+D Czech Masters is back for the first time since 2019 and Sam Horsfield is the betting favourite to take the title at the Albatross Golf Resort in Prague.

Golf Betting Tips: Our BEST BETS for the Czech Masters
Golf Betting Tips: Our BEST BETS for the Czech Masters

After a years break from the D+D Czech Masters in 2020 due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the tournament is back this week at the Albatross Golf Resort in Prague.

Thomas Pieters, who is not in the field this year, is the reigning champion after he finished one stroke ahead of the Spaniard Adri Arnaus in 2019.

This was Pieters' second win at the event, following up on his D+D Czech Masters victory in 2015, which helped his cause in qualifying for the Ryder Cup at Hazeltine in 2016.

As we approach the eagerly anticipated Ryder Cup which was also delayed by one year, there will be many players in the field this week looking to stake their claims to captain and three-time major winner Padraig Harrington.

Here are our three selections for the D+D Czech Masters at the Albatross Golf Resort this week.

Sam Horsfield - 10/1

Sam Horsfield is one of English golf's brightest prospects and at the age of 24, there is still a lot to come from a player who has just two wins on the European Tour to his name.

Horsfield has had top-10 finishes at the Cazoo Classic and the BMW International Open recently and if he can produce his best in Prague this week, then he is capable of blowing the field away.

Callum Shinkwin - 22/1

Callum Shinkwin has played well on the European Tour in the last month or so, finishing in the top five of the Cazoo Classic and the Cazoo Open supported by Gareth Bale.

The 28-year-old, who won the Aphrodite Hills Cyprus Open in 2020, has averaged 310 yards with his driver this season, which is ranked 18th on the European Tour. His length could come in very handy this week at the D+D Czech Masters.

Johannes Veerman - 25/1

Johannes Veerman is proving to be a very impressive player this season. Before a respectable tied 46th finish at The Open Championship last month, he had top-10 finishes at the Scottish Open and the Irish Open.

The World No. 179 is yet to win on the European Tour in his career, but his late-season form has shown that he is not far away from his first victory on the continent.




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