2021 Commercial Bank Qatar Masters betting odds and tips: Futures picks, who will win
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2021 Commercial Bank Qatar Masters betting odds and tips: Futures picks, who will win

The 2021 Commercial Bank Qatar Masters betting odds have been released for the European Tour event at Education City Golf Club in Doha, Qatar.

The betting favorite this week is Thomas Pieters, who comes in at 18-to-1 (+1800) betting odds.

Thomas Detry is next best at 20-to-1, with five players -- Antoine Rozner, Matthias Schwab, Andy Sullivan, Rasmus Hojgaard and George Coetzee -- all on 25-to-1.

2021 Commercial Bank Qatar Masters tips, expert picks and futures bets

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This week, we have the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters, which continues the European Tour's season-opening Desert Swing. With this tournament opposite The Players, the field has no top-50 players, but it's an interesting mix in Doha to take on this long-running event.

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2021 Commercial Bank Qatar Masters betting odds: Outright winner

  • Thomas Pieters: +1800
  • Thomas Detry: +2000
  • Antoine Rozner: +2500
  • Andy Sullivan: +2500
  • Matthias Schwab: +2500
  • George Coetzee: +2500
  • Rasmus Hojgaard: +2500
  • Adri Arnaus: +3000
  • Kurt Kitayama: +3500
  • Aaron Rai: +3500
  • Laurie Canter: +3500
  • Kalle Samooja: +3500
  • Joost Luiten: +4000
  • Dean Burmester: +4000
  • Sean Crocker: +4000
  • Brandon Stone: +4000
  • Justin Harding: +4000
  • Matthew Jordan: +4000
  • Calum Hill: +5000
  • Romain Langasque: +5000
  • Chris Paisley: +6000
  • Victor Dubuisson: +6000
  • Wilco Nienaber: +6000
  • Adrian Otaegui: +6000
  • Richard Bland: +6000
  • Jazz Janewattananond: +6000
  • Fabrizio Zanotti: +6000
  • Scott Jamieson: +6000
  • Callum Shinkwin: +6000
  • Masahiro Kawamura: +8000
  • Wil Besseling: +8000
  • Johannes Veerman: +8000
  • Jordan Smith: +8000
  • Ross Fisher: +8000
  • Alexander Bjork: +8000
  • Jamie Donaldson: +8000
  • Marcus Armitage: +8000
  • Shaun Norris: +8000
  • Marc Warren: +8000
  • Niklas Lemke: +8000
  • Alexander Levy: +8000
  • Jeff Winther: +8000
  • Eddie Pepperell: +8000
  • Renato Paratore: +10000
  • Pablo Larrazabal: +10000
  • Garrick Higgo: +10000
  • Gavin Green: +10000
  • Marcus Kinhult: +10000
  • Haotong Li: +10000

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