2019 Nedbank Golf Challenge betting odds: Picks, who will win
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2019 Nedbank Golf Challenge betting odds: Picks, who will win



The 2019 Nedbank Golf Challenge betting odds have been released for the week at Gary Player Country Club in Sun City, South Africa.

The betting favorite this week is Louis Oosthuizen, with the South African coming into Africa's Major, so to speak, as an 8-to-1 (+800) favorite. Henrik Stenson is next best at 11-to-1 in a tournament he typically plays as a precursor to the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai to end the season.

Tommy Fleetwood and Matthew Fitzpatrick both come in at 12-to-1 betting odds, with the English pair not on their best form but certainly not playing poorly.

Erik Van Rooyen is at 17-to-1 just days after being one of the participants in the six-person playoff at the Turkish Airlines Open ultimately won by Tyrrell Hatton.

2019 Nedbank Golf Challenge expert picks and bets

Win bets

Erik Van Rooyen: EVR should respond well in his home country to losing in the six-man playoff last week in Turkey. A bad drive on the first playoff hole got compounded with a bad break. He's good enough to win here.

Kurt Kitayama: Kitayama's short game is out of this world, and he's been brilliant the second half of this year. He also seems to play well in this part of the world, this time of year.

Haotong Li: Li is a clear horse-for-course candidate, finishing in the top five in this tournament each of the last two years. Needs a Presidents Cup booster, too.

Ryan Fox: Looking for a long-shot play this week, the long-hitting Aussie is pretty interesting, hanging in the top 25 of most of his last handful of starts.

2019 Nedbank Golf Challenge betting odds

Odds to win outright

  • Louis Oosthuizen: +800
  • Henrik Stenson: +1100
  • Tommy Fleetwood: +1200
  • Matthew Fitzpatrick: +1200
  • Erik Van Rooyen: +1700
  • Robert Macintyre: +2100
  • Alex Noren: +2100
  • Matt Wallace: +2200
  • Rafael Cabrera Bello: +2300
  • Lee Westwood: +2600
  • Haotong Li: +2800
  • Bernd Wiesberger: +2900
  • Kurt Kitayama: +2900
  • Paul Waring: +2900
  • Thomas Pieters: +3400
  • Martin Kaymer: +3400
  • Joost Luiten: +3400
  • Ian Poulter: +3600
  • Thomas Detry: +4100
  • Branden Grace: +4100
  • Mike Lorenzo-Vera: +4100
  • Shubhankar Sharma: +4600
  • Christiaan Bezuidenhout: +4600
  • George Coetzee: +5100
  • Andrea Pavan: +5100
  • Romain Langasque: +5100
  • Tom Lewis: +5100
  • Justin Harding: +5100
  • Scott Jamieson: +5100
  • Jordan Smith: +5700
  • Marcus Kinhult: +6200
  • Joachim B Hansen: +6200
  • Benjamin Hebert: +6800
  • Richie Ramsay: +6800
  • Andy Sullivan: +6800
  • Aaron Rai: +7100
  • Kiradech Aphibarnrat: +7200
  • Chris Paisley: +8100
  • Guido Migliozzi: +8200
  • Adri Arnaus: +8200
  • Mikko Korhonen: +8200
  • Kalle Samooja: +8200
  • Lucas Bjerregaard: +9100
  • Ryan Fox: +9200
  • Matthew Southgate: +9300
  • Jason Scrivener: +9300
  • Jorge Campillo: +10200
  • Nicolas Colsaerts: +10300
  • Richard Sterne: +10300
  • Joakim Lagergren: +10300
  • Zander Lombard: +10300
  • David Lipsky: +12700
  • Pablo Larrazabal: +12800
  • Gavin Green: +12800
  • Masahiro Kawamura: +12800
  • Steven Brown: +15500
  • Ernie Els: +17800
  • Padraig Harrington: +18100
  • Sebastian Soderberg: +20400
  • Scott Hend: +20400
  • Nacho Elvira: +25600
  • Oliver Wilson: +30900
  • Alvaro Quiros: +30900

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