2019 DP World Tour Championship Dubai betting odds: Picks, who will win
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2019 DP World Tour Championship Dubai betting odds: Picks, who will win

The 2019 DP World Tour Championship Dubai betting odds have been released for the week at Jumeirah Golf Estates' Earth Course in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

The betting favorite this week is Rory McIlroy, who comes in at 4-to-1 as he looks to win another Race to Dubai with a victory in the season-ending European Tour event.

Jon Rahm is 13-to-2 (+650) as he looks to pick off another Rolex Series event and win this tournament for the second time.

Last week's winner, Tommy Fleetwood, is at 14-to-1, while Justin Rose and Patrick Reed are 16-to-1 in this 50-player event.

2019 DP World Tour Championship Dubai expert picks and bets

Win bets

Rory McIlroy: McIlroy has an affinity for this course, and he could totally sweep in and finish out this season with a win that could get him close to No. 1 in the world.

Tommy Fleetwood: Fleetwood is looking for a second Race to Dubai title, and his playoff win in South Africa last week could be a catalyst.

Robert MacIntyre: Bobby Mac has enjoyed a great season, and he's playing with nothing to lose. His game should set up well for this go-for-broke course.

Marcus Kinhult: Kinhult has been in the top 20 in his last four European Tour starts, and that could carry him to contend in this top-heavy field.

2019 DP World Tour Championship Dubai betting odds

Odds to win outright

  • Rory McIlroy: +400
  • Jon Rahm: +650
  • Tommy Fleetwood: +1400
  • Justin Rose: +1600
  • Patrick Reed: +1600
  • Tyrrell Hatton: +1800
  • Louis Oosthuizen: +2000
  • Matthew Fitzpatrick: +2000
  • Henrik Stenson: +2500
  • Bernd Wiesberger: +2500
  • Paul Casey: +2500
  • Shane Lowry: +3000
  • Matthias Schwab: +3000
  • Robert MacIntyre: +3000
  • Erik van Rooyen: +4000
  • Danny Willett: +4000
  • Sergio Garcia: +5000
  • Francesco Molinari: +5000
  • Rafael Cabrera Bello: +5000
  • Kurt Kitayama: +5000
  • Matt Wallace: +5000
  • Lee Westwood: +6000
  • Victor Perez: +6000
  • Haotong Li: +6000
  • Thomas Pieters: +6000
  • Marcus Kinhult: +6000
  • Thomas Detry: +6000
  • Paul Waring: +6000
  • Joost Luiten: +6000
  • Ian Poulter: +8000
  • Tom Lewis: +8000
  • Mike Lorenzo-Vera: +10000
  • Andrea Pavan: +10000
  • Christiaan Bezuidenhout: +10000
  • Romain Langasque: +12500
  • Jason Scrivener: +12500
  • Adri Arnaus: +12500
  • Jordan Smith: +12500
  • Guido Migliozzi: +15000
  • Aaron Rai: +15000
  • Benjamin Hebert: +15000
  • Mikko Korhonen: +15000
  • Joachim B. Hansen: +15000
  • Jorge Campillo: +15000
  • Justin Harding: +15000
  • Andy Sullivan: +20000
  • Matthew Southgate: +20000
  • Richard Sterne: +25000
  • David Lipsky: +30000
  • Scott Hend: +30000

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