2020 Commercial Bank Qatar Masters betting odds: Picks, who will win
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2020 Commercial Bank Qatar Masters betting odds: Picks, who will win

The 2020 Commercial Bank Qatar Masters betting odds have been released for the week at Education City Golf Club in Doha, Qatar.

The betting favorite this week is Martin Kaymer, who comes into the week at 14-to-1 (+1400) betting odds. He was the favorite last week in Oman, as well.

Thomas Pieters is second best again this week, too. He comes in at 18-to-1 betting odds.

Robert MacIntyre is looking to get back into the swing of this week, going off at 20-to-1.

Matthias Schwab and Joost Luiten, who had a bit of a close call in Oman, are both at 25-to-1.

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The Commercial Bank Qatar Masters is the last event in the Middle East swing. This is a mediocre field relative to the European Tour, but there's a solid lineup of up-and-comers and some established stars in the field.

Education City Golf Club is a new venue from Doha Golf Club. It's designed by Jose Maria Olazabal, but we don't have any history here.

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Joost Luiten: Luiten is a control player, and it looks like he's on his game. That should work well at this course based on photos.

Jordan Smith: Smith was T-6 last week in Oman, and he's had a decent start to the European Tour season.

Adri Arnaus: Consider this a bit of a leap, as Arnaus is Spanish, so he may have an eye for Olazabal's playing and design style.

2020 Commercial Bank Qatar Masters betting odds

  • Martin Kaymer: +1400
  • Thomas Pieters: +1800
  • Robert MacIntyre: +2000
  • Matthias Schwab: +2500
  • Joost Luiten: +2500
  • Thomas Detry: +3000
  • Ross Fisher: +3000
  • Jordan Smith: +3000
  • Gavin Green: +3000
  • Mike Lorenzo-Vera: +3000
  • Haotong Li: +3000
  • George Coetzee: +3000
  • Eddie Pepperell: +3000
  • Adri Arnaus: +4000
  • Paul Waring: +4000
  • Mikko Korhonen: +4000
  • Brandon Stone: +4000
  • Min Woo Lee: +5000
  • Guido Migliozzi: +5000
  • Benjamin Hebert: +5000
  • Marcus Kinhult: +5000
  • Andy Sullivan: +6000
  • Justin Harding: +6000
  • Victor Dubuisson: +6000
  • Romain Langasque: +6000
  • Rasmus Hojgaard: +6000
  • Alejandro Canizares: +6000
  • Grant Forrest: +8000
  • Matthew Jordan: +8000
  • Sami Valimaki: +8000
  • Nicolas Colsaerts: +8000
  • Clement Sordet: +8000
  • Zander Lombard: +8000
  • Connor Syme: +8000
  • Kalle Samooja: +8000
  • Sam Horsfield: +8000
  • Scott Jamieson: +8000
  • Antoine Rozner: +8000
  • Alexander Levy: +8000
  • Dean Burmester: +8000
  • Pablo Larrazabal: +10000
  • Jason Scrivener: +10000
  • Matthieu Pavon: +10000
  • Fabrizio Zanotti: +10000
  • Adrien Saddier: +10000
  • Renato Paratore: +10000
  • Jeff Winther: +10000
  • Haydn Porteous: +10000
  • Ashun Wu: +10000

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