2020 Italian Open betting odds and tips: Futures picks, who will win
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2020 Italian Open betting odds and tips: Futures picks, who will win

The 2020 Italian Open betting odds have been released for the European Tour event at Chervò Golf Club in Vigilio di Pozzolengo, Italy.

The betting favorite this week is Matt Wallace, who comes in at 10-to-1 (+1000) betting odds.

Martin Kaymer and Victor Perez are next best at 12-to-1.

Bernd Wiesberger is 16-to-1.

2020 Italian Open tips, expert picks and futures bets

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This week, we have the Italian Open, which has been diminished this year from a Rolex Series event with the COVID-19 pandemic. However, this golf course is 7,400 yards and pretty demanding from tee to green. It is a composite of a could of nines and seems fairly wide open with plenty of water in play.

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2020 Italian Open betting odds: Outright winner

  • Matt Wallace: +1000
  • Martin Kaymer: +1200
  • Victor Perez: +1200
  • Bernd Wiesberger: +1600
  • Lee Westwood: +1800
  • Renato Paratore: +2500
  • Matthias Schwab: +2500
  • Jordan Smith: +2500
  • Wilco Nienaber: +2500
  • Adri Arnaus: +2500
  • Adrian Otaegui: +3000
  • Matthew Jordan: +3500
  • Joost Luiten: +3500
  • David Horsey: +4000
  • Joachim B. Hansen: +4000
  • Thorbjorn Olesen: +4000
  • Chris Paisley: +5000
  • Antoine Rozner: +5000
  • Jorge Campillo: +5000
  • Marcus Armitage: +5000
  • Laurie Canter: +5000
  • Guido Migliozzi: +5000
  • Johannes Veerman: +6000
  • Jamie Donaldson: +6000
  • Marc Warren: +6000
  • Scott Jamieson: +6000
  • Wil Besseling: +6000
  • Jason Scrivener: +6000
  • Adrien Saddier: +6000
  • Rikard Karlberg: +8000
  • Maverick Antcliff: +8000
  • Richard Bland: +8000
  • Steven Brown: +8000
  • Jack Senior: +8000
  • Adrian Meronk: +8000
  • Dean Burmester: +8000
  • Nicolas Colsaerts: +10000
  • Matthieu Pavon: +10000
  • Scott Vincent: +10000
  • Lorenzo Gagli: +12500
  • Wade Ormsby: +12500
  • Justin Walters: +12500
  • Clement Sordet: +12500
  • Matthew Baldwin: +12500
  • Nacho Elvira: +12500
  • Sebastian Heisele: +12500
  • Bryce Easton: +12500
  • Ashun Wu: +15000

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