2021 Magical Kenya Open betting odds and tips: Futures picks, who will win
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2021 Magical Kenya Open betting odds and tips: Futures picks, who will win

The 2021 Magical Kenya Open betting odds have been released for the European Tour event at Karen Country Club in Nairobi, Kenya.

The betting favorite this week is Kurt Kitayama, who comes in at 20-to-1 (+2000) betting odds.

Four players -- Kalle Samooja, Matthias Schwab, Guido Migliozzi and George Coetzee -- are all on 25-to-1.

Six more players are at 30-to-1, indicating the wide-open nature of the field.

2021 Magical Kenya Open tips, expert picks and futures bets

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2021 Magical Kenya Open betting odds: Outright winner

  • Kurt Kitayama: +2000
  • Kalle Samooja: +2500
  • Guido Migliozzi: +2500
  • George Coetzee: +2500
  • Matthias Schwab: +2500
  • Chris Paisley: +3000
  • Jamie Donaldson: +3000
  • Aaron Rai: +3000
  • Justin Harding: +3000
  • Niklas Lemke: +3000
  • Romain Langasque: +3000
  • Joost Luiten: +3500
  • Daniel van Tonder: +3500
  • Garrick Higgo: +4000
  • Calum Hill: +4000
  • Johannes Veerman: +4000
  • Dean Burmester: +4000
  • Sam Horsfield: +4000
  • Joachim B. Hansen: +5000
  • Jayden Schaper: +5000
  • Darren Fichardt: +5000
  • Adrian Otaegui: +5000
  • Wilco Nienaber: +5000
  • Jazz Janewattananond: +5000
  • Victor Dubuisson: +6000
  • Marcus Armitage: +6000
  • Jordan Smith: +6000
  • JC Ritchie: +6000
  • Wil Besseling: +6000
  • Louis De Jager: +6000
  • Maverick Antcliff: +6000
  • Richard Bland: +6000
  • Gaganjeet Bhullar: +6000
  • Scott Vincent: +6000
  • Masahiro Kawamura: +8000
  • Alexander Levy: +8000
  • John Catlin: +8000
  • Joakim Lagergren: +8000
  • Matthew Southgate: +8000
  • Steven Brown: +8000
  • Jorge Campillo: +8000
  • Benjamin Hebert: +8000
  • Julian Suri: +10000
  • Connor Syme: +10000
  • Adrian Meronk: +10000
  • Shubhankar Sharma: +10000
  • Matthieu Pavon: +10000
  • Grant Forrest: +10000
  • Haotong Li: +12500

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