2024 Porsche Singapore Classic betting odds and tips: Futures picks, who will win, first clicks
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2024 Porsche Singapore Classic betting odds and tips: Futures picks, who will win, first clicks

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The 2024 Porsche Singapore Classic betting odds have been released for the DP World Tour event at Laguna National Golf Resort Club in Singapore, Singapore.

This week, we have the Porsche Singapore Classic, with the DP World Tour starting a new Asian Swing portion of the season in the city-state. The 144-player field takes on the tournament.

Shane Lowry is the star of the Porsche Singapore Classic field this week, while Matthieu Pavon and Paul Casey are among the headliners.

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Shane Lowry is betting favorite

The DP World Tour betting favorite this week is Shane Lowry, who comes in at 10-to-1 (+1000) betting odds, leading the field.

Matthieu Pavon, Rasmus Hojgaard and Paul Casey are next best on the list at 16-to-1.

Tom McKibbin sits on 18-to-1, coming off some great finishes to start the year.

2024 Porsche Singapore Classic betting picks and first looks

Alejandro del Rey hasn't played in about a month on the DP World Tour, but he's been off to a great start and had a good finish here last year.

Rasmus Hojgaard has been playing great on this tour this year and just came off a decent experience on the PGA Tour.

Matteo Manassero gets no respect for winning last time out in South Africa, so you almost have to bet him.

2024 Porsche Singapore Classic betting odds: Outright winner

PLAYER ODDS
Shane Lowry 1000
Matthieu Pavon 1600
Paul Casey 1600
Rasmus Hojgaard 1600
Tom McKibbin 1800
Jordan Smith 2200
Ewen Ferguson 2500
Thriston Lawrence 2500
Zander Lombard 2500
Yannik Paul 2800
Richard Mansell 3000
Sebastian Soderberg 3300
Alex Fitzpatrick 4000
Keita Nakajima 4000
Bernd Wiesberger 4500
Scott Jamieson 4500
Adrian Otaegui 5000
Alejandro Del Rey 5000
Grant Forrest 5000
Paul Waring 5000
Rikuya Hoshino 5000
Frederic Lacroix 5500
Matthew Jordan 5500
Louis De Jager 6500
Andy Sullivan 6600
Calum Hill 6600
Dan Bradbury 6600
Daniel Hillier 6600
Jesper Svensson 6600
Julien Guerrier 6600
Niklas Norgaard Moller 6600
Romain Langasque 6600
Sean Crocker 6600
Callum Shinkwin 7000
Daniel Brown 7000
Joost Luiten 7000
Aaron Cockerill 7500
Guido Migliozzi 8000
Haotong Li 8000
Marcus Helligkilde 8000
Matteo Manassero 8000
Johannes Veerman 9000
Ashun Wu 10000
David Ravetto 10000
Jason Scrivener 10000
Kiradech Aphibarnrat 10000
Manuel Elvira 10000
Matthew Southgate 10000
Sam Bairstow 10000
Ugo Coussaud 10000
Eddie Pepperell 11000
Gavin Green 11000
Jayden Schaper 11000
Jeff Winther 11000
Shubhankar Sharma 11000
Daan Huizing 12500
Fabrizio Zanotti 12500
Julien Brun 12500
Marco Penge 12500
Masahiro Kawamura 12500
Maximilian Kieffer 12500
Mike Lorenzo Vera 12500
Oliver Bekker 12500
Rafa Cabrera Bello 12500
Renato Paratore 12500
Richie Ramsay 12500
Matthew Baldwin 15000
Max McGreevy 15000
Ockie Strydom 15000
Adri Arnaus 17500
Ivan Cantero Gutierrez 25000
Chase Hanna 50000
Guxin Chen 50000
Jonathan Goth-Rasmussen 100000

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