Farmers Insurance Open Market Movers 1

Farmers Insurance Open Market Movers

One of the most challenging of golf tournaments for any golfer is of course the Farmers Insurance Open, and tomorrow that event will be starting and there has already been plenty of betting activities at betting sites such as BetFred.

One of the main reasons why that betting site is so popular with punters who do enjoy backing golfers in any major golf tournament such as that one is the odds and each-way terms are always favourable, in fact one fifth the win odds and 7 places are being paid on each-way bets placed on it at BetFred.

Due to the fact that the each-way betting terms are so generous and the fact that there is no odds on favourite to win this tournament this year, you could always place a bet on the current favourite and still get a far sized payout if he is placed, and that favourite is Jon Rahm at 10/1.

As Rahm is on offer at such high odds that does of course mean that all of the other golfers taking part in the Farmers Insurance Open golf tournament this year are on offer at some even higher odds and the next one in the betting is Tiger Woods at 12/1.

Who to Back Each-Way

With such high odds on offer at this stage of the betting, there is a lot to be said for picking out a few different golfers to back each way and I think that both Justin Rose and Rory McIlroy at 14/1 are certainly outstanding each-way betting opportunities for sure.

Having said that if you fancy the chances of either or even both Jason Day at and Xander Schauffele the at 16/1 they are bets worth placing, and another possible each-way bet is Tony Finau at 18/1 who has the skill and abilities to get placed in this tournament at the very least.

Some Other Fancied Golfers

It is going to take a little bit of time and effort to try and work out just which golfers are going to fill any of the top 7 places on this golf tournament if you do fancy backing any number of them each-way but some that have a much greater chance of doing so than other includes Marc Leishman and Rickie Fowler who are easy to back at win odds of 20/1.

I do personally think that Patrick Cantlay at 22/1 is something of a value and standout each-way punt and the same could also be said for Gary Woodland at 25/1 and for that matter both Jordan Spieth at 30/1 along with the equally experienced and talented Charles Howell at 33/1.

As for whether the likes of Cameron Champ, Patrick Reed and Emiliano Grillo at 35/1 or even Alex Noren, Cameron Smith, Keegan Bradley and Brandt Snedeker at 40/1 are going to get themselves into a top 7 position on the leader board, well I will leave that decision to you to make, but any of them could do just that of course.

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