I’m going to take a little different approach to the 2021 Saudi International Betting Tips this week. By matching the Draft Kings prices of guys I like to their betting odds, hopefully picks emerge for you over the different odds categories.
2021 Saudi International Betting Preview
February 4th – 7th, 2021
Royal Greens G.&C.C., King Abdullah Economic City, Saudi Arabia
Par: 70 / Yardage: 7,010
Purse: $3.5 million with $585,000 to the winner but appearance money for everyone!
Defending Champion: Graeme McDowell
The field includes 38 players from the top-100 in the latest Official World Rankings and 18 top-50 players:
Notables: #1 Dustin Johnson, #7 Tyrrell Hatton, #10 Patrick Reed, #12 Viktor Hovland, #15 Tony Finau, #16 Paul Casey, #21 Tommy Fleetwood, #25 Kevin Na, #27 Abraham Ancer, #29 Jason Kokrak, #33 Christiaan Bezuidenhout.
Draft Kings Highest Priced Versus Odds
Dustin Johnson – $11,600
Bryson DeChambeau – $11,200
Patrick Reed – $10,800
Tyrrell Hatton – $10,500
Viktor Hovland – $10,300
Paul Casey – $10,100
Tony Finau – $9,900
Tommy Fleetwood – $9,700
Abraham Ancer – $9,500
Sergio Garcia – $9,300
Christiaan Bezuidenhout – $9,100
Matt Wallace – $9,000
Dustin Johnson at $11,600 has a win and 2nd here.
Bryson DeChambeau at $11,200 finished T-6th in 2019 and is always on the leaderboard in desert golf. Super record at the Shriners, winner also previously at the Dubai Desert Classic.
Abraham Ancer at $9,500 was T-6th last year and arrives rested after skipping Torrey Pines. T-5th last time out at the American Express.
Sergio Garcia is $9,300 was T6th in Dubai and also T-6th in Saudi last year.
Christiaan Bezuidenhout at $9,100 hasn’t figured this course out in two tries but is in very good form.
Guys in the $7,500 to $8,900 price range
Kevin Na at $8,400 debuts. Winner in Hawaii and TPC Summerlin, similar to Royal Greens.
Thomas Pieters at $8,300 was T-3rd and T-22nd in last two visits. Mid table last two weeks.
Thomas Detry at $7,700 was T-9th last week in Dubai and T-6th in this event last year.
Bob Macintyre at $8,900 3rd last week in Dubai, but hasn’t done well in two visits.
Rafael Cabrera-Bello is $8,000. 4th in Abu Dhabi, T-35th in Dubai. T-56th last year.
Matthias Schwab at $7,800 comes in off T-8th last week in Dubai.
Ian Poulter at $7,600 missed the cut the past two week but was T-6th in 2019 and T-17th in 2020 at this event.
Phil Mickelson is $7,600. He finished T-3rd last year and was T-53rd at Torrey Pines last week.
Draft Kings Cheap Guys
Ross Fisher at $7,200 was T-6th last year and T-13th in 2019.
Joost Luiten at $7,200 was T-6th two years ago.
Aaron Rai is $7,200.
Justin Harding at $7,100 was T-11th at Royal Greens in 2019.
Ryan Fox at $7,000 does well at the Saudi
Guy Under $7000
Fabrizio Zanotti at $6,900 has been playing well recently.
Richard Sterne at $6,800 was T-13th on his only Saudi appearence in 2019. Playing very well recently.
Nino Bertasio is $6,300. Good player lacking consistency over 4 days. Shot a 64 in Saudi in 2019.with a T-25th in Abu Dhabi and T-20th in Dubai.
Gavin Green at $6,900 was T-3rd last year and T-11th in 2019. But poor form lately.
Victor Dubuisson is $6,900. He was T-6th last year and T-18th in 2019 but you just dont know what’s going to happen with him. Ever.
Jordan Smith is $6,800.
Graeme McDowell is $6,700. Playing muck but defending champion.
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Title: 2021 Saudi International Draft Kings Versus Betting Odds Tips
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Published Date: Wed, 03 Feb 2021 09:38:00 +0000