Andalucia Masters Odds, Field & Betting Picks

Andalucia Masters Odds, Field & Betting Picks

The DP World Tour continues its swing through Spain with this week’s Andalucia Masters. For the first time, the event will not be held at the famed Valderrama Golf Club due to the course signing a deal with LIV Golf earlier this year. Check out the 2023 Andalucia Masters Odds at Jazzsports.

DP World Tour Odds

Instead, the scene shifts to Real Club de Golf Sotogrande. It’s holding its first-ever DP World Tour event this week, but many European players have experience on the course through the Sotogrande Cup, which is a top tournament for amateur golfers in Europe.

This event began in 2010 but didn’t take place from 2012-16 due to lack of funding. It’s been held annually since 2017. Sergio Garcia won three of the first four tournaments and is the only multi-time winner of the event. The defending champion is Adrian Otaegui, who is also from Spain.

The Course

Real Club de Golf Sotogrande in the Andalucia region of southern Spain isn’t expected to provide as much of a challenge as Valderrama, but few courses do. Sotogrande is a par-72 track that measures 7,099 yards. Bunkers and water hazards are common features throughout the course, and most of the greens are raised from the rest of the fairways.

Wyndham Clark Makes Spanish Debut

U.S. Open champion Wyndham Clark (+1000) makes a rare DP World Tour start. He played in Italy three weeks ago as a part of the U.S. Ryder Cup team and has been on a roll since March.

His first top five of the year came at the Valspar Championship in March, and he logged five more before the season ended, including wins at the Wells Fargo Championship and the U.S. Open Championship along with a third-place finish at the PGA Tour Championship in his last 72-hole tournament.

Other Contenders

Ryan Fox (+1100) should be considered a co-favorite given how he’s performed as of late. Fox wasn’t in the Open de Espana last week, but he has been tremendous over the past month, including a win at the BMW PGA Championship and top-three finishes in the Irish Open and the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. 

Adrian Meronk (+1500) is among the favorites but has not been in form as of late. Over his last five starts, his best finish is a 13th, and he missed the cut in his last start. Perhaps not being selected for the Ryder Cup team has thrown him for a loop.

Rasmus Hojgaard (+2500) showed that he could play in this part of the world by scoring a fifth-place finish at Valderrama last year. He’s also coming off the Ryder Cup victory and was fourth in the Open de France the week before playing for Team Europe. 

Adrian Otaegui (+3000) was 28th in the Open de Espana last week and is poised to improve on that as defending champion of this event. After a fourth over the summer, he’s made six straight cuts but hasn’t had a top-10 finish in that span. It’s safe to assume, however, that he will be in the mix here. 

2023 Andalucia Masters Odds

Spaniards performed surprisingly pedestrian last week, so expect better results this week, with Otaegui leading the charge. It’s also tough to pick against Fox given the way he’s been playing, and we also like Hojgaard and Joost Luiten (+2500), who has top-20 finishes in four of his last five starts. 

Here are the latest Golf odds from JazzSports for the DP World Tour’s 2023 Andalucia Masters. 

Wyndham Clark+1000
Ryan Fox+1100
Adrian Meronk+1500
Alexander Bjork+1800
Jordan Smith+2000
Rasmus Hojgaard+2500
Romain Langasque+2500
Joost Luiten +2500
Thorbjorn Olesen+2500
Robert MacIntyre+2500
Adrian Otaegui+3000

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