British Masters Odds, Field and Betting Picks

British Masters Odds, Field and Betting Picks

After last week’s BMW International Open in Germany, the DP World Tour heads to the United Kingdom for the start of “The Open Championship” season. The first event in the run-up to the year’s final major is the Betfred British Masters. Over the next three events, the top-three players who make the cut and were not previously eligible for the Open Championship will earn a spot at Hoylake in late July. Check here the 2023 British Masters Odds.

DP World Tour Odds

While Thorbjorn Olesen of Denmark is the defending champion, Britons have fared well in this event as of late. Richard Bland, Eddie Pepperell, and Matt Fitzpatrick have all won here since 2015 when the tournament resumed after a seven-year hiatus. 

The Course

The tournament is unique in that the host of the event can pick the venue. While hosting duties went from Danny Willett for the past two years to Sir Nick Faldo this year, the event will continue to be at The Belfry in Wishaw, Warwickshire, England for what will be the third-straight year. In fact, the Brabazon Course will host this tournament through at least 2026.

The Brabazon Course measures 7,328 yards and is a par 72. While it has never hosted an Open Championship, it has played host to four Ryder Cup tournaments, the latest of which took place in 2002. 

Olesen won here at -10 a year ago. In 2021, Bland was victorious over Guido Migliozzi in a playoff after both shot -13 over 72 holes. 

Rose and Lee Favored Off PGA Tour Success

We’ll start to see more PGA Tour names in Europe leading up to The Open Championship, and here, the top-two favorites are Justin Rose (+800) and Min Woo Lee (+900). Rose won at Pebble Beach earlier this year, and Lee is coming off a fifth-place finish at the U.S. Open Championship two weeks ago and a ninth this past weekend at the Travelers Championship.

Other British Masters Contenders

Adrian Meronk (+1200)

Came into the BMW International Open as the betting favorite and finished tied for third, two shots behind winner Thriston Lawrence. It was a nice rebound for Meronk, who missed the cut at the RBC Canadian Open and U.S. Open. Now back on track, he could be a contender here. 

Thorbjorn Olesen (+2000)

Is a Dane but lives in London, so he feels at home at The Belfry—as evidenced by his win last year. He’s taken a month off after a 44th at the Porsche European Open in early June, and he was third three starts ago at the Soudal Open. 

Rasmus Hojgaard (+3000)

Retired after shooting a 73 in the opening round last week but is entered in this event. He won at The Belfry at the UK Championship in 2020.

Richie Ramsay (+5000)

One underdog to watch is Richie Ramsay who finished third here a year ago. He also has two top-10 finishes in his last three starts on the tour. 

We like Lee’s form over Rose. Meronk is also a solid pick, we like Olesen to repeat, and there’s plenty of value at +3000, including Yannik Paul and Jorge Campillo

DP World Tour’s 2023 British Masters Odds by Jazzsports

Justin Rose+800
Min Woo Lee+900
Adrian Meronk+1200
Jordan Smith+1600
Thorbjorn Olesen+2000
Alexander Bjork+2500
Rasmus Hojgaard+3000
Victor Perez+3000
Robert MacIntyre+3000
Yannik Paul+3000
Jorge Campillo+3000

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