ISPS Handa World Invitational Odds, Field & Betting Picks

ISPS Handa World Invitational Odds, Field & Betting Picks

The ISPS Handa World Invitational isn’t on the 2024 DP World Tour schedule, so this will be the final time this event is contested. It began in 2019 as a joint event among this tour and two women’s circuits: the LPGA and Ladies European Tour. Here is our betting preview and ISPS Handa World Invitational Odds courtesy of Jazssports.

This is the first event on the circuit since The Open Championship a month ago. Now, players will compete for six straight weeks until the Ryder Cup at Marco Simone Golf Club in Rome starting on Sept. 29.

DP World Tour Odds

The Course

This is the fourth DP World Tour event to be played at Galgorm Castle, as John Catlin won the Irish Open here in 2020. The event will be played over two courses—Ballymena opened in 1997, while Castlerock Golf Club joins in for the first time. Castlerock is a pure links course, but accuracy is key at Ballymena. Players will take on each course once on Thursday and Friday, and the weekend’s action will be at Ballymena.

Daniel Gavins’ 13-under 267 in 2021 is the tournament record.

MacIntyre and Perez Favored Over Defending Champ Ferguson

Robert MacIntyre (+1000) didn’t have the best run at the British Open, but he just missed out on a title the week before, just losing out to Rory McIlroy at the Genesis Scottish Open. The week before that, he placed fourth at the Made in HimmerLand event. 

Victor Perez (+1200) has two wins on links courses, including one this year at Yas Links in Abu Dhabi. His other victory came at Bernardus in the Netherlands, so he can excel on either type of course and has been one of the best players all year on the circuit. With strong finishes in the U.S. PGA Championship and The Open Championship, the Frenchman also has a strong shot of making the European Ryder Cup team, so he wants to play well down the final stretch.

Ewen Ferguson (+1500) took home the win here a year ago and was 12th at the Scottish Open last month. Earlier in July, he came in fourth at the Betfred British Masters, so his form is strong as defending champion. 

Other Contenders

Twenty-year-old Northern Irishman Tom McKibbin (+2000) will be the fan favorite. He won the Porsche European Open in early July to become the youngest Irish winner on this tour since McIlroy. While he hasn’t played at Galgorm as a pro, he’s from the area and is very familiar with the course.

Grant Forrest (+2500) is from Scotland and performed well on his home turf last month with an 11th at the Genesis Scottish Open. His only win on the DP World Tour came nearly two years ago to the day at the Hero Open, and he’s racked up seven top-15 finishes this year.

2023 ISPS Handa World Invitational Odds

MacIntyre and Perez are both trying to add to their Ryder Cup resume, so we’re backing them here this week. We also like the youngster McKibbin to threaten for the victory along with Forrest.

Here are the latest golf odds from JazzSports for the DP World Tour’s 2023 ISPS Handa World Invitational.

Robert MacIntyre+1000
Victor Perez+1200
Ewen Ferguson+1500
Romain Langasque+1800
Adrian Otaegui+2000
Laurie Canter+2000
Matthew Jordan+2000
Tom McKibbin+2000
Calum Hill+2500
Grant Forrest+2500

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