Spanish Open Odds & Predictions

Spanish Open Odds & Predictions

Two weeks after being a part of Europe’s Ryder Cup triumph, Jon Rahm will be looking to make history in his home country of Spain. Here the Spanish Open Betting Preview!

The 2023 Masters champion is currently tied with legendary Spanish golfer Seve Ballesteros with three wins in the country’s championship tournament, the Spanish Open. With a win, which would be his fourth in the last five editions, Rahm will pass the legend for the most wins in this event.

DP World Tour Odds

In addition to Rahm’s three victories, the 2021 champion was Spaniard Rafa Cabrera-Bello. There was no tournament in 2017, and the 2020 edition was cancelled due to COVID-19, so the last non-Spanish golfer to win here was Englishman Andrew Johnston in 2016.

The Course

Club de Campo Villa de Madrid hosts the national open of Spain for the 12th time.  The 66-year-old, par-71 course has tight, tree-lined fairways and small greens—quite the contrast from last week’s Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. Rahm’s -25 here last year broke the course record of a 23-under 261, which was set in 2005 by Raphael Jacquelin.

Rahm Is a Gigantic Favorite Going Into the Tournament

Jon Rahm (+200)

Cooled a bit after winning the Masters, but a win here a year ago started a hot streak that saw him win six times from October through April. Jon Rahm wasn’t seriously challenged in his six-stroke win a year ago, and the competition this year isn’t all that steep. While he wasn’t in top form during the PGA Tour’s FedEx Cup playoffs, he did rebound with a 2-0-2 performance to pick up three points as part of Europe’s Ryder Cup win two weeks ago. And given Rahm’s admiration for Ballesteros, whom he credited with getting him into the game of golf, Rahm will seriously gun for a win here.

Other Spanish Open Contenders

Joost Luiten (+2500)

Turned the page after a tough two rounds at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship by withdrawing before Monday’s third round at a soggy Carnoustie, giving him ample time to prepare for this event. Prior to the WD, Luiten had a run of three straight top-15 finishes, including a fifth.

Jorge Campillo (+2500)

Has struggled as of late but was having a nice tournament here last year before an even-par 71 in the final round left him with a 27th-place finish.

South Africans have had success in this event, and look to Hennie du Plessis (+5000) as a longshot pick. He finished tied for eighth here last year and is coming off a 10th-place run at the BMW PGA Championship against a strong field and was 14th this past weekend.

Spanish Open Top Odds

Even at 2-to-1 odds, Rahm can’t be ignored. Not counting the majors, Rahm has played in 23 DP World Tour events, and he’s won eight of them. This is one of the events that he goes all-out for, and his winning three of the last four Spanish Opens is enough for us to back him at the long odds. For a few underdog picks, we like countrymen Campillo, Adri Arnaus, and Pablo Larrazabal, with Luiten and du Plessis as our non-Spaniard picks.

DP World Tour’s 2023 Spanish Open Odds by Jazzsports

Jon Rahm+200
Justin Rose+1400
Yannik Paul+2500
Adrian Otaegui+2500
Joost Luiten+2500
Jorge Campillo+2500
Thorbjorn Olesen+2500
Victor Perez+3500
Ewen Ferguson+3500
Pablo Larrazabal+3500

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