BMW Asian Open Betting

BMW Asian Open betting will require punters to do some serious research! Watching the BMW Asian Open odds and knowing some of the top golfers can assist you in making your choice.

Betting to Win and Betting on Places

Bookmakers offer various options for golf betting. If you are betting to win, you should look to the top world golfers with the best accuracy, as well as considering previous BMW Asian Open winners – who know the course and may be looking to become the first ever repeat champions for the tournament. The course’s narrow fairways and multiple water hazards mean that players with high driving accuracy and pinpoint approach play generally do well.

Betting on varying place finishes is another option. If you bet on a finish and your player achieves the relevant place, you will win a proportion of the odds, depending on how many finish positions are specified. A good bet in this category would be Englishman Simon Dyson, who in the years since the tournament moved to the Tomson Shanghai Pudong Golf Club in 2004 has finished 2nd, 14th, 5th and 10th respectively.

Ernie Els won the tournament in 2005 and finished 5th in 2007, and started to return to form in the latter stages of 2007. He is certain to be a BMW Asian Open betting favourite.

Betting Each Way, Two-Ball Bets and Three-Ball Bets

Betting each way is a combination of the previous two bets. You pay the same stake for each part of the bet, and lose out on any mistakes you make. For example, if your player achieves only a place, you lose the portion of the bet placed you placed to win.

In a two-ball or three-ball bet, you bet on a player to finish higher than one or two other players respectively. Obviously the more closely matched the players, the better odds you will receive.

BMW Asian Open betting offers you the opportunity to get really involved in the event and to come away with a richer, fuller appreciation of the tournament as a whole. Who knows? You may even come back with a healthy bankroll!