2018 Omega European Masters Betting Tips

Sept 6th – 9th, 2018
Crans-Sur-Sierre Golf Club, Crans-Sur-Sierre, Switzerland
Par: 70 / Yardage: 6,848
Defending Champion: Matthew Fitzpatrick

I've been so busy doing the betting tips post for the 2018 BMW Championship on the PGA Tour I've not had time to do the European Tour so I'm delighted to have Twitter Tipster Rob Taylor (@RobTaylorSport) on board this week with his betting tips ahead of the 2018 Omega European Masters.

Rob's Top 3 Each Way European Masters Picks

Tip 1: Lucas Bjerregaard 25/1

Crans form:T9 (-8),T49 (-2),CUT (+1)
Recent form: T9 Czech, 6th Denmark

Tip 2: Danny Willett 33/1

Crans Form: CUT (+8), T12 (-9),Win (-17), T5 (-16), T26 (-6), T2 (-12), T25 (-8), T42 (-3), T23 (-7)
Recent form: T18 Czech, MC Denmark

As always, I’m looking for a bit of value in the market, and whilst Fitzpatrick, Pieters and Wallace may have the Ryder Cup on their mind, two towards the front of the market that catch my eye are Lucas Bjerregaard and Danny Willett.

The Dane has had a great season so far, especially on tree lined courses such as Wentworth, and this tight course in the mountains could well suit after two top tens in the past fortnight.

Willett seems to be putting his well publicised post Masters slump firmly behind him.
Now back at a track where he has previously won, Danny’s game looks primed to fire following up four top 25 results in recent weeks.

Tip 3: Adrian Otaegui 66/1


Crans form: CUT (+1) T58 (-1) T53 (+1) T40 (-6)
Recent form: T65 PGA Champ. T10 Denmark

Further down the market, I simply cannot leave Adrian Otaegui out. At 66/1 I always like Adrian on tight courses where plotting your way round is an advantage. Whilst he doesn’t carry any course form, last week’s top 10 shows he’s back in top form.

Long Odds Glory Shot

Mikko Ilonen 100/1


Recent Crans form: 5 (-10), T12 (-9), T40 (-6), CUT (E), CUT (+7), T9 (-11), T32 (-4)
Recent form: MC Scottish, MC European Open

To conclude my team and a pure price play is Mikko Ilonen at 100/1. He simply loves it in the mountains, with a 5th and a 12th in his past two  appearances here, along with two further top 10’s. Whilst his current form is nothing to write home about with one top 20 in his past four outings, I’m hoping he can grab a place at one of his favourite tracks.


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