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Race to Dubai - Winner Betting Tips and Odds

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Tommy Fleetwood
Jon Rahm
Sergio Garcia
Rafael Cabrera-Bello
Alex Noren
Francesco Molinari
Thomas Pieters
Rory McIlroy
Justin Rose
Henrik Stenson
Alexander Levy
Bernd Wiesberger
Ross Fisher
Thorbjorn Olesen
Jordan L Smith
Peter Uihlein
Louis Oosthuizen
Luke Donald
Marc Warren
Lee Westwood
Renato Paratore
Matthew Fitzpatrick
Patrick Reed
Richie Ramsay
Rikard Karlberg
Russell Knox
Shane Lowry
Soren Kjeldsen
Branden Grace
Brandon Stone
Charl Schwartzel
Danny Willett
Alexander Bjork
Andy Sullivan
Anirban Lahiri
Ian Poulter
Graeme Storm
Gregory Bourdy
Hao-Tong Li
Joost Luiten
Tyrell Hatton
Victor Dubuisson
Jamie Donaldson
Jeunghun Wang
Kevin Na
Kiradech Aphibarnrat
Graeme McDowell
Jaco Van Zyl
Anthony Wall
Andrew Johnson
David Horsey
David Howell
Dean Burmester
Edoardo Molinari
Fabrizio Zanotti
Byeong-Hun An
C. Wood
Stephen Gallacher
Scott Hend
Thongchai Jaidee
Romain Langasque
Richard Sterne
Martin Kaymer
Miguel Angel Jimenez
Pablo Larrazabal
Alejandro Canizares
Julien Quesne
James Morrison
Lee Slattery
Marcus Fraser
Raphael Jacquelin
Ryan Fox
Sam Brazel
Ricardo Gouveia
Bernd Ritthammer

The Race to Dubai is the European Tour’s equivalent to the PGA Tour’s FedEx Cup and replaced the Order of Merit in 2009. Henrik Stenson won the 2013 Race to Dubai (as well as the FedEx Cup, unbelievably!), but who will finish as top dog in 2014? Read on for the latest betting odds, tips and analysis as we give our predictions.

Rory McIlroy is currently 14th in the Race to Dubai rankings, yet the bookies still price him as the favourite to win the Race to Dubai come the end of the season. He is available to back at best betting odds of just 4/1 with Sportingbet, which seems ludicrously short to us.

Danish golfer Thomas Bjorn looks far better value as things stand; he currently tops the table but is out at best odds of 14/1 with Ladbrokes and others. While last year’s winner Stenson also looks tempting at 16/1 with BetVictor. That’s not a bad price, but the Swedish player appears to have been resting on his laurels a little this year and has not come close to reproducing the amazing golf he played in 2013.

Our main betting tip here, though, is another Swede, and one available to back at more than double the odds of his countryman. Jonas Blixt – who is available to back at very nice betting odds of 33/1 with Paddy Power – tied for second at this year’s Masters and was fourth in the 2013 PGA Championship. He won the Greenbrier Classic last July and looks to have the consistency in his game which could allow him to step up to the top table of golfing greats. At those odds we certainly think he represents excellent betting value given he’s in sixth place as things stand.

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