British Masters & 3M Open 2020 Bets, Odds & Tips

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Written By Graeme on July 20, 2020  


Betting Note: Betting amounts are based on confidence level. My normal betting amounts are $125, $250 & $500, although I will go as low as $62.50 and as high as $1,000 on occasion.

E/W (Each-Way) bets means you split that amount. So if it is a $250 E/W bet, that means $125 on them to win, $125 on them to place (Usually in the Top 5).

This week I will be covering both the PGA event and the European Tour event taking place.

We’ve got the 3M Open which takes place at the TPC Twin Cities on the PGA Tours, and the 2020 British Masters which takes place at Clouse House.

The 3M Open is a new event to the PGA tour that follows on from the 3M Championship which was held at the TPC Twin Cities and was part of the Champions Tour. It first began last year with Matthew Wolff wnning it by a stroke, over Morikawa and DeChambeau.

Matthew Wolff was 125/1 to win that tournament.

I didn’t tip him alas. However I did have success in that tournament as I backed the 80/1 Collin Morikawa E/W and we almost had a massive freaking cash from that one.

Here’s that betting slip:

Let’s have a look at the odds and tips for each tournament:

British Masters 2020 Odds & Tips:

  1. Lee Westwood: 9/1
  2. Thomas Detry: 14/1
  3. Marcus Kinhult: 28/1
  4. Eddie Pepperell: 28/1
  5. Jordan Smith: 28/1
  6. Ryan Fox: 30/1
  7. Ross Fisher: 30/1
  8. Mikko Korhonen: 35/1
  9. Andy Sullivan: 35/1
  10. Alexander Bjork: 40/1

Course form wise we only have the 2017 tournament to go on. This was a tough one and not enough recent performances on the European Tour for a lot of players.

I am going with just one bet which is 1/8u on Marc Warren to win & E/W. Marc last played at the Austrian Open, performed extremely well and won it. He also finished 15th here in 2017 and performed well here. I am doing a small bet on him at 45/1 odds.

3M Open 2020 Odds & Tips:

  1. Dustin Johnson: 10/1
  2. Brooks Koepka: 12/1
  3. Tony Finau: 14/1
  4. Tommy Fleetwood: 16/1
  5. Paul Casey: 25/1
  6. Matthew Wolff: 28/1
  7. Bubba Watson: 33/1
  8. Russell Henley: 33/1
  9. Harris English: 35/1

Harris English is one of those guys popping up as a popular pick by a lot of people this week. I’m not seeing it myself.

It’s a weird tournament where a lot of the guys who show up on the metrics for me for this course missed the cut last year. Then you have Brian harman who pops up but is in poor form right now.

It wouldn’t surprise me to see Wolff there or thereabouts again.

Sam Burns: 45/1. 1/4u to win & E/W. Sam is on a good run at the moment with some solid performances. 7th place here last year so he has proven he can perform here. Driving isn’t a big factor here I feel but either way he still has the distance which should factor in here.

1/8u on Henrik Norlander at 50/1 to win & E/W. He’s been one of the more consistent golfers following the break and I think is a solid fit for this course. With it not being top heavy it’s a nice opportunity for guys like this.

Charley Hoffman: 80/1. 1/8u to win & E/W. Speculative enough pick but he shows up enough in the metrics here to where he may be a contender. He’s a streaky player and he had that 7th place last time out so hopefully he is just warming up. Did miss the cut here last year however the odds are decent enough. Driving wasn’t a big factor here last year but this sort of course generally suits his driving. This is a razor thin one though.


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