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Final round
scores for the
Mens Olympic
Tournament

Xander Schauffele -18
Rory Sabbatini -17

C.T. Pan -15
Won play-off for Bronze medal

Collin Morikawa -15
Mito Pereira -15
Sebastián Muñoz -15
Rory McIlroy -15
Hideki Matsuyama -15
Paul Casey -15
Joaquin Niemann -14
Cameron Smith -14
Sepp Straka -14

Final round
betting odds
for
the
Mens Olympic
Golf Tournament

Xander Schauffele 7/4
Hideki Matsuyama 11/4
Paul Casey 13/2
Rory McIlroy 10/1
Carlos Ortiz 11/1
Mito Pereira 22/1
Sebastián Muñoz 22/1
Tommy Fleetwood 33/1
Sepp Straka 33/1
Shane Lowry 33/1
Abraham Ancer 70/1
Cameron Smith 80/1
Guido Migliozzi 125/1
Joaquin Niemann 150/1
Collin Morikawa 200/1
Thomas Detry 250/1
Thomas Pieters 250/1
Corey Conners 400/1
Alex Noren 400/1
Sung Jae Im 400/1
Jhonattan Vegas 500/1
Mackenzie Hughes 500/1
Christiaan Bezuidenhout 500/1
Rory Sabbatini 750/1
Viktor Hovland 750/1
Joachim B. Hansen 1000/1
Udayan Mane 1000/1
Kalle Samooja 1000/1
Kristian Krogh Johannessen 1000/1
Yuan Yechun 2000/1

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Review & Betting Tips for the Mens Olympic Golf Tournament

 

Collin Morikawa
Collin Morikawa
TaylorMade

Viktor Hovland
Viktor Hovland
Ping

Hideki Matsuyama
Hideki Matsuyama
Srixon

Christiaan Bezuidenjout
Christiaan Bezuidenjout
Titleist

Garrick Higgo
Garrick Higgo
Titleist

Rikuya Hoshino
Rikuya Hoshino
Asian Tour

Anirban Lahiri
Anirban Lahiri
Punishar

 

The Olympic golf tournament will be held at the Kasumigaseki Country Club which is a private golf course in Saitama. Founded in 1929 and designed by Kinya FUJII and Shirou AKABOSHI, the course has since been through several redesigns firstly by Harry Colt’s partner Charles Alison who was commissioned just after the course was opened as the members were not happy with the original layout.

Alison added some very large bunkers, which instantly transformed the course and certainly pleased the members an example of this is the 180-yard, par 3, 10th hole which is played across water and was originally protected at the front by a shallow bunker. Alison transformed this to a six-foot deep bunker, which has become one of the most iconic par 3s in the whole of Japan. Alison went on to introduce several deep bunkers around the course which transformed the original layout.

The club has hosted several professional and amateur tournaments and in 1957 it hosted Japan’s first-ever Golf World Cup and has gone on to host four Japan Opens, a Japan Women’s Open, two Japan Amateurs, three Japan Women’s Amateurs, and the Asian Amateur. The 2010 Asian Amateur was won by Hideki Matsuyama, which helped him qualify for the 2011 Masters where he won the Silver Cup.

Tom and Logan Fazio were commission to renovate the East course which was a prerequisite to the club hosting the Tokyo Olympics along with allowing women to become members. The Fazio's eliminated the East’s course traditional Japanese dual green system, turning the double greens into single greens and this has resulted in large, undulating putting surfaces. The course also lost quite a number of trees during the extensive remodelling, with the course now weighing in at 7,466 from the back tees with a par of 71.




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My tips to Win:

Bouncing into this week as the Champion Golf Of The Year Collin Morikawa 7/1 – with 888Sport – will no doubt want to write even more history by adding an Olympic Gold medal to his rapidly growing list of achievements.

I think the Olympics golf tournament is so different to any other golf event as you are playing for your country and that national pride added to these guys already undoubted ability only adds to the pressure they put themselves under, but I think Viktor Hovland 12/1 – with 888Sport – representing his country will be a perfect mix this week.

After winning his first Major Championship I am sure Hideki Matsuyama 14/1 – with BetVictor – thoughts turned to Tokyo and being able to add a gold medal to go along with that green jacket. Japanese golfers are always under pressure no matter where they play with the amount of interest they attract, but I think Hideki will ride that wave this week and the bookies my have him at these odds, but I do feel he is the favourite and will be the man to beat.

Each-way tips:

The South Africans have an amazing team this week and I feel they are certainly being underestimated this week, both Christiaan Bezuidenjout 40/1 – with UniBet – and Garrick Higgo 50/1 – with UniBet – make up a great team and I can certainly see both of these pushing the favourites hard this week.

Outside tip:

Not to well know outside his home country of Japan and the second half of the Japanese team is Rikuya Hoshino 125/1 – with 10Bet – who has five wins on the Japan Tour and has won every year since 2018 with two wins already this year and also lost in a play-off last year. Rikuya just missed out on a Top 25 at this years US Open and will know this course very well and that local knowledge alone shows these could turn out to be very generous odds for punters.

Longer odds tip:

Try Anirban Lahiri 250/1 – with SportNation


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