European Tour: Indian Open Predictions & Vegas Odds (2023)
- Indian Open returns to the European Tour schedule for the first time since 2019
- Event takes place at the DLF Golf and Country Club, New Delhi
Competitive action on the European Tour takes place this weekend, as the Indian Open returns to the schedule for the first time since 2019. Thorbjorn Olesen heads the betting to win the event at +1000.
Exciting golf action will be staged at the DLF Golf and Country Club, New Delhi, this weekend, as some of the best players on the European Tour compete in the Indian Open. This event is competed across 7,380 yards, and a prize fund of $2 million is available.
Schedule & How To Watch
- When: Thursday, February 23, 2023- Sunday, February 26, 2023
- Where: DLF Golf and Country Club, New Delhi, India
- How To Watch: Golf Channel
Indian Open Vegas Odds
It will be a welcome sight to see the Indian Open back on the European Tour calendar this weekend. The event was cancelled between 2020 and 2022 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but DLF will play host to the event this year for the fourth straight edition.
Thorbjorn Olesen is certainly the standout contender this weekend, as the Danish star was excellent in the Thailand Classic last weekend. Olesen finished four shots clear of the field to claim victory, as he shot an impressive -6 in the final round.
Yannik Paul will also be on the shortlist for many this weekend. The German made the cut for the second straight event last weekend. He finished second overall at the Thailand Classic last weekend, and his impressive short game could make him a key contender once again this weekend.
Edoardo Molinari is our second choice for the event this weekend, as he bids to become the third veteran to win the event in four editions. Molinari’s strengths with his driving, which was evident at the Welsh Open, could make him a strong value play. Previous experience is also a bonus, as he has finished in the top 20 on two of four previous visits.
Indian Open Predictions
Experience is the angle that we will be siding with this weekend, and Pablo Larrazabal could be one of the best value bets of the weekend. The Spanish start was fourth on his first start at the Indian Open, and was a strong starter on his previous visit before finishing in the top 50. It could be worth siding with the talented star this weekend.