Czech Masters Predictions, Preview, and Odds (2023)
- Action on the European Tour takes place in the Czech Republic this weekend
- Maximilian Kieffer won the Czech Masters by one shot in 2022
The action on the European Tour continues this weekend, as the Czech Masters takes place in Prague. Albatross Golf Resort will play host to the competitive event on the European Tour, with players competing for their share of the $2 million purse.
Schedule & How To Watch
- When: Thursday, August 24, 2023- Sunday, August 27, 2023
- Where: Albatross Golf Resort, Prague, Czech Republic
- How To Watch: Golf Channel
Czech Masters Odds
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The Czech Masters has been one of the most exciting events on the European Tour since making its debut on the calendar in 2014. Overall, this event has been staged on eight occasions since its inception, with the only canceled event coming in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Players will compete across 7,468 yards in the stroke play event, with a purse of $2 million available to players.
Andrea Pavan holds the record score at the event, as he finished 22 under par when landing victory in 2018. Thomas Pieters is the only player to have won the event on more than one occasion, as he added to his 2015 success with a second victory in 2019.
Shane Lowry heads the betting for the event this weekend, as he competes on the European Tour after failing to secure a spot in the Tour Championship. The Irish player has made the cut in 15 from 18 events on the PGA Tour this season, but he has finished in the top ten on just one occasion.
Padraig Harrington could hold claims this weekend, as the Irish star finished two shots off the lead back in 2018. Antoine Rozner looks to be one of the many stars that are overpriced this weekend. The French player has won three previous events on the European Tour, and holds a solid record at the event from 12 months ago where he finished 13th.
Czech Masters Prediction
We will take a chance on a player at a big price this weekend, as Sean Crocker looks like a star that is worth following. He finished second on his debut at the Czech Masters, and never finished any worse than third in the field. He failed to make the cut 12 months ago, but he comes into this weekend if very consistent form.