European Open Prediction, Preview, and Odds (2023)
- European Open is staged at Green Eagle Golf Course for the sixth time
- Kalle Samooja was the shock winner of the European Open in 2022
Competitive action continues on the European Tour this weekend, as the European Open is staged. The hosting responsibilities fall on Green Eagles Golf Course in Germany for the sixth time this year, and it promises to be a fascinating betting event.
Schedule & How To Watch
- When: Thursday, June 1, 2023- Sunday, June 4, 2023
- Where: Green Eagle Golf Course, Winsen, Germany
- How To Watch: Golf Channel
European Open Vegas Odds
The European Tour action continues in Germany this weekend, as the European Open is staged between Thursday and Sunday. This event has been staged since 1978, with the host course being changed regularly. Since 2017, Green Eagle Golf Course has played host to the competitive event, which boasts a purse of $2 million.
A total length of 7,603 yards is covered in the event, with the course being a par 72. The stroke play event was won 12 months ago by Kalle Samoorja, while the tournament par record is held by Per-Ulrik Johansson, who finished 21-under in 1997.
Victor Perez is certainly a standout contender this weekend, despite failing to make the cut at the Dutch Open last time out. The Frenchman was in standout form at the PGA Championship early in May, as he finished in a tie for 12th. Adrian Otaegui could be a lively contender this weekend after finishing two shots off the lead at the Dutch Open.
Rasmus Hojgaard is one of the most consistent players on the European Tour, and the Norwegian holds an excellent chance this weekend. Robert MacIntyre is a player that shouldn’t be overlooked, as he knows the greens around the course well after finishing in a tie for second back in 2019.
European Open Prediction
This should be a competitive event on the European Tour this weekend. However, we could see Jordan Smith holding an excellent chance. His short game could be a potential difference-maker this weekend, and we wouldn’t be surprised to see him bounce back to form.