Nedbank Golf Challenge Prediction, Preview, and Odds (2023)
- Nedbank Golf Challenge is staged at Gary Player Country Club in South Africa
- Tommy Fleetwood landed victory in this European Tour event last year
There is exciting action on the European Tour this weekend, as some of the world’s best players are involved in the Nedbank Golf Challenge. This event has been staged since 1981, and there is a purse of $6 million available this weekend.
Schedule & How To Watch
- When: Thursday, November 9, 2023- Sunday, November 12, 2023
- Where: Gary Player Country Club, Sun City, South Africa
- How To Watch: Golf Channel
Nedbank Golf Challenge Odds
The Nedbank Golf Challenge is one of the standout events on the European Tour, as some of the world’s best take part in the event in South Africa. This event has been staged annually since 1981, and it has typically been one of the final events on the European calendar. It has been an event on the European Tour schedule since 2013.
The event will be staged at Gary Player Country Club, with the field competing over a total of 7,834 yards. The par for the event is 72, with a purse of $6 million available to players involved in the stroke play format. Ernie Els remains the tournament record scorer, as he finished 25-under when landing victory in 1999.
Tommy Fleetwood is a firm favorite at the top of the betting this weekend, as the English star chases a third straight victory in the event. Fleetwood landed a dramatic victory in the event 12 months ago, as he finished a shot clear of Australian star Ryan Fox. He will be looking to bounce back after finishing in a slightly disappointing tie for 84th at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship last month.
Max Homa could hold an excellent chance this weekend, as the American comes into the event after an excellent season this term. The 32-year-old was as competitive as ever when finishing in the top ten at the Fortinet Championship on his previous outing in the middle of September. Justin Thomas could also play a key role.
Nedbank Golf Challenge Prediction
We will be siding with a former winner of the event this weekend, as we could see hometown hero Branden Grace landing a second win. The South African has been in consistent form on the European Tour over the last 12 months, and he looks great value to better his tie for eighth last year.