Qatar Masters Prediction, Preview, and Odds (2024)

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  • European Tour action is staged at Doha Golf Club this weekend
  • This event offers the field the opportunity to win a share of $2.5 million

The action on the PGA Tour steps up a gear this weekend, as the ultra-competitive Phoenix Open is staged in Arizona. This event will be competed over 7,261 yards, with the field competing for a share of $8 million at the par-71 event.

Schedule & How To Watch

  • When: Thursday, February 8, 2024- Sunday, January 11, 2024
  • Where: Doha Golf Club, Doha, Qatar
  • How To Watch: Golf Channel

Qatar Masters Odds

Rasmus Hojgaard
Zander Lombard
Yannik Paul
Thriston Lawrence
Keita Nakajima
Tom McKibbin
Antoine Rozner
Sebastian Soderberg

Event Preview

There will be exciting action on the European Tour continues this weekend, as the Qatar Masters is staged at Doha Golf Club. This event has been staged since 1998, and it was originally one of two events to be staged in the region. However, given the success of golf in the Arabian Peninsula, but it is now one of six events to be staged in the region annually.

The field will compete over 7,466 yards this weekend in the stroke play event, with the course being a par 72. A total purse of $2.5 million is available to the field this weekend. Paul Lawrie and Adam Scott hold the joint records in the Qatar Masters, after finishing 20-under when landing respective victories in 1999 and 2008.

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Rasmus Hojgaard is the leading contender in the betting this weekend, as the Dane looks to record a fifth professional win. The 22-year-old finished well at the Bahrain Championship last weekend, but he could only finish in a tie for eighth. Zander Lombard was also in impressive form last weekend, finishing eleven-under to finish two shots off the lead.

Yannik Paul could also offer value in the betting this weekend, as the German has been competitive on the European Tour already this season. The German finished two-under in a tie for 35th last weekend, but he has already excelled in the Middle East this year after finishing in a tie for fourth in the Ras Al Khaimah Championship.

Qatar Masters Prediction

There is a competitive feel to the event this weekend, but we will be taking a chance on a former winner. Antoine Rozner landed victory in this event in 2021, and he has been consistent in recent tournaments after finishing in the top 20 in each of his last two appearances.

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