With the Open Championship at Royal Birkdale having now finished, with Jordan Spieth winning a third major title, attention now shifts to the Porsche European Open in Hamburg. Many of the game’s biggest names will feature in Germany, with the likes of Patrick Reed, Jimmy Walker and Thomas Pieters among the favourites for the title, which was won by Alexander Lévy twelve months ago.
There are a whole host of players than could potentially be in with a chance come the back-nine on Sunday afternoon, with the tournament having attracted one of the best line-ups in recent years.
With such star names set to battle it out, many golf fans are set to place a bet on their favourite, as they look to beat the bookmakers once more. For those looking to do just that, there is no better platform to use than Paddy Power.
The popular Irish bookmaker have introduced a special promotion just for the tournament, paying out on the first six places on the outright market for each way bets on the European Open, at odds of 1/5. With betting on the outright winner of a golf competition somewhat like finding the needle in a haystack, such offers significantly help customers.
Paddy Power Offer: Terms and Conditions
For those looking to take advantage of this offer from Paddy Power, simply register or log in today, before placing a bet within the outright market for the upcoming European Open. The promotion applies to all bets placed on the tournament before the market turns into in-play, which will occur when the first player tees off on Thursday morning.
Winning bets will be settled after the tournament has ended, while bets placed using free bets will unfortunately not qualify for this offer. Any earnings will be received in the form of free bets by customers, which can then be used within any sports market at Paddy Power, within seven days. Those betting online, via mobile, phone or text can all utilise this brand-new offer at Paddy Power.
So, head to Paddy Power before the first player tees off at the Green Eagle Golf Course in Hamburg on Thursday, placing a bet that could potentially be extremely lucrative. Should your selection just miss out on the main prize in Germany, you can rest assured that you are likely to still win from your wager.