It’s a big one on the DP World Tour this week, as the players head to the Belfry for the Betfred British Masters.
One of the most anticipated events on the calendar, the British Masters always attracts some of the best names from Europe, and showcases one of the premier golf destinations in the UK. Last year, it was Richard Bland who took home the title, with past winners including Seve Ballesteros and Sir Nick Faldo.
This time around, it is Danny Willett’s turn to host the event, and the former Masters champion will be hoping for a strong showing at his event. In recent years, the event has travelled around England, and this is the second consecutive year it’s been held at the Belfry, just north of Birmingham.
While golf coverage up to this point in the year is dominated largely by events in the USA, expect a lot of attention to turn to the DP World Tour this week.
With that being said, let’s take a look at all the details you need to know before the golf commences...
Betfred British Masters details
Course: The Belfry, Brabazon Course
Course Stats: Par 72, 7,328 yards
Date: 5 – 8 May 2022
Defending Champion: Richard Bland
Betfred British Masters betting tips
Here's who the bookies fancy this week, with a familiar name installed as the early favourite:
Robert MacIntyre 22/1
Adri Arnaus 25/1
Adrian Meronk 25/1
Ryan Fox 28/1
Sam Horsfield 28/1
Dean Burmester 28/1
Laurie Canter 28/1
Rasmus Hojgaard 28/1
Lee Westwood 28/1
Richard Bland 30/1
The bunkered Bet:
Rasmus Hojgaard: Danish golf is very much on the up, and the Hojgaards are a big part of it. Rasmus won in both 2020 and 2021 on the DP World Tour, and his form has been steady in 2022. Expect him to turn up for the big occasion.
Odds available during the week of the tournament.
All odds correct at time of publishing and are subject to change. Please always gamble responsibly.
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Betfred British Masters: How can I watch it on TV?
The event starts on Thursday and runs through to Sunday, with coverage starting in the afternoon every day.
On Thursday and Friday, coverage begins at 1:30pm, while on the weekend it’s a 1pm start. It’s Sky Sports Golf where you can tune in all week.