Commercial Bank Qatar Masters 2022: Preview, betting tips & how to watch

Qatar Masters Preview

This week, the DP World Tour players are in Doha, for the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters.

Although the World Golf Championship Match Play is running alongside it, there’s a strong field assembled here at Doha Golf Club, for the last DP World Tour event before the first major of the year, The Masters.

This event has a knack for producing big name winners. Branden Grace won back-to-back years here in 2015 and 2016, with Sergio Garcia winning it the year before.

Scots have had success here too, with David Drysdale finishing 2nd after a playoff in 2020. Paul Lawrie is also a two-time winner, with Andrew Coltart winning the inaugural event in 1998. Robert MacIntyre was set to tee it up here, but a late call-up to the World Golf Championship Match Play field means he is off to the states instead.

It’s Antione Rozner who is the defending champion though, he won last year’s event with a total of eight-under par.

Let’s have a look at all the details you need to know...

Commercial Bank Qatar Masters details

Course: Doha Golf Club

Course Stats: Par 72, 7,401 yards

Date: 24-27 March 2022

Purse: $2,000,000

Defending Champion: Antione Rozner

Commercial Bank Qatar Masters betting tips  

Here’s who the bookies fancy to do well this week:

Dean Burmester 16/1

Adri Arnaus 20/1

Jordan Smith 21/1

George Coetzee 25/1

Joohyung Kim 28/1

Adrian Meronk 33/1

Justin Harding 33/1

Oliver Bekker 35/1

Marcus Armitage 35/1

Romain Langasque 35/1

The bunkered Bet 

Marcus Armitage: The Bullet, as he’s known, has been on sneakily good form recently. He’s been in the top-20 his last three events, and he’s a great guy too.

Odds available during the week of the tournament. 

All odds correct at time of publishing and are subject to change. Please always gamble responsibly.

Commercial Bank Qatar Masters: How can I watch it?

The Qatar Masters runs from Thursday to Sunday, and it will be on Sky Sports Golf. Coverage starts at 9am all four days of the tournament.

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