Steyn City Championship 2022: Preview, betting tips & how to watch

Steyn City

This week the DP World Tour continues its African Swing with another new event, the Steyn City Championship.

It is the second consecutive new tournament on the circuit, following the MyGolfLife Open hosted by Pecanwood.

It’s the inaugural edition, and as you would expect there will be a strong contingent of African players in the field, especially as it is co-sanctioned with the Sunshine Tour.

Here’s everything you need to know about the tournament...

Steyn City Championship details

Course: The Club at Steyn City, Johannesburg, South Africa

Course details: Par 72, 7716 yards

Date: March 17-20 2022

Purse: $1,500,000

Steyn City Championship betting tips

Dean Burmester 14/1

Jordan Smith 16/1

Adri Arnaus 16/1

Pablo Larrazabal 22/1

Justin Harding 25/1

George Coetzee 25/1

Marcus Armitage 28/1

Oliver Bekker 28/1

Mathieu Pavon 30/1

Julien Brun 35/1

Odds available during the week of the tournament.

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

The bunkered Bet

Jordan Smith: He's been steadily improving throughout the season. After losing out in a playoff to Pablo Larrazabal last week, he'll be hungry to get over the line this time round.

Steyn City Championship: How can I watch?

In the UK, Sky Sports Golf will have live coverage beginning at 10.30am each day.

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