You do have a large number of players to pick from if you fancy betting on the Italian Open, however that does mean there are going to be some decent odds being offered right now, and one player that could be worth backing is Matthew Fitzpatrick who by the way is the 9/4 favourite.
I do rate the chances of Justin Rose to win the Italian Open this year and I am more than confident that plenty of you out there will also rate his chances of success too, he is currently the second favourite to win by the way and his odds are currently around the 6/1 mark.
You should do some shopping around if you do not fancy the chances of the first or second favourite as the odds attached to other golfers will be much higher, and one that could play a major part in this tournament is Joachim B. Hansen who is easy to back right now at 12/1.
Matt Wallace is the next golfer in the betting and there are plenty of punters that do rate his chances of have been backing him to win this tournament outright, and there is plenty of value to be had right now betting on him as most bookies are offering him at odds of 14/1.
Decent Each-Way Betting Terms
The each-way betting terms that you can secure on the Italian Open golf tournament are going to be different dependent on just which sports betting site or bookie you place such a bet at, and you will need to track down those sites and bookies offering the best each-way betting terms of course.
As for what makes a set of each-way betting terms favourable on this golf tournament, well do not bet with any bookies or betting site that is offering anything less than one quarter of the win odds and anything less than to four places too.
Pick Any of the Outsiders to Win
There are some very talented golfers taking part in the Italian Open and any of them could win and win at some much bigger odds too including the likes of Rory Sabbatini and Andrea Pavan, and there is some value to be had with the 18/1 odds I have seen being offered on both of them.
Erik Van Rooyen at 20/1 along with Bernd Wiesberger at 22/1 could be worth backing each-way and there is always the chance that Andrew Johnston and Graeme McDowell could make it into one of the placed positions too and they are both 25/1.
Take a look over the betting markets on offer at sites like Coral and William Hill if you do fancy any other golfer such as Mike Lorenzo-Vera who is sure to tempt some punters at 28/1, and do also consider Betfair if you want to back any of the other outsider to win a you will get much higher odds than a bookie will be offering you by doing just that.