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Bernd Wiesberger from Austria heads up the latest golf betting at Betway for the 2014 Portugal Masters Golf Tournament on the European Tour.

Wiesberger, is priced at 15/1 alongside joint fabourite, Shane Lowry of Ireland for success at Oceånico Victoria Golf Club.

Francesco Molinari of Italy hopes to convert his excellent Portugal Masters record into a first victory on the Algarve this week.

The Italian golfer is priced at 26/1 alongside Swede Robert Karlsson.

Tommy Fleetwood from England, who came close to winning last week’s Dunhill Links Championship at St Andrews. is on offer at golf odds of 17/1.

Richie Ramsay from Scotland, who also finished runner-up alongside Fleetwood at last week’s Dunhill Links Championship, is on offer at 29/1, alongside English golfer, Danny Willett.

Our ‘horses for courses’ golf tip for this week is Italian Francesco Molinari at 26/1.

A full list of golf betting prices is detailed below. These golf betting odds are for information purposes only and subject to change.

We recommend you double check all golf betting odds before placing any golf bets.

2014 Portugal Masters Golf Odds (Each way: 1/4, 1-5; Source: Betway; Wednesday, 8/10/14 & subject to change)

15.00 Bernd Wiesberger
15.00 Shane Lowry
17.00 Tommy Fleetwood
26.00 Francesco Molinari
26.00 Robert Karlsson
29.00 Danny Willett
29.00 Richie Ramsay
34.00 Romain Wattel
34.00 George Coetzee
34.00 Marc Warren
34.00 Nicolas Colsaerts
34.00 Peter Uihlein
41.00 Marcel Siem
41.00 Ross Fisher
41.00 Chris Wood
41.00 Eddie Pepperell
41.00 Mikko Ilonen
41.00 Pablo Larrazabal
41.00 Thongchai Jaidee
51.00 Branden Grace
51.00 Padraig Harrington
51.00 Simon Dyson
67.00 Alvaro Quiros
67.00 Alexander Levy
67.00 David Howell
67.00 Raphael Jacquelin
67.00 Robert Jan Derksen
67.00 Thorbjorn Olesen
81.00 Andy Sullivan
81.00 Chris Doak
81.00 David Lynn
81.00 Gregory Bourdy
81.00 Gregory Havret
81.00 Oliver Fisher
81.00 Oliver Wilson
81.00 Paul Lawrie
81.00 Paul Waring
81.00 Rafael Cabrera Bello
81.00 Richard Green
81.00 Robert Rock
81.00 Thomas Pieters
101.00 Emiliano Grillo
101.00 Felipe Aguilar
101.00 Matteo Manassero
101.00 Michael Hoey
101.00 Seve Benson
101.00 Thomas Aiken
101.00 Tom Lewis
101.00 Tyrrell Hatton
101.00 Hennie Otto
126.00 Alejandro Canizares
126.00 David Horsey
126.00 Fabrizio Zanotti
126.00 Graeme Storm
126.00 Kristoffer Broberg
126.00 Mark Foster
126.00 Soren Hansen
126.00 Soren Kjeldsen
126.00 Steve Webster
126.00 Gary Stal
126.00 Scott Jamieson
151.00 Darren Fichardt
151.00 James Morrison
151.00 Lee Slattery
151.00 Magnus A Carlsson
151.00 Matthew Baldwin
151.00 Maximilian Kieffer
151.00 Ricardo Santos
151.00 Richard Bland
151.00 Anthony Wall
151.00 Julien Quesne
151.00 Ricardo Gonzalez
201.00 Ricardo Gouveia
201.00 Justin Walters
201.00 Andrea Pavan
201.00 Craig Lee
201.00 Daan Huizing
201.00 Darren Clarke
201.00 JB Hansen
201.00 Jbe Kruger
201.00 Johan Carlsson
201.00 Lucas Bjerregaard
251.00 Damien McGrane
251.00 Adrien Saddier
251.00 David Drysdale
251.00 Matthew Nixon
251.00 Moritz Lampert
251.00 Morten Orum Madsen
251.00 Peter Whiteford
251.00 Ryan Evans
251.00 Shiv Kapur
251.00 Gareth Maybin
301.00 Carlos Del Moral
301.00 Eduardo De La Riva
301.00 John Hahn
301.00 John Parry
301.00 Jorge Campillo
301.00 Kevin Phelan
301.00 Mikael Lundberg
301.00 Nacho Elvira
301.00 Paul McGinley
301.00 Pedro Figueiredo
301.00 Peter Lawrie
301.00 Roope Kakko
301.00 Sihwan Kim
301.00 Simon Khan
301.00 Simon Thornton
301.00 Simon Wakefield
301.00 Stuart Manley
301.00 Victor Riu
301.00 Adrian Otaegui
401.00 Jamie McLeary
401.00 Jeev Milkha Singh
401.00 Marco Crespi
501.00 Goncalo Pinto
501.00 Joao Carlota
501.00 Daniel Brooks
501.00 Francois Calmels
501.00 Jin Jeong
501.00 Jose Maria Olazabal
501.00 Niclas Fasth
501.00 Thomas Levet
501.00 Tiago Cruz
1001.00 Tomas Silva
1001.00 Chen Xiao Duan
1001.00 Hugo Santos

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Graham J Gordon, The Editor and Owner, GolfblogspotUK

The GolfblogspotUK website is owned and run by former Walker Cup player and European Tour card holder, Graham J Gordon, from Scotland, the Home of Golf. The owner is a golf fanatic who had to retire early from competitive tour play due to a back injury that required surgery. Graham wishes to share his knowledge and own experiences of the game with the GolfblogspotUK community and to receive your feedback on all aspects of the sport. Graham has been playing the game for over 20 years and received a great deal of pleasure from the sport. He has met several friends and visited many different places around the world, thanks to playing the great game of golf. Time to put a little back into the game to help others.

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