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Golf Betting Tips - Mauritius Win Bets

The DP World Tour heads to Mont Choisy Le Golf for the Mauritius Open, capping off a four-week series of co-sanctioned events between them and the Sunshine Tour.

Antoine Rozner claimed his third DP World Tour title with a final-round 67 in windy conditions at Mont Choisy Le Golf. He took a two-shot lead into the final round and made an incredible comeback on the front nine to secure victory by five shots.

Dec 11, 2022

This week at Mont Choisy Le Golf, the final event of a four-week run of co-sanctioned events between the Sunshine Tour and DP World Tour, fans are sure to watch as these players demonstrate why they are ranked amongst the best in the world. Last year Dane Rasmus Hojgaard took home the title after sinking a birdie putt on the first extra hole; however, he won't be participating this time around; instead we will witness several brilliant new faces like Kurt Kitayama and Kimsey Bekker in action this time around!

Bekker has achieved four top-ten finishes in his last five starts and secured a home victory at Mont Choisy Le Golf, showing that he is one of the most consistent players on the DP World Tour and looking to end 2022 on an upbeat note.

Betting Picks & Selections

Though not a tour event, the Mauritius Open still provides plenty of betting opportunities. This is especially true if you're interested in wagering on the next big player or simply wanting to see what golf technology has to offer this year. We've gathered our experts' best picks and predictions, including an overview of some of the most impressive course features present at this year's event.

Rory McIlroy

Over the past decade, Rory McIlroy has become one of the world's greatest golfers. He won four major championships and earned millions in prize money. Additionally, as an amateur player he achieved great success; being named World Amateur Golfer of the Year in 2007.

Northern Ireland golfer, 27, has achieved great success on both the European Tour and PGA Tour, winning multiple majors as well as numerous other tournaments around the world, such as 2011's US Open, 2013's PGA Championship, and 2014's British Open.

He has earned many prestigious awards such as the Arnold Palmer Award, PGA Player of the Year and Vardon Trophy. Additionally, he has won multiple European Tour events and been twice named European Golfer of the Year.

McIlroy had aspirations of becoming the greatest golfer in history, and while he is still far away from that goal, he has achieved great success. The North Down native is now one of golf's most renowned and beloved figures.

He's so popular that an Irish punter has staked EUR17,000 on him to win this weekend's Masters at Augusta National. If successful, this will make him the first person to complete the Grand Slam of golf and is expected to be the favorite in betting markets this week.

McIlroy has often been disappointed with his own performances, despite his early successes. He has stated that he does not feel as good as he once was and admits to having some doubts about the direction of his career.

But Down-man is confident he'll get back on track soon. The Down-man has been having an impressive PGA Tour season so far, even winning a tournament within the past two months.

If he maintains this level of form, he's sure to pick up more medals and earn himself a place on the Olympic team. While he will have to work harder than Tiger Woods, he believes he can bring home gold at Rio in 2020.

Padraig Harrington

Padraig Harrington has an impressive record at the Mauritius Open, posting a good score every year since 2006. In four consecutive cuts, he's never missed a cut in his career.

Harrington has recently achieved three top-10 finishes, including a win at the Travelers Championship in Connecticut and an Irish Open at Royal Portrush. At 42 years old, his odds for success at this week's tournament look good; ranked seventh worldwide, Harrington could easily take home the title this week.

He boasts a strong OWGR ranking and will be able to take his game to another level from the field. Although he hasn't been among the top 50 players for five years, that could change soon enough.

The PGA Tour is based in Dubai, and Harrington is one of four Irish players scheduled to play this week - Tom McKibbin, Gary Hurley and John Murphy. Harrington hopes to put his Jekyll and Hyde performance behind him and get his DP World Tour season back on track this week.

Harrington is considered a strong candidate to lead Europe in their trophy defense at Whistling Straits next September, but any pre-Christmas announcement has been cancelled as the five-strong European Tour selection committee has yet to convene.

On Sunday, Harrington selected Sergio Garcia and Ian Poulter as his three picks for this month's Ryder Cup; unfortunately for England, Justin Rose was left off the team.

Harrington admits it was difficult to part with Rose, but is confident Team Europe will be even stronger this year. He partnered with Garcia and Poulter in both of the recent Ryder Cups, both having impressive records against the US.

Harrington not only named his captain's picks for this year's tournament, but he has also identified three 'reserve' players for 2022. Lee Westwood, Matt Fitzpatrick and Tyrrell Hatton have already secured their places on the upcoming team; they will all be joined by Austrian Bernd Wiesberger.