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Tenerife Open Predictions, Picks & Betting Odds

Written by: Dave Tindall
Updated October 14, 2022
11 min read
Tenerife Open
  • The event returns to the European Tour for the first time in 26 years
  • It’s the second leg of the three-week Canary Islands Swing
  • Host course, Golf Costa Adeje, will also host next week’s tournament

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Tenerife Open Odds

Player Odds
Antoine Rozner +1600
Garrick Higgo +2000
Matthias Schwab +2200
Joost Luiten +2500
Joachim B. Hansen +2800
Maximilian Kieffer +2800
Justin Harding +3000
Thorbjorn Olesen +3000
Kurt Kitayama +3300
Victor Dubuisson +3300
Guido Migliozzi +3300

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Tenerife Open Picks and Predictions

Garrick Higgo played superbly to win last week’s event in Gran Canaria and, with a similar test expected, he can get another ‘W’. Take him each-way at +2000 with bet365.

Scotland’s Connor Syme has made the top five in two of his last three starts. He can see off cold putter Fabrizo Zanotti in a 72-hole match at -110 with bet365.

Joachim B. Hansen loves playing in Spain and is in fine form after T7 and T9 in two of his last three ET start. Play him at +400 for a top 10 at Draftkings Sportsbook.


Garrick Higgo each-way (1/4 1-2-3-4-5) at +2000 with bet365

Connor Syme to beat Fabrizio Zanotti in a 72-hole match at -110 with bet365

Joachim B. Hansen to finish in the Top 10 at +400 with DraftKings Sportsbook

How to Watch Tenerife Open

Tenerife Open Information
What Tenerife Open
Where Golf Costa Adeje, Tenerife, Spain
When Thursday, April 29 – Sunday, May 2
How to Watch Thursday 9 am-1.30 pm ET (Golf Channel), Friday 9 am-12 pm (Golf Channel), Saturday 8.30 am-1.30 pm (Golf Channel), Sunday 8 am-12.30 am (Golf Channel). All 4 days on Sky Sports

Tenerife Open Profile

After last week’s event in Gran Canaria, The European Tour makes the hop to another Spanish resort, Tenerife, for a two-week stay.  First up is this week’s Tenerife Open and it’s followed by the Tenerife Championship, both events being hosted by Golf Costa Adeje.

European Tour observers with impressive memories may just about recall this tournament being played before: it featured on the schedule six times from 1989 to 1995 but hasn’t been seen for over a quarter of a century. Similar to Gran Canaria, this week’s course is there to serve the tourist market so measures in at a very short 6,857 yards.

It’s a par 71 and did once feature on the European Tour when laying on the 2003 Canarias Open de Espana.

The main takeaway from that event was the low scoring. All sorts of records were broken as three players contested a play-off after shooting 22-under. That’s similar, therefore, to last week when the top three finishers were Garrick Higgo (-25), Maximilian Kieffer (-22), and Jeff Winther (-21).

The picturesque setting features generous fairways and large Bermuda greens and, unusually, has five par 5s and six par 3s.

Despite that quirky configuration, the bottom line is that this is very similar to last week: a birdie-fest on a Spanish island.

Higgo Can Double Up

If it’s going to be a very similar examination paper, it could pay to keep some chips on the table and reinvest in last week’s winner Garrick Higgo. Only a few months ago, this column took a similar strategy with another South African, Christiaan Bezuidenhout, and it paid off.

The Springbok won the Alfred Dunhill Championship at Leopard Creek and, seven days later, made it back-to-back victories by landing his home South African Open.

Higgo has the class and temperament to pull off the same feat. The left-hander went into the Gran Canaria Lopesan Open on the back of a top-four in the Austrian Open so he’s one of the European Tour’s hot horses.

He’s wielding a red-hot putter (1st for Strokes Gained: Putting last week) and he’s gained over 16 strokes on the field tee-to-green over those last two events.

“It was big for me in terms of my confidence,” he said after last week’s victory. “It was the first time ever that I have had a lead, you know starting the day, because all my other wins have been from behind.”

Higgo spoke to legend and compatriot Gary Player before that final round and, at this rate, he could be the next South African to really hit the big time. And perhaps it won’t be too long before we’re shaking our heads in disbelief that he was ever +2000 to win a weakly-contested European Tour event like this.

Time to cash in then and back him each way at +2000 with bet365.

Syme Can Outscore Zanotti

With birdies and eagles the order of the day, it’s hard not to have your head turned by Connor Syme’s recent numbers.

In last month’s Kenya Open he opened with 65 and concluded with 64 to finish in third place. And in last week’s Gran Canaria Lopesan Open he fired blistering middle rounds of 61-62 to finish in the top five for the second time in three starts. He’s worth a look in the outright market at +5000 but I’ll play him in a match against Fabrizio Zanotti.

The Paraguayan is vastly experienced and in decent enough form but what stands out from his stats is how cold the putter is.

He’s losing strokes on the field in virtually every event he plays and that limited him to tied 56th in Gran Canaria last time.

It means he’s struggling to shoot low scores and that will hold him back again in a birdie-fest like this.

Bet365 makes the Syme v Zanotti match a -110 pick ‘em and I’m definitely going with the Scot to win this one.

Hansen Can Bank Another Top 10

Nothing jumps out as a great bet in the top 20 markets but I do like the +400 (Draftkings Sportsbook) about Joachim B. Hansen landing in the top 10.

The Dane has always enjoyed his trips to Spain. He won a Nordic League event there in early 2018 and reeled off top fours on that mini-Tour in two of his next three attempts.

JB played one Challenge Tour tournament in Spain that same year and finished ninth while his three European Tour starts in the country show finishes of 4-17-7.

The seventh came in the Gran Canaria Lopesan Open last time and just two starts earlier he popped up with tied ninth in the Qatar Masters.

In other words, whichever route you travel, Hansen keeps appearing in the top 10!

He’s putting well, is riding plenty of confidence after recent results and a win in November’s Joburg Open and the planets look aligned for another strong performance this week.

Take the +400 for a top 10.

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Dave Tindall is former golf editor at SkySports.com and Golf365.com and has been writing betting previews for the PGA Tour and European Tour since 1997. He has also written for a range of betting companies, including William Hill and Betfair, as well as being a regular columnist for Rotoworld, The Guardian, Sporting Life and Planet Sport. His other area of speciality is football while he's also covered cricket and tennis.

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