Weekly Golf Preview with 32Red

See below as we run through the main golf tournaments this week, including facts, odds and picks from our own golfing professional Cliff Jackson with odds from 32Red.


  • Nine Bridges Golf Club, Jeju Island
  • First staged in 2017
  • Current champion – Brooks Koepka

OVERVIEW: The CJ Cup in South Korea has quickly become a huge favourite on the tour, and attracts some huge names from around the world.

World number Brooks Koepka is the defending champion, but it is fellow countryman Justin Thomas – who won the event in 2018 – who is favourite to take the title this time around.



  • Le National, Paris
  • First staged in 1906
  • Current champion – Alex Noren

OVERVIEW: The Open De France is the oldest tournament in continental Europe and has previously been a Rolex event, but this year has moved to October due to the extensive changes to the calendar.

The 2019 does not boast the greatest field, but defender champion Alex Noren is back and is favourite to reclaim his title.


The pro’s point of view…

Our resident golf expert is Cliff Jackson. Cliff is a leading youth coach and PGA professional at the famed Seaton Carew Links – one of the oldest courses in the world.

The CJ Cup is a terrific tournament for Asia to have and the field is truly world class.

It is hard to see past defending champion Brooks Koepka and the fact he isn’t favourite means I will be getting on him, and further down I think Jason Day at 25/1 is a really good value.

In Europe, and the Open De France does not look the greatest contest to be honest but we might see some breakthrough displays.

Erik van Royen is a player I like and I think he could do well, and I believe Jordan Smith could also put in a good display.

Cliff’s Picks…
Brooks Koepka at 9/1 with 32Red for the CJ Cup
Jason Day at 25/1 with 32Red for the CJ Cup

Erik van Royen at 14/1 with 32Red for the Open De France
Jordan Smith at 18/1 with 32Red for the Open De France

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