Jamie Worsley will be back with his weekly preview and picks tomorrow for the Singapore Classic but we’ve taken a look at the early betting favourites in the field.

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After Pontefract’s Daniel Gavins won the Ras al Khaimah Championship, we leave the Arabian Gulf and head for the island of Singapore, for the inaugural running of the Singapore Classic.

The event is the first time the DP World Tour has visited the nation since 2014’s Championship at Laguna National, which was played on this very course.

Yet again, this field looks below par for strength with New Zealand’s Ryan Fox the top ranked player at #30 in the OWGR.


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Robert Macintyre – 14/1

Alongside Ryan Fox in the early betting is Scotland’s Bob MacIntyre.

The 26-year-old has only been out on tour twice this season, with a T20th in Abu Dhabi and T38th in Dubai.

MacIntyre won his 2nd DPWT title last season at the Italian Open and surely it’s only a matter of time before he wins his third.

Ryan Fox – 14/1

The aforementioned Fox is the joint favourite and is trending upwards after missing the cut at the Australian PGA.

Since then, he’s gone T65th in Abu Dhabi, T20th in Dubai, before playing superbly last week and finishing T11th in Ras al Khaimah. Only a 2nd round 72 prevented Fox for contending for another title.

Jordan Smith – 16/1

Englishman Jordan Smith looked in fine fettle in Dubai, finishing T20th, even after a first round 76!

The 30–year-old picked up his 2nd title at the Portugal Masters last season and regularly is around the top of the stats on the DPWT.

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Adri Arnaus – 22/1

Huge driving Spaniard, Adri Arnaus, was solid as a rock in finishing T6th at Ras al Khaimah, to finish up another impressive T13th at the Dubai Desert Classic.

The 28-year-old was another winner on tour in 2022, winning the Catalunya Championship and his length looks essential on this longish looking course.

Alexander Bjork – 25/1

Sweden’s Alexander Bjork was the unlucky runner-up to Gavins at RAK and held a three shot lead at one point in the final round.

The 32-year-old hasn’t won on tour since the 2018 China Open, so will be desperate to get over the line once again.

Adrian Otaegui – 30/1

The last of the men at the top of the betting is another Spaniard in Adrian Otaegui.

Unlike Arnaus, Otaegui tends to plot his way round a golf course using accuracy and guile.

The 30-year-old is 5/5 on tour this season, with a worst of T36th and a best performance finishing runner up in South Africa.

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