Who Are The Frontrunners To Win The Betfred British Masters?

The Belfry welcomes players from around the world for the Betfred British Masters this week
12:00, 27 Jun 2023

The Betfred British Masters returns to The Belfry in Sutton Coldfield this week for four days of drama on its iconic Brabazon course.

1989 champion Sir Nick Faldo is hosting the tournament for the first time this year and he will be one of many talented stars hoping to be crowned the winner on Sunday.

Here are the current frontrunners to win the tournament via Betfred.

Justin Rose - 9/1

The 2013 US Open Champion Justin Rose is the current favourite for the Betfred British Masters title, having claimed this prize back in 2002 at Woburn. He won his first title in over four years back in February as he claimed the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Rose is the star name in the field and spectators will be hoping for him to put on a show, and after missing the cut at the recent US Open, he will be hoping so himself.

Min Woo Lee - 11/1

Australia’s Min Woo Lee has looked impressive of late and is heading to The Belfry in fine form. Lee finished fifth at the US Open at the Los Angeles Country Club earlier this month. He will be feeling confident that he can land his third European Tour title in B76.

Adrian Meronk - 12/1

Adrian Meronk became the first Polish golfer to earn membership on the DP World Tour four years ago and has already won three European Tour titles, all of which have come in the last 12 months. Meronk will be looking to rival Rose and Lee for the Betfred British Masters crown.

Jordan Smith - 16/1

Englishman Jordan Smith claimed his second European Tour title and first in five years at the Portugal Masters back in October. The 30-year-old’s form has been turbulent recently so he will need to be at his very best to triumph on the Brabazon.


Alexander Bjork - 25/1

Sweden’s Alexander Bjork has posted some respectable finishes on the European Tour in recent months but the wait for his second Tour title goes on. His only victory came back in 2018 and with the field lined up for the Betfred British Masters, his drought could continue unless he plays at his absolute best.

Victor Perez - 28/1

Victor Perez heads to the West Midlands having scooped up two DP World Tour titles in the past year with his most recent coming in the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship in January. The Frenchman missed the cut at the US Open earlier this month so he will be out with a point to prove at The Belfry.

Robert MacIntyre - 28/1

Scotsman Robert MacIntyre returns to The Belfry with a point to prove after two disappointing campaigns over the past two years. His tee-to-green game was fantastic last year and he could’ve easily finished in the top 10 had it not been for some wayward putting which saw him finish 36th. If he gets that right this time around, he is an excellent price.

Thorbjorn Oleson - 28/1

The reigning champion returns to the Brabazon hoping to become the third player in history to win the British Masters in consecutive years. The Danish star won last year’s edition in style with a sublime long-range eagle-birdie finish on the 18th. His form has been up and down lately but we all know what he can do when he’s on song, particularly on this great course.

Betfred British Masters markets*

*18+ | BeGambleAware | Odds Subject To Change

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