Johnnie Walker Classic Betting

First played in 1990, the PGA European Tour Johnnie Walker Classic attracts top-ranking golfers from all over the world. In line with the Johnnie Walker slogan “Keep walking”, the event moves to a different location in the Asia Pacific region each year. So far, the Johnnie Walker Classic has been played in seven countries – Hong Kong, Thailand, China, Singapore, Australia, Philippines and Taiwan – and at 12 different golf clubs. In 2008, the tournament was, for the first time, hosted in India at the DLF Golf & Country Club near New Delhi.

The Johnnie Walker Classic returned to Perth, Australia and was played at the Vines Resort & Country Club. The tournament saw history being made as 18 year old Danny Lee from New Zealand became the youngest Johnnie Walker Classic winner since Tiger Woods, Ernie Els, Greg Norman and other top players. before him.

Lee is also the second player from New Zealand to win the Johnnie Walker Classic as Mark Brown also won the golf tournament in 2008.

Previous Johnnie Walker Classic winners include the likes of Tiger Woods, Ernie Els, Fred Couples, Ian Woosnam, Retief Goosen and Nick Faldo. In total, previous winners have clocked up an impressive total of 172 European Tour wins and 28 Major Championship wins. Ernie Els stands out as the golfer who has broken the most Johnnie Walker Classic records, making him another favourite in Johnnie Walker Classic odds.

In the 2007 Johnnie Walker Classic, South African Anton Haig took the title in Phuket, Thailand, at the young age of 20.

The Johnnie Walker Classic made history in 2005 when it became the first golf tournament to be sanctioned by the European, Asian, and Australasian Tours, making it truly an international golf tournament. With prize money of £1.25 million (US$2.5 million), crowds of up to 60,000 golfing fans, and live television coverage throughout the world, the Johnnie Walker Classic has become a highlight on the world golfing calendar.

Unsurprisingly, Johnnie Walker Classic golf betting is a favourite for punters across the globe. Before picking your favourites for the 2010 tournament, check Johnnie Walker Classic odds and our Johnnie Walker Classic betting guidelines.