Introduction to the Joburg Open
The DP World Tour’s Joburg Open is set to unfold at the renowned Houghton Golf Club in Johannesburg, South Africa. As the first of four African events on the DP World Tour’s 2023 schedule, the Joburg Open serves as a crucial stop before the tour’s mid-January hiatus. The tournament has attracted top golf talents, including 2011 Masters champion Charl Schwartzel, adding prestige to this week’s competition.
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Joburg Open: November 23-26, Houghton Golf Club, Johannesburg, South Africa
Tournament Field: Key Players to Watch
The 2023 Joburg Open will feature a 156-player field, including golfers from both the DP World Tour and the Sunshine Tour. The field is headlined by players like Dean Burmester, Thriston Lawrence, Aaron Cockerill, and Christiaan Bezuidenhout. Other notable participants include Adri Arnaus, Dylan Frittelli, Branden Grace, Charl Schwartzel, and Adrian Otaegui, making for a diverse and competitive lineup.
Betting Information and Advice
Leading the betting odds for the Joburg Open is Dean Burmester at +1200, followed by Christiaan Bezuidenhout at +1400 and Branden Grace at +1800. Defending champion Dan Bradbury is listed at 20-to-1 odds, alongside Thriston Lawrence. Bettors should consider these odds, as well as the players’ recent performances and their compatibility with the course at Houghton Golf Club.
Where Can I Watch the DP World Tour This Weekend?
The Joburg Open will be broadcast on the Golf Channel and can also be streamed on NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports app. The viewing schedule is as follows (all times ET):
- Thursday, November 23: 5-10 AM
- Friday, November 24: 5-10 AM
- Saturday, November 25: 5-9:30 AM
- Sunday, November 26: 4-9 AM
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