The 26th edition of The Evian Championship will be held from July 23 to July 26 in 2020. It is held at the Evian Resort Golf Club in Évian-les-Bains, France. Evian Championship betting will most likely be a tougher one to bet on since the 2019 event was widely competitive.
Top 10 Results for 2019 Evian Championship
Last year’s event had a multitude of ups and downs. Some golfers had what appeared to be secure leads, and others had days that melted down right in front of them, especially on the final day of play.
For Evian Championship betting, the odds will be stacked all across the board and could likely be up for grabs if someone is not playing their best.
Jin Young Ko came out on top, shooting 15-under for the championship. She finished two strokes ahead of three golfers, Hyo-Joo Kim, Jennifer Kupcho and Shanshan Feng.
Ariya Jutanugarn was two strokes back in fifth place, while Sung-Hyun Park and Moriya Jutanugarn finished in a tie for sixth. There was another tie for eighth between Inbee Park and Megan Khang, while Carlota Ciganda rounded out the top 10 finishers.
Top 10 LPGA Golfers
This is a unique list that I like to include to compare and contrast each player for Evian Championship betting and how they stack up to the rest of the competition. These golfers have played consistently well enough to make the top 10 in the official world golf ranking list. I like to view this as a starting point for looking at the Evian Championship odds.
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However, I would also argue that some players are better than others, and I would personally change a few around. But I do believe this is as close as possible to determine the order of consistency among these ladies for the Evian Championship betting.
Below is the order of the rankings:
- Jin-Young Ko (Korea)
- Sung Hyun Park (Korea)
- Nelly Korda (USA)
- Nasa Hataoka (Japan)
- Minjee Lee (Australia)
- Jeongeun Lee6 (Korea)
- Brooke Henderson (Canada)
- Danielle Kang (USA)
- Lexi Thompson (USA)
- Ariya Jutanugarn (Thailand)
Rankings are subject to change
Top Five Picks That Could Win
Jin-Young Ko is the overall No. 1 golfer in the LPGA, as well as the defending champion of this event. She has 12 top 10 finishes and four victories for 2019.
Hyo-Joo Kim is the 13th-best golfer in the world, according to the rankings. She tied for second at this event last time. She has 12 top 10 finishes for 2019, and she won this event in 2014.
Sung Hyun Park is the overall second-best golfer in the LPGA ranking order. She tied for sixth place at the last go-round at this event. She had seven top 10 finishes for 2019 and two victories. Those victories were HSBC Women’s World Championship and Walmart NW Arkansas Championship.
Inbee Park is the overall 12th-best golfer in the LPGA rankings. She finished tied for 8th place the last time she played here. She had six top 10 finishes for 2019 and was the winner of this event in 2012.
Shanshan Feng is the overall 22nd-best golfer according to the rankings. She finished two strokes back and tied for second place last time here. She had six top 10 finishes in 2019, with one victory at the Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic.
Who Wins At The Evian Championship?
This should be another challenging competition. Last time, Hyo-Joo Kim shot +2 in the final round of play. I feel that she really missed her opportunity here, and Jin Young Ko was able to take full advantage. I think Kim will be motivated to really take back what she should have won.
Jennifer Kupcho finished off the fourth round with a -5 for that day, tying for second place. If she had had a stronger first couple of rounds, she probably could have taken the event.
The top six on the leaderboard for the last time at this event really make Evian Championship betting odds a difficult task at hand. At no point was the decision to pick a champion easy, since all of the ladies I said beforehand have remarkable talent.
With all of that being said, I still think the winner of this event is going to be a repeat champion of Ko.
Ko played just a step ahead of everyone else in 2019. Being the overall No. 1 golfer, she played consistently well for her 2019 campaign. With her current 12 top 10 finishes and four total victories so far, I believe she is going to be a favorite to repeat at the 2020 Evian Championship.