Betting Odds to win 2018 Open Championship

Another week means another golf tournament to preview! Read below as we highlight the favorites to win the 2018 British Open!

Dustin Johnson (12-1)

The 34-year-old has been blessed with good luck in 2018, as he has a pair of wins, and ten total finishes inside of the top 10. He is the top FedExCup ranked player right now, as he is showing absolutely no signs of slowing down.

The impressive thing about Johnson has been his consistent dominance in 2018. He hasn’t struggled on any of the courses, and is just starting to find his stride. He is a strong candidate to win here, and betters would be wise to pick Dustin.

Dustin Johnson obviously likes to start fast. He feels it’s a huge advantage to be out in front of the pack early. He had this to say when he was leading the US Open after Friday:

“I like being in the lead for sure. It’s less shots you’ve got to make up. “

Rory McIlroy (16-1)

It’s hard to have any course and not label McIlroy as one of the tournament favorites. 2018 though, has not been so kind to him, as since winning the Arnold Palmer Invitational, he has failed to see much success. He is #39 in the FedExCup rankings, and has only three top-10 finishes.

Rory has not been able to win at this course over the past few years, but his chances could still be pretty good. He is among the best golfers in the world as long as he’s still out there taking but cuts. He’s a risky bet, but one you could argue as worthwhile.

Rickie Fowler (16-1)

The 29-year-old Fowler comes in with the same odds as McIlroy, and is yet to earn a win this year. Ranked #16 in the FedExCup rankings, he has twice finished second, and has seen himself in the top 10 on two other occasions. He has a few things that still need to be corrected.

In order to find success here, he will need a strong first day. His performance on the first few holes, will tell us all we need to know about what to expect from him for the rest of the tournament. Bet on him if you’d like, but there are no guarantees of a great performance from Rickie Fowler.

Justin Rose (16-1)

With two wins already under his belt this year, all is well for the 37-year old Rose. He is number four in the FedExCup rankings, and has seven finished inside of the top 10. His success this year has been consistent, and shows that he is not to be counted out,

It’s fair to say that he has as good a chance of winning it all as Johnson, labeled with the best odds, does. One of the better golfers in the world right now, Rose has been on a tear and will be looking to keep it going.

This should be a great event. There are several other guys that have pretty good odds to take down the title, such as Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and the darling from the final day at the US Open – Tommy Fleetwood. Best of luck whichever direction you go with your bets.

Full Open Championship Betting Odds

The betting odds for the Open Championship are from BetNow and as of July 17, 2018:

  • Dustin Johnson +1200
  • Justin Rose +1600
  • Rickie Fowler +1600
  • Rory McIlroy +1600
  • Jordan Spieth +2000
  • Jon Rahm +2000
  • Tommy Fleetwood +2000
  • Justin Thomas +2200
  • Brooks Koepka +2200
  • Tiger Woods +2200
  • Henrik Stenson +2800
  • Sergio Garcia +2800
  • Alex Noren +3000
  • Francesco Molinari +3300
  • Jason Day +3300
  • Patrick Reed +3500
  • Paul Casey +4000
  • Tyrrell Hatton +4000
  • Branden Grace +4000


Betting Odds for the 2018 John Deere Classic

It’s that time of year again where the PGA Tour hits Silvis, IL for the John Deere Classic. We see a decent field of golfers for the event, and are excited about the action.  Read below as we highlight the golfers with the best odds to win!

Bryson DeChambeau (+1000)

If this tournament was based on how cool a name sounded, DeChambeau would have already been declared the winner. This is the 24-year-old’s third year on the tour, and he has found tremendous success thus far.

He actually won last year’s John Deere Classic and so is declared the player with the best odds coming in to this year. He also won the Memorial Tournament recently for his second career win. He has seven top 10 finishes, and is ranked #6 in the FedExCup rankings. Big things are coming for DeChambeau, who is a worthy golfer to place a wager on.

Francesco Molinari (+1000)

It was just this year that the 35-year-old from Italy picked up his first ever PGA win. He won at Quicken Loans National a few weeks back, but outside of that tournament, he has not finished better than 16th at any other events.

Molinari hasn’t found success at John Deere in the past, and so the decision for him to be co-favorites with Bryson DeChambeau is a very interesting one. Nevertheless, he will be out there to prove doubters wrong, and prove that he has been placed with thise odds for a reason.

A bet on Molinari should be kept to a minimum, as his past track record would suggest to bet against him.

Zach Johnson (+1200)

The 42-year-old is sure getting up there in age. He hasn’t won an event since winning the Open Championship in 2015, but he has finished inside of the top five at three of the past five John Deere Classic tournaments. This is a course he knows very well, and tends to thrive on.

Johnson has only finished inside of the top ten on two occasions this year, as 2018 has not been kind to him. This is a great opportunity for him to find further success and earn his first win in three years. Zach Johnson is a HUGE fan of the John Deere Classic and has said this about the event.

“This is definitely like a fifth major to me”  – Zach Johnson

A bet on Johnson would be a wise one, given the success he has had.

Joaquin Niemann (+1600)

WELCOME TO THE SHOW! For the 19-year-old from Chile, this will be the first major he plays in. Joaquin Niemann, who finished tied for fifth at the Greenbrier Classic, helped to earn him an opportunity to play in this very event.

He has been consistently improving over the course of the year, getting closer and closer to others knowing his name. Now, he has his chance, still a teenager, to join the PGA Tour. He has played well in lesser, smaller events, not it’s his time to shine. In his very first major, he is listed as tied for the fourth best odds with Ryan Moore.

Full John Deere Classic Betting Odds

The betting odds for the John Deere Classic are as of July 10, 2018 and come from BetDSI.

  • Bryson DeChambeau +1000
  • Francesco Molinari +1000
  • Zach Johnson +1200
  • Joaquin Niemann +1600
  • Ryan Moore +1800
  • Kyle Stanley +2000
  • Steve Stricker +2000
  • Brandt Snedeker +2200
  • Chesson Hadley +3000
  • Austin Cook +4000
  • Wesley Bryan +4500
  • Andrew Landry +5000
  • David Lingmerth +5000
  • Chris Kirk +5500
  • Danny Lee +5500
  • Brian Gay +6000
  • Kevin Streelman +6000
  • Kevin Tway +6000
  • Patrick Rodgers +6000
  • Scott Piercy +6000
  • Sung Kang +6000
  • Aaron Wise +6600
  • C.T. Pan +6600
  • Johnson Wagner +6600
  • Kelly Kraft +6600
  • Andrew Putnam +7000
  • Chez Reavie +7000
  • Nick Hardy +7000
  • Nick Watney +7000
  • Ryan Blaum +7000
  • Si Woo Kim +7000

PGA Tour: Betting Odds to win 2018 Greenbrier

With the 2018 Greenbrier Classic right around the corner, it’s time to look at the golfers with the best odds to win. Read below as we highlight the favorites!

Bubba Watson (+2000)

39-year-old Bubba Watson has had a tremendous year, already claiming three wins. He won last week at the Traveler’s Championship, and has also earned wins at the Genesis Open and the World Golf Championships in the Dell Technologies Match Play.

As this tournament approaches, he has some fantastic odds of coming out on top. He is tied for the best odds with Tony Finau, who we will get to in a second. Watson looks to be on top of his game right now and a tough guy to out-putt. After Bubba’s third win on Tour this season at the Travelers Championship, he was quite confident in his game, and how having children has helped him become a better golfer.

“I’ve got two kids now. They’re watching me. They’re going to see. They’re going to find out about YouTube at some point. They’re going to see old videos and hear things. It’s a learning curve for me, but it’s also helping me. It’s helping me grow. I’ve been able to grow as a person and as a man.” – Bubba Watson


A bet on Watson is a bet that things will remain as they are.

Tony Finau (+2000)

Finau has yet to pick up a win this year, but has six finishes inside of the top ten. The 28-year-old is 11th in the FedExCup rankings, and has been looking really good. His only career PGA victory came in 2016, as he is now looking for number two.

The lone win he had came at the Puerto Rico Open, so he has never won one inside the US. This is a good chance for Finau though, as he has been putting extremely well recently, to finally take one home.

This is an advisable bet.

Phil Mickelson (+2200)

48-year-old Phil Mickelson is still going strong, posting six top-10 finished here in 2018. Not too many pro athletes can last into their late 40’s and possibly early 50’s, but Mickelson seems poised to.

He won at the World Golf Championships in Mexico for his only win of the year, but he is inside of the top 10, at #8 in the FedExCup rankings. He is looking good, and aside from his birthday meltdown, he has looked like a stud.

A bet on Mickelson though, means you don’t believe in the two favorites, who have great odds.

Russell Henley (+2200)

The sole reason for the 29-year-old, with one win in eight season on the tour is listed as one of the favorites, was his T5 finish here last year. He is #80 in the FedExCup rankings this year, after finishing 13th a year ago in them.

He is coming off a nice 6th place finish at the Traveler’s Championship, which was just the second time this year he has finished inside of the top 10. It is a good chance for him to prove to the world that he can compete with the best of them at Greenbrier again.

If you want an underdog, go for Henley.

Full Greenbrier Classic Betting Odds

Our Greenbrier Classic Betting Odds are as of Tuesday July 3rd, 2018 and come from BETNOW.

  • Bubba Watson +2000
  • Tony Finau +2000
  • Phil Mickelson +2200
  • Russell Henley +2200
  • Webb Simpson +2200
  • Xander Schauffele +2500
  • Brian Harman +3300
  • Charles Howell III +3300
  • J.B. Holmes +3300
  • Jimmy Walker +3300
  • Joaquin Niemann +3300
  • Brandt Snedeker +4000
  • Danny Lee +4000
  • Kevin Na +4000
  • Ryan Moore +4000
  • Andrew Putnam +5000
  • Anirban Lahiri +5000
  • Bill Haas +5000
  • Brian Gay +5000
  • David Lingmerth +5000
  • Jamie Lovemark +5000
  • Keegan Bradley +5000
  • Kevin Kisner +5000
  • Kevin Streelman +5000
  • Ollie Schniederjans +5000
  • Patrick Rodgers +5000
  • Ryan Armour +5000
  • Ryan Blaum +5000

2018 Quicken Loans National Betting Odds

With the 2018 Quicken Loans National tournament right around the corner, read below we as give you the golfers with the best odds to win!

Before you take a look at this week, review our work from last week:

Rickie Fowler (13-2)

Though he is yet to pick up a win this year, Fowler has been extremely competitive, and has been staying close in most events. He finished in second place at the Masters, and the OHL Classic. He has finished inside of the top 10 on four occasions and is ranked number 16 in the FedExCup rankings.

Fowler has never won here, but did finish in second place at Quicken Loans in 2015. This is a course he usually golfs decent on and so he will have a legitimate chance to leave as a winner. A bet on Fowler is a bet on career PGA victory number five.

Tiger Woods (12-1)

Though he has been much better this year, 42-year-old Tiger Woods remains without a win since 2013. He finished second at the Valspar Championship, and tied for fifth at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

Tiger Woods third best finish in 2015 was at Quicken Loans with an eighteenth-place finish. It’s great that Woods has been able to get back to being relatively as close to as talented as he once was. He will have a legitimate chance here, as he will get his first win of the year at some point. Tiger announced he would be attending the event this year and had kind words to say about the event.

” I enjoy the Quicken Loans nearly as much as any event” – Tiger Woods

Marc Leishman (18-1)

The 34-year-old Australian golfer has won three PGA events in his career, two of which happened to come in 2017. We have seen a pair of second-place finished from Leishman in 2018 at Byron Nelson and the CJ Cup.

Leishman hasn’t had any success at Quicken Loans in the past, a course where he has never finished inside of the top 10. A golfer who has been relatively unknown for most of his career aside from last year, this is a good chance to prove to the world how good he is capable of being. A bet on Leishman is a big bet that the Australian can emerge victorious and defy the odds, and Tiger & Rickie.

Kyle Stanley (20-1)

The reigning champ is in the house! Kyle Stanley has only won two PGA events in his career, the latter of which was at Quicken Loans a year ago. He is currently ranked 34th in the FedExCup rankings, and has finished inside of the top ten on four occasions.

His best finish since his Quicken Loans win last year, was a second-place finish at the Memorial Tournament. He has not been able to feel the thrill of victory since then, and would love to repeat as champion. It is quite surprising that he is listed as the golfer with the fourth best odds, when he is the defending winner. A bet on Stanley, is a bet on a repeat champ.

Full Quicken Loans Betting Odds

  • Updated Quicken Loans Betting Odds are from BetNow as of Tuesday June 26, 2018:

Rickie Fowler 13-2
Tiger Woods 12-1
Marc Leishman 18-1
Kyle Stanley 20-1
Francsesco Molinari 20-1
Beau Hossler 28-1
Charles Howell III 28-1
JB Holmes 28-1
Kevin Na 33-1
Kiradech Aphibarnrat 33-1
Byeonghun AN 40-1
Jimmy Walker 40-1
Patrick Rodgers 40-1


PGA Tour: Betting Odds to win 2018 Traveler’s Championship

As the Traveler’s Championship is right around the corner, this is a perfect time to go over the candidates with the best odds. Read below as we highlight the favorites!

Brooks Koepka (+1200)

Mr. US Open! Two years in a row we have seen the young stud golfer emerge as the champion at the US Open, as he is cementing himself as one of the best in the world. The 28-year-old is currently ranked as the 13th best golfer per the FedExCup Rank.

There is hardly a question that Koepka’s career is on the up-tick and he is going places. This is just the beginning for him. He has never found success at the Traveler’s Championship, and will be hoping that this is the year. He is tied with the three golfers below for the best odds and has a good a chance as any of them.

Jordan Spieth (+1200)

Spieth did not do too well at the US Open and will be hoping for a rebound here in the Traveler’s Championship. This is actually a tournament which he won a year ago, as he finished 2017 as the number two golfer in the FedExCup rankings,

Spieth is unsurprisingly tied for the best odds in the tournament not only because he won it a year ago, but because he is among the best in the world. 2018 hasn’t been too kind to him yet, but this is a great chance for a bounce back. He has what it takes and a strong run here could really jumpstart him. Spieth was asked about the Travelers Championship and had this to say:

” Every tournament I go to, I’m kind of learning a little bit mentally and on the course. “

Justin Thomas (+1200)

What a start to 2018 it has been for Justin Thomas, showing to be one of the best this year. Having already won two PGA events in 2018, he ranked as the number two golfer according to the FedExCup rankings right now. His earnings are twice of that of Spieth this year.

All eight of his career wins have come in the past three years and he has been quite the formidable force. He finished third at this event in 2016 before struggling at it a but in 2018. This is a great chance for him to show he is still on top of his game and unbeatable.

Rory McIlroy (+1200)

This is not an event where McIlroy has found much success this year. Aside from his win at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, he has had a very underwhelming 2018. He has earned no other wins, and no other finishes inside of the top four.

This is a very important tournament for McIlroy to show that he can bring it. The native of Northern Ireland may be tied for the best odds, but anything is possible. He needs to get back to playing his A-game, something that has been absent for a while now. If you’re not a big Rory fan, you are best off placing your wagers elsewhere.

Full Travelers Championship Odds

  • Full Travelers Championship Betting Odds are from as of June 23, 2018.

2018 PGA Golf Betting Odds to Win the US Open

The 2018 US Open is approaching quickly! Read below as we list the odds for some of the best competitors to win the tournament that will be held from June 14-17 this year.

Dustin Johnson (+900)

The 33-year-old from South Carolina has been playing the best golf of his career over the past 24 months. He has finished in the top 10 on 5 occasions in 2018 after winning a career-best four tournaments a year ago.

He is entering off of a win at the Sentry Tournament of Champions. Ranked as the #7 FedEx Cup player in the world right now, all is looking up/

Betting on Dustin Johnson would be a good way to go.

Rory McIlroy (+1100)

The 29-year-old from Northern Ireland is coming off a victory at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, one which gave him his first of 2018. He is currently ranked as the #29 player in the FedExCup but has a good chance to stay hot.

He had finished tied for fifth at the masters before winning at Arnold Palmer, and so he is peaking at the right time.

Coming off his only top-10 finishes of the year, and now in back-to-back fashion, it is very hard to go against Rory.

He looks for another victory. Many still remember Rory and his struggles last season, and his memorable quotes about the event.

“We have 60 yards from left line to right line,” McIlroy said. “You’ve got 156 of the best players in the world here. If we can’t hit it in that avenue, you may as well pack your bags and go home.”  Rory McIlroy

Jordan Spieth (+1400)

It is always a good bet to choose a guy with the big tournament caliber of Jordan Spieth. He is entering this one off of back-to-back third place finishes, and is starting to find his stride.

Spieth finished tied for third at the Houston Open, and took third place to himself at the Masters. He is yet to win a tournament here in 2018, and is hoping that this can be the first one for him.

Still just 24 years of age and in his prime, Spieth will welcome being the #1 favorite in this tournament.

Justin Thomas (+1400)

The 25-year-old is one of the best in the world right now. Thomas is ranked as #1 in the FedExCup Rank standings, with 1,949 points earned.

He has already won two events in 2018 and finished inside of the top-10 on six different occasions. There are few doubts that Thomas will be one of the top golfers in this tournament.

The odds are definitely in his favor with how strong he has been this year, and betters would be wise to go big on him.

Jason Day (+1400)

The 30-year-old Australian has won a pair of events in 2018 and is currently #4 in the FedExCup rankings, with 1,543 points earned.

None of Day’s best play in recent years has come at the US Open, which means there will be some pressure on him to change that narrative. He is a fantastic golfer who will need to step up at one of the biggest events of the year.

Day should not be somebody to bet big on, but somebody you can be confident in to earn a high-finish.

Full Betting Odds to Win the 2018 US Open

  • The odds in this article come from and are accurate as of June 11, 2018
  • Dustin Johnson +900
  • Rory McIlroy +1100
  • Jordan Spieth +1400
  • Justin Thomas +1400
  • Jason Day +1600
  • Justin Rose +1600
  • Tiger Woods +1600
  • Rickie Fowler +1600
  • Brooks Koepka +1800
  • Jon Rahm +2000
  • Hideki Matsuyama +2800
  • Phil Mickelson +2800
  • Henrik Stenson +3300
  • Patrick Reed +3300
  • Sergio Garcia +3300
  • Branden Grace +4000
  • Bryson DeChambeau +4000
  • Bubba Watson +4000
  • Paul Casey +4000
  • Tommy Fleetwood +4000
  • Adam Scott +5000
  • Alex Noren +5000
  • Louis Oosthuizen +5000
  • Marc Leishman +5000
  • Charl Schwartzel +6600
  • Francesco Molinari +6600
  • Matt Kuchar +6600
  • Patrick Cantlay +6600
  • Tony Finau +6600
  • Webb Simpson +6600
  • Aaron Wise +8000
  • Xander Schauffele +8000
  • Brandt Snedeker +10000
  • Brian Harman +10000
  • Charley Hoffman +10000
  • Ian Poulter +10000
  • Jason Dufner +10000
  • Jimmy Walker +10000
  • Kyle Stanley +10000
  • Peter Uihlein +10000
  • Adam Hadwin +12500
  • Cameron Smith +12500
  • Daniel Berger +12500
  • Kevin Kisner +12500
  • Kiradech Aphibarnrat +12500
  • Luke List +12500
  • Martin Kaymer +12500
  • Matthew Fitzpatrick +12500
  • Rafa Cabrera-Bello +12500
  • Shane Lowry +12500
  • Si Woo Kim +12500
  • Tyrrell Hatton +12500
  • Zach Johnson +12500
  • Brendan Steele +15000
  • Graeme McDowell +15000
  • Kevin Chappell +15000
  • Pat Perez +15000
  • Ross Fisher +15000
  • Russell Henley +15000
  • Bill Haas +17500
  • Chesson Hadley +17500
  • Chez Reavie +17500
  • Gary Woodland +17500
  • Charles Howell III +20000
  • Danny Willett +20000
  • Hao Tong Li +20000
  • Satoshi Kodaira +20000
  • Braden Thornberry +25000
  • Doug Ghim +25000
  • Lucas Glover +25000
  • Trey Mullinax +25000
  • Alexander Levy +27500
  • Matt Wallace +27500
  • Patrick Rodgers +27500
  • Roberto Castro +27500
  • Shubhankar Sharma +27500
  • Brian Gay +30000
  • Jhonattan Vegas +30000
  • Jim Furyk +25000
  • Ryan Fox +30000
  • Aaron Baddeley +40000
  • Brian Stuard +40000
  • Lanto Griffin +40000
  • Matt Jones +40000
  • Michael Hebert +40000
  • Sam Burns +40000
  • Sebastian Munoz +40000
  • Theo Humphrey +40000
  • Dylan Meyer +50000
  • Ernie Els +50000
  • Noah Goodwin +50000
  • Richy Werenski +50000
  • Scott Stallings +50000
  • Shota Akiyoshi +50000
  • Tyler Duncan +50000
  • Kenny Perry +60000
  • Stewart Hagestad +60000
  • Jacob Bergeron +75000
  • Michael Putnam +75000
  • Chun-An Yu +100000
  • Cole Miller +100000
  • David Bransdon +100000
  • Garrett Rank +100000
  • Harry Ellis +100000
  • Luis Gagne +100000
  • Ryan Lumsden +100000
  • Tim Wilkinson +100000
  • Timothy Wiseman +100000
  • Chris Naegel +125000
  • Eric Axley +125000
  • Ty Strafaci +125000
  • Calum Hill +150000
  • David Gazzolo +150000
  • Sung-Joon Park +150000
  • Wen-Chong Liang +150000
  • Will Grimmer +150000
  • Cameron Wilson +200000
  • Chris Babcock +200000
  • Franklin Huang +200000
  • Matt Parziale +200000
  • Philip Barbaree +200000
  • Rhett Rasmussen +200000
  • Sebastion Vazquez +200000
  • Sulman Raza +200000
  • Will Zalatoris +200000
  • Michael Block +250000


PGA Tour: St. Jude Fedex Classic Betting Odds and Preview

The St. Jude Classic is approaching quickly. Read below we as highlight the golfers with the best odds to emerge victorious!

Dustin Johnson (7-1)

The 33-year-old has had some great success in 2018 already, with a win, a few ties for second and SIX finishes inside of the top 10. This is also an event that Johnson won in 2012.

There have been very few golfers, if any, that have been hotter than Johnson this year. Whatever the event is, he has been finishing holes quickly, and holding his own. He is a favorite here for a reason. There was some question whether D.J. would play at this event after taking a season off last year. Tournament Director Darrell Smith was quite pleased with his decision to play.

“Any time you have a player the caliber of Dustin Johnson join the field this late in the game, it’s a positive all the way around, He’s had great success here at the FedEx St. Jude Classic, winning here in 2012, and he’s been extremely loyal to us ever since he came and played here. I know Memphis and all the fans in Memphis will be extremely excited to have Dustin back in the field.” – FedEx St. Jude Classic tournament director Darrell Smith

A bet on Johnson is a bet that his dominance in the green will continue, and culminate with a win.

Brooks Koepka (9-1)

28-year-old Brooks Koepka is now in his fifth year on the tour. He has only won two PGA events, but has finished inside of the top 3 at St. Jude twice already. This is a course he is very comfortable at.

He has finished in the top two of two events this year, but there is a lot to be desired from Koepka. The interesting thing about him, was that his second win came at the US Open, the biggest of all the events, and it shows he can step up out of the blue when he is needed.

A bet on Koepka is a bet that Dustin won’t get it done and Brooks will beat him.

Phil Mickelson (14-1)

Now 47 years of age, Phil Mickelson is still golfing with the best of them. He has finished inside of the top-10 on six occasions this year, and is definitely a favorite for a reason at St. Jude.

He has picked up one win in 2018, at the World Golf Championships, marking his first win in quite a few years. He has continued to golf at a high level despite his age, a few years older than Tiger.

A bet on Mickelson at the St. Jude Classic, is a bet that he can play well at a course that has been the place for a top-3 yearly finish from Mickelson.

Henrik Stenson (14-1)

Another long-time vet, the 43-year-old is still playing at a high level. He has finished inside of the top 10 on four occasions. His last came at the Wyndham Championship a year ago, as he is looking for his first W of this year.

Stenson has found great success at Arnold Palmer year in and year out, but St. Jude needs to become that as well for him. He will definitely have a chance to come away with a win, as he has been finishing high frequently.

A bet on Stenson is a bet that he will end his winless year-long drought and finally emerge as a victor.

Full FedEx Classic Odds

  • The full FedEx Classic Betting Odds are from SportsBetting.agas of Wednesday June 6, 2018
  • Dustin Johnson +700
  • Brooks Koepka +900
  • Phil Mickelson +1400
  • Henrik Stenson +1400
  • Charl Schwartzel +2500
  • Tony Finau +2500
  • Adam Scott +2800
  • Billy Horschel +2800
  • Byeong Hun An +2800
  • Daniel Berger +2800
  • Joaquin Niemann +3300
  • Peter Uihlein +3300
  • Charles Howell III +4000
  • Keegan Bradley +4000
  • Steve Stricker +4000
  • Luke List +4000
  • Kiradech Aphibarnrat +4000
  • Beau Hossler +5000
  • Chez Reavie +6600
  • J.B. Holmes +6600
  • Jamie Lovemark +6600
  • Kevin Chappell +6600
  • Russell Knox +6600
  • Shane Lowry +6600
  • Brandt Snedeker +8000
  • Chris Kirk +8000
  • Danny Lee +8000
  • Harris English +8000
  • Keith Mitchell +8000
  • Ollie Schniederjans +8000
  • Ryan Palmer +8000
  • Scott Piercy +8000
  • Ben Crane +8000
  • Braden Thornberry +10000
  • Brian Gay +10000
  • Kevin Tway +10000
  • Matt Jones +10000
  • Patrick Rodgers +10000
  • Andrew Putnam +12500
  • Austin Cook +12500
  • C.T. Pan +12500
  • Corey Conners +12500
  • David Lingmerth +12500
  • Grayson Murray +12500
  • J.T. Poston +12500
  • James Hahn +12500
  • Joel Dahmen +12500
  • Lucas Glover +12500
  • Nicholas Lindheim +12500
  • Shawn Stefani +12500
  • Tom Hoge +12500
  • Trey Mullinax +12500
  • Abraham Ancer +15000
  • Ben Martin +15000
  • Ben Silverman +15000
  • Bronson Burgoon +15000
  • Cameron Percy +15000
  • Daniel Summerhays +15000
  • Denny McCarthy +15000
  • Harold Varner III +15000
  • J.J. Spaun +15000
  • John Huh +15000
  • Johnson Wagner +15000
  • Lanton Griffin +15000
  • Michael Thompson +15000
  • Nate Lashley +15000
  • Padraig Harrington +15000
  • Sam Ryder +15000
  • Sam Saunders +15000
  • Seamus Power +15000
  • Tom Lovelady +15000
  • Troy Merritt +15000
  • Tyler Duncan +15000
  • Tyrone Van Aswegen +15000
  • Vaughn Taylor +15000
  • Wesley Bryan +15000
  • Brandon Harkins +20000
  • Brian Stuard +20000
  • Brice Garnett +20000
  • Chad Campbell +20000
  • Cody Gribble +20000
  • Conrad Shindler +20000
  • Ethan Tracy +20000
  • John Peterson +20000
  • Matt Every +20000
  • Michael Kim +20000
  • Patton Kizzire +20000
  • Retief Goosen +20000
  • Scott Brown +20000
  • Scottie Scheffler +20000
  • Stewart Cink +20000
  • Talor Gooch +20000
  • William McGirt +20000
  • Zac Blair +20000
  • Aaron Baddeley +25000
  • Brett Stegmaier +25000
  • Cameron Tringale +25000
  • David Hearn +25000
  • Derek Fathauer +25000
  • Dominic Bozzelli +25000
  • Eric Axley +25000
  • Fabian Gomez +25000
  • George McNeill +25000
  • Greg Chalmers +25000
  • Hunter Mahan +25000
  • Jonathan Randolph +25000
  • Kelly Kraft +25000
  • Mackenzie Hughes +25000
  • Martin Flores +25000
  • Martin Piller +25000
  • Nick Taylor +25000
  • Peter Malnati +25000
  • Richy Werenski +25000
  • Rick Lamb +25000
  • Rob Oppenheim +25000
  • Robert Garrigus +25000
  • Robert Streb +25000
  • Ryan Blaum +25000
  • Scott Stallings +25000
  • Stephan Jaeger +25000
  • Steve Marino +25000
  • Sung Kang +25000
  • Will Claxton +25000
  • Adam Schenk +30000
  • Blayne Barber +30000
  • Bob Estes +30000
  • Dawson Armstrong +30000
  • Jonathan Byrd +30000
  • Ricky Barnes +30000
  • Roberto Diaz +30000
  • Steve Wheatcroft +30000
  • Andrew Yun +50000
  • Billy Hurley III +50000
  • Brendon De Jonge +50000
  • Casey Wittenberg +50000
  • D.A. Points +50000
  • David Berganio +50000
  • Dicky Pride +50000
  • Grant Hirschman +50000
  • J.J. Henry +50000
  • Jon Curran +50000
  • K.J. Choi +50000
  • Kyle Thompson +50000
  • Matt Atkins +50000
  • Smylie Kaufman +50000
  • Tommy Gainey +50000
  • Troy Matteson +50000
  • Will MacKenzie +50000
  • Xinjun Zhang +50000
  • Zecheng Dou +50000
  • Johan Kok +100000
  • John Daly +100000

PGA Tour: 2018 Memorial Tournament Odds to Win

On the PGA Tour – the 2018 Memorial Tournament is right around the corner. Read below as we highlight some of the favorites to win it!

Justin Thomas (+1200)

The 25-year-old from Louisville, Kentucky is one of the best golfers in the world right now. The #1 FedExCup ranking also serves that statement very well.

He has already picked up two wins in 2018, at the Honda Classic and the CJ Cup. There is no doubt that Thomas is going to come out strong and play very well from the opening hole of the event. It is very hard to doubt a golfer of his talent level.

A bet on Thomas is a bet that he will pick up his third win of 2018.

Dustin Johnson (+1400)

33-year-old Dustin Johnson has had a tremendous career that has seen him win 17 PGA events. He has been showing that he is a consistent winner with his strong play over the past couple of years.

He has picked up one win thus far in 2018, and it was at the Sentry Tournament of Champions. He has finished inside of the top 10 at five different events. He is ranked #9 in the FedExCup Rankings and is looking to move up.

A bet on Johnson is a bet that the event favorite is going to win. He has great odds for the tournament and is going to come out strong.

Jason Day (+1400)

So far so good in 2018 for the 30-year-old from Australia. He has already picked up a pair of wins, and has also earned a second-place finish on top of that.

With 12 career PGA Tour victories, he has been one of the more dominant players since he joined the PGA Tour. There is no question that he the past player from Australia currently playing in the pros.

Day loves this course, and since he left Australia has spent much of his time in Ohio. A season ago, Day had a chance to chip for a tie and missed a bit. This is what he had to say about that shot.

“It was just a little bit unlucky of the lie, I think. It shouldn’t have stayed there in the first place, halfway up the hill,” Day said of the pitch. “It’s already soft underneath with a pitch mark behind. Just hit it a little bit fat with the chip, trying to make sure that I got underneath it to put a little spin on it.” – Jason Day

Day is tied with Thomas, Johnson, and Justin Rose for the best odds in the tournament. A bet on him is a bet that one of the hottest golfers in the world will stay atop his throne.

Justin Rose (+1400)

The 37-year-old’s game has aged like a fine wine, seeing him get better as he gets older. At 37 years of age, he is ranked as the second best golfer in the FedExCup rankings.

He has already picked up a pair of wins in 2018 at the World Golf Championships, as well as the Fort Worth Invitational. He has also earned three other finishes inside of the top ten. Rose finished second at this tournament back in 2015 and is looking to make some serious noise.

A bet on Justin Rose is that one of the older players in the game is going to show great poise and lead himself to a third 2018 victory.

Full Memorial Tournament Betting Odds

The full Memorial Tournament Odds are  from as of Wednesday May 30, 2018

  • Justin Thomas +1200
  • Dustin Johnson +1400
  • Jason Day +1400
  • Justin Rose +1400
  • Rory McIlroy +1400
  • Jordan Spieth +1600
  • Tiger Woods +1600
  • Rickie Fowler +2000
  • Henrik Stenson +2800
  • Bubba Watson +3300
  • Hideki Matsuyama +3300
  • Patrick Reed +3300
  • Marc Leishman +3500
  • Emiliano Grillo +4500
  • Branden Grace +4500
  • Matt Kuchar +4500
  • Phil Mickelson +4500
  • Bryson DeChambeau +4500
  • Adam Scott +5000
  • Tony Finau +5000
  • Charl Schwartzel +5000
  • Chesson Hadley +5000
  • Patrick Cantlay +6600
  • Kevin Na +6600
  • Ryan Moore +7000
  • Jason Dufner +7500
  • Louis Oosthuizen +7500
  • Aaron Wise +8000
  • Billy Horschel +8000
  • Keegan Bradley +9000
  • Kiradech Aphibarnrat +10000
  • Kevin Kisner +10000
  • Kyle Stanley +10000
  • Charles Howell III +10000
  • Xander Schauffele +10000
  • Joaquin Niemann +10000
  • Keith Mitchell +10000
  • Russell Knox +10000
  • Shane Lowry +10000
  • Zach Johnson +10000
  • Adam Hadwin +10000
  • Luke List +10000
  • Byeong-Hun An +12500
  • Jamie Lovemark +12500
  • Bill Haas +12500
  • Cameron Smith +12500
  • Charley Hoffman +12500
  • Chris Kirk +12500
  • Gary Woodland +12500
  • Kevin Chappell +12500
  • Kevin Tway +12500
  • Pat Perez +12500
  • Rory Sabbatini +12500
  • Russell Henley +12500
  • Si Woo Kim +12500
  • Beau Hossler +15000
  • Danny Lee +15000
  • Kevin Streelman +15000
  • Nick Watney +15000
  • Ollie Schniederjans +15000
  • Jason Kokrak +17500
  • Bud Cauley +17500
  • J.B. Holmes +17500
  • Satoshi Kodaira +17500
  • Shubankar Sharma +17500
  • Peter Uihlein +20000
  • Andrew Landry +20000
  • Anirban Lahiri +20000
  • Austin Cook +20000
  • Cameron Davis +20000
  • David Lingmerth +20000
  • Grayson Murray +20000
  • J J Spaun +20000
  • James Hahn +20000
  • Lucas Glover +20000
  • Martin Laird +20000
  • Daniel Summerhays +22500
  • Jhonattan Vegas +22500
  • Brian Gay +25000
  • John Huh +25000
  • Stewart Cink +25000
  • William McGirt +25000
  • Ryan Armour +27500
  • Sean O’Hair +27500
  • Ted Potter Jr. +27500
  • Abraham Ancer +30000
  • Brandon Harkins +30000
  • Brian Stuard +30000
  • Brice Garnett +30000
  • Martin Piller +30000
  • Patrick Rodgers +30000
  • Robert Streb +30000
  • Sam Burns +30000
  • Scott Brown +30000
  • Tom Hoge +30000
  • Wesley Bryan +30000
  • Yusaku Miyazato +30000
  • Jim Furyk +35000
  • Jonas Blixt +35000
  • Doc Redman +40000
  • K J Choi +40000
  • Kelly Kraft +40000
  • Patton Kizzire +40000
  • Sung Kang +40000
  • Vijay Singh +40000
  • Alex Cejka +50000
  • John Senden +50000
  • Kenny Perry +50000
  • Mackenzie Hughes +50000
  • Sang Moon Bae +50000
  • Whee Kim +50000
  • Yuta Ikeda +50000
  • Ernie Els +75000
  • Harry Ellis +100000
  • Rod Pampling +100000
  • Will Zalatoris +100000
  • Andrew Dorn +150000
  • Carl Pettersson +150000


PGA Tour: 2018 Fort Worth Invitational Betting Odds

The 2018 Fort Worth Invitational tournament is right around the corner. Read below as we highlight some of the favorites!

Jordan Spieth (+900)

Jordan Spieth, as he is many a times, comes in here as the favorite to win the tournament. To this point in 2018 though, he has not picked up a single win.

Spieth has finished inside of the top three on two occasions, at both the Masters Tournament and the Houston Open. He has started playing better of late and so if he can find some positive momentum in the early holes, it should be able to carry him through to the finish.

This is not an invitational he has seen past success at, but the odds are definitely in Spieth’s favor. A bet on Spieth, is a bet on the best player getting it done.

Jon Rahm (+1400)

The young 23-year-old Spaniard is still just getting his career started. It’s got to be a confidence booster for him to be listed as the #2. He picked up his second career win earlier this year at the CareerBuilder Challenge.

At one point, Rahm had went by Spieth in the rankings. Rahm has a ton of respect for Spieth.

“It’s hard to believe to be honest that I’m passing Jordan Spieth, that’s a three-time major champion. I mean, I only have two wins and he’s got 10-plus, right? I’ve said it many times, I never thought I was going to be at this point in my life right now.” – Jon Rahm

He has finished within the top five on three different occasions and has shown tremendous growth. Rahm is a player that many not don’t follow too closely may not have heard of just yet, but they will have pretty soon.

Rahm is currently ranked as #9 in the FedExCup rankings. A bet on him is a bet that a player younger than Spieth can pull this off.

Justin Rose (+1800)

The 37-year-old from South Africa has shown the ability to win big events, but over his long pro career, he has churned out just eight victories. He is never somebody you can consistently rely on to finish on top.

Rose has picked up one win in 2018 so far, at the World Golf Championships at HSBC. That was his best day of the year to this point as far as his play goes.

A bet on Rose is a slightly risky one, but it is that the veteran’s previous track record has no negative effect on how he will perform in this event,

Webb Simpson (+1800)

The 32-year-old North Carolina native has picked up five wins over his long pro career. One of those, however, happened to come in 2018 at The Players Championship, a tournament full of the best players in the world.

Simpson has finished within the top 10 on five different occasions in 2018 and is showing that he is consistently able to get close to the top, when he is unable to win.

Simpson is the type of golfer you go to bet on when you definitely have somebody who could make it into the top five. It is a bet that could be very worthwhile.

Full Fort Worth Invitational Betting Odds

  • The full Fort Worth Invitational Betting Odds listed below are courtesy of BETNOW as of May 23, 2018.
Jordan Spieth +900
Jon Rahm +1400
Justin Rose +1800
Webb Simpson +1800
Rickie Fowler +2000
Matt Kuchar +2500
Aaron Wise +2800
Adam Scott +2800
Jimmy Walker +2800
Brooks Koepka +2800
Patrick Cantlay +3000
Bryson DeChambeau +3300
Charl Schwartzel +3300
Jason Dufner +3300
Zach Johnson +3500
Xander Schauffele +4000
Chesson Hadley +4500
Kevin Kisner +4500
Emiliano Grillo +5000
Beau Hossler +5500
Kevin Na +5500
Adam Hadwin +6000
Louis Oosthuizen +6000
Brian Harman +6600
Chris Kirk +6600
Keith Mitchell +6600
Ryan Palmer +6600
Steve Stricker +6600
Cameron Smith +7000
Scott Piercy +7000
Brandt Snedeker +7500
Ollie Schniederjans +7500
Russell Knox +7500
Chez Reavie +8000
Martin Laird +8000
Nick Watney +8000
Peter Uihlein +8000
Russell Henley +8000
Charley Hoffman +9000
Danny Lee +9000
Rory Sabbatini +9000
Si Woo Kim +9000
Andrew Landry +10000
Grayson Murray +10000
J.J. Spaun +10000
Kevin Streelman +10000
Kevin Tway +10000
Pat Perez +10000
Austin Cook +12500
Harris English +12500
Joaquin Niemann +14000
Andrew Putnam +15000
Anirban Lahiri +15000
Bill Haas +15000
Jason Kokrak +15000
Sam Saunders +15000
Satoshi Kodaira +15000
Shubhankar Sharma +16000
Brice Garnett +17500
David Lingmerth +17500
J.T. Poston +17500
Jhonattan Vegas +17500
John Huh +17500
Maverick McNealy +17500
Patrick Rodgers +17500
Sean O’Hair +17500
Ted Potter Jr. +17500
Trey Mullinax +17500
Abraham Ancer +20000
Ben Crane +20000
C.T. Pan +20000
Jim Furyk +20000
Joel Dahmen +20000
Kelly Kraft +20000
Martin Piller +20000
Richy Werenski +20000
Sam Burns +20000
Seamus Power +20000
Ben Martin +22500
Chris Stroud +22500
Tom Hoge +22500
Tyler Duncan +22500
Vaughn Taylor +22500
William McGirt +22500
Aaron Baddeley +25000
Brian Stuard +25000
Cody Gribble +25000
Corey Conners +25000
Michael Thompson +25000
Nicholas Lindheim +25000
Patton Kizzire +25000
Robert Garrigus +25000
Ryan Blaum +25000
Sung Kang +25000
Talor Gooch +25000
Tom Lovelady +25000
Alex Cejka +30000
Ben Silverman +30000
Brandon Harkins +30000
Chad Campbell +30000
Conrad Shindler +30000
Jonathan Byrd +30000
Mackenzie Hughes +30000
Martin Flores +30000
Nick Taylor +30000
Scott Brown +30000
Stewart Cink +30000
Tyrone Van Aswegen +30000
Wesley Bryan +30000
Whee Kim +30000
Adam Schenk +35000
Robert Streb +35000
Ryan Armour +35000
Scott Stallings +35000
Derek Fathauer +40000
John Senden +40000
J.J. Henry +50000
Rod Pampling +50000
Xinjun Zhang +50000
Smylie Kaufman +75000
Tim Herron +75000
Keith Clearwater +100000

Betting Odds to win the 2018 AT+T Byron Nelson Classic

The 2018 A T & T Byron Nelson tournament is right around the corner. Read below as we highlight some of the favorites!

Before you continue checking out the odds to win the 2018 AT+T Byron Nelson Classic, do not forget about our other work on the PGA Tour:

Jordan Spieth (5-1)

The 24-year-old star is coming in after a third-place finish at the Masters. He has been playing some very solid golf, though he is without a first-place finish here in 2018.

Spieth is a Dallas native that has always admired the tournament.

“This tournament is one that I would love to win some day. At this point that’s kind of what I’m focused on here. It’s been, you know, a tournament I’ve had some of the best memories I’ve ever had, whether going to or playing in.” – Jordan Spieth on the AT+T Byron Nelson Classic

The thing to note about Spieth is that he plays his best golf when there is a lot in the line. When he playing in high stakes situations, he rises to the occasion. This is why he will be a good bet for this tournament.

A bet on Spieth is a bet on a star winning it.

Matt Kuchar (12-1)

The 39-year-old from Winter Park, Florida, is trying to show that he still has some big time golf left in his tank. He has finished inside of the top 10 in each of the past three events he has appeared in.

Kuchar, despite still being competitive, has not won any event since he did so at RBC Heritage in 2014. He is showing ability to get close, but not the ability to finish it off.

A bet on Kuchar would be a bet on a major underdog ending a 4-year title drought.

Sergio Garcia (14-1)

The 38-year-old from Castellon, Spain, has been on the tour for quite some time. He actually won this tournament back in 2016 at age 36, and so he could be considered a legitimate favorite.

It has been a long pro career for Garcia, who is showing that he is still very competent. The major thing for him will be to play well on the first day. A strong opening round for him can go quite a long way.

A bet on him is a bet that this old machine has still got it.

Hideki Matsuyama (18-1)

The 26-year-old from Ehime, Japan, is still looking for his first win in 2018 after 3 titles a year ago. He has shown the ability to play well in big events.

He has not yet finished inside of the top 3 in this event, but another year means another opportunity. He is probably the best Japanese golfer in the world right now and will try to continue to show the world that.

A bet on him is a bet on making some history.

Billy Horschel (20-1)

The 31-year-old from Grant, Florida, has 5 career tour victories, including one this year at the Zurich Classic in New Orleans. He actually won this event in 2017, and is looking to repeat.

This is a great chance for the middle-aged golfer to repeat as champion. He has shown some great competence in finishing on holes, and will be looking to continue to do.

A bet on Billy Horschel, is a bet that a reigning champion coming in as an underdog is something to overlook. A bet on him is a bet for a repeat.

Best of luck with all your bets, including bets to win the AT+T Byron Nelson Classic that takes place this weekend in hot and steamy Dallas Texas!

Full Betting Odds For The AT&T Byron Nelson Classic

Jordan Spieth 500
Matt Kuchar 1400
Sergio Garcia 1400
Hideki Matsuyama 1800
Jimmy Walker 2000
Billy Horschel 2200
Adam Scott 2200
Branden Grace 2000
Marc Leishman 2500
Beau Hossler 3300
Aaron Wise 3300
Charles Howell III 3300
Brandt Snedeker 4000
Martin Laird 4000
Scott Piercy 5000
Grayson Murray 5000
Kevin Na 5000
Ryan Palmer 5000
Graeme McDowell 5000
Peter Uihlein 5000
Rory Sabbatini 5000
Russell Knox 6600
Satoshi Kodaira 6600
Bill Haas 8000
Harris English 8000
Joaquin Niemann 6600
J.B. Holmes 8000
Maverick McNealy 8000
Keith Mitchell 8000
John Huh 10000
Johnson Wagner 10000
Sam Saunders 8000
Daniel Summerhays 10000
Seamus Power 10000
Aaron Baddeley 10000
James Hahn 8000
Patrick Rodgers 10000
Kelly Kraft 10000
Tom Lovelady 10000
Andrew Putnam 10000