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September 13th With most players taking this week off, Dustin Johnson strengthened his hold on favorite position after Brooks Koepka’s withdraw, as DJ is now at average odds of +700 to win the 120th US Open September 7th Another week of dominant golf, another week atop the US Open board for Dustin Johnson. William Hill Sportsbook lists Jon Rahm as the favorite at 13-2 in its latest 2021 Waste Management Phoenix Open odds. Before you lock in any 2021 Waste Management Phoenix Open picks, you NEED to see who Sal Johnson is backing. A media legend and consummate golf insider, Johnson has a strong feel for what it takes to win at TPC Scottsdale. Shane Lowry won The Open Championship as a whopping +8,000 underdog in 2019 and will be a long shot once again in 2021 with odds of +3,300. Photo By - USA TODAY Sports The Open Championship may. Outright odds for a standard field of 156 golfers can range from as low as +500 for a favorite to long shots as high as +100000. These odds would return profits of $50 and $10,000, respectively, on $10 bets.

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Odds To Win The Us Open Golf 2020

  • Date: March 11-14, 2021
  • Venue: TPC Sawgrass
  • Location: Ponte Vedra Beach, FL
  • Defending Champion: Rory McIlroy

Odds to Win 2021 THE PLAYERS Championship

Odds To Win 2021 THE PLAYERS Championship (3/11/21)
GolferAmericanFractional
Dustin Johnson+120012/1
Bryson Dechambeau+130013/1
Rory McIlroy+130013/1
Jon Rahm+150015/1
Justin Thomas+160016/1
Collin Morikawa+200020/1
Webb Simpson+200020/1
Xander Schauffele+200020/1
Patrick Cantlay+240024/1
Viktor Hovland+240024/1
Jordan Spieth+290029/1
Tony Finau+290029/1
Tyrrell Hatton+330033/1
Hideki Matsuyama+360036/1
Tommy Fleetwood+360036/1
Scottie Scheffler+370037/1
Patrick Reed+390039/1
Daniel Berger+400040/1
Matthew Fitzpatrick+470047/1
Paul Casey+470047/1
Sung-Jae Im+470047/1
Jason Day+480048/1
Joaquin Niemann+500050/1
Cameron Smith+650065/1
Will Zalatoris+650065/1
Adam Scott+700070/1
Louis Oosthuizen+700070/1
Christiaan Bezuidenhout+800080/1
Abraham Ancer+850085/1
Lee Westwood+850085/1
Max Homa+850085/1
Sergio Garcia+850085/1
Billy Horschel+950095/1
Corey Conners+950095/1
Harris English+950095/1
Jason Kokrak+950095/1
Justin Rose+11000110/1
Lanto Griffin+11000110/1
Russell Henley+11000110/1
Francesco Molinari+13000130/1
Kevin Na+13000130/1
Sam Burns+13000130/1
Si Woo Kim+13000130/1
Branden Grace+15000150/1
Cameron Davis+15000150/1
Cameron Tringale+15000150/1
Carlos Ortiz+15000150/1
Chris Kirk+15000150/1
Doug Ghim+15000150/1
Ian Poulter+15000150/1
Keegan Bradley+15000150/1
Kevin Kisner+15000150/1
Marc Leishman+15000150/1
Matt Kuchar+15000150/1
Rickie Fowler+15000150/1
Ryan Palmer+15000150/1
Shane Lowry+15000150/1
Bubba Watson+16000160/1
Alex Noren+18000180/1
Andrew Putnam+18000180/1
Brendon Todd+18000180/1
Brian Harman+18000180/1
Byeong-Hun An+18000180/1
Sebastian Munoz+18000180/1
Talor Gooch+18000180/1
Wyndham Clark+18000180/1
Jhonattan Vegas+19000190/1
Cameron Champ+22000220/1
Charley Hoffman+22000220/1
Emiliano Grillo+22000220/1
Gary Woodland+22000220/1
Henrik Norlander+22000220/1
Kevin Streelman+22000220/1
Mackenzie Hughes+22000220/1
Maverick McNealy+22000220/1
Phil Mickelson+22000220/1
Robert MacIntyre+22000220/1
Victor Perez+22000220/1
Bernd Wiesberger+24000240/1
Brendan Steele+24000240/1
Chez Reavie+24000240/1
Harold Varner+24000240/1
Henrik Stenson+24000240/1
Luke List+24000240/1
Matt Jones+24000240/1
Matthew NeSmith+24000240/1
Richy Werenski+24000240/1
Russell Knox+24000240/1
Ryan Moore+24000240/1
Zach Johnson+24000240/1
Kyle Stanley+27000270/1
Martin Laird+27000270/1
Charles Howell+30000300/1
Danny Willett+30000300/1
Dylan Frittelli+30000300/1
J.T. Poston+30000300/1
James Hahn+30000300/1
Kyoung-Hoon Lee+30000300/1
Lucas Glover+30000300/1
Patrick Rodgers+30000300/1
Keith Mitchell+32000320/1
Aaron Wise+35000350/1
Adam Hadwin+35000350/1
Adam Long+35000350/1
Brandt Snedeker+35000350/1
C.T. Pan+35000350/1
Doc Redman+35000350/1
Joel Dahmen+35000350/1
Michael Thompson+35000350/1
Nate Lashley+35000350/1
Nick Taylor+35000350/1
Peter Malnati+35000350/1
Rory Sabbatini+35000350/1
Scott Piercy+35000350/1
Sepp Straka+35000350/1
Tom Hoge+35000350/1
Tom Lewis+35000350/1
Andrew Landry+42000420/1
Mark Hubbard+44000440/1
Adam Schenk+45000450/1
Danny Lee+45000450/1
Denny McCarthy+45000450/1
Graeme McDowell+45000450/1
Hudson Swafford+45000450/1
Pat Perez+45000450/1
Sam Ryder+45000450/1
Scott Stallings+45000450/1
Stewart Cink+45000450/1
Vaughn Taylor+45000450/1
Anirban Lahiri+50000500/1
Harry Higgs+50000500/1
Jason Dufner+50000500/1
Scott Brown+50000500/1
Austin Cook+65000650/1
Beau Hossler+65000650/1
Bo Hoag+65000650/1
Brian Gay+65000650/1
Brian Stuard+65000650/1
Brice Garnett+65000650/1
Robby Shelton+65000650/1
Robert Streb+65000650/1
Ryan Armour+65000650/1
Sung-Hoon Kang+65000650/1
Troy Merritt+65000650/1
Tyler Duncan+65000650/1
Tyler McCumber+65000650/1
XinJun Zhang+65000650/1
Jim Herman+90000900/1
Jerry Kelly+1000001000/1
Jimmy Walker+1000001000/1
Scott Harrington+1000001000/1

Updated Mon, Mar. 8, 12:15 PM ET - Odds Provided by FanDuel - Subject to Change

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How To Read the Golf Futures Odds Market

The 'Odds to Win' wager in golf is very simple to understand. Put simply, you just need to select the golfer that will capture the victory. Select any of the golfers in the tournament and your payout for the bet will depend on the odds given at the time of the wager. Plus, you can bet online with legal US sportsbooks up until the event begins. There may even be some in-game wagers.

To figure out your Win Amount, take the odds and multiply by the amount wagered. Ex. Jason Day (10/1) - Jason Day is listed as a 10/1 betting choice. If you wager $100 on Day to win the event and he comes in first, then you would win $1,000 (5 ÷ 2 x 100). You would collect $1,100, which includes your win and stake ($100).

What does the FIELD mean? Many golf tournaments will include a betting selection called the Field. This bet consists of all golfers not listed in the 'Odds to Win.' Most races have a set number of golfers but it’s rare to see oddsmakers put a price on every golfer that will tee off. Golfers that are given the least opportunity to win the tournament will be grouped into the 'Field' odds and paid out accordingly if they win.

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