Bermuda Championship Golf Odds - PGA Tour Betting

Bermuda Championship Golf Odds

The PGA Tour returns to Southampton this week for the second edition of the Bermuda Championship. A bump up in status means a full allotment of FedExCup points, however that wasn’t enough to attract the bigger names on Tour. With the Masters a few weeks away most of the Tour’s elite opted against the additional travel. That leaves the door open for younger players to make a statement led by Will Zalatoris, who opened as the betting favorite. Former major champions Danny Willett, Stewart Cink, Padraig Harrington and Jason Dufner are also in the field. Brendon Todd is back to defend his title and is listed as the second favorite on the odds board. Be sure to visit for a complete list of betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

Odds to Win Bermuda Championship at

Will Zalatoris +1000

Brendon Todd +1100

Harold Varner III +2500

Doc Redman +2800

Emiliano Grillo +3000

Denny McCarthy +3000

Kristoffer Ventura +3300

Rasmus Hojgaard +3300

Peter Malnati +3500

Charley Hoffman +3500

Cameron Tringale +3500

Justin Suh +4000

Adam Schenk +4000

Henrik Stenson +4000

Stewart Cink +4500

Tom Lewis +4500

Danny Willett +4500

Henrik Norlander +4500

Maverick McNealy +5000

Luke List +5000

Sepp Straka +5500

Patrick Rodgers +5500

Tyler McCumber +5500

Aaron Wise +5500

Padraig Harrington +5500

Pat Perez +6000

Rafa Cabrera Bello +6000

Russell Knox +6600

Scott Piercy +7000

Chesson Hadley +8000

Anirban Lahiri +8000

Doug Ghim +8000

Branden Grace +8000

Scott Stallings +8000

Cameron Percy +8000

Wyndham Clark +8000

Brian Stuard +8000

Odds Analysis

Rasmus Hojgaard +3300

It might be a reach to throw down on the young Dane considering recent form. But the kid can play as evidenced by his recent win at the Euro Tour’s UK Championship. During a span of four ET starts that ended with that victory, Hojgaard placed among the top-6 each time with a second, third and T6. He has a strong short game and the putter was magical during that recent heater. Port Royal is a course that suits his game which should help Hojgaard get back to the top of the leaderbaord.

Denny McCarthy +3000

One of the top players on Tour with the flat stick it’s hard to discount McCarthy in a tournament that comes down to putting. He’s played through the weekend in his last three starts with a best of T6 at the Sanderson Farms Championship. He’s been solid though not a threat. He came to Bermuda last year on a similar wave of form and produced a T15, so there is a chance he makes the leap this time around.

Henrik Norlander +4500

Form has been spotty coming in with two MCs in four starts this season. Norlander stands out, though, because of his success on a correlated course. Competing in the RSM Classic at Sea Island Resort, the Swede has two of his three career top-5 finishes. He also posted a top-10 back in January on another coastal layout. With some of his best golf played on similar lots I’ll back Norlander in a field he can compete with.

Doc Redman +2800

He’s been a little inconsistent, but when Redman is on he’s a threat to win. He opened the new season with a T3 at the Safeway Open, his second podium finish in three starts, and followed that with a top-30 at the Sanderson Farms Championship. He even played well at the Shriners, though his 5-under wasn’t good enough to make the cut. Redman has experience at Port Royal with a T35 last year and he’s been one of the best tee to green. That should keep him in contention.

Aaron Wise +5500

It’s been more of a miss than hit with Wise over the last year, which makes backing him a risky proposition even at his price. His best finish during that span was at Port Royal when he tied for third raising the possibility that positive surroundings can spike his game. He missed the cut in six of this last eight starts, but when did play all four rounds he finished among the top-20. Wise is probably better suited for an alternate market, but dropping a few bucks could be worth the investment.

Course: Port Royal Golf Course – 6,828 yards, Par 71

A short 6,828 yards at par 71, Port Royal is best known for hosting the PGA Grand Slam of Golf from 2009-2014. Prior to hosting, the track underwent a $14.5 million renovation. Given the distance we’re not going to see a lot of drivers this week. Port Royal can be tamed with pinpoint accuracy. There are eight par-4s that all play under 415 yards, so expect a lot of wedgies. There are hazards out there to offset the lack of distance. Every hole has at least one strategically placed bunker to stay clear of and several have multiple sand traps. Water is present on four holes that could alter a few tee shots. And finally, the coastal location is subject to wind gusts that will be a factor.

TV Coverage: Golf Channel

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