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Charles Schwab Challenge PGA Matchup Odds

Following one of the PGA Tour’s marquee events is a tough act, but the Charles Schwab Challenge has done a nice job over the years always attracting a strong field. And this year is no different with world No. 1 Scottie Scheffler the headliner and massive favorite in the outright market. Scheffler didn’t win the season’s second major last week, but he did record his 10th top 10 finish in 11 starts to solidify his spot as the sport’s best. With 10 of the world’s top 30 set to peg it up at newly renovated Colonial Country Club, we don’t always see the top players emerge on top. Positioned well down the odds board last year, Emiliano Grillo won his second PGA title besting Adam Schenk in a playoff. Grillo is next in line to try and become the first repeat champion since Ben Hogan in 1953. Visit for a complete list of matchup betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

Charles Schwab Challenge Matchup Odds

Scottie Scheffler -275 vs. Collin Morikawa +225

Jordan Spieth -110 vs. Max Homa -110

Tony Finau -135 vs. Min Woo Lee +113

Si Woo Kim -120 vs. Sungjae Im +100

Brian Harman -110 vs. Denny McCarthy -110

Christiaan Bezuidenhout -140 vs. Adam Scott +117

Harris English-129 vs. Tom Hoge +108

Billy Horschel -140 vs. Thomas Detry +117

Akshay Bhatia -105 vs. Tom Kim -115

Sepp Straka -130 vs. Taylor Moore +109

Keegan Bradley -127 vs. Keith Mitchell +106

Justin Rose -129 vs. Daniel Berger +108

Chris Kirk -110 vs. Lucas Glover -110

Aaron Rai -153 vs. Beau Hossler +127

Maverick McNealy -147 vs. Adam Schenk +122

Ben Griffin -120 vs. Davis Thompson +100

J.T. Poston -140 vs. Rickie Fowler +117

Austin Eckroat -120 vs. Mark Hubbard +100

Andrew Putnam -168 vs. Patrick Rodgers +139

Cameron Davis +122 vs. Doug Ghim -147

Robert MacIntyre -125 vs. Ryan Fox +105

Lee Hodges -140 vs. Nicolai Hojgaard +117

Eric Cole -110 vs. Emiliano Grillo -110

Brendon Todd -120 vs. Webb Simpson +100

Greyson Sigg -129 vs. Christopher Gotterup +108

Luke List +100 vs. C.T. Pan -120

Sam Stevens +100 vs. Chesson Hadley -120

Alex Smalley +108 vs. Adam Svensson -129

K.H. Lee +106 vs. S.H. Kim -127

Nate Lashley +100 vs. Justin Lower -120

Gary Woodland +120 vs. Matt Kuchar -144

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Need to Know

Colonial Country Club has hosted this event since 1946 while remaining relatively unchanged. Welp, not any longer. The property underwent a major facelift at the conclusion of last year’s tournament and won’t resemble what players had seen in the past. An additional 80 yards were tacked on and just about every part of the course was altered in some way. A number of obstacles that made Colonial one of the most difficult par-70 tracks on Tour were modified with bunkers removed, elevated greens lowered and narrow corridors widened. You can look back on a player’s history at this joint but the field is up against what is basically a new course. Last year Grillo and Schenk finished 72 holes at 8-under matching the worst winning score in over four decades.

Charles Schwab Challenge Matchup Picks

Thomas Detry +117 vs. Billy Horschel

I’ll forgive that MC at the Byron Nelson since other than that Detry has been dialed in over the last two months. He carded two rounds of 66 to earn a share of fourth last week, his second top 5 in five starts and third this season. The Belgian was runner-up at the Houston Open in March and T4 at Pebble Beach in February. He also teamed with Robert McIntyre for a T8 in New Orleans last month. Detry has benefitted from a soft touch on and around the greens and I like his price.

Adam Schenk +122 vs. Maverick McNealy

Schenk has yet to win on Tour but he came as close as you can get last year losing in a playoff. Looking to avenge that heartbreaking outcome should be enough motivation for him while his price is enough for me to back him in this matchup. I don’t need him to win outright and with five top 20s in his pocket this season he appears to be a solid pick.

Harris English-129 vs. Tom Hoge

I’ve talked about English plenty and have backed him in matchups on numerous occasions. He was at it again at the PGA Championship finishing T18 for his eighth top 25 this season with only one MC in 13 starts. In addition English has registered four top 20s at this event with a T12 last year, though those numbers don’t mean a lot due to the massive renovation at Colonial. Still, English has been solid with every stick and should have no problem adjusting.

Jordan Spieth -110 vs. Max Homa

I’ll admit I’m a Jordan Spieth fan and could be breaking the No. rule of wagering, which is don’t bet with your heart. However, it helps that the native Texan has thrived in his home state during his career and has been a dominant force at Colonial with a win in 2016 and three runner-up showings among his eight top 10s. If that’s not enough to back Spieth I’m not sure you can be convinced.

Mark Hubbard +100 vs. Austin Eckroat

It’s hypocritical and not a good strategy to back a player in the outright and go against him in a matchup. But if Eckroat doesn’t win the numbers show he’s likely to finish further off the pace.

And that’s where Hubbard enters, with perfection in 14 starts this season while avoiding a lengthy break. Strike while the iron’s hot as they say. Hubbard’s game has been solid and a decent history at Colonial where he’s 6 for 6 with a best T9 last year making him a good even money investment.

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