Corales Puntacana Resort and Club Championship Golf Odds - PGA Tour Betting

Corales Puntacana Championship Golf Odds

Just like the Jefferson’s, this week’s stop on the PGA Tour is moving on up. For the first time the Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship will offer a full allotment of FedExCup points to the winner and will play as a stand-alone event. Coming just a few days after the completion of the U.S. Open most of the bigger names on Tour are taking the week off or avoiding travel to the Dominican Republic altogether, which means valuable points are up for grabs. Will Zalatoris, who leads the Korn Ferry Tour’s points list and just made the cut at the U.S. Open, hit the board as the betting favorite. Graeme McDowell is back to defend his title that he won by one swing over Mackenzie Hughes. Hughes is the second favorite with McDowell further down the odds board. Visit for a complete updated list of betting odds when you’re ready to make a wager.

Odds to Win Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship at

Will Zalatoris +1200

Mackenzie Hughes +1400

Corey Conners +1600

Sam Burns +2000

Emiliano Grillo +2500

Henrik Stenson +2500

Adam Long +2500

Charles Howell III +2500

Thomas Detry +3300

Denny McCarthy +3500

Henrik Norlander +4000

Kristoffer Ventura +4000

Matthias Schwab +4000

Pat Perez +4000

Sepp Straka +4000

Xinjun Zhang +4000

Charley Hoffman +4000

Branden Grace +4000

Brian Stuard +4000

Adam Schenk +4000

Luke List +4500

Patrick Rodgers +5000

Kyle Stanley +5000

Graeme McDowell +5000

Jhonattan Vegas +6000

Matt Jones +6000

Brice Garnett +6000

Keith Mitchell +6600

Will Gordon +6600

James Hahn +7000

Doug Ghim +7000

Chris Kirk +7000

Bo Hoag +7000

Beau Hossler +8000

Chris Baker +8000

Kurt Kitayama +8000

Seamus Power +8000

Odds Analysis

Sam Burns +2000

The stats line up well for Burns at Corales. He can hit the ball a long way off the tee and his putting has been top-notch most of the year. He experienced the layout last year grabbing a share of 12th that should have been higher if not for a second-round 74. He finished that event 14-under in the other three rounds. He’s been a steady performer for the past three months and took a T7 on another resort course at Silverado a few weeks ago.

Mackenzie Hughes +1400

Putting together a nice run with three top-10s among five top-15 showings since the restart, I’ll give Hughes a pass for his MC at Winged Foot since that layout swallows a lot of good golfers. He had a few extra days to gather his thoughts and get prepared for a less stressful tournament and a course that treated him well in 2019. Hughes carded a pair of 66s on his way to a runner-up finish just one shot behind McDowell. I can totally see the Canadian making a charge to the top of the leaderboard this week.

Will Zalatoris +1200

I find myself staying around the top of the odds list with these picks. I guess there’s a reason why they are up there. I do have concerns backing Zalatoris, who surprised many by finishing T6 at Winged Foot. He went from being a strong value play to tournament favorite overnight. With that comes increased expectations and added pressure. He hadn’t missed a cut on the Korn Ferry Tour in 16 starts posting a win and 10 top-10s, a good sign that the kid can play. And a T6 last week! As much as I want to throw down on him there are better value picks in the field.

Pat Perez +4000

Okay, let’s reach further down the odds list now that we’ve covered some of the faves. Perez doesn’t really stand out unless you do a little digging to find his most successful events have come on paspalum turf. Two of his three career wins have come on paspalum and guess what? Corales has paspalum greens. ‘It’s not even the course that suits my eye, it’s the greens,’ Perez said about that particular grass type. He’s also coming off a top-10 at Silverado so maybe the resort layouts tickle his fancy, too.

Matt Jones +6000

With there being a good chance the winner will be decided with a strong approach and soft touch on and around the greens, Jones stands out in those areas. His stock might have tumbled a bit after going 10-over and missing the cut at Winged Foot, but this is a completely different course that plays to his strengths. He finished among the top-20 here last year and owns a career 69.75 scoring average in eight rounds.

Course: Puntacana Resort Club – 7,666 yards, Par 72

Those who competed last week at Winged Foot will have a different experience. The Corales Course is long measuring at 7,666 yards, but it is forgiving with wide fairways, rough that is more like a nuisance and slow greens. The field hit more than 70 percent of fairways in the last two Tour events here making this a second shot and short game sprint all but eliminating distance off the tee. Nestled along the coast it’s a spectacular layout with breath taking views. Situated where it is winds will play a role, though early forecasts don’t call for strong gusts.

TV Coverage: Golf Channel, NBC

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