Memorial Tournament Golf Odds

Memorial Tournament Golf Odds

The PGA Tour stays in Dublin, Ohio, ahead of this week’s Memorial Tournament, which features the return of Tiger Woods to competitive play for the first time since February. And that means all eyes will be on Muirfield Village Golf Club starting with Thursday’s first round. Having Woods in the field is a boost to the Tour and to online sportsbooks with the Big Cat going for his sixth win at this event. Woods may be a popular choice but Bryson DeChambeau, who won the Rocket Mortgage Classic and placed among the top-8 in all four post-COVID starts, opened as the betting favorite. The top five and nine of the top-10 in the OWGR are in the field led by No. 1 Rory McIlroy and defending champ Patrick Cantlay. After last week’s win at Muirfield, Collin Morikawa moved up the odds board. Visit BookMaker.eu for a complete updated list of betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

Odds to Win Memorial Tournament at BookMaker.eu

Bryson DeChambeau +1000

Justin Thomas +1103

Patrick Cantlay +1400

Rory McIlroy +1403

Dustin Johnson +1603

Collin Morikawa +2006

Jon Rahm +2206

Viktor Hovland +2406

Webb Simpson +2609

Tiger Woods +2609

Hideki Matsuyama +2609

Brooks Koepka +2609

Xander Schauffele +3015

Rickie Fowler +4000

Daniel Berger +4000

Gary Woodland +4400

Justin Rose +5000

Abraham Ancer +5000

Jason Day +5000

Patrick Reed +6000

Tony Finau +6000

Sung Jae Im +6729

Billy Horschel +6729

Jordan Spieth +7000

Marc Leishman +7000

Joaquin Niemann +7000

Sergio Garcia +7000

Paul Casey +7000

Kevin Streelman +7000

Matt Kuchar +7678

Matthew Fitzpatrick +8000

Byeong Hun An +8000

Odds Analysis

Tiger Woods +2609

Whenever Tiger plays the event gets ratcheted up a notch, and there will be plenty of interest in him. He hasn’t played since the restart and his last Tour event was at the Genesis in February, when he finished last among players making the cut. The price is nice since Woods won the Memorial five times, and he’s not going to play a tournament unless he has a chance to win. The stacked field with players getting reps after the restart leads me to believe there are better value picks out there. But can you pass on Tiger?

Bryson DeChambeau +1000

With such an impressive restart DeChambeau is likely to be the favorite in any event he plays. Guess what? He sits atop the odds chart in this one. It’s hard to argue with the success he’s had since the reboot. He won the Rocket Mortgage Classic before taking last week off. He placed among the top-8 in each of the first four events and was top-5 in three completed tournaments prior to the shutdown. Muirfield presents a new set of challenges for DeChambeau’s game since he’s never been known to have a soft touch around the greens. A win here two years ago dispelled those concerns, though.

Rory McIlroy +1403

Without a win at the Memorial and three uncharacteristic showings since the restart, McIlroy should have plenty of motivation. His decision making admittedly played a role in his sluggish restart with a T32 at the Schwab, T41 at RBC Heritage and T11 at Travelers. I trust Rory worked on his game and thought process while taking last week off. And he’d like nothing better than to show DeChambeau why he’s ranked No. 1 in the world. McIlroy missed the cut at last year’s Memorial, but he has four top-10s in his seven other starts.

Jason Day +5000

It hasn’t been the best season for Day, who struggled following his fourth-place showing at Pebble Beach in February. So, why is he on this list you ask? Well, he showed signs of breaking out at last week’s Workday with a solid overall game and strong putting. He’ll put those to the test on the same track that yielded him a T7 last week. Results at the Memorial have been sketchy with a MC last year, but Day needs to string some positive results to climb up the rankings. Last week was a start.

Kevin Streelman +7000

Another dive down the odds board brings us to Streelman, who has tremendous potential when he finishes a tournament. He’s made the cut eight times this season with two runner-up showings among his four top-10s in those events. He’s been inconsistent, but he is riding a wave of form with a solo second at the Travelers and T7 on this layout last week. He also finished fourth at last year’s Memorial carding a 13-under.

Course: Muirfield Village Golf Club – 7,456 yards, Par 72

Course organizers and grounds crew will do their best to transform Muirfield after hosting last week. We will see changes in pin placements, the length of the rough, tee box setups and green speeds. The track will also play longer than last week extending to 7,456 yards. The hope is that no player who competed last week gets an unfair advantage. There are things that can’t be changed, though. The generous fairways are open to big hitters and bunkers surrounding a number of greens serve as a line of defense. Staying out of the sand will certainly help scores since the save rate is below Tour average. Most golfers agree that Muirfield is a second-shot layout that yields favorable scores with excellent ball striking and proper positioning off the tee.

TV Coverage: Golf Channel, CBS

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