PGA Tour Picks – Charles Schwab Challenge Matchup Odds and Picks

Charles Schwab Challenge Matchup Odds and Picks

With the buzz of the season’s second major behind them, PGA Tour members return to action in a more subdued environment this week at the invitation-only Charles Schwab Challenge, taking place at the famed Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas. Even with the absence of major winners Tiger Woods and Brooks Koepka, the field is strong and presents a number of quality matchups. Defending champion Justin Rose is at the top of the odds board at and is featured in a number of head-to-head battles. The odds for those and others are listed below.

Charles Schwab Challenge Matchup Odds at

Kevin Na -145 vs. Ryan Palmer +125

Abraham Ancer -115 vs. Si Woo Kim -105

Zach Johnson -130 vs. Joel Dahmen +110

Paul Casey -140 vs. Louis Oosthuizen +120

Byeong Hun An -130 vs. Kiradech Aphibarnrat +110

Matthew Fitzpatrick -115 vs. Scott Piercy -105

Louis Oosthuizen +115 vs. Tony Finau -135

Jordan Spieth +105 vs. Francesco Molinari -125

Jon Rahm -115 vs. Rickie Fowler -105

Justin Rose -115 vs. Jon Rahm -105

Sungjae Im -115 vs. Daniel Berger -105

Matt Jones -125 vs. Jimmy Walker +105

Rory Sabbatini +115 vs. Emiliano Grillo -135

Justin Rose -125 vs. Rickie Fowler +105

Brandt Snedeker -115 vs. Billy Horschel -105

Paul Casey -135 vs. Tony Finau +115

Bryson DeChambeau -150 vs. Kevin Kisner +130

C.T. Pan -135 vs. Kevin Tway +115

Charley Hoffman +105 vs. Russell Knox -125

Jhonattan Vegas +115 vs. Jim Furyk -135

Jordan Spieth +105 vs. Xander Schauffele -125

Xander Schauffele -120 vs. Francesco Molinari +100

Tyrrell Hatton +120 vs. Chez Reavie -140

Graeme McDowell -110 vs. Pat Perez -110

Branden Grace -110 vs. Bud Cauley -120

Corey Conners -125 vs. Danny Lee -105

Jason Dufner +125 vs. Kevin Streelman -155

J.T. Poston -135 vs. Kyoung-Hoon Lee +105

Aaron Baddeley -150 vs. Bill Haas +120

Brian Harman +120 vs. Brian Stuard -150

Cameron Champ +105 vs. Joaquin Niemann -135

Kramer Hickok -110 vs. Martin Kaymer -120

Matt Every +105 vs. Max Homa -135

Ollie Schniederjans -105 vs. Peter Uihlein -125

Scott Stallings -170 vs. Seamus Power +140

Shawn Stefani -120 vs. Talor Gooch -110

Adam Schenk -135 vs. Andrew Landry +105

Andrew Putnam -135 vs. Austin Cook +105

Beau Hossler +120 vs. Denny McCarthy -150

Doug Ghim -110 vs. Jonas Blixt -120

Martin Laird -120 vs. Michael Thompson -110

Nate Lashley +105 vs. Nick Taylor -135

Nick Watney -110 vs. Patton Kizzire -120

Anirban Lahiri -110 vs. Chris Stroud -120

Need to Know

Colonial Country Club has hosted this event since 1946, so there aren’t going to be many surprises for the field of 122 golfers. The course plays at 7,209 yards and has always been a par-70, making it average in terms of length when compared to other layouts on the PGA Tour. The Charles Schwab Challenge has gone the longest of any tournament with a cut to not have a first-time winner. That doesn’t bode well for notables Cameron Champ, Martin Kaymer and Francesco Molinari, who are all making their debuts at Colonial. The par-4 fifth has been the most difficult hole in every playing since 2005 and is part of what’s called the “Horrible Horseshoe.” Scoring has cooperated over the years with the field averaging 69.83 last year.

Charles Schwab Challenge Matchup Picks

Jordan Spieth +105 vs. Xander Schauffele

After carding three sub-70 rounds and going 11-under at the Byron Nelson, Spieth said he “was” in a slump. He took those good feelings to Bethpage last week, wielded the putter, and grabbed a T3 for his first top-10 of the season. In fact, it was the first time he placed among the top-20 in his 13 starts. And now he returns to a layout that’s been good to him with a win and two runner-up showings in six starts. This isn’t a knock on the X-man, rather a play on a golfer who is peaking after a lengthy slump.

Justin Rose -125 vs. Rickie Fowler

Things could be different this time around for Rose being the defending champion and all. There is that hanging over his head. He played here last year to meet PGA Tournament requirements and all he did was beat Brooks Koepka and the field by three-swings with four rounds of 66 or lower. His ball-striking was outrageous last year and he needs to overcome a recent bout of inconsistency, but his stats align with how to beat the course, and he tamed it in fine style last year.

Joel Dahmen +110 vs. Zach Johnson

It’s probably not a good idea to go against 12-time Tour winner and two-time champion of this event Johnson, but Dahmen is seemingly in his element and should provide a challenge. His accuracy off the tee didn’t help at Bethpage and neither did a final round 79. But Dahmen did nab a runner-up at the WFC two starts ago. This layout is shorter and the accuracy will certainly come into play like it did last year with four sub-70 rounds and a T20.

Abraham Ancer -115 vs. Si Woo Kim

I have a strong feeling that this is going to be a good week for Ancer. He is one of the most consistent players off the tee and will gain strokes on the field, since that’s what he’s been doing all year. He’s also a Texan, which should help with his track familiarity. Ancer is also coming off a good week at the PGA Championship where he grabbed a top-20. Similar to Dahmen, Ancer isn’t long off the tee, but that’s not a requirement at Colonial.

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