Puerto Rico Open Golf Odds - PGA Tour Betting

Puerto Rico Open Golf Odds

Held as an alternate field event alongside the WGC at The Concession, the Puerto Rico Open didn’t attract the biggest names in the golfing community. But there are FedExCup points, a nice payout to the winner and, of course, a PGA Tour title at stake. A number of past PGA Tour winners, rising young stars looking for their first Tour victory, and the top performers from the Korn Ferry Tour make up the field. Ian Poulter is the highest ranked player in the field, but Thomas Pieters emerged as the betting favorite with odds suggesting a wide-open field. Five past winners of the PRO are scheduled to tee it up with the most recent being Martin Trainor in 2019. Visit BookMaker.eu for a complete list of betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

Odds to Win Puerto Rico Open at BookMaker.eu

Thomas Pieters +1000

Matt Wallace +1200

Ian Poulter +1600

Branden Grace +1800

Emiliano Grillo +2000

Andrew Putnam +2200

Kyoung-Hoon Lee +2500

Byeong Hun An +2800

Tom Lewis +2800

Brandon Wu +3000

Greyson Sigg +3300

Patrick Rodgers +3300

Jhonattan Vegas +3500

Justin Suh +4000

Lee Hodges +4000

Ollie Schniederjans +4000

Davis Riley +4000

Lucas Glover +4500

Stephan Jaeger +5000

Taylor Pendrith +5500

Will Gordon +5500

Brandon Hagy +6000

Joseph Bramlett +6000

Roger Sloan +6000

Sam Ryder +6000

Ted Potter Jr +6000

Aaron Baddeley +6500

Kramer Hickok +6500

Padraig Harrington +6500

Tim Wilkinson +6500

Bronson Burgoon +7000

Cameron Percy +7000

Peter Uihlein +7000

Vaughn Taylor +7000

Scott Brown +7500

Anirban Lahiri +8000

Beau Hossler +8000

Joohyung Kim +8000

Josh Teater +8000

Kristoffer Ventura +8000

Odds Analysis

Will Gordon +5500

There are plenty of value picks further down the odds board in a field like this and one player who caught my eye is Gordon. The price had something to do with that, but so did a recent T21 at the Pebble Beach Pro Am, a possible sign that he’s emerging from a slump at the beginning of the new season. He collected a couple of top-10s last season, including a T3 at the Travelers, and responded well to his first rough patch as a pro by making the cut in three of his last four starts. He competed here last year posting a top-20 so he should feel comfortable with the surroundings.

Padraig Harrington +6500

I’ll admit I don’t know much about a lot of the players in the field so name recognition is a big deal. Harrington, a three time major champion, is probably the biggest name. And he’s anxious to play after a recent bout with COVID. Because of that I’ll excuse his MC at the Phoenix Open before his diagnosis and his MC at the Genesis after he was given the green light. The situation was less than ideal when he was cleared. A late night drive down the California coast didn’t give him a lot of time to prepare. Free from the shackles of the virus I expect big things from Harrington and will happily buy him at his current price.

Thomas Pieters +1000

Is it too cliché to take the favorite? I backed Viktor Hovland at identical odds last year and he won the thing, so I guess there is value in that pick. Pieters has never won on the PGA Tour but he does have four titles on the European Tour and is coming off a decent stretch of play on that circuit’s Middle East swing, including a T10 last time out at the Saudi International.

Ollie Schniederjans +4000

One of the top players on the Korn Ferry Tour, Schniederjans takes his whacks again on the PGA side. It’s been hit or miss for the guy on the KFT with five top-10s among his nine top-25s in 12 made cuts. The bad news is that he’s also missed the cut in six starts. He had a few starts on the PGA Tour grabbing a podium finish at the Bermuda Championship. He also has a pair of MCs. This field should be more to his liking which is why he’s worth a look.

Jhonattan Vegas +3500

Another player who could benefit from the watered down field is Vegas, who has struggled on Tour lately. He has one top-20 in nine starts this season finishing up his last outing with a one of his better rounds. Hopefully that solid 69 at Pebble Beach carries over to an event that’s seen Vegas get progressively better over the last four years. He captured a top-10 here last year and he’s a sleeper at his price.

Course: Grand Reserve Country Club – 7,506 yards, Par 72

It now goes by a different name, but the course is the same one that’s hosted the event since 2008. Stretched out to 7,506 yards at par 72, the Grand Reserve, formerly Coco Beach Golf and Country Club, is definitely on the long side, but it is a bit misleading. Only one par 4 hole plays over 460 yards, and a bulk of the course yardage comes in the form of two par 5s that play over 600 yards. Those are three-shot holes anyway negating any distance advantage. The first thought would be to bring out the big dogs and let it fly, but a number of obstacles stand in the way. There are water hazards and even more bunkers lining the track giving the field a chance to club down to avoid serious trouble. The forecast is calling for favorable conditions, which means the scores can plummet. However, situated along the coast, wind is always a factor.

TV Coverage: Golf Channel

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