Rocket Mortgage Classic Golf Odds to Win

Rocket Mortgage Classic Golf Odds to Win

The fourth tournament since the PGA Tour’s reboot sees fewer big names in the field. The first three weeks back from the COVID shutdown attracted the top players looking to refine their game after a three-month hiatus. Many of them decided this is the week to recover. Only three in the OWGR top-10 are scheduled to appear when the Rocket Mortgage Classic gets underway Thursday from the Detroit Golf Club. No. 10 Bryson DeChambeau opened as the betting favorite with No. 6 Webb Simpson and No. 7 Patrick Reed next in line on the odds board. Several players withdrew from last week’s event due to COVID-19 and we already had a casualty when Harris English tested positive. Visit BookMaker.eu for a complete updated list of betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

Odds to Win Rocket Mortgage Classic at BookMaker.eu

Bryson DeChambeau +650

Webb Simpson +1116

Patrick Reed +1516

Tyrrell Hatton +1516

Hideki Matsuyama +1817

Viktor Hovland +2052

Sung-Jae Im +2052

Rickie Fowler +2884

Tony Finau +2884

Scottie Scheffler +3346

Kevin Na +3381

J.T. Poston +3909

Doc Redman +4450

Harris English +4750

Bubba Watson +5050

Rory Sabbatini +5050

Jason Day +5050

Brandt Snedeker +5050

Brendon Todd +5450

Lucas Glover +6050

Erik Van Rooyen +6250

Christiaan Bezuidenhout +6550

Brian Harman +6550

Adam Hadwin +7220

Harold Varner III +8050

Alex Noren +8050

Kevin Kisner +8050

Maverick Mcnealy +8050

Rafa Cabrera Bello +9050

Chris Kirk +9050

Scott Stallings +9050

Sebastian Munoz +9050

Branden Grace +9050

Si Woo Kim +9050

Odds Analysis

Tyrrell Hatton +1516

There’s not much to go on since last year’s edition was the first playing. And since the field is watered down from the first post-coronavirus events, Hatton should be on the radar. Adding to his four international victories, the Englishman won on the PGA Tour for the first time claiming the Arnold Palmer Invitational in March, the last tournament before the COVID shutdown. This is Hatton’s second start since the Tour reboot and he showed no signs of rust shooting 20-under over the last 54 holes for a T3 at the RBC Heritage.

Doc Redman +4450

He finished a distant second here last year at 19-under giving him an edge over a number of players since it was the first event at Detroit Golf Club. We’ve seen his odds bounce all over the place in the four tournaments since the restart and Redman has plenty of value at his current price. He’s played the weekend in all three starts since the Tour returned with progressively better finishes. A final round 63 moved him into a share of 11th at the Travelers giving him seven consecutive rounds of 69 or lower.

Rickie Fowler +2884

Fowler played this tournament last year taking care of sponsorship obligations. He was at the top of the odds board and we wisely faded him. He finished 46th at 9-under. It’s a different story for Fowler this time around. After missing the cut at Colonial and Harbour Town, Fowler really needs something good to happen. Taking last week off allowed him to forget about the first two events and concentrate on his game, which looked good during his charity event in May. With several big name players off this week the stress level should dip. We’re either going to see Fowler bounce back or continue to fade. I’m betting on the former.

Viktor Hovland +2052

There’s no denying Hovland has what it takes to be a consistent winner on Tour. He earned his first title at the Puerto Rico Open before the shutdown and has claimed progressively better finishes in the three tournaments since the restart with a best of T11 at last week’s Travelers. In 12 rounds over those events Hovland has not gone over par in any of them with 10 rounds at 69 or lower. A final-round 64 here last year helped Hovland secure a 13th place finish.

Brandt Snedeker +5050

Post lockdown form hasn’t been spectacular with a MC at the Heritage and T41 last week. That’s probably why Snedeker can be had at this price. And it’s a good investment considering how he raved about the DGC layout after a T5 last year. Snedeker thrives on courses like this where he can show off on and around the greens. His last victory was on a similar Ross-designed, par-70 layout.

Course: Detroit Golf Club (North) – 7,334 yards, Par 72

Playing host is the Donald Ross designed Detroit Golf Club. The property consists of two courses with 17 holes of the North Course being played along with one from the South Course. That allows organizers to get additional length with the track stretched to 7,340 yards at par 72. The track has a good balance of short and long holes to test a player’s skill. However, it is a straightforward layout and the distance is about average for Tour standards. There are obstacles that the field will have to get over. Bunkers surround nearly every green and the rough is thick. And if that’s not enough, the greens have major slopes which could be damaging if the flat stick isn’t working.

TV Coverage: Golf Channel, CBS

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