The Northern Trust Golf Odds - PGA Tour Betting

The Northern Trust Odds to Win

The FedExCup Playoffs get underway this week with the PGA Tour headed to Massachusetts for The Northern Trust. The top 125 players in the standings are eligible to play and we have a full field ready to peg it up at TPC Boston. This is the only playoff tournament with a cut, so things will get intense. Current FedExCup points leader Dustin Johnson opened as the co-betting favorite along with Bryson DeChambeau. Last year’s FedExCup champion Rory McIlroy looks to find his groove in time for a repeat. He’s listed just behind the favorites with Jon Rahm on the opening odds list. Patrick Reed attempts to defend his title but he’ll have to do it at a different venue. Reed emerged victorious last year at Liberty National. The Northern Trust will rotate between the two lots. Eight players in the field have previously won at TPC Boston, including Tiger Woods. has a complete updated list of betting odds for The Northern Trust when you’re ready to make a wager.

Odds to Win The Northern Trust at

Bryson DeChambeau +1200

Justin Thomas +1200

Rory McIlroy +1400

Jon Rahm +1400

Dustin Johnson +1600

Xander Schauffele +2000

Collin Morikawa +2200

Jason Day +2200

Patrick Reed +2500

Webb Simpson +2500

Daniel Berger +2800

Brooks Koepka +3000

Patrick Cantlay +3000

Tony Finau +3300

Hideki Matsuyama +4000

Tiger Woods +4000

Adam Scott +4000

Paul Casey +4500

Sungjae Im +5000

Rickie Fowler +5000

Scottie Scheffler +5000

Tommy Fleetwood +5000

Matthew Wolff +5000

Billy Horschel +5000

Justin Rose +6000

Viktor Hovland +6000

Matthew Fitzpatrick +6000

Abraham Ancer +6000

Kevin Kisner +7000

Tyrrell Hatton +7000

Gary Woodland +7000

Louis Oosthuizen +7000

Harris English +8000

Si Woo Kim +9000

Cameron Champ +9000

Jordan Spieth +9000

Odds Analysis

Bryson DeChambeau +1200

The talk of DeChambeau being the best of all-time has subsided after his win at the Rocket Mortgage Classic. He was the last to win at TPC Boston taking the 2018 Dell Championship by two shots and he geared up for this event by finishing T4 at the PGA Championship. If big hitters have an edge on this course Bryson is the right pick. Hell, he won here before getting all jacked up and adding more yards to his drives. He’s good enough around the green and this layout allows him to take advantage of his superior drives. Even though he’s the favorite it’s a solid play to drop a few bucks.

Collin Morikawa +2200

Second in the standings, Morikawa won’t be pressured into a big finish to advance to the BMW Championship. But how can you not like his game? After watching what he did at TPC Harding Park, Morikawa plays beyond his years. There might still be a hangover from the first major victory, but we saw what the kid can do in a stacked field. He has two wins and a runner-up since the restart so you can’t complain about his recent form.

Tony Finau +3300

It’s hard to believe he has only one Tour win and that was back in 2016. Finau consistently lingers around the top of the leaderboard at big events, as evidenced by his T4 at the PGA Championship. And you almost expect him to break out with a victory at some point. He certainly knows his way around a crowded field and the track fits his game, especially off the tee. Finau grabbed a T4 at TPC Boston in 2018 and enters with two top-5s and among three top-8s in his last four starts. He’s certainly worth a look and a strong candidate in alternate markets.

Tiger Woods +4000

The Big Cat has torn up a few courses in his day and TPC Boston is among them. He has a win, two runners-up and a third-place finish on the track. By his own admission the course sets up for him. “In general it sets up for a guy that hits it long and high, and I’ve done that pretty much my whole career. When the course gets firm and the greens get hard high ball hitters have an advantage. That’s been one of my trademarks.” We don’t hear Tiger talk often about how his game fits a course. When he does it’s time to listen.

Webb Simpson +2500

Right on cue at the Wyndham where he earned his fourth straight podium finish, Simpson enters with a lot of confidence after taming one of his favorite layouts. The results haven’t been nearly as good, but Simpson does have a win at TPC Boston while making seven of the last eight cuts. He’s been solid over his last six starts with a win, T3, T8 and T12 included among his finishes.

Course: TPC Boston – 7,342 yards, Par 71

TPC Boston hosts The Northern Trust for the first time, but it’s a layout that’s familiar to many in the field. From 2003-2018, the 7,342-yard, par-71 course hosted the Dell Technologies Championship (formerly known as the Deutsche Championship). Along with Woods, seven other players have triumphed on the layout, including DeChambeau, Johnson, McIlroy, Adam Scott, Phil Mickelson, Webb Simpson and Rickie Fowler. There is plenty of room down the fairways giving big hitters like DeChambeau and Tony Finau a possible edge. However, it’s a well-balanced course that provides a good test for every golfer. The toughest stretch is in the middle of the course so look for players to make moves early and late.

TV Coverage: Golf Channel, CBS

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