TOUR Championship Golf Odds - PGA Tour Betting

TOUR Championship Odds to Win

The PGA Tour wraps up its season with the top 30 golfers in the standings competing for the FedExCup title at the TOUR Championship starting Friday. Racking up points over the course of the year comes in handy this week with leader Dustin Johnson getting a head start over the field. And that’s why DJ is the favorite to win at online sportsbooks. Johnson starts the tournament at famed East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta at -10 while No. 2 Jon Rahm opens at -8 in the staggered leaderboard format. There is a gradual decline to the bottom five, who all start at even-par. Making up 10-strokes is a mammoth chore which is why those five players all have long odds to win the tournament. There are betting options, though. You can also wager on the lowest 72-hole score, where Johnson is again the favorite. Visit for a complete updated list of betting odds when you’re ready to make a wager.

Odds to Win TOUR Championship at

Dustin Johnson +195

Jon Rahm +245

Justin Thomas +650

Webb Simpson +1350

Collin Morikawa +2450

Bryson Dechambeau +2450

Rory McIlroy +2450

Xander Schauffele +2450

Daniel Berger +3350

Hideki Matsuyama +3050

Tony Finau +6050

Patrick Reed +7050

Harris English +7050

Tyrell Hatton +10050

Billy Horschel +12050

Brendon Todd +10050

Sungjae Im +8050

Scottie Scheffler +10050

Viktor Hovland +15050

Ryan Palmer +15050

Joaquin Niemann +12050

Lanto Griffin +20050

Kevin Kisner +15050

Sebastian Munoz +15050

Cameron Champ +18050

Kevin Na +25050

Abraham Ancer +20050

Cameron Smith +25050

Mackenzie Hughes +20050

Marc Leishman +25050

Odds Analysis

Jon Rahm +245

It’s hard not to like DJ, who gets a head start over the field. But Rahm has been on fire of late knocking down a lengthy putt last week to beat Johnson in a playoff. He’ll have to do better this week since he starts two shots back, but the Spaniard has looked sharp on difficult courses. Last week’s victory at a tough Olympia Fields and a win at Muirfield Village put him right up there. He turned it on over the weekend with 66-64 making up seven strokes over the final two days. I’ll say Rahm is in a zone.

Collin Morikawa +2450

Now that the euphoria over his win at the PGA Championship has subsided a bit, it’s time for Morikawa to prove he belongs. He made a run at the BMW going a combined 4-under over the weekend to climb into the top-20. That was good to see after he missed the cut at The Northern Trust in his first start since winning the season’s only Major. He’s starting from the same spot McIlroy was in last year so the precedent has been set, and with lofty odds backing Morikawa is worth the risk.

Rory McIlroy +2450

Backing Rory would have been in the cards if not for the recent news that he’s expecting the arrival of his first child. Welcoming a child into a stressful world is chaotic enough when not having to worry about playing golf at a championship level. That could explain the difficulties McIlroy was experiencing since the restart. He starting further back this year than he did in 2019 and the possibility that he may be called away at any time has me fading the defending FedExCup champion.

Tony Finau +6050

Making up eight strokes against the best golfers in the world is going to be difficult. There are hefty odds for Finau to do that, but more likely is a wager for the lowest score without the handicap. You can buy Finau at +2050 in that market. Why Finau? Well, Sunday’s 65 at the BMW was the low round of the week lifting him into solo fifth. He’s been strong with three top-5s among four top-8 finishes in his last six starts. He’s gained strokes putting in three starts at East Lake, which bodes well for his chances.

Webb Simpson +1350

Taking last week off could be the proverbial double-edged sword for Simpson, assuming that’s all it was. He wanted to rest ahead of the TOUR Championship, but he also interrupted a run of strong form that included a T6 at The Northern Trust and a T3 at the Wyndham Championship in his last two starts. He also has a win at the RBC Heritage along with a T8 and T12. He didn’t lose much ground by not playing last week falling from third to fifth, but he could’ve moved up, too.

Course: East Lake Golf Club – 7,319 yards, Par 70

The staggered start format is in use for the second straight year, but the host venue remains the same. East Lake became the tournament’s permanent home in 2004. At just over 7,300 yards it’s an easy course as long as you keep the ball on the fairway, but aren’t they all. In terms of width, the fairways rank in the bottom 10 and along with firm grass it becomes difficult to keep the golf ball on the fairways. Hit the fairways with a strong short game and you’ll be just fine. That’s easier said than done, though. On average the field hits fairways here a little over 50 percent of the time. Over the last 12 editions winning scores ranged between -7 and -13, making it tough for the bottom of the pack to make up enough ground. Last year, Rory McIlroy started 5-shots back of Justin Thomas and maneuvered around East Lake to -13, winning with the low 72-hole score and the adjusted score of -18.

TV Coverage: Golf Channel, NBC

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