WGC FedEx St. Jude Invitational Golf Odds

WGC FedEx St. Jude Invitational Golf Odds

It’s back to a stellar cast of characters on the PGA Tour with the best field yet ready to peg it up this week at the World Golf Championship FedEx St. Jude Invitational from TPC Southwind in Memphis. New OWGR No. 1 Jon Rahm makes his first start since winning the Memorial hitting the board as the favorite in a field that includes the top eight and 45 of the top 50 in the OWGR. Not much separates the Spaniard from former No. 1 Rory McIlroy, who looks to get his post-shutdown season back on track. Another player looking to get back in the groove is Brooks Koepka, who looks to defend his title one week after missing the cut at the 3M Open. BookMaker.eu has a complete updated list of betting odds when you’re ready to make a wager.

Odds to Win WGC FedEx St. Jude Invitational at BookMaker.eu

Jon Rahm +1050

Rory McIlroy +1102

Justin Thomas +1102

Bryson DeChambeau +1304

Patrick Cantlay +1850

Xander Schauffele +1925

Webb Simpson +2214

Daniel Berger +2513

Collin Morikawa +2517

Hideki Matsuyama +2791

Tyrrell Hatton +2821

Viktor Hovland +2821

Dustin Johnson +2821

Matthew Fitzpatrick +3219

Brooks Koepka +3330

Patrick Reed +3525

Tommy Fleetwood +3536

Tony Finau +3841

Rickie Fowler +4000

Jason Day +4000

Gary Woodland +5000

Billy Horschel +5000

Abraham Ancer +5372

Marc Leishman +6000

Jordan Spieth +6000

Sungjae Im +7000

Matthew Wolff +7000

Sergio Garcia +7550

Paul Casey +8000

Matt Kuchar +8000

Joaquin Niemann +8000

Danny Willett +9000

Kevin Na +9096

Scottie Scheffler +9245

Max Homa +9550

Corey Conners +9550

Odds Analysis

Bryson DeChambeau +1304

It happens to the best, so now that the flub is behind him I fully expect DeChambeau to bounce back. And you know he’s steaming after the MC at the Memorial. Players can get overconfident after experiencing a nice run of success and that may have happened. DeChambeau capped off a steller restart by claiming victory at the Workday, his fifth top-5 in a run of seven straight top-10s before the Memorial. Given his season metrics it’s hard to see DeChambeau slumping making him a nice fit for a run to the title.

Brooks Koepka +3330

This is the biggest test of the season for Koepka, and might be the biggest of his career. It wasn’t that long ago he was positioned at the top of the OWGR and many were wondering if he’d ever fall. Well, Brooks fell, and he fell hard. He hasn’t been featured on the leaderboard in some time and his seventh place showing at the RBC Heritage now looks like the outlier. I’m not ready to give up on him just yet and see more value as he continues to plummet down the odds list. We know how Koepka rises to the challenge in big events and his success last year can only help the confidence level.

Tyrrell Hatton +2821

Never count out a player who can putt. And Hatton can putt. He tops the Tour in strokes gained: putting and is third in putting average. He added a little oomph off the tee and his approach game is solid lately leading to a T3 at the RBC Heritage and T4 at the Rocket Mortgage Classic. Prior to that he was equally hot winning the Turkish Airlines Open on the Euro Circuit and collecting his first PGA Tour tile at the Arnold Palmer Invite in March. He appears to be swinging just fine after returning from wrist surgery.

Tony Finau +3841

It seems as though it’s just a matter of time before Finau gets that second Tour win. The way he’s playing ahead of this tournament it could happen this week. The struggles were evident out of the break with a T23 at the Schwab his best showing in four starts. A weekend fade at the Memorial could have been devastating going from contender to solo eighth following a 73-78. Well, he was dialed in at the 3M with four sub-70 rounds and a T3.

Ian Poulter +10000

Going this far down the odds board in a loaded field could be a stretch. But Poulter has been consistently good since the restart and the layout at TPC Southwind fits his game better than Muirfield Village, where he missed the cut at the Memorial. He was 4 for 4 prior to that with a T14 at the RBC Heritage and T5 at the Workday. He has a pair of top-10s on this course with a solid T8 last year. This is a reach, but Poulter has plenty of value.

Course: TPC Southwind – 7,277 yards, Par 70

There are a few changes to TPC Southwind from last year, most noticeably on the third and 17th holes, stretching the distance by a combined 40 yards to 7,277 yards. It’s a stock par 70 that saw the field play to a 69.5 scoring average a year ago, never going that low in the years before the WGC. With narrow fairways, long and straight off the tee is a bonus. But this is more of a second-shot course and hitting greens in regulation is huge. Besides the overall length, bunkers were remodeled to present more of a defense. Koepka flashed the all-around game needed to succeed here with four rounds of 68 or lower to win by three shots last year.

TV Coverage: Golf Channel, CBS

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