Language
Menu
Matchups

Golf

Dean & Deluca Invitational Odds

Adam Scott PGA

The Dean & Deluca Invitational is the first non-major tournament of its type on the 2016 PGA Tour season. One hundred and twenty-two players have been selected to participate in this year’s edition, with nine of the top 30 golfers in the world rankings in the field.

The event, which is commonly referred to as the Colonial due to its setting at the Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas, is one of the oldest and most historical venues on the Tour. Play started in 1946, making the Colonial the longest-running host site on the circuit.

Undefined
League: 

AT&T Byron Nelson Championship Odds

Jordan Spieth PGA

The PGA Tour season continues this weekend when the AT&T Byron Nelson gets underway at TPC Four Seasons Resort in Las Colinas, Texas. Ten of the top 30 golfers in the world will be participating in the event, and the most recognizable name in the field happens to be a hometown boy.

Undefined
League: 

PGA: Players Championship Odds

Rickie Fowler PGA

The Players Championship may not be classified as a major tournament, but don’t make any mistake: this is a high-profile event. TPC Sawgrass is one of the most renowned courses in the world, and when you take a look at the field for the 2016 renewal, it’s shaping up to be yet another exciting weekend in the Sunshine State.

Undefined
League: 

PGA: Wells Fargo Championship Odds

Rory McIlroy PGA

The Wells Fargo Championship is one of the newer events on the PGA Tour, but it’s quickly established itself as a premier non-major tournament. That’s a big reason this year’s field features plenty of starry names, which presents tons of intriguing options for golf bettors.

At online sportsbook Bovada, Rory McIlroy is a gigantic +450 favorite to win it all. Dustin Johnson (+1400), Adam Scott (+1600), Rickie Fowler (+1600), Henrik Stenson (+2000) and Justin Rose (+2000) have the next best odds at the shop.

Undefined
League: 

PGA: Zurich Classic of New Orleans Odds

Justin Rose PGA

As the 2016 PGA Tour season marches on, a stop in the Bayou State is up next with the 2016 edition of the Zurich Classic of New Orleans set to get underway on Thursday. When it comes to odds lists, a familiar face is out in front.

World No. 1 Jason Day is currently a +500 favorite at Bovada, while Justin Rose (+800), Rickie Fowler (+1100), Billy Horschel (+1800) and Charlie Hoffman (+1800) are right on his heels.

Undefined
League: 

PGA: Valero Texas Open Odds

Jimmy Walker PGA

San Antonio is the setting this weekend when the PGA Tour rolls into town for the Valero Texas Open. The tournament features a decent field, as nine of the top 30 players in the world rankings will be participating.

At online sportsbook Bovada, defending champion Jimmy Walker is a +1400 favorite to reclaim the title. Branden Grace (+1600), Patrick Reed (+1600), J.B. Holmes (+2000) and Matt Kuchar (+2000) round out the top five.

Undefined
League: 

RBC Heritage Odds: Watch out for Casey

Paul Casey PGA

With the Masters in the rear-view mirror, the eyes of the golfing world shift to Hilton Head South Carolina for the RBC Heritage on March 14. When it comes to betting lines, one man stands well ahead of the pack to win it all.

Jason Day is currently a +550 favorite to garner the title at Bovada, while Paul Casey (+1600), Brandt Snedeker (+1600), Matt Kuchar (+2000) and Zach Johnson (+2200) make up the five golfers with the likeliest odds to win at the shop.

Undefined
League: 

Will Jordan Spieth Win a Major in 2016?

Jordan Spieth PGA

Jordan Spieth has had a lot of highs in his brief professional golfing career, but Sunday at the Masters was without a doubt his lowest point. Steadily building a lead through his first 63 holes, the Texan bogeyed Nos. 10 and 11 before sinking two balls into the water and finishing with his first career quadruple bogey on the 12th hole.

Undefined
League: 

PGA Tour Money List Leader Odds

Adam Scott PGA

The dust has barely settled on one of the most exciting Masters tournaments we’ve seen in quite some time, but one sportsbook is offering odds on which man will lead the PGA Tour in money lists markets.

Online shop Bovada has tabbed Adam Scott as the +240 fave to end the season as the money leader, with Jason Day (+275), Jordan Spieth (+550), Bubba Watson (+550), Rory McIlroy (+1600) and Dustin Johnson (+1600) right behind him.

Undefined
League: 

Willett Wins Masters in Wild Fashion

Danny Willett PGA

The Masters is a tradition unlike any other, and the 80th edition of the renowned tournament was one of the most memorable events the golfing world has witnessed in quite some time.

Undefined
League: 

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Golf