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Sony Open Odds

The second leg of the PGA Tour’s Hawaii swing gets underway this weekend with the Sony Open from Waialae Golf Course in Honolulu.

In oddsmakers’ eyes, Jordan Spieth is the man to beat. The Texan is a +600 front-runner at Bovada, with Hideki Matsuyama (+750), Justin Thomas (+1400), Jimmy Walker (+2000), Brandt Snedeker (+2500), Paul Casey (+2500), Justin Rose (+2800), Gary Woodland (+3300), Daniel Berger (+3300) and Russell Knox (+3300) rounding out the top 10.

Thomas will be riding a wave of momentum after winning the SBS Tournament of Champions. The 23-year-old ended the final day with a 4-under-par 69 that was good enough to top Matsuyama and bump him to 12th in the World Golf Rankings.

Matsuyama entered the tournament as the hottest player in golf by winning four of his previous five starts. While he wasn’t able to get the job done last weekend, a wager on the native of Japan to win the Sony Open looks like a solid play.

Fabian Gomez came out of nowhere to win the 2015 Sony Open, and the Argentine is a +8000 long shot to do it again. Gomez ended the event at 20 under before edging Tour veteran Snedeker in a sudden-death playoff.

Finding the green is imperative at Waialae. Of the last 15 Sony Open champions, 14 of them were all ranked inside the top 12 for greens in regulation. The 2014 winner, Jimmy Walker, was first in GIR.

2017 Sony Open Odds

Odds as of January 12 at Bovada

  • Jordan Spieth +600
  • Hideki Matsuyama +750
  • Justin Thomas +1400
  • Jimmy Walker +2000
  • Brandt Snedeker +2500
  • Paul Casey +2500
  • Justin Rose +2800
  • Gary Woodland +3300
  • Daniel Berger +3300
  • Russell Knox +3300
  • Bill Haas +4000
  • Billy Horschel +4000
  • Billy Hurley III +4000
  • Charles Howell III +4000
  • Pat Perez +4000
  • Zach Johnson +4000
  • Scott Piercy +4000
  • Chris Kirk +5000
  • Jason Dufner +5000
  • Russell Henley +5000
  • Ryan Palmer +5000
  • Harris English +6000
  • Anirban Lahiri +6600
  • Branden Grace +6600
  • Jamie Lovemark +6600
  • Keegan Bradley +6600
  • Kevin Kisner +6600
  • Kevin Na +6600
  • Marc Leishman +6600
  • Si-Woo Kim +6600
  • Webb Simpson +6600
  • William McGirt +6600
  • Cody Gribble +8000
  • Fabian Gomez +8000
  • Harold Varner +8000
  • Hudson Swafford +8000
  • Luke List +8000
  • Stewart Cink +8000
  • Tony Finau +8000
  • Brian Harman +10000
  • Bryson Dechambeau +10000
  • Camilo Villegas +10000
  • James Hahn +10000
  • Jerry Kelly +10000
  • John Huh +10000
  • Kyle Stanley +10000
  • Mackenzie Hughes +10000
  • Patrick Rodgers +10000
  • Robert Streb +10000
  • Sean O'Hair +10000
  • Soren Kjeldsen +10000
  • Wesley Bryan +10000
  • Whee Kim +10000
  • Zac Blair +10000
  • Cameron Smith +12000
  • David Lingmerth +12500
  • Ben Martin +15000
  • Brian Stuard +15000
  • Chad Campbell +15000
  • Cheng Tsung Pan +15000
  • Chez Reavie +15000
  • Daniel Summerhays +15000
  • Henrik Norlander +15000
  • Jim Herman +15000
  • John Peterson +15000
  • John Senden +15000
  • Johnson Wagner +15000
  • Oliver Schniederjans +15000
  • Rod Pampling +15000
  • Ryan Blaum +15000
  • Seamus Power +15000
  • Shawn Stefani +15000
  • Smylie Kaufman +15000
  • Xander Schauffele +15000

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