Expert PGA Betting Picks: Dell Technologies Championship

It’s the second leg of the FedExCup playoffs, which means I highlight three golfers who I believe can win the Dell Technologies Championship this weekend.

If you're looking for a full breakdown of the tournament, check out my betting preview.

Odds courtesy of Sportsbook.

Rory McIlroy (+1600)


Here’s a good rule of thumb in golf betting: wagering on McIlroy on courses he likes is a safe strategy. The defending champion, McIlroy has another top-five on his resume in six career starts at TPC Boston.

The Northern Irishman is the all-time earnings leader at the track, and his scoring average here is a ridiculously low 68.50. If he’s not in the lead heading into Sunday, don’t fret. Each of the last seven winners at the event has come from behind on the final day. Pull the trigger on Rory at the generous +1600 odds.

Paul Casey (+2200)


Casey has burned me in this column over the last few months, as he’s often the bridesmaid but never the bride when it comes to winning tournaments this year. I’m confident going back to the well on him again in the second leg of the FedExCup playoffs, though.

Casey has three T-13 showings in his last five tour starts, including three top-five results. The veteran was the runner-up here last year to McIlroy as well, so he’s another player who enjoys his trips to TPC Boston.

Matt Kuchar (+3300)


Kuchar isn’t flashy, but he’s one of the most consistent golfers on the PGA Tour. The American is coming off a tie for 10th at the Northern Trust which is his sixth top-10 in his last 10 starts.

In 12 career appearances at this tournament, Kuchar has missed the cut on only two occasions while posting five finishes of T-17 or better. I’ll take him at +3300 any day.