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Golf Betting: FedExCup Betting Update

After dominating the field at last week's BMW Championship at Conway Farms GC in Illinois Jason Day sits as the favorite on the odds to win this week's Tour Championship at East Lake GC in Atlanta and wrap up the FedExCup for 2015.

At Bovada Day is the +300 favorite on the odds to win the Tour Championship this week, followed by Rory McIlroy at +650, Jordan Spieth at +800, Henrik Stenson at +1000, and both Justin Rose and Rickie Fowler at +1100.

And Day is also the +600 favorite at Bovada on the odds to be the first-round leader at the Tour Championship, after he shot a sizzling 61 in the first round of the BMW Championship last week. McIlroy sits at +700 on those odds, with Spieth at +900.

Tour Championship - Outright Winner

Odds as of September 21 at Bovada

  • Jason Day +300
  • Rory McIlroy +650
  • Jordan Spieth +800
  • Henrik Stenson +1000
  • Justin Rose +1100
  • Rickie Fowler +1100
  • Dustin Johnson +1600
  • Bubba Watson +2000
  • Zach Johnson +2000
  • Hideki Matsuyama +2800
  • Jim Furyk +3300
  • Louis Oosthuizen +4000
  • Matt Kuchar +4000
  • Patrick Reed +4000
  • Paul Casey +4000
  • Bill Haas +5000
  • Brandt Snedeker +5000
  • Brooks Koepka +5000
  • J.B. Holmes +5000
  • Charley Hoffman +6600
  • Daniel Berger +6600
  • Kevin Kisner +6600
  • Robert Streb +6600
  • Scott Piercy +6600
  • Danny Lee +8000
  • Harris English +8000
  • Jimmy Walker +8000
  • Kevin Na +8000
  • Sangmoon Bae +15000
  • Steven Bowditch +15000
Tour Championship - 1st Round Leader

Odds as of September 21 at Bovada

  • Jason Day +600
  • Rory McIlroy +700
  • Jordan Spieth +900
  • Henrik Stenson +1000
  • Rickie Fowler +1100
  • Justin Rose +1400
  • Dustin Johnson +1600
  • Bubba Watson +1800
  • Zach Johnson +1800
  • Hideki Matsuyama +2200
  • Jim Furyk +2500
  • Louis Oosthuizen +2500
  • Matt Kuchar +2800
  • Patrick Reed +2800
  • J.B. Holmes +3300
  • Paul Casey +3300
  • Bill Haas +4000
  • Brandt Snedeker +4000
  • Brooks Koepka +4000
  • Daniel Berger +4000
  • Charley Hoffman +5000
  • Danny Lee +5000
  • Harris English +5000
  • Jimmy Walker +5000
  • Kevin Kisner +5000
  • Kevin Na +5000
  • Robert Streb +5000
  • Scott Piercy +5000
  • Sangmoon Bae +8000
  • Steven Bowditch +8000

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Jason Day leads both the FedExCup standings and the odds to win the BMW Championship heading into the third event of the PGA Tour's playoff schedule this week at Conway Farms GC in Lake Forest, Illinois.

At Bovada Day is listed as the +700 favorite on the odds to win the BMW Championship this week, and he sits with a 511-point lead on Jordan Spieth and a 1182-point lead on Rickie Fowler in the updated FedExCup standings.

Rory McIlroy, 17th in the updated standings, is then at +850 on the BMW Championship odds, with Spieth at +1100, Henrik Stenson at +1200, and Fowler at +1600. Fowler is coming off a victory in the Deutsche Bank Championship, topping Stenson by a single stroke at that event.

Dustin Johnson and Jim Furyk are both at +2000 on the odds to win the BMW Championship, with Bubba Watson at +2200, Justin Rose at +2500, Zach Johnson at +2800, Matt Kuchar at +3300, and Hideki Matsuyama at +3500. Phil Mickelson is back at +6600.

The top 70 FedExCup points leaders after the Deutsche Bank Championship advanced to this week's BMW Championship. The top 30 points leaders after this week then advance to the Tour Championship at East Lake GC in Atlanta.

BMW Championship - Outright Winner

Odds as of September 14 at Bovada

  • Jason Day +700
  • Rory McIlroy +850
  • Jordan Spieth +1100
  • Henrik Stenson +1200
  • Rickie Fowler +1600
  • Dustin Johnson +2000
  • Jim Furyk +2000
  • Bubba Watson +2200
  • Justin Rose +2500
  • Zach Johnson +2800
  • Matt Kuchar +3300
  • Hideki Matsuyama +3500
  • Louis Oosthuizen +4500
  • Patrick Reed +4500
  • Sergio Garcia +4500
  • Kevin Kisner +5000
  • Brooks Koepka +5500
  • Brandt Snedeker +6000
  • Robert Streb +6000
  • Charley Hoffman +6600
  • Hunter Mahan +6600
  • Keegan Bradley +6600
  • Paul Casey +6600
  • Phil Mickelson +6600
  • Danny Lee +7000
  • Matt Jones +7000
  • Justin Thomas +7500
  • Webb Simpson +8000
  • Billy Horschel +9000
  • Russell Knox +9000
  • Tony Finau +9000
  • Bill Haas +10000
  • Daniel Summerhays +10000
  • Gary Woodland +10000
  • Harris English +10000
  • J.B. Holmes +10000
  • Jimmy Walker +10000
  • Kevin Chappell +10000
  • Russell Henley +10000
  • Ryan Palmer +10000
  • Brendan Steele +11000
  • Chris Kirk +11000
  • David Lingmerth +12500
  • Ian Poulter +12500
  • Jason Bohn +12500
  • Kevin Na +12500
  • Nick Watney +12500
  • Rory Sabbatini +12500
  • Ryan Moore +12500
  • Sean O'Hair +12500
  • Sangmoon Bae +14000
  • Ben Martin +15000
  • Brendon Todd +15000
  • Brian Harman +15000
  • Cameron Tringale +15000
  • Jerry Kelly +15000
  • Pat Perez +15000
  • Daniel Berger +17500
  • Scott Piercy +17500
  • Brendon De Jonge +20000
  • Shawn Stefani +20000
  • William McGirt +20000
  • Zac Blair +20000
  • Bryce Molder +22500
  • David Hearn +22500
  • George McNeill +25000
  • Troy Merritt +25000
  • James Hahn +30000
  • Fabian Gomez +35000

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Jason Day is the new leader in the FedExCup standings and the favorite on the odds to win the second tournament of the PGA Tour's playoff schedule this weekend, the Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston.

Day beat Henrik Stenson by six strokes and Bubba Watson by eight strokes at The Barclays last week, dominating the field with rounds of 68, 68, 63, and 62 to grab the trophy and take the lead in the FedExCup points race.

So Day is now ahead of last week's standings leader Jordan Spieth, who shot rounds of 74 and 73 over the first two days of The Barclays to miss the cut at the tournament. Day has 4,459 points, with Spieth second at 4,169 points.

For this week at TPC Boston the oddsmakers at Bovada have Day as the +600 tournament favorite, with Spieth tied for second with Rory McIlroy at +750 odds. McIlroy skipped The Barclays and fell from ninth to 15th in the FedExCup standings as a result.

Stenson and Dustin Johnson are then both at +1400 on the odds to win the Deutsche Bank Championship, with Justin Rose at +1600, Watson at +2000, and both Rickie Fowler and Zach Johnson at +3300. Louis Oosthuizen is in a group of golfers at +4000 at Bovada to win the Friday to Monday event.

The top 100 FedExCup points leaders after The Barclays advanced to the Deutsche Bank Championship, with the top 70 points leaders after this week then teeing it up in the BMW Championship at Conway Farms GC. The top 30 points leaders then advance to the Tour Championship at East Lake GC.

Deutsche Bank Championship - Outright Winner

Odds as of September 1 at Bovada

  • Jason Day +600
  • Jordan Spieth +750
  • Rory McIlroy +750
  • Dustin Johnson +1400
  • Henrik Stenson +1400
  • Justin Rose +1600
  • Bubba Watson +2000
  • Rickie Fowler +3300
  • Zach Johnson +3300
  • Brooks Koepka +4000
  • Hideki Matsuyama +4000
  • Jim Furyk +4000
  • Louis Oosthuizen +4000
  • Matt Kuchar +4000
  • Brandt Snedeker +5000
  • Paul Casey +5000
  • Phil Mickelson +5000
  • Robert Streb +5000
  • Webb Simpson +5000
  • Bill Haas +6600
  • Justin Thomas +6600
  • Luke Donald +6600
  • Patrick Reed +6600
  • Russell Henley +6600
  • Tony Finau +6600
  • Billy Horschel +8000
  • Danny Lee +8000
  • David Lingmerth +8000
  • Jason Dufner +8000
  • Kevin Kisner +8000
  • Ryan Palmer +8000
  • J.B. Holmes +10000
  • Jason Bohn +10000
  • Jimmy Walker +10000
  • Kevin Na +10000
  • Ryan Moore +10000
  • Brendan Steele +12500
  • Brendon Todd +12500
  • Charley Hoffman +12500
  • Chris Kirk +12500
  • Daniel Summerhays +12500
  • Harris English +12500
  • Ian Poulter +12500
  • John Senden +12500
  • Kevin Chappell +12500
  • Marc Leishman +12500
  • Nick Watney +12500
  • Russell Knox +12500
  • Sangmoon Bae +12500
  • Steven Bowditch +12500
  • Carl Pettersson +15000
  • Gary Woodland +15000
  • Hunter Mahan +15000
  • Matt Jones +15000
  • Pat Perez +15000
  • Scott Piercy +15000
  • Will Wilcox +15000
  • Camilo Villegas +17500
  • Chad Campbell +17500
  • Jim Herman +17500
  • Rory Sabbatini +17500
  • Brian Harman +20000
  • Cameron Tringale +20000
  • Charles Howell III +20000
  • David Hearn +20000
  • George McNeill +20000
  • Jason Gore +20000
  • Jason Kokrak +20000
  • Morgan Hoffmann +20000
  • Shawn Stefani +20000
  • Zac Blair +20000
  • Boo Weekley +25000
  • Bryce Molder +25000
  • Kevin Streelman +25000
  • Scott Brown +25000
  • Sean O'Hair +25000
  • Troy Merritt +25000
  • William McGirt +25000
  • Brendon De Jonge +30000
  • Colt Knost +30000
  • Daniel Berger +30000
  • Davis Love III +30000
  • Hudson Swafford +30000
  • James Hahn +30000
  • Jerry Kelly +30000
  • Martin Laird +30000
  • Scott Pinckney +30000
  • Chesson Hadley +40000
  • J. J Henry +40000
  • Kyle Reifers +40000
  • Alex Cejka +50000
  • Fabian Gomez +50000
  • Matt Every +50000

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Jordan Spieth was the runaway leader in FedExCup points during the 'regular season' portion of the PGA Tour schedule, and he's also the betting favorite at the sportsbooks to win the first event of the tour's playoffs, The Barclays at Plainfield Country Club.

At Bovada Spieth is set as the +550 favorite on the odds to win The Barclays this week, after he won four tournaments - including two majors - and picked up 14 Top-10 results on the PGA Tour this past season. Spieth also enters the four-tournament playoff atop the World Golf Rankings.

Rory McIlroy, second in the World Golf Rankings, is skipping The Barclays this week, leaving Jason Day as the +900 second-favorite to win the tournament at the sportsbook. Dustin Johnson and Justin Rose are both at +1100, with Brooks Koepka and Bubba Watson at +2200. Johnson won The Barclays the last time it was held at Plainfield back in 2011.

Henrik Stenson and Rickie Fowler sit at +2500 on The Barclays odds at Bovada, with each of Jim Furyk, Paul Casey, and Matt Kuchar at +3300. Kuchar is also a past champion at the event, winning in 2010 when the tournament was held at Ridgewood Country Club.

The top 125 points leaders qualify for The Barclays, the first of four tournaments that settle the PGA Tour's FedExCup playoff system. Along with McIlroy, Sergio Garcia, Louis Oosthuizen, Francesco Molinari, and Retief Goosen will also sit out this week, leaving the field at 120.

The top 100 points leaders after this week then move on to the Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston, with the top 70 points leaders after that event teeing it up in the BMW Championship at Conway Farms GC. The top 30 points leaders then advance to the Tour Championship at East Lake GC.

The Barclays - Outright Winner

Odds as of August 26 at Bovada

  • Jordan Spieth +550
  • Jason Day +900
  • Dustin Johnson +1100
  • Justin Rose +1100
  • Brooks Koepka +2200
  • Bubba Watson +2200
  • Henrik Stenson +2500
  • Rickie Fowler +2500
  • Jim Furyk +3300
  • Matt Kuchar +3300
  • Paul Casey +3300
  • Brandt Snedeker +4000
  • Charl Schwartzel +4000
  • Hideki Matsuyama +4000
  • Phil Mickelson +4000
  • Adam Scott +4500
  • Zach Johnson +4500
  • Bill Haas +5000
  • David Lingmerth +5000
  • Patrick Reed +5000
  • Robert Streb +5000
  • Justin Thomas +5500
  • Webb Simpson +5500
  • Danny Lee +6600
  • Ryan Moore +6600
  • Billy Horschel +7000
  • Jimmy Walker +7000
  • Tony Finau +7000
  • Russell Henley +7500
  • Keegan Bradley +8000
  • Luke Donald +8000
  • J B Holmes +9000
  • Kevin Kisner +9000
  • Marc Leishman +9000
  • Will Wilcox +9000
  • Brendan Steele +10000
  • Carl Pettersson +10000
  • Chad Campbell +10000
  • Charley Hoffman +10000
  • Harris English +10000
  • Ian Poulter +10000
  • Jason Bohn +10000
  • Jonas Blixt +10000
  • Lee Westwood +10000
  • Nick Watney +10000
  • Ben Martin +12500
  • Camilo Villegas +12500
  • Gary Woodland +12500
  • Graham Delaet +12500
  • Hunter Mahan +12500
  • Jason Dufner +12500
  • Kevin Chappell +12500
  • Kevin Na +12500
  • Ryan Palmer +12500
  • Scott Piercy +12500
  • Steven Bowditch +12500
  • Brendon Todd +15000
  • Charles Howell III +15000
  • Chris Kirk +15000
  • David Hearn +15000
  • Davis Love III +15000
  • George McNeill +15000
  • Matt Jones +15000
  • Pat Perez +15000
  • Scott Brown +15000
  • William McGirt +15000
  • Boo Weekley +17500
  • Jason Gore +17500
  • Morgan Hoffmann +17500
  • Rory Sabbatini +17500
  • Russell Knox +17500
  • Brendon de Jonge +20000
  • Brian Harman +20000
  • Cameron Tringale +20000
  • Chris Stroud +20000
  • Daniel Berger +20000
  • Daniel Summerhays +20000
  • Greg Owen +20000
  • Jason Kokrak +20000
  • Jerry Kelly +20000
  • Jim Herman +20000
  • John Senden +20000
  • Johnson Wagner +20000
  • Kevin Streelman +20000
  • Martin Laird +20000
  • Shawn Stefani +20000
  • Stewart Cink +20000
  • Vijay Singh +20000
  • Adam Hadwin +25000
  • Bryce Molder +25000
  • James Hahn +25000
  • Padraig Harrington +25000
  • Ryo Ishikawa +25000
  • Sang Moon Bae +25000
  • Scott Pinckney +25000
  • Sean O'Hair +25000
  • Troy Merritt +25000
  • Carlos Ortiz +30000
  • Chad Collins +30000
  • Colt Knost +30000
  • Erik Compton +30000
  • Hudson Swafford +30000
  • J J Henry +30000
  • John Huh +30000
  • John Peterson +30000
  • Kyle Reifers +30000
  • Mark Wilson +30000
  • Spencer Levin +30000
  • Steve Wheatcroft +30000
  • Tim Clark +30000
  • Chesson Hadley +35000
  • Jon Curran +35000
  • Ken Duke +35000
  • Zac Blair +35000
  • Andres Gonzales +40000
  • Fabian Gomez +40000
  • Jeff Overton +40000
  • Matt Every +40000
  • Nick Taylor +40000
  • Alex Cejka +50000

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