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Odds to Win the Arnold Palmer Invitational

“Arnie’s Place” is the setting for this week’s PGA Tour action, as the 2021 edition of the Arnold Palmer Invitational plays out at Bay Hill Club and Lodge in Bay Hill, Florida.

When it comes to odds on the event, there’s no question who sportsbooks are expecting to run away with things.

Bryson DeChambeau is a +220 favorite at Bovada, followed by Lee Westwood (+550), Corey Conners (+600), Jordan Spieth (+650) and Tommy Fleetwood (+1000) to round out the top five on the oddsboard.

Here’s a look at the golfers with the likeliest odds to go all the way:

Who is Favored to Win the Arnold Palmer Invitational?

2021 Arnold Palmer Invitational Odds
Bryson DeChambeau+220
Lee Westwood+550
Corey Conners+600
Jordan Spieth+650
Tommy Fleetwood+1000
Keegan Bradley+1200
Rory McIlroy+1200
Tyrell Hatton+2800
Doug Ghim+6600
Jason Day+6600
Jason Kokrak+6600
Jazz Janewattananound+6600
Richy Werenski+6600
Christiaan Bezuidenhout+8000
Lanto Griffin+12500
Matthew Fitzpatrick+12500
Charley Hoffman+15000
Chris Kirk+15000
Paul Casey+15000
Sungjae Im+15000

Odds as of March 7 at Bovada

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Course and Tournament Information

  • Course: Bay Hill Club and Lodge
  • Location: Bay Hill, Florida
  • Dates: March 4-7, 2021
  • Par: 72
  • Yardage: 7,454 yards
  • Purse: $9.3 million

The Players Championship is Up Next

Bay Hill serves as the final tune-up event before the PGA Tour’s signature tournament, The Players Championship, next week. 

In total, three of the current top 10 golfers in this season’s FedExCup will look to move up the standings, with Hovland, Harris English and Max Homa set to tee it up in the Sunshine State.

The Arnold Palmer Invitational has been a haven in recent years for international players, who are on a five-year winning streak at “Arnie’s Place.” The last golfer from the United States to win here was Matt Every, who won in both 2014 and 2015.

Thanks to its elevated status, the winner of the Arnold Palmer Invitational gets a three-year exemption on the PGA Tour instead of the usual two. 

Hatton is Back For More at Bay Hill

Hatton returns to the Arnold Palmer Invitational after triumphing here a year ago. Hatton’s 4-under score over the 72 holes was one of just four below-par totals for the week – the fewest at Bay Hill since 1980.

Blustery conditions made it a nightmare for golfers all week long. Hatton looked to be in trouble after a double bogey on the par-4 11th on Sunday, but the Englishman ended up righting the ship in the shape of seven straight pars to close out his first tour victory.

Keith Mitchell, Danny Lee, Rory McIlroy and Joel Dahmen finished T-5 at even par.

Arnold Palmer Invitational Picks

Matthew Fitzpatrick +2200

Fitzpatrick continues to climb the World Golf Ranking, as he’s now reached No. 16 ahead of this week’s event. Fitzpatrick has never dropped strokes on the green in six starts at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

Armed with a hot putter and strong iron play, the 26-year-old is primed to continue his ascension at a course he has a proven track record at. Fitzpatrick has posted consecutive top-10s in the event. He’s also great at playing in poor conditions, so bettors won’t have to worry about how he’ll handle the conditions if they get out of control once again.

Marc Leishman +4000

Leishman has found success at this venue before, winning it all in 2018 and finishing as a runner-up last year. That track record alone makes him an appealing option at +4000 long-shot odds. 

The Australian has been a regular near the top of leaderboards in the 2020-21 season, finishing T-4 at the Sony Open, T-13 at the Masters and T-18 at the Farmers Insurance Open. Don’t be surprised if he’s in the mix once again on Sunday.


Golf is unique for many reasons, but one of them is the significant number of betting props available at weekly tournaments. The Arnold Palmer Invitational is no different.

Sportsbooks are offering odds on things like whether there will be a hole-in-one, OVER/UNDERs on the winning score for the eventual champion and odds on which players from specific countries will have the lowest score, to name a few.

Like other sports, betting on props is a fun and unique way to enhance your golf gambling experience.

Live Betting

Live Betting is arguably one of the most exciting ways to bet on golf. If the player you placed a pre-tournament bet on is out of the running at any point during the Arnold Palmer Invitational, you can bet on another golfer as the days go by and have another stake in the game.

If there are only a few men in the hunt on the final day, the odds likely won’t be significantly high, but your chances of winning are. We’ve seen this happen multiple times in the PGA Tour’s Return to Golf, as multiple tournaments have gone to a playoff.

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