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Odds to Win the Dell Technologies Championship

Justin Thomas, of the United States, poses with the Wedgewood Trophy after winning the Dell Technologies Championship on September 4, 2017, at TPC Boston in Norton, Massachusetts.

For the final time, the FedExCup playoffs will return to TPC Boston in Norton, Massachusetts for a Labor Day showdown this week. The second leg of the playoffs is once again loaded with talent, and world No. 1 Dustin Johnson is the man to beat at sportsbooks.

Due to major scheduling changes, this is the last time the Dell Technologies Championship will be held.

At Bovada, Johnson is the lone +850 favorite, with Justin Thomas (+1000), Brooks Koepka (+1200), Rory McIlroy (+1600), Jason Day (+1600), Tiger Woods (+1800), Jordan Spieth (+2000), Jon Rahm (+2500), Justin Rose (+2500) and Adam Scott (+2500) making up the rest of the top 10 at the shop. To find out which three golfers I’m picking to win, check out my Expert Picks piece.

Just how tough is the field going to be? Ninety-nine of the top 100 players eligible are set to tee it up in Norton, with Open Championship winner Francesco Molinari the only name missing. Fresh off winning the first tournament of the playoffs, the Northern Trust, Bryson DeChambeau has a +3300 shot to go back to back this week.

DeChambeau aims for two straight playoff wins

DeChambeau recorded a decisive 18-under showing to post a four-stroke victory over runner-up Tony Finau. With the triumph, the 24-year-old moved to No. 1 in the FedExCup, jumped into the top 20 in the Official World Golf Rankings and likely locked up a spot on the American Ryder Cup team. Three of the past five winners at TPC Boston have gone on to win the FedExCup, and the champion of the tournament receives 2,000 points.

Thomas has great memories of TPC Boston

Thomas was one of the men who parlayed his Dell Technologies Championship into a FedExCup title here a year ago when he racked up his fifth victory of the season at the event. The Kentucky native was in a three-way tie with Spieth and Marc Leishman with seven holes to play on the final day before sinking a six-foot birdie at No. 13 and one from even closer range two holes later to end the day with a 5-under-par 66.

The course, a 7,342-yard par 71, was named one of Golf Digest’s 10 best new private clubs when it opened in 2002. The FedExCup playoffs came calling five years later and the rest is history. Despite the healthy track record, this is the last time the tournament will be held due to scheduling changes on the PGA Tour in the 2018-19 season. Vijay Singh (2008), Charley Hoffman (2010) and Henrik Stenson (2013) own the 72-hole record at 262 strokes, while Singh (2006) and Mike Weir (2008) share the 18-hole record of 61.

2018 Dell Technologies Championship Odds

Odds as of August 30 at Bovada

  • Dustin Johnson +850
  • Justin Thomas +1000
  • Brooks Koepka +1200
  • Rory McIlroy +1600
  • Jason Day +1600
  • Tiger Woods +1800
  • Jordan Spieth +2000
  • Jon Rahm +2500
  • Justin Rose +2500
  • Adam Scott +2500
  • Tony Finau +2800
  • Patrick Cantlay +3300
  • Tommy Fleetwood +3300
  • Bryson DeChambeau +3300
  • Henrik Stenson +3300
  • Hideki Matsuyama +3300
  • Patrick Reed +3300
  • Webb Simpson +4000
  • Billy Horschel +4500
  • Phil Mickelson +5000
  • Paul Casey +5500
  • Marc Leishman +5500
  • Louis Oosthuizen +6600
  • Brandt Snedeker +6600
  • Tyrrell Hatton +6600
  • Aaron Wise +6600
  • Zach Johnson +7000
  • Alexander Noren +7500
  • Gary Woodland +7500
  • Xander Schauffele +7500
  • Bubba Watson +8000
  • Kyle Stanley +8000
  • Matt Kuchar +8000
  • Kevin Na +9000
  • Ian Poulter +9000
  • Daniel Berger +10000
  • Keegan Bradley +10000
  • Rafael Cabrera Bello +10000
  • Branden Grace +10000
  • Cameron Smith +10000
  • Charley Hoffman +10000
  • Kevin Kisner +10000
  • Luke List +10000
  • Ryan Moore +12500
  • Byeong Hun An +12500
  • Emiliano Grillo +12500
  • Adam Hadwin +15000
  • Jimmy Walker +15000
  • Russell Henley +15000
  • Ryan Palmer +15000
  • Stewart Cink +17500
  • Beau Hossler +17500
  • Jamie Lovemark +17500
  • Kevin Chappell +17500
  • Pat Perez +17500
  • Austin Cook +20000
  • Bronson Burgoon +20000
  • C.T. Pan +20000
  • Chez Reavie +20000
  • Chris Kirk +20000
  • Danny Lee +20000
  • Nick Watney +20000
  • Russell Knox +20000
  • Brian Harman +20000
  • Peter Uihlein +20000
  • Jason Kokrak +25000
  • Brian Gay +25000
  • Charles Howell III +25000
  • Chesson Hadley +25000
  • J.B. Holmes +25000
  • Jason Dufner +25000
  • Jhonattan Vegas +25000
  • Kevin Streelman +25000
  • Kevin Tway +25000
  • Abraham Ancer +25000
  • Anirban Lahiri +25000
  • Ollie Schniederjans +25000
  • Si Woo Kim +25000
  • Scott Stallings +30000
  • Brendan Steele +30000
  • J.J. Spaun +30000
  • Joel Dahmen +30000
  • Keith Mitchell +30000
  • Scott Piercy +30000
  • Andrew Putnam +35000
  • Brian Stuard +40000
  • Michael Kim +40000
  • Ryan Armour +40000
  • Whee Kim +40000
  • Andrew Landry +40000
  • James Hahn +40000
  • Tom Hoge +40000
  • Troy Merritt +40000
  • Ted Potter Jr. +50000
  • Brice Garnett +50000
  • Kelly Kraft +50000
  • Patton Kizzire +50000
  • Satoshi Kodaira +50000

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