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Odds to Win the Hero World Challenge

Tiger Woods tees off from the 14th hole during the final round of the Hero World Challenge golf tournament at Albany Golf Club in Nassau, Bahamas, Sunday, Dec. 3, 2017.

With the Tiger Woods-Phil Mickelson heads-up match in the books, the attention of the golfing world shifts to the Bahamas this week for the 2018 edition of the Hero World Challenge. The tournament, which is hosted by Tiger Woods and is a benefit for the Tiger Woods Foundation, features Justin Rose as the favorite at sportsbooks.

Rose is the +700 front-runner at Bovada, with Dustin Johnson (+800), Rickie Fowler (+800), Justin Thomas (+900), Tiger Woods (+900), Bryson DeChambeau (+1100), Jon Rahm (+1200), Tony Finau (+1600), Jason Day (+1800) and Patrick Reed (+1800) rounding out the top 10.

Plenty of talent set to descend on the Bahamas

The Hero World Challenge is not an official PGA Tour event but serves as a focal point on the golfing calendar due to the small number of top-ranked pros in the field (18). In 2008, the field was increased to 18 from its original number of 16, consisting of the most recent winners of the four major PGA tournaments, the top 11 from the Official World Golf Ranking, the defending champion, and two special exemption players selected by the foundation.

Fowler is the defending champion after posting a lights-out -18 score. Charley Hoffman (-14) served as the runner-up a year ago, with Jordan Spieth and Tommy Fleetwood finishing in a tie for third place at 12 under. Prize money won by players at the Hero World Challenge is not included in money rankings, but the event is recognized as an unofficial money event by the PGA Tour.

Can Tiger pick up another win?

Woods, who lost in a playoff to Mickelson in the first-of-its-kind pay-per-view match a week ago, hasn’t won his own tournament since 2011. Spieth holds the tournament record score, with his 26 under par (262 aggregate score) holding up as the best number posted in the Bahamas since its inception in 2000.

Here’s a look at the book’s full list of odds. Who are you picking to win? Have your say in the comments.

2018 Hero World Challenge Odds

Odds as of November 28 at Bovada

  • Justin Rose +700
  • Dustin Johnson +800
  • Rickie Fowler +800
  • Justin Thomas +900
  • Tiger Woods +900
  • Bryson DeChambeau +1100
  • Jon Rahm +1200
  • Tony Finau +1600
  • Jason Day +1800
  • Patrick Reed +1800
  • Xander Schauffele +1800
  • Hideki Matsuyama +2200
  • Patrick Cantlay +2200
  • Alex Noren +2800
  • Bubba Watson +2800
  • Gary Woodland +2800
  • Henrik Stenson +2800
  • Keegan Bradley +3500

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