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Odds to Win the Honda Classic

Jamie Lovemark hits his tee shot on the 12th during the third round of the Honda Classic at PGA National Resort and Spa on February 24, 2018 in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.

After the conclusion of the first World Golf Championships event of the year, next up on the PGA Tour docket is the Honda Classic that takes place this week at PGA National Golf Club in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. According to sportsbooks, Justin Thomas is the favorite to take home the hardware for the second year in a row.

Thomas is the +500 favorite at Bovada, with Rickie Fowler (+1000), Brooks Koepka (+1200), Adam Scott (+1400), Sergio Garcia (+1600), Gary Woodland (+1800), Webb Simpson (+2000), Cameron Smith (+2500), Billy Horschel (+3300) and Daniel Berger (+3300) rounding out the top 10. To find out which three golfers I’m picking to win, check out my PGA Tour Expert Picks piece.

Plenty of talent in the Honda Classic field

With The Players Championship taking place in two weeks, there’s no shortage of talent in the field at the 2019 edition of the Honda Classic. Twelve of the current top 30 players in the FedExCup standings will be in attendance in the Sunshine State. After being sidelined for the past two months with a broken wrist, two-time Honda champion Padraig Harrington is slated to make his first start of 2019.

Thomas is back to defend his title after topping Luke List in a playoff here a year ago. The American, who owns a trio of top-three finishes in 2019, is looking to become the second back-to-back winner in the tournament’s 48-year history. The legendary Jack Nicklaus is the only man to accomplish the feat, pulling it off in 1977-78. Thomas’ win here a year ago was the eighth of his promising young career.

PGA National is no joke

The course, a 7,125-yard par 70, is considered one of the tougher tracks on the tour. In 12 events since the tournament has been played at PGA National, hole Nos. 15-17 – known as the “Bear Trap” – have carved up golfers to the tune of 3,571 shots over par.

All three holes were on the tour’s 10 toughest holes last season. Brian Harman’s 61 in 2012 ranks as the 18-hole record at PGA National, with Camilo Villegas’ 267 in 2010 remaining the 72-hole record.

Take a look at the shop’s full list of odds. Who are you putting your money on?

2019 Honda Classic Odds

Odds as of February 28 at Bovada

  • Justin Thomas +500
  • Rickie Fowler +1000
  • Brooks Koepka +1200
  • Adam Scott +1400
  • Sergio Garcia +1600
  • Gary Woodland +1800
  • Webb Simpson +2000
  • Cameron Smith +2500
  • Billy Horschel +3300
  • Daniel Berger +3300
  • Alex Noren +4000
  • Emiliano Grillo +4000
  • Luke List +4000
  • Byeong Hun An +5000
  • Kiradech Aphibarnrat +5000
  • Michael Thompson +5000
  • Lucas Glover +5500
  • Russell Knox +5500
  • Scott Piercy +5500
  • Charl Schwartzel +6600
  • Jason Kokrak +6600
  • Matt Wallace +6600
  • Zach Johnson +6600
  • Graeme McDowell +7000
  • C.T. Pan +8000
  • Russell Henley +8000
  • Sung-Jae Im +8000
  • J.T. Poston +9000
  • Dylan Frittelli +10000
  • Jim Furyk +10000
  • Patton Kizzire +10000
  • Ryan Palmer +10000
  • Sung Kang +10000
  • Trey Mullinax +10000
  • Austin Cook +12500
  • Brian Harman +12500
  • Harold Varner III +12500
  • Jimmy Walker +12500
  • Joaquin Niemann +12500
  • Kevin Tway +12500
  • Martin Kaymer +12500
  • Patrick Rodgers +12500
  • Talor Gooch +12500
  • Brendan Steele +15000
  • Brian Gay +15000
  • Bud Cauley +15000
  • Chesson Hadley +15000
  • Chris Stroud +15000
  • Jhonattan Vegas +15000
  • Kevin Streelman +15000
  • Kyle Stanley +15000
  • Martin Trainer +15000
  • Nick Watney +15000
  • Ollie Schniederjans +15000
  • Sam Burns +15000
  • Sam Ryder +15000
  • Scott Brown +15000
  • Scott Langley +15000
  • Bill Haas +17500
  • Chris Kirk +17500
  • Danny Lee +17500
  • Joel Dahmen +17500
  • Kelly Kraft +17500
  • Padraig Harrington +17500
  • Stewart Cink +17500
  • Vaughn Taylor +17500
  • Wyndham Clark +17500
  • Adam Schenk +20000
  • Andrew Landry +20000
  • Anirban Lahiri +20000
  • Brandon Harkins +20000
  • Brian Stuard +20000
  • Curtis Luck +20000
  • Denny McCarthy +20000
  • Hudson Swafford +20000
  • Jason Dufner +20000
  • Johnson Wagner +20000
  • Jonas Blixt +20000
  • Keith Mitchell +20000
  • Lucas Bjerregaard +20000
  • Matt Jones +20000
  • Max Homa +20000
  • Nick Taylor +20000
  • Peter Uihlein +20000
  • Roberto Castro +20000
  • Roger Sloan +20000
  • Rory Sabbatini +20000
  • Sam Saunders +20000
  • Sean O’Hair +20000
  • Anders Albertson +25000
  • Ben Crane +25000
  • Cameron Davis +25000
  • Cameron Tringale +25000
  • Carlos Ortiz +25000
  • Ernie Els +25000
  • Harris English +25000
  • Richy Werenski +25000
  • Roberto Diaz +25000
  • Satoshi Kodaira +25000
  • Sebastian Munoz +25000
  • Shawn Stefani +25000
  • Adam Svensson +27500
  • Alex Cejka +27500
  • Brice Garnett +27500
  • Bronson Burgoon +27500
  • Adam Long +30000
  • Hank Lebioda +30000
  • Hunter Mahan +30000
  • John Huh +30000
  • Kramer Hickok +30000
  • Kyoung-Hoon Lee +30000
  • Peter Malnati +30000
  • Robert Streb +30000
  • Ryan Armour +30000
  • Ryan Blaum +30000
  • Sepp Straka +30000
  • Tom Hoge +30000
  • Tyler Duncan +30000
  • Brandon Hagy +35000
  • Grayson Murray +35000
  • Julian Etulain +35000
  • Mackenzie Hughes +35000
  • Morgan Hoffmann +35000
  • Alex Prugh +40000
  • Cody Gribble +40000
  • Erik Compton +40000
  • J.J. Henry +40000
  • Kyle Jones +40000
  • Seamus Power +40000
  • Stephan Jaeger +40000
  • Vijay Singh +40000
  • Austen Truslow +50000
  • Chase Wright +50000
  • D.A. Points +50000
  • Fredrik Jacobson +50000
  • Jim Herman +50000
  • Jim Knous +50000
  • Joey Garber +50000
  • Jose de Jesus Rodriguez +50000
  • Seth Reeves +50000
  • Whee Kim +50000
  • Rod Pampling +75000
  • Andrew Filbert +100000
  • Drew Nesbitt +100000

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