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Odds to Win the Sony Open

Odds to Win the Sony Open

The first full-field PGA Tour event of the calendar year gets underway this week when the Sony Open hits Waialae Country Club in Honolulu, Hawaii. At sportsbooks, Justin Thomas is the massive favorite to win his second tournament in a row.

Thomas is the +500 front-runner at Bovada, with Patrick Reed (+1200), Webb Simpson (+1200), Collin Morikawa (+1600), Hideki Matsuyama (+1600), Sungjae Im (+2000), Matt Kuchar (+2200), Joaquin Niemann (+2500), Abraham Ancer (+4000) and Alex Noren (+4000) rounding out the top 10.

Thomas Loves His Surroundings at Waialae

Thomas is coming off a victory at Kapalua Plantation Course in the Tournament of Champions in a three-way playoff over Patrick Reed and Xander Schauffele. The win, which served as the 12th of Thomas’s career, was oddly similar to his 2017 triumph at the event when he almost let it slip away to Matsuyama.

That season, Thomas went into the Sony Open and shot a lights-out 59 in the first round en route to winning with a record-low score. Thomas thoroughly enjoys playing in Hawaii, as the American has the 36-, 54- and 72-hole records at Waialae.

In total, 10 past champions will be returning to Waialae, as Jerry Kelly (2002), Vijay Singh (2005), Zach Johnson (2009), Ryan Palmer (2010), Russell Henley (2013), Jimmy Walker (2014-15), Fabian Gomez (2016), Thomas (2017), Patton Kizzire (2018) and Kuchar (2019) are set to tee it up. Eight Presidents Cup participants will be in the field.

Sony Open Winners Have Traditionally Played at Kapalua

How important is it to participate in both ends of the Hawaii swing? Since the Sentry Tournament of Champions moved back to Hawaii 21 years ago, 15 of 21 Sony Open winners have also played at Kapalua the week before.

Kuchar is back to try to retain his title after winning here a year ago with a four-shot victory over Andrew Putnam. Kuchar bogeyed three of his first five holes on Sunday but went 6 under on his final 10 holes after making the turn. It was just the second time in Kuchar’s career that he won twice in the same campaign. Only four golfers have won back to back at the Sony Open – Hubert Green (1978-79), Corey Pavin (1986-87), Ernie Els (2003-04) and Jimmy Walker (2014-15).

The course, a 7,044-yard par 70, is serving as a venue on the PGA Tour for the 55th consecutive year, a record topped by just three other tracks.

For more PGA Tour betting information, head over to our golf page. Here’s a look at the book’s full list of odds:

2020 Sony Open Odds
  • Justin Thomas +500
  • Patrick Reed +1200
  • Webb Simpson +1200
  • Collin Morikawa +1600
  • Hideki Matsuyama +1600
  • Sungjae Im +2000
  • Matt Kuchar +2200
  • Joaquin Niemann +2500
  • Abraham Ancer +4000
  • Alex Noren +4000
  • Charles Howell III +4000
  • Corey Conners +4000
  • J.T. Poston +4000
  • Kevin Kisner +4000
  • Marc Leishman +4000
  • Andrew Putnam +5000
  • Brandt Snedeker +5000
  • Brendon Todd +5000
  • Brian Harman +5000
  • Cameron Smith +5000
  • Chez Reavie +5000
  • Brian Stuard +6600
  • Dylan Frittelli +6600
  • Sebastian Munoz +6600
  • Aaron Wise +8000
  • Carlos Ortiz +8000
  • Emiliano Grillo +8000
  • Kevin Na +8000
  • Lanto Griffin +8000
  • Pat Perez +8000
  • Rory Sabbatini +8000
  • Russell Knox +8000
  • Ryan Palmer +8000
  • Shugo Imahira +8000
  • Vaughn Taylor +8000
  • Brian Gay +10000
  • Daniel Berger +10000
  • Keegan Bradley +10000
  • Kyle Stanley +10000
  • Matt Jones +10000
  • Scott Piercy +10000
  • Zach Johnson +10000
  • Adam Long +12500
  • Brice Garnett +12500
  • Bud Cauley +12500
  • Fabian Gomez +12500
  • Joel Dahmen +12500
  • Keith Mitchell +12500
  • Nate Lashley +12500
  • Patton Kizzire +12500
  • Russell Henley +12500
  • Ryan Armour +12500
  • Sung Kang +12500
  • Tyler Duncan +12500
  • Charley Hoffman +15000
  • Chris Kirk +15000
  • D.J. Trahan +15000
  • Graeme McDowell +15000
  • Harry Higgs +15000
  • Henrik Norlander +15000
  • Jimmy Walker +15000
  • Kevin Tway +15000
  • Luke List +15000
  • Nick Taylor +15000
  • Talor Gooch +15000
  • Xinjun Zhang +15000
  • Zac Blair +15000
  • Aaron Baddeley +20000
  • Adam Schenk +20000
  • Andrew Landry +20000
  • Cameron Davis +20000
  • Cameron Percy +20000
  • Chesson Hadley +20000
  • David Hearn +20000
  • Doc Redman +20000
  • Hank Lebioda +20000
  • Hudson Swafford +20000
  • Kramer Hickok +20000
  • Kristoffer Ventura +20000
  • Kyoung-Hoon Lee +20000
  • Mark Hubbard +20000
  • Michael Thompson +20000
  • Peter Malnati +20000
  • Robby Shelton +20000
  • Robert Streb +20000
  • Sam Burns +20000
  • Sam Ryder +20000
  • Scott Brown +20000
  • Troy Merritt +20000
  • Anirban Lahiri +25000
  • Bo Hoag +25000
  • Brendan Steele +25000
  • Chase Seiffert +25000
  • J.J. Spaun +25000
  • James Hahn +25000
  • Jason Dufner +25000
  • Mackenzie Hughes +25000
  • Matt Every +25000
  • Matthew Nesmith +25000
  • Patrick Rodgers +25000
  • Roger Sloan +25000
  • Scott Harrington +25000
  • Tom Hoge +25000
  • Ben Martin +30000
  • Brandon Hagy +30000
  • Doug Ghim +30000
  • Graham DeLaet +30000
  • Jerry Kelly +30000
  • Jim Herman +30000
  • Joseph Bramlett +30000
  • Jamie Lovemark +30000
  • Rikuya Hoshino +30000
  • Rob Oppenheim +30000
  • Satosshi Kodaira +30000
  • Sepp Straka +30000
  • Tyler McCumber +30000
  • Ben Taylor +40000
  • Chris Baker +40000
  • Mark Anderson +40000
  • Mikumu Horikawa +40000
  • Rafael Campos +40000
  • Rhein Gibson +40000
  • Ryan Brehm +40000
  • Ryuko Tokimatsu +40000
  • Ted Potter Jr. +40000
  • Tim Wilkinson +40000
  • Will Gordon +40000
  • Bo Van Pelt +50000
  • Colt Knost +50000
  • Kazuki Higa +50000
  • Michael Gligic +50000
  • Smylie Kaufman +50000
  • Tomoyo Ikemura +50000
  • Toru Nakajima +50000
  • Vijay Singh +50000
  • Martin Trainer +75000
  • Michael Gellerman +75000
  • Parker McLachlin +75000
  • Alex Beach +100000
  • Eric Dugas +100000
  • Tyler Ota +100000
Odds as of January 8 at Bovada