Ludvig Aberg is favored in the Sony Open Odds

2024 Sony Open Odds: Aberg Carries Shortest Odds

The PGA Tour returns to action this week at the 2024 Sony Open in Hawaii. Taking place at Waialae Country Club, the Sony Open will welcome the first full-field event of the 2024 season as players position themselves for signature events over the next month.

The top-five finishers between the Sony Open and the Farmers Insurance Open will gain entry into the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am with the top five between this week and the WM Phoenix Open also getting into the Genesis Invitational. Some of those players already in the field for the first two signature events of the season include this week’s tournament favorite Ludvig Aberg at +1200, Matt Fitzpatrick at +1400, Tyrrell Hatton at +1400 and Georgia Bulldogs Brian Harman and Russell Henley at +2000.

Each of these players teed it up last week at The Sentry which should bode well for their chances on the par 70. In fact, nine of the last 11 winners of the Sony Open had played in The Sentry the week prior. This trend arises from two aspects as (1) the best players on the PGA Tour tend to play in The Sentry and (2) competitive rounds after a long offseason have proven to be invaluable.

Who Is Favored To Win The Sony Open?

2024 Sony Open Odds
Ludvig Aberg+1200
Matt Fitzpatrick+1400
Tyrrell Hatton+1400
Brian Harman+2000
Corey Conners+2500
Chris Kirk+2500
Eric Cole+3000
J.T. Poston+3000
Sahith Theegala+3000
Will Zalatoris+3500

2024 Sony Open Betting Picks

Russell Henley To Win (+2000)

Henley has done just about everything at the Sony Open and another win at Waialae Country Club seems certain.

After shaking off the rust at The Sentry where he finished T52, Henley should be ready to go at a golf course that is a much better course for his skillset. Winning this tournament in 2013, the 34-year-old has come close since mainly with his playoff loss to Matsuyama in 2022 when he endured an abysmal back nine on Sunday to cough up the lead.

He arrives this time with his game in tow as he ranks second in total strokes gained, second in strokes gained tee-to-green, first in driving accuracy, eighth in strokes gained approach and seventh in strokes gained around the green over the last 12 months. The putter will need to see an uptick in performance, but Henley has shown he is comfortable on these fast, flat greens before.

Corey Conners To Win (+2500)

It is not often a Canadian thrives in Hawaii, but Conners has bucked this conventional trend.

Conners ranked inside the top 10 last week at The Sentry in strokes gained tee-to-green, strokes gained off the tee and strokes gained approach. He comes into the Sony Open with his ball-striking in top form and it couldn’t come at a better time as he has been the model of consistency at Waialae Country Club throughout his career.

The 32-year-old is a perfect 5-for-5 making the cut at the Sony Open with four straight top-12 finishes. In these starts, Conners has performed admirably on the greens, and should that continue this week, his third PGA Tour victory will be a real possibility. 

Harris English To Win (+4000)

It’s been a steady climb back to relevance for English since his hip surgery two years ago, and he finally looks like the golfer he once was.

Contending at The Sentry, the Georgia Bulldog fell off the pace over the weekend to finish T14 in a what was a nice start to kick off 2024. While things haven’t fallen his way at the Sony Open, English has shown consistency around the par 70 with five straight made cuts and steady gains with the putter in hand.

A proven winner, English continues to putt the ball well and is just a solid ball-striking performance away from once again raising a trophy come Sunday.

Adam Hadwin To Win (+5000)

The 36-year-old hasn’t played much since the summer, but when he has, he has been a factor. Hadwin finished T-16 at the FedEx St. Jude Championship at TPC Southwind – another short golf course with Bermuda grass throughout – before a runner-up result at the Shriners Children’s Open and a T-14 finish last week at The Sentry.

Hadwin should bring the form from Maui to Honolulu as Waialae Country Club presents a much better fit for his accurate driving and adequate long iron play. Hadwin will make his first Sony Open appearance in four years and will be a fixture on this leaderboard if his iron play decides to show up.

Keegan Bradley To Win (+5500)

A two-time winner in 2023, Bradley looks a bit long in his second start of 2024.

Striking the ball beautifully at The Sentry, Bradley continued his long-term form of success as he ranks 11th in this field in total strokes gained over the last 12 months. With a pair of top-12 finishes at the Sony Open in his last four appearances, Bradley has shown his game can get the job done at Waialae Country Club.

He has struggled on the greens in those finishes, so just a solid putting performance should allow the former PGA Championship winner to rise a bit higher on the leaderboard.

Andew Putnam Top-20 Finish (+220)

Putnam has made 4-of-5 cuts at the Sony Open with a pair of top-five finishes to show for it. A shorter hitter who thrives on golf courses where fairways and greens are required, Putnam will feel much more comfortable this week compared to last.

Over the last year, he ranks inside the top 25 in total strokes gained and inside the top 20 in driving accuracy, strokes gained approach and strokes gained putting. If his long-term statistics hold strong, Putnam should be in store for another top-20 finish at the Sony Open.

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