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Odds to Win the Tour Championship

A course scenic view of East Lake during the first round of the TOUR Championship, the final event of the FedExCup Playoffs, at East Lake Golf Club on September 21, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia.

After a long and grueling campaign, the 2017-18 PGA Tour season concludes this week when the Tour Championship gets underway at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, Georgia. The 30-man field is headlined by FedExCup points leader Bryson DeChambeau, but Justin Rose, Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy are the co-favorites at sportsbooks.

2017 Tour Championship winner Xander Schauffele is +2800 to go back to back.

At Bovada, Rose, Johnson and McIlroy are the +900 favorites, with Justin Thomas (+1100), Tiger Woods (+1200), Brooks Koepka (+1200), Rickie Fowler (+1800), DeChambeau (+1800), Tony Finau (+1800) and Hideki Matsuyama (+2000) rounding out the top 10. To find out which three players I’m picking to win, visit my Expert Picks article.

The winner of the Tour Championship receives a $10-million end-of-season bonus, so there’s plenty on the line for the small field. Phil Mickelson, who’s available at +5000 odds, is extending his appearance in the tournament to a record 20 years. Lefty will also become the first player to reach 45 FedExCup playoff starts. Noticeably absent on the leaderboard is Jordan Spieth, who narrowly missed the cut-off at 31st in the points standings.

DeChambeau is seeking his third playoff win

DeChambeau, who won both the Northern Trust and Dell Technologies Championship to start the playoffs, is looking to become the first man since Woods in 2009 to win from the No. 1 seed entering the Tour Championship. If not, he’ll join McIlroy (2012) and Jason Day (2015) to win two of the first three playoff events without capturing the big prize. The points reset for the event gives everyone a mathematical shot at the crown.

BMW Championship winner Keegan Bradley has a +5000 chance of going back to back in playoff events and sits at No. 6 in the overall points race. Only McIlroy (2016) has won one of the first three playoff stops but still needed help to win the overall title. Xander Schauffele went all the way at the 2017 Tour Championship, becoming the first rookie to win the season finale in PGA Tour history. Schauffele has a +2800 shot of winning the hardware this time around.

The course, a 7,385-yard par 70, has been the annual host of the Tour Championship since 2004 and first came to East Lake in 1998. Woods’ 257 72-hole performance in 2007 stands as the course record, while Zach Johnson’s 60 in the third round of the 2007 tournament remains the 18-hole record.

2018 Tour Championship Odds

Odds as of September 20 at Bovada

  • Justin Rose +900
  • Dustin Johnson +900
  • Rory McIlroy +900
  • Justin Thomas +1100
  • Tiger Woods +1200
  • Brooks Koepka +1200
  • Rickie Fowler +1800
  • Bryson DeChambeau +1800
  • Tony Finau +1800
  • Hideki Matsuyama +2000
  • Francesco Molinari +2500
  • Jason Day +2500
  • Tommy Fleetwood +2500
  • Xander Schauffele +2800
  • Billy Horschel +2800
  • Jon Rahm +2800
  • Webb Simpson +2800
  • Patrick Cantlay +4000
  • Patrick Reed +4000
  • Paul Casey +4000
  • Bubba Watson +4500
  • Phil Mickelson +5000
  • Keegan Bradley +5000
  • Gary Woodland +5000
  • Marc Leishman +5500
  • Cameron Smith +6600
  • Kyle Stanley +6600
  • Aaron Wise +6600
  • Kevin Na +8000
  • Patton Kizzire +25000

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