PGA Tour Betting – Charles Schwab Challenge at the Colonial CC
June 7, 2020
The PGA Tour restarts this week at the Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas. The Charles Schwab invitational has been played on the same course since 1946 which makes it the longest running tournament that has been played on the same course at the PGA Tour
A total of 120 players will battle it out from Thursday to Sunday and there are a few clear favorites to put on the Scottish tartan winner jacket on Sunday’s prize ceremony.
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Let’s jump into the odds for winners and top 10. The odds are from DraftKings and BetRivers. Notable is how DraftKings have boosted their winner odds across the board with around 10% compared to BetRivers. The Top 10 odds are alike.
Below you will find the odds on the top 15 favorites to win and/or end up in the top 10.
|Player||DraftKings Winner Odds||BetRivers Winner Odds||DraftKings Top 10||BetRivers Top 10|
The world number one, Rory McIlroy is the clear favorite to win at +800. His 2020 record is 6/6 top 5 positions. It’s been 3 months since the last PGA tour event and the current form of McIlroy is obviously difficult to predict but Rory is the world number one for a reason and betting on a top 10 or top 5 position (+225) seems like a good value.
Jon Rahm (+1100) is second favorite and the super talented Spaniard has taken his game to a new level in the last 12 months. Both Rahm and Justin Thomas (+1600) are looking to continue on the same good trend as in the beginning of the season.
Reigning Champion Kevin Na comes in at +5500 but very low chance the 4 PAG tour time winner will repeat last years success.
Brooks Koepka at +2500, Xander Schauffele at +2800 and Dustin Johnsson at +3000 should offer some good value.
Early season (or in this case restart of a season) betting is always a bit tricky so keep your bet amounts in shape to make sure your bankroll last longer.
For Charles Schwab Challenge we recommend DraftKings as your betting destination.