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Odds To Win: 2018 WGC-Dell Match Play

The PGA Tour wrapped up its Florida Swing last week at Bay Hill, and it’s now on to Texas for a two-stop run up to the Masters. The first tournament is in Austin for this week’s WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play at the Pete Dye-designed Austin Country Club.

Dustin Johnson, Justin Thomas, Rory McIlroy

As a World Golf Championships event, the field in Austin is loaded with top-ranked players, including 64 of the top 70. Last week’s winner Rory McIlroy, who won this event in 2015, is the favorite this week at 7-1, just ahead of defending champion, and World No. 1, Dustin Johnson, who is offered at 8-1.

No one else in the field has odds with a payoff line in the single digits.


Bet on the WGC-DELL MATCH PLAY at Bovada


The next three favorites are World No. 2 Justin Thomas (11-1), 2016 Dell winner Jason Day (12-1), and last year’s runner-up Jon Rahm (12-1). World No. 4 Jordan Spieth is listed at 16-1, and the only other player with odds better than 20-1.
 
Two players entering off wins are next, with Paul Casey (Valspar) at 20-1 and Phil Mickelson at 25-1. Sergio Garcia and Patrick Reed are both offered at 28-1 and round out the top 10 favorites.


THE SKINNY

Tournament: WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play
Dates: March 21-25, 2018
Where: Austin, Texas
Course: Austin Country Club
Distance: Par 71, 7,108 yards
Architect: Pete Dye
Format: Match play, with three rounds of pool play, then 16-player single-elimination bracket
Purse: $10,000,000
Winning Share: $1,800,000
Defending Champion: Dustin Johnson 


ODDS: WGC-DELL MATCH PLAY

PlayerOdds
Rory McIlroy7-1
Dustin Johnson8-1
Justin Thomas11-1
Jason Day12-1
Jon Rahm12-1
Jordan Spieth16-1
Paul Casey20-1
Phil Mickelson25-1
Sergio Garcia28-1
Patrick Reed28-1
Alexander Noren33-1
Tommy Fleetwood33-1
Hideki Matsuyama35-1
Tyrrell Hatton35-1
Marc Leishman45-1
Patrick Cantlay45-1
Bubba Watson50-1
Rafael Cabrera Bello50-1
Louis Oosthuizen50-1
Branden Grace60-1
Gary Woodland66-1
Thomas Pieters66-1
Xander Schauffele66-1
Zach Johnson66-1
Tony Finau75-1
Matt Kuchar75-1
Luke List75-1
Kevin Chappell80-1
Daniel Berger80-1
Brian Harman80-1
Webb Simpson80-1
Pat Perez80-1
Kiradech Aphibarnrat80-1
Matthew Fitzpatrick100-1
Ross Fisher100-1
Dylan Frittelli100-1
Shubhankar Sharma100-1
Adam Hadwin100-1
Brendan Steele100-1
Charley Hoffman100-1
Francesco Molinari100-1
Kevin Kisner100-1
Kevin Na100-1
Cameron Smith100-1
Charles Howell III100-1
Russell Henley100-1
Charl Schwartzel125-1
Ian Poulter125-1
Kyle Stanley125-1
Patton Kizzire125-1
Chez Reavie125-1
Jason Dufner125-1
Keegan Bradley125-1
Alexander Levy125-1
Haotong Li125-1
James Hahn150-1
Si Woo Kim150-1
Bernd Wiesberger175-1
Peter Uihlein175-1
Jhonattan Vegas175-1
Julian Suri200-1
Miyazato Yusaku300-1
Satoshi Kodaira300-1
Yuta Ikeda300-1

Credits: Bovada, Getty Images


Jordan Thomas

Jordan Thomas is a Pro Golf Weekly producer and contributor. When not losing money at offshore gambling sites, Jordan performs research, crunches numbers, compiles content, and writes up quick-hit posts.

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