The 2020 RBC Heritage begins tomorrow, as a strong collection of golfers will be competing for a $1.278 million winner’s check at Harbour Town Golf Links in Hilton Head, South Carolina.
After Rory McIlroy opened atop the odds board by himself at 12/1, there’s a new favorite at William Hill. Bryson DeChambeau now leads the way at 12/1, with McIlroy right behind at 13/1. DeChambeau was originally tied for the second-lowest odds at 15/1 with Justin Thomas and the field (any others).
DeChambeau stands alone, though, for the action he’s been generating. He’s received 11% of the total dollars wagered to win the RBC Heritage, with the next-highest percentage belonging to Justin Rose (15/1) at 6%. Webb Simpson (20/1), Sungjae Im (25/1) and Patrick Reed (25/1) have all captured 5% of the total dollars wagered.
The largest 2020 RBC Heritage wager placed thus far at William Hill was also on DeChambeau. A Nevada bettor placed $1,500 on him at 15/1, which could result in a total payout of $24,000.
For total number of tickets, Xander Schauffele (20/1) leads the way at 5%. Schauffele, just edges out several golfers who have currently gotten 4%—DeChambeau, Rose, Thomas, Simpson, Im and Reed.
McIlroy, meanwhile, has generated 3% of the total number of tickets and 4% of the total dollars wagered.
Regarding longshots, another Nevada bettor placed $500 on Charley Hoffman 200/1 for a potential total payout of $100,500—the largest one thus far at William Hill for this tournament. Hoffman is now listed at 125/1 odds.
Besides having futures odds up for 97 golfers plus the field, William Hill also has 20 head-to-head matchup props and five first-round score props available.
Check out the latest trends at William Hill for the 2020 RBC Heritage, as well as the 40 golfers with the lowest odds at William Hill to win and some of the props available.
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