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The PGA Tour rolls on to Greensboro, North Carolina, as the 2021 Wyndham Championship is set to tee off on Thursday.
William Hill Nevada has futures posted for 98 golfers plus the field (all others) for this upcoming tournament, with Webb Simpson leading the charge at 11/1. He had opened at 12/1 before he was slightly lowered to his current number.
Simpson has posted strong results of late at Sedgefield Country Club, as he’s finished tied for third, second, tied for second and third in his past four Wyndham Championships. He also won the event back in 2011.
Hideki Matsuyama (14/1) and Louis Oosthuizen (18/1) are the only other golfers lower than 20/1. Oosthuizen currently leads all golfers with 5% of the total number of tickets.
Brian Harman and Sungjae Im are tied for the fourth-lowest odds at 22/1, followed by Will Zalatoris and the field (all others) at 25/1 apiece. Im and Harman are the big movers among the names near the top of the board, as they were first listed at 35/1 and 30/1 respectively.
Jason Kokrak is next at 28/1, with Russell Henley and Robert MacIntyre at 35/1 each. Matthew Wolff and Kevin Na are both at 40/1, while eight golfers are at 45/1: Zach Johnson, Sebastian Munoz, Brandt Snedeker, Gary Woodland, Kevin Streelman, Seamus Power, Tommy Fleetwood and Si Woo Kim.
Yet, a longshot leads in total dollars wagered early on. Brendon Todd opened at 90/1 and has gone all the way down to 55/1. He’s drawn 7% of the total dollars wagered, highlighted by a Nevada bettor putting $500 on him at 90/1 for a total potential payout of $45,500.
A few others further down the board have also gotten a $500 bet: Munoz at 60/1 ($30,500 total potential payout), Harold Varner III at 75/1 ($38,000 total potential payout) and Michael Thompson at 150/1 ($75,500 total potential payout). Varner III is now at 60/1 and Thompson is at 100/1.
Check out the golfers with the lowest odds to win the 2021 Wyndham Championship at William Hill Nevada below.