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Among the 124 golfers who competed at the Northern Trust, 70 of them have moved on to the next leg of the FedEx Cup Playoffs: the BMW Championship.
William Hill Nevada has futures up for the 69 golfers in this field, with Patrick Reed withdrawing from the tournament after being hospitalized with pneumonia. Starting on Thursday, those golfers will be competing for the 30 spots in next week’s Tour Championship and a $15 million prize for winning the FedEx Cup title.
Tony Finau triumphed over Cameron Smith in the Northern Trust playoff on Monday, and Finau rewarded William Hill bettors who backed him at 60/1. Will another longshot emerge this weekend at Caves Valley Golf Club in Owings Mills, Maryland?
Jon Rahm closed as the 10/1 favorite to win the Northern Trust, and he’s once again at the top at William Hill Nevada for the BMW Championship. Rahm currently leads the way at +700, with Xander Schauffele serving as the next-closest golfer with 18/1 odds. Rahm prevailed over Johnson in a playoff to take home last year’s BMW Championship.
Justin Thomas and Bryson DeChambeau are tied for the third-lowest odds at 20/1, followed by Johnson, Jordan Spieth, Collin Morikawa and Patrick Cantlay all at 22/1. Thomas opened at 22/1 before his price slightly dropped, while DeChambeau and Cantlay were originally at 30/1.
Since the BMW Championship futures were released this morning, DeChambeau is the early leader in the clubhouse in total number of tickets (7%) and total dollars wagered (23%).
Finau and Smith were tied after 72 holes at the Northern Trust, and they’re tied here in odds as well at 25/1 each. Brooks Koepka is next at 28/1, with Rory McIlroy and Louis Oosthuizen right behind at 30/1. Koepka has gone from 30/1 to 28/1, whereas McIlroy has improved from 35/1 to 30/1.
Paul Casey is nearby at 33/1, and then five more golfers are listed at 35/1: Corey Conners, Scottie Scheffler, Webb Simpson, Viktor Hovland and Daniel Berger.
Regarding longshots, there are also 29 players with odds of 100/1 or higher. The longest odds belong to Matt Jones and Robert Streb, who are at 250/1 apiece.
Check out William Hill’s latest odds for the 2021 BMW Championship below.