The PGA season is nearing its end, as the three-week FedEx Cup playoffs begins on Thursday.
The first of three tournaments is the Northern Trust, where the top-125 golfers in FedEx points all qualify to play at TPC Boston. In order to advance to next week’s BMW Championship, a golfer must rank within the top 70. The Northern Trust is a great way to move up the standings, though, as the winner will receive 1,500 points, triple the amount of a regular tournament.
William Hill has futures odds posted for 99 golfers plus the field (all others) for this week’s event, with Justin Thomas and Bryson DeChambeau currently atop the board as 12/1 co-favorites.
Thomas is No. 1 in the FedEx Cup standings, leading second-place Collin Morikawa by 556 points. Thomas is also the +325 favorite at William Hill to win the FedEx Cup. DeChambeau, meanwhile, ranks fourth in the FedEx Cup standings and trails Thomas by 801 points.
Rory McIlroy and Jon Rahm are next at 14/1 apiece, followed by Dustin Johnson and Jason Day each at 18/1. Patrick Reed, last year’s Northern Trust champion, is tied for the 10th-lowest odds at 30/1 with Brooks Koepka, Webb Simpson and Patrick Cantlay. Behind those four is Tiger Woods, who resides at 35/1 with Tony Finau, Daniel Berger and Adam Scott.
It’s a couple of long shots, however, that have attracted notable early wagers.
One Nevada bettor placed $1,000 on Jordan Spieth 70/1 for a total potential payout of $71,000, which is the largest thus far at William Hill for the Northern Trust. Spieth is now priced at 50/1.
Lower down the board, another Nevada bettor put down $300 on Cameron Champ 90/1 for a total potential payout of $27,300. Champ had a top-10 finish at the PGA Championship earlier this month.
William Hill also has 20 head-to-head tournament matchups posted, including Thomas (-110) vs. DeChambeau (-110), McIlroy (-115) vs. Rahm (-105) and Woods (-110) vs. Adam Scott (-110).
Check out the lowest odds to win the 2020 Northern Trust at William Hill below.
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