WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational Odds, Trends: DeChambeau Attracting Most Money

Several of the world’s top golfers are neck-and-neck at the top of the odds board to win this week’s WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational.

Justin Thomas and Bryson DeChambeau remain the 10/1 co-favorites, with Jon Rahm and Rory McIlroy next at 12/1 apiece. Webb Simpson and Xander Schauffele follow at 17/1 and 18/1 respectively, while defending WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational champion Brooks Koepka has the eighth-lowest odds at 22/1. 

But who has been drawing the most attention from William Hill bettors?

In terms of total dollars wagered, it’s DeChambeau leading the field at 9%. That includes one Nevada bettor placing $1,000 on DeChambeau 10/1 for a potential total payout of $11,000, which is the largest wager placed for the event as of now at William Hill. McIlroy ranks second in total dollars wagered at 8%, with Thomas close behind at 6%. 

The golfer who is tops in total number of tickets, though, is further down the board. 

Viktor Hovland is tied for the 11th-lowest odds at 28/1 with Daniel Berger, yet he’s first with 5% of the total number of tickets. 

Six others have received 4% of the total number of tickets: Schauffele, Koepka, Berger, Tyrrell Hatton (30/1), Tony Finau (30/1) and Patrick Reed (35/1). 

There have also been a couple of long shots attracting notable action as well.

The WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational futures wager with the largest potential total payout thus far has come in on Jordan Spieth. Spieth, who is currently 40/1, drew a $700 bet back when he was priced at 45/1 for a total potential payout of $32,200. 

There are three golfers with odds higher than 50/1 who have generated at least 2% of the total number of tickets and total dollars wagered: Matthew Wolff (3%/2%), Sungjae Im (2%/2%) and Max Homa (3%/2%). All of them have seen their price shift from the opening number, as Wolff went from 70/1 to 65/1, Im shifted from 80/1 to 65/1 and Homa moved from 100/1 to 90/1.

William Hill also has 20 head-to-head tournament matchups available, highlighted by Rahm (-130) vs. Thomas (+110) and McIlroy (-130) vs. DeChambeau.

Check out William Hill’s latest trends as well as the 40 golfers with the lowest odds to win the 2020 WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational below, which is available to bet in Nevada, New Jersey and Iowa.

TO WIN 2020 WGC-FEDEX ST. JUDE INVITATIONAL @WILLIAMHILLUSCURRENT ODDS (7/29/20)
BRYSON DECHAMBEAU10/1
JUSTIN THOMAS10/1
JON RAHM12/1
RORY MCILROY12/1
WEBB SIMPSON 17/1
XANDER SCHAUFFELE18/1
PATRICK CANTLAY20/1
BROOKS KOEPKA22/1
COLLIN MORIKAWA25/1
DUSTIN JOHNSON25/1
VIKTOR HOVLAND28/1
DANIEL BERGER28/1
TYRRELL HATTON30/1
HIDEKI MATSUYAMA30/1
TONY FINAU 30/1
PATRICK REED35/1
MATTHEW FITZPATRICK35/1
JASON DAY40/1
TOMMY FLEETWOOD40/1
JORDAN SPIETH 40/1
BILLY HORSCHEL45/1
GARY WOODLAND45/1
RICKIE FOWLER45/1
ABRAHAM ANCER45/1
MARC LEISHMAN60/1
SERGIO GARCIA60/1
MATT KUCHAR65/1
SUNGJAE IM 65/1
MATTHEW WOLFF65/1
JOAQUIN NIEMANN70/1
IAN POULTER80/1
HENRIK STENSON80/1
KEVIN STREELMAN80/1
PAUL CASEY 80/1
KEVIN NA90/1
DANNY WILLETT90/1
MAX HOMA90/1
ADAM HADWIN100/1
BUBBA WATSON100/1
PHIL MICKELSON100/1
WGC-FEDEX ST. JUDE INVITATIONAL TOURNEY MATCHUPCURRENT MONEY LINE ODDS 7/29/20
JON RAHM-130
JUSTIN THOMAS+110
WGC-FEDEX ST. JUDE INVITATIONAL TOURNEY MATCHUPCURRENT MONEY LINE ODDS 7/29/20
RORY MCILROY-130
BRYSON DECHAMBEAU+110
WGC-FEDEX ST. JUDE INVITATIONAL TOURNEY MATCHUPCURRENT MONEY LINE ODDS 7/29/20
PATRICK CANTLAY-110
WEBB SIMPSON-110
WGC-FEDEX ST. JUDE INVITATIONAL TOURNEY MATCHUPCURRENT MONEY LINE ODDS 7/29/20
JORDAN SPIETH-110
RICKIE FOWLER-110
WGC-FEDEX ST. JUDE INVITATIONAL TOURNEY MATCHUPCURRENT MONEY LINE ODDS 7/29/20
DANIEL BERGER-110
BROOKS KOEPKA-110

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