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2021 Fortinet Championship Odds: Can a 100/1 Bet Pay Off?

The 2021-22 PGA Tour Season kicks off with the Fortinet Championship. Though a number of the world's top golfers are teeing it up this weekend, can a 100/1 longshot come away victorious?
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2021 Fortinet Championship Odds: Can a 100/1 Bet Pay Off?

After a thrilling finish to the 2020-21 PGA season that saw Patrick Cantlay eke out a one-shot victory over Jon Rahm, we got two weeks off from Tour action -- but fret not, the 2021-22 season is upon us!

Kicking off the new season will be the Fortinet Championship, and there's no shortage of elite names to choose from.

As you'll see, the Fortinet Championship odds have Jon Rahm in his own tier, and he's then followed by a tier of five golfers in a similar range -- and then there's everyone else.

Rahm, the top-ranked player in the world, is one of only two Top-20 golfers to be participating in this tournament, the other being 2021 Green Jacket winner Hideki Matsuyama.

Keep reading for a full 2021 Fortinet Champion Odds and course breakdown.

The Latest 2021 Fortinet Championship Odds

GolferFortinet Championship Odds
Jon Rahm+410
Webb Simpson+1600
Kevin Na+2000
Hideki Matsuyama+2200
Will Zalatoris+2500
Cameron Tringale+4000
Harold Varner+4000
Cameron Champ+4500
Charley Hoffman+5000
Marc Leishman+5000
Sebastian Munoz+5000
Si-Woo Kim+5000
Emiliano Grillo+6000
Maverick McNealy+6000
Max Homa+6600
Chez Reavie+6600
Doug Ghim+7000
Mito Pereira+7000
Brendan Steele+10000
Phil Mickelson+10000

View the full odds for the 2021 Fortinet Championship here

2021 Fortinet Championship Course Breakdown

  • Course: Silverado Resort and Spa (North)
  • Location: Napa, CA
  • Date: Sep. 16-19, 2021
  • Par: 72 / Yardage 7,123
  • Greens: Poa annua and bentgress
  • TV: Golf Channel
  • Live Streaming: NBCSports.com/live, NBC Sports App, and PGA Tour Live

According to DataGolf's Course Fit Tool, driving will be key at Silverado Resort and Spa (North) -- and that goes for both distance and accuracy. As per usual, Strokes Gained: Approach should prove to be a key indicator.

Formerly the Safeway Open, the last five winners here have been Stewart Cink (-21), Cameron Champ (-17), Kevin Tway (-14), Brendan Steele (-15), and Brendan Steele (-18).

2021 Fortinet Championship Predictions & Betting Picks

Given Steele's history at this course -- four top-25 finishes, two wins, and zero missed cuts since 2014 -- it's hard to completely ignore him at 100/1 odds. And yes, I'm aware that he's missed the cut in four of his last five tournaments -- but at that price, I don't care.

Aside from Steele, I'd also throw some bets at Kevin Na (20/1) and Chez Reavie (66/1).


The Senior Editor at OddsChecker, Elisha is an experienced fantasy and betting analyst. According to BettingPros, he was was one of the most accurate betting experts in 2019, ranking second in moneyline picks and 13th against the spread. Originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, his best skill is his ability to spell "Antetokounmpo" without looking. You can follow Elisha on Twitter at @ElishaTwerski.


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