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2023 Players Championship Odds, Predictions, Past Winners and Where to Watch

The 2023 Players Championship odds have multiple golfers with incredible value. Jon Conahan breaks it down with the latest Players Championship odds.
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2023 Players Championship Odds, Predictions, Past Winners and Where to Watch

The 2023 PGA Tour season is fully underway as the Players Championship will take place on March 9-12. Outside of Tiger Woods, nearly every top golfer in the world will play in the event. The Players Championship is typically the biggest event for the PGA and that doesn't look to be changing this year.

The Players Championship will take place at the Players Stadium Course.

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Let's break down the latest Players Championship odds and see who the oddsmakers think will win the event.

Players Championship Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

  • Date: March 9-12
  • Start Time: 8 am ET
  • Where to Watch: ESPN+, NBC, Golf Channel

Click here for the latest 2023 Players Championship odds

Players Championship Odds

GolferOdds
Jon Rahm+900
Rory Mcilroy+900
Scottie Scheffler+1100
Patrick Cantlay+1800
Justin Thomas+2000
Max Homa+2200
Xander Schauffele2500
Collin Morikawa+2800
Tony Finau+2800
Viktor Hovland+2800
Jordan Spieth+3300
Tyrrell Hatton+3500
Will Zalatoris+3500
Jason Day+3600

As we can see from the Players Championship odds, Jon Rahm and Rory Mcilroy are the favorites at +900. Rory has been on a tear during the 2022-23 season, winning The American Express, Genesis Invitational, and Sentry Tournament of Champions.

Mcilroy has found a ton of success in 2022-23 but has only won the CJ CUP in South Carolina. Still, he just finished second at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, proving that he's right there to win any tournament.

Some of the other golfers in the latest Players Championship odds give bettors a chance to make a killing. Justin Thomas, Max Homa, Jordan Spieth, and others are all at least +2000. A $100 bet would bring home $2100 for these bettors.

Given the fact that Mcilroy and Thomas have won the event in the past, taking them to do so once again isn't a bad idea.

Players Championship Betting Data

GolferBetting%
Patrick Cantlay6.34%
Jason Day6.16%
Justin Thomas5.47%
Shane Lowry4.59%
Keegan Bradley4.3%

The Players Championship odds could change leading up to the tournament if bettors continue to hammer certain guys.

Patrick Cantlay has the most bets placed on him at 6.34%. Cantlay finished third at the Genesis Open and fourth at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. If he can catch a break and continue playing as he has, winning the Players Championship isn't out of the equation.

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Jason Day currently has the second most bets placed on him with 6.16%. Day has +3600 odds, which might be too good to pass up. He finished fifth at the Phoenix Open and had two top-10 finishes at the Genesis Open and Arnold Palmer Invitational. Similar to Cantlay, Day is a few breaks away from possibly winning a tournament.

Others include Justin Thomas(5.47%) - Shane Lowry (4.59%) - Keegan Bradley (4.3%) in the latest public betting data.

Players Championship Past Winners

YearWinner
2022Cameron Smith
2021Justin Thomas
2019Rory Mcilroy
2018Webb Simpson
2017Kim Si-woo
2016Jason Day
2015Rickie Fowler
2014Martin Kaymer
2013Tiger Woods
2012Matt Kuchar
2011K.J. Choi
2010Tim Clark

Some of the past winners include Justin Thomas, Rory Mcilroy, Cameron Smith, Jason Day, Tiger Woods, and K.J. Choi. That's multiple golfers that will have a chance to become a two-time winner of the Players Championship.

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An Editor and Analyst for OddsChecker, Jon Conahan has been covering all major sports since 2019. He is a 2022 graduate of the Bellisario School of Journalism at Penn State University and previously played D1 baseball.

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