Wyndham Championship Betting Odds & Picks: Top 5 Most Backed Golfers This Week
The field we’ll see this week on the PGA Tour is better than normally witnessed at the Wyndham Championship, but as expected a downgrade on last week’s PGA Championship. However, in the betting world it doesn’t matter if you win money on the Wyndham Championship or the PGA Championship, it’s all the same. Therefore, we’ve picked out the top five most wagered golfers for the Wyndham Championship:
1. Kevin Kisner - 7.65% of Wagers
Despite being +3500 in the betting market, Kevin Kisner has been the most wagered player to date in the Wyndham Championship betting market. The thirty-six-year-old finished with a 67 at the PGA Championship last week which put him in T19. He’s been in relatively decent form since the re-start, and managed to finish 3rd in the Rocket Mortgage Classic. He’s got good form at the Wyndham Championship, which includes shooting a 63 back in 2016.
2. Si-Woo Kim - 6.04% of Wagers
Si-Woo Kim shot four rounds under 70 at the PGA Championship, and despite never really being in contention still managed to finish T13. He’s another player who has been in good form since the re-start, Si-Woo Kim has three top twenty finished since missing the cut at the RBC Heritage. The Korean is +3500 to be victorious at the Wyndham Championship.
3. Webb Simpson - 5.53% of Wagers
Webb Simpson’s game shapes up beautifully for this course, which is exactly the reason he’s been installed as the +1000 favorite. This price-tag would have put a lot of bettors off, but there’s still a good percentage willing to part with their money on Simpson. Webb Simpson has been in cracking form in 2020, he’s won the Waste Management Phoenix Open, and then won the RBC Heritage following the re-start.
4. Will Gordon - 4.47% of Wagers
Potentially the most interesting on the list. Will Gordon’s unlike the other players found here, in that he’s currently a massive +12500 in the Wyndham Championship betting market. The twenty-four-year-old finished T3 at the Travelers Championship which was his best result on the PGA Tour to date. His only other top ten finish came at the RSM Classic.
5. Harris English - 4.26% of Wagers
Harris English is currently sitting around the +2500 mark in the Wyndham Championship betting. The American has been one of the most consistent golfers since the re-start. He’s finished between T13 and T19 in the last four events, which includes shooting 66 on the final day of the PGA Championship to snatch T19.
Webb Simpson +1000
Brooks Koepka +1200
Patrick Reed +1400
Tommy Fleetwood +1800
Paul Casey +2000
Justin Rose +2200