The Northern Trust Betting Odds: Top Ten Most Wagered Golfers This Week

We take a look at the top ten most backed golfers at TPC Boston this week. There's a couple of very surprising names in the list.
Sam Eaton
Wed, August 19, 1:49 AM

We've taken a look at the most-backed golfer's ahead of the Northern Trust at TPC Boston this weekend. Click the best odds to place bets.

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  1. Jason Day – 10.2% of bets

Northern Trust Best Odds: +2300
Northern Trust Worst Odds: +1800

Jason Day was leading after the opening round at the PGA Championship but ended up finishing T4 after a disappointing Saturday. That was the Australians fourth top ten finish in a row which will have gone some way to ease any on-going injury concerns with online bettors.

  1. Patrick Reed – 6.1% of bets

Northern Trust Best Odds: +3000
Northern Trust Worst Odds: +2200

The setup at this course looks perfect for Patrick Reed, and even though there are plenty of golf bettors who refuse to back Patrick Reed, he’s still the second most backed player at the Northern Trust. Reed has three top 20 finishes in his last four starts, which includes a T9 at the Wyndham Championship.

  1. Bryson DeChambeau – 5.3% of bets

Northern Trust Best Odds: +1200
Northern Trust Worst Odds: +1000

Online bettors will be divided heading to TPC Boston this weekend, they’ll either concentrate on cracking iron players or focus purely on bombers. DeChambeau isn’t a one-trick pony but definitely falls into the latter category.

  1. Tony Finau – 3.7% of bets

Northern Trust Best Odds: +3300
Northern Trust Worst Odds: +2800

It wouldn’t be a normal week if Tony Finau wasn’t in the most-backed PGA Tour golfers. Obviously, Finau should have a lot more tour victories to his name, however, the American is harshly treated, with many ignoring his consistency. Finau has three top-five finishes in his last four events.

  1. Matthew Wolff – 3.5% of bets

Northern Trust Best Odds: +6000
Northern Trust Worst Odds: +5000

Matthew Wolff went under the radar at the PGA Championship and almost snatched the victory at huge odds. Despite his odds being much shorter for the Northern Trust, bettors aren’t missing the opportunity this time around.

  1. Tyrrell Hatton – 3.5% of bets

Northern Trust Best Odds: +5500
Northern Trust Worst Odds: +4600

It wasn’t too long ago Tyrrell Hatton would have been priced around the 33/1 mark for an event like this. A couple of poor performances have pushed his odds back, value which hasn’t been unnoticed by online bettors.

  1. Billy Horschel – 3.2% of bets

Northern Trust Best Odds: +6000
Northern Trust Worst Odds: +5000

Billy’s hot putter wasn’t enough to get him over the line last week at the Wyndham Championship. The 33-year-old is in good enough form, but this is a much tougher task.

  1. Adam Scott – 3% of bets

Northern Trust Best Odds: +4500
Northern Trust Worst Odds:  +4000

Adam Scott made an encouraging return to the PGA Tour at the PGA Championship finishing T22. If the Australian had been playing more regularly, you’d imagine his odds would be considerably shorter.

  1. Cameron Champ – 2.9% of bets

Northern Trust Best Odds: +9000
Northern Trust Worst Odds: +6600

Cameron Champ fits the bombers category discussed earlier, however, he did show there’s plenty more to his game at the PGA Championship.

  1. Jordan Spieth – 2.5% of bets

Northern Trust Best Odds: +8000
Northern Trust Worst Odds: +6600

Jordan Spieth will be well supported each week. The bookmakers will continue to put big odds on offer and online bettors will continue to dream of the comeback.

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Northern Trust Betting Odds 

Bryson DeChambeau +1200

Justin Thomas +1400

Rory McIlroy +1400

Jon Rahm +1600

Dustin Johnson +2000

Collin Morikawa +2200

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