BMW Championship Odds: Top Ten Most Wagered Golfers This Week

We take a look at the top ten most backed golfers at Wentworth Club this week. There's a couple of very surprising names in the list.
Samuel Farley
Wed, August 26, 7:44 AM EDT

We've taken a look at the most-backed golfer's ahead of the BMW Championship at Wentworth Club this weekend. Click the best odds to place bets.

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  1. Xander Schauffele – 7.77% of bets

BMW Championship Best Odds: +1600
BMW Championship Worst Odds: +1400

Ranked 10th in the world it feels like a matter of time under Schauffele wins a major, given the great level which he's been playing at. He's had 6 top-10 finishes this year and has won over $3.5m in prize money in 2020.

  1. Robby Shelton – 5.33% of bets

BMW Championship Best Odds: +20000 
BMW Championship Worst Odds: +15000

Shelton tied third in the 3M Open and has three top-10 finishes so far this season. The Alabama native is known for being good off the tee.

  1. Dustin Johnson – 4.88% of bets

BMW Championship Best Odds: +800 
BMW Championship Worst Odds: +700

Johnson comes in hot after victory at The Northern Trust and the world number one is a worthy favorite as we enter this week's event at Wentworth.

  1. Daniel Berger – 4.70% of bets

BMW Championship Best Odds: +2000 
BMW Championship Worst Odds: +1600

Berger could offer value at 20/1. He finished third last week at The Northern Trust and has one victory under his belt this year, which was at the Charles Schwab Challenge.

  1. Webb Simpson – 4.52% of bets

BMW Championship Best Odds: +1800
BMW Championship Worst Odds: +1800

Ranked 6th in the world and at 18/1 it's no surprise that Webb Simpson has been well backed here. He has two victories this year and 8 top-10 finishes.

  1. Russell Henley – 3.89% of bets

BMW Championship Best Odds: +8000 
BMW Championship Worst Odds: +5000

Henley has 4 top-10 finishes this year, finishing a highest of 7th at the Workday Charity Open. It's worth noting that Henley is ranked 3rd statistically when it comes to approaching the green.

  1. Viktor Hovland – 3.80% of bets

BMW Championship Best Odds: +3500 
BMW Championship Worst Odds: +3300

Another who is well regarded in his ability to approach the green, and ranked 8th on the PGA Tour in that metric. 3 top-10 finishes and a victory at the Puerto Rico Open show that Hovland is not to be doubted.

  1. Kevin Kisner – 3.62% of bets

BMW Championship Best Odds: +4000 
BMW Championship Worst Odds:  +3300

The South Carolina native finished third at the Rocket Mortgage Classic and was joint 4th at last weeks The Northern Trust.

  1. Cameron Smith – 3.43% of bets

BMW Championship Best Odds: +12500 
BMW Championship Worst Odds: +9000

The Aussie was 18th at last weekend's The Northern Trust but he does have one win this year, at the Sony Open in Hawaii, after which he climbed to 31st in the world, although he has now slumped to 52nd.

  1. Colin Morikawa – 3.25% of bets

BMW Championship Best Odds: +2000 
BMW Championship Worst Odds: +1600

Golf's bright young thing enters as one of the favorites this week, he's had 6 top-10 finishes in 2020, the highlight of which was this year's PGA Championship, which came after his victory at the Workday Charity Open. His game is only getting better and he's going to be one to watch for years to come.

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BMW Championship Betting Odds 

Dustin Johnson +800 

Jon Rahm +1000 

Bryson DeChambeau +1400 

Justin Thomas +1400 

Xander Schauffele +1600 

Rory McIlroy +1800 

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