2021 PGA Tour Money List Odds
One online bookmaker has priced-up which of the worlds best golfers will top the PGA Tour Money List at the end of the season. Justin Thomas topped the list in 2020 with three victories, which pocketed him a massive $7.3 million.
Bryson DeChambeau finished down in 6th last year, picking up just under $5 million, however, one sportsbook has made him favorite to win this season. The big hitting American already has one victory this season and is sitting on $2.2 million.
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Unfortunately, no US bookmakers are offering odds on the PGA Tour Money List, however, one of Australia’s major bookmakers are taking bets on the event. Even though we can’t yet bet on the PGA Tour Money List, the Australian odds give us a good read on what bookmakers expect to happen.
Last year’s winner, Justin Thomas is the second-favorite in the betting. Thomas has only played one event this season, and therefore only has $300k in the bank.
Jon Rham follows Justin Thomas in the betting. The Spaniard finished second in last year’s list despite only playing 15 events. Rory McIlroy had a disappointing season by his standard in 2020, which led him to finish 8th on the PGA Tour Money List.
Collin Morikawa had a breakthrough season in 2020, he finished 4th with $5.2 million. The young American has been given odds of +2000 to top the 2021 list.
2021 PGA Tour Money List
Bryson DeChambeau +300 (25% chance)
Justin Thomas +350 (22.2% chance)
Jon Rahm +600 (14.3% chance)
Rory McIlroy +900 (10% chance)
Dustin Johnson +900 (10% chance)
Xander Schauffele +1600 (5.9% chance)
Collin Morikawa +2000 (4.8% chance)
Brooks Koepka +2000 (4.8% chance)
Patrick Cantlay +2500 (3.8% chance)
Matthew Wolff +2500 (3.8% chance)
Webb Simpson +2800 (3.4% chance)