Tony Finau's 2021 PGA Championship Odds, Betting Preview & Predictions
Tony Finau PGA Championship Odds
Tony Finau has been a nearly-man in many big tournaments since his last win on the PGA Tour in 2016. He’s contended at all the majors and the WGC’s and it’s surely only a matter of time before he finally wins again. But, will it be this week at the PGA Championship? Ordinarily, he’d be many handicappers pick, purely for his consistency, but recent poor form has seen his odds drift.
We’ve listed the major sportsbooks below with their Tony Finau PGA Championship odds.
Tony Finau PGA Championship Odds Book By Book
DraftKings Sportsbook: +3300
FanDuel Sportsbook: +4000
William Hill Sportsbook: +3500
Resorts Casino Sportsbook: +3500
As you can see here, the odds on Tony Finau to win the PGA Championship vary. If you wagered $10 on Finau with FanDuel, BetMGM or PointsBet (who all offer the best odds) and he wins, your bet would return $410. However, if you bet $10 on Finau at the worst odds with DraftKings, your bet would return just $340. That’s $70 difference on one bet just by taking the best odds on the market.
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Tony Finau PGA Championship Odds: Prop Bets
When wagering week-to-week on the PGA Tour golf, you don’t have to just place outright win-only bets, there’s plenty more special markets or prop bets available. We’ve listed out the most popular for Tony Finau below.
Tony Finau PGA Championship Record
Tony Finau’s Record: T10-CUT-T44-T42-T64-T4
Tony Finau has played in the PGA Championship six times previously. He has missed the cut only once and his best finish came last year when finishing in the top 5 for the first time at the PGA Championship
2021 PGA Championship Predictions: Tony Finau Preview
As we all know, backing Tony Finau to win golf tournaments is a costly experiment and while we would recommend wagering on a top 5 finish at odds of +700 usually, we’re happy to leave Tony alone this week with recent poor form putting us off.