Arnold Palmer Invitational Odds: Homa, Kitayama Top Choices

  • Defending champion Kurt Kitayama has +6500 odds to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational beginning Thursday.
  • Scottie Scheffler has +600 odds as the clear betting favorite for the signature PGA Tour event.
  • Based on course attributes and requirements, Max Homa has the best value with +2000 odds to win.

ORLANDOArnold Palmer Invitational odds favor World No. 1 ranked golfer Scottie Scheffler in the signature event. With such a loaded field, there’s plenty of betting value at USA online sportsbooks outside of Scheffler despite his historic ball-striking.

Arnold Palmer Invitational Betting Odds

  • Scottie Scheffler +600
  • Rory McIlroy +900
  • Patrick Cantlay +1200
  • Viktor Hovland +1200
  • Xander Schauffele +1200
  • Collin Morikawa +2000
  • Jordan Spieth +2000
  • Max Homa +2000
  • Ludvig Aberg +2200
  • Justin Thomas +2500

Scheffler heads into the Arnold Palmer Invitational with plenty of rest since a T-10 finish at The Genesis Invitational on Feb. 18. Scheffler has four top 10 finishes in five tournaments this season, but there are other golfers at golf betting sites with longer odds worth a wager.

Watch Out For Max Homa (+2000), Kurt Kitayama (+6500)

Max Homa has three top 16 finishes this season but hasn’t had that breakthrough event yet in 2024. Course attributes from Bay Hill Club and Lodge and recent finishes favor Homa’s +2000 odds to win.

Bay Hill is a long course similar to Quail Hollow Club with thick and penal roughs and fast Bermuda greens. Homa finished T-8 and won in his last two tournaments at Quail Hollow Club, plus finished T-14, T-17, and T-10 in his last three tournaments at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

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Homa seems like a lock to finish top 20 at Bay Hill, a course that requires strokes gained around to green that he possesses. The only other better wager at Florida online sportsbooks is on last year’s winner Kurt Kitayama with long +6500 odds.

Kitayama has a T-8 finish within his five-event streak of top 40 finishes. Kitayama is one of 11 players ranking in the top 40 for strokes gained around the green, bogey avoidance, and scrambling gained, helping his chances of winning in a stacked field this weekend.