Best Second Round Prop Bets For The Tour Championship

  • Patrick Cantlay has +120 odds to finish as the top American player for the PGA Tour Championship.
  • Harris English is a slight -115 betting favorite over Corey Conners in a second-round head-to-head matchup.
  • Hideki Matsuyama is a +110 underdog against Daniel Berge for the lowest second-round scoring.

ATLANTA – With just three rounds remaining in the PGA Tour season, betting opportunities are dwindling down. However, there’s always value to be found in certain spots.

Top American Player: Patrick Cantlay (+120)

It’s not very often that the favorite can return plus-money odds, especially when they're already holding a multiple-shot lead over the field. However, online sportsbooks are giving Patrick Cantlay a good price to be the top American player.

Top American Player

  • Patrick Cantlay +120
  • Bryson DeChambeau +450
  • Justin Thomas +700

Cantlay currently holds a five-stroke lead over Bryson DeChambeau and a six-shot lead over Justin Thomas, yet still has good value to be the top American in the Tour Championship. It’s not that Cantlay is the best golfer of the bunch but he was given a lead entering the tournament and still holds that lead standing after the first round.

Round 2 Head-To-Head: Harris English Vs. Corey Conners

Harris English was tied for the second-best score of the first round at -4 while Corey Conners shot -3 in the opening round. Golf betting sites have paired the two against each other in a head-to-head betting match and slightly favor English.

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2nd Round Head-To-Head

  • Harris English -115
  • Corey Conners -105

Harris was able to put up a better first-round score despite hitting just 57.1% of fairways. If he straightens out his drive, he could be in line for an even more productive day. Conners, on paper, should’ve had the better round but was unable to putt as well as English. If he struggles with the putter again, it’ll be tough for him to win.

Round 2 Head-to-Head: Hideki Matsuyama Vs. Daniel Berger

Of all the golfers in the field this weekend, Hideki Matsuyama had the worst first round with a score of +7. However, this was likely an outlier rather than truly representative of his skills. This leaves betting value on Matsuyama for the second round.

2nd Round Head-To-Head

  • Hideki Matsuyama +110
  • Daniel Berger -140

When both of these guys are at their best, Matsuyama is probably the better golfer. If anyone was told that sports betting sites would offer these odds prior to the start of the tournament, people would’ve been all over it. Don’t let one off day by an athlete ever fool you.