- Sam Burns and Billy Horschel have the shortest odds of the field at +400.
- Harris English and Matt Kuchar could have the most value with their +650 betting line.
NAPLES, Fla. – The QBE Shootout is arguably the most fun to watch event of the PGA season; however, it’s also a good golf event to bet on.
The QBE Shootout Format
As always, it’s important to know what exactly is being bet on. The QBE Shootout is not a typical PGA Tour event. For starters, the tournament is played in pairs and is only three rounds for a total of 54 holes.
The first round is a scramble, the second is a greensome (modified version of alternate shot) and the third round is fourball.
QBE Shootout Odds
- Sam Burns / Billy Horschel +400
- Jason Kokrak / Kevin Na +550
- Harris English / Matt Kuchar +650
- Jason Day / Marc Leishman +800
- Max Homa / Kevin Kisner +800
- C. Conners / G. McDowell +1100
- B. Harman / H. Swafford +1400
- I. Poulter / C. Howell III +1400
- Matt Jones / Ryan Palmer +1400
- Will Zalatoris / Sean O'Hair +1400
- K-H Lee / B. Snedeker +1600
- L. Thompson / B. Watson +4000
The odds available on online sportsbooks show a closely contested field barring an outlier or two. However, history shows that there may be a group that’s well ahead of the field.
Matt Kuchar And Harris English (+650)
Matt Kuchar and Harris English will be teaming together for this event for the seventh time in 2021. In the past they’ve won the event three times which makes it interesting how golf betting sites don’t have them as the favorite, especially considering how they performed last year.
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Kuchar and English won by an astounding nine strokes and broke their own record by three strokes for the lowest score in the tournament's history. They’ve proven to be the best in the QBE Shootout and very well deserve to have shorter odds than the pairings of Sam Burns and Billy Horschel as well as Jason Kokrak and Kevin Na.
The event will begin on Friday with TV coverage starting at noon EST on the Golf Channel.
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