Spieth and Rose Offer Most Value for Charles Schwab Challenge

  • Texas native Jordan Spieth looks to continue his success at Colonial Country Club with +2000 odds to win after posting three runners-up finishes and a 2016 victory.
  • Speith missed the cut at the Charles Schwab Challenge last year, but finished top 10 in seven of eight events prior.
  • Justin Rose (+4500) is a solid longshot after a T-6 finish at the PGA Championship and even won at Colonial in 2018.

FORT WORTH, Texas – Betting odds for the 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge heavily favor Scottie Scheffler (+280) in his home state of Texas. However, we’re fading the World No. 1’s short odds and betting on more valuable options at online sportsbooks, including one longshot at +4500 odds.

Charles Schwab Challenge Betting Odds

  • Scottie Scheffler: +280
  • Collin Morikawa: +1200
  • Jordan Spieth: +2000
  • Max Homa: +2200
  • Tony Finau: +2500
  • Harris English: +3000
  • Brian Harman: +3500
  • Tom Hoge: +3500
  • Christiaan Bezuidenhout: +4000
  • Keegan Bradley: +4000
  • Min Woo Lee: +4000
  • Si Woo Kim: +4000
  • Sungjae Im: +4000
  • Billy Horschel: +4500
  • Justin Rose: +4500
  • Aaron Rai: +5000
  • Austin Eckroat: +5000
  • Sepp Straka: +5000
  • Thomas Detry: +5000
  • Tom Kim: +5000

Jordan Spieth hasn’t posted a top 20 finish since a T-10 at the Valero Texas Open in April, but Colonial Country Club is a great opportunity to get back on track. Prior to missing the cut last year, Spieth finished top 10 in seven of his last eight starts at Colonial.

That includes a 2016 win and three runner-up finishes across that span. Spieth’s +2000 odds at Texas online sportsbooks offer plenty of value in a Charles Schwab Challenge field with only 10 of the 30 highest-ranked golfers in the world (three top 10 players) according to the World Golf Rankings.

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Best Longshot For Charles Schwab Challenge: Justin Rose

When there are nearly 100 players with +10000 odds or longer at online golf sportsbooks in the field this week, it’s hard to call Justin Rose a long shot to win. Still, his +4500 odds are plenty long enough to be profitable after a promising T-6 finish at the PGA Championship.

Rose won at Colonial Country Club when the course hosted the 2018 Fort Worth Invitational. He’s posted a T-12, missed cut, T-20, and a T-3 in his last four Charles Schwab Challenge events.