Take These 3 Golfers’ Odds In The Charles Schwab Challenge

  • The PGA Tour officially returns Thursday with the Charles Schwab Challenge from Fort Worth, TX.
  • Brooks Koepka (+190) and Jordan Spieth (+140) are both prime candidates to underperform.
  • Rory McIlroy leads all golfers with +850 odds to win the Charles Schwab Challenge.

FORT WORTH, Texas – After 91 long days since the last round of tournament golf was played, the PGA Tour is set to resume play Thursday at the Charles Schwab Challenge in Texas.

Fans golf bettors are eager to get back to watching their favorite sport as the world’s best tee off from Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth.

Rory McIlroy (+850) leads the oddsmakers board to win the tournament, followed by Jon Rahm (+1000) and Justin Thomas (+1600).

While taking the overall winner is always a popular bet, there are some other intriguing lines worth a deeper look.

Charles Schwab Challenge – Make or Miss Cut

The betting strategy has effectively been thrown out the window for the time being, as no one can rightfully predict how golfers will perform after such an extensive hiatus.

Enter the “make or miss the cut prop bet”, a judgmental guesstimate bet that favors chaos and tragedy over perseverance and success.

This weekend presents some great odds on some high-profile golfers to experience a bit of quarantine hangover on the course.

Make or Miss Cut – Brooks Koepka

  • MAKE -230
  • MISS +190

After dominating major wins over the last few years, Koepka had a rough start to the 2020 season.

Prior to the postponement Koepka’s highest finish in 2020 was a 43rd placemark at the Genesis Invitational.

Koepka performed well his last time at Colonial, coming in second in 2018, but could suffer from a major drop-off after the long break away from competition.

At +190, Koepka is the first candidate to not make it to Day 3 in Texas.

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Make or Miss Cut – Jordan Spieth

  • MAKE -200
  • MISS +160

The downward spiraling of Jordan Spieth has been well-documented over the last few seasons. Spieth hasn’t recorded a win since 2017 and seems far-removed from his Master's winning form of old.

Spieth will be playing in his hometown surrounded by family and friends hoping he will perform well in his return to the course.

Taking Spieth at +160 to crack under pressure is too fun to ignore.

Make or Miss Cut – Phil Mickelson

  • MAKE +125
  • MISS -155

Time to flip the script for the final pick here and consider Phil Mickelson’s odds at online sportsbooks to make the cut this weekend.

Old Lefty is still hanging around the tour these days at the age of 49 and while he hasn’t been racking up the wins like he used to, he still managed a 3rd place finish at the Pebble Beach Pro-Am back in February.

The real reason we are backing Phil here is the fact that the man has actually played a competitive golf match in the last three months.

While he might have lost to Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning in last month’s The Match II, Phil played considerably well.

It is not far-fetched to believe that this boost of training could be enough to see Mickelson make the cut on Friday.