Workday Charity Open Betting: Strong Value in A Competitive Field

  • The PGA Tour continues this week in at the Workday Charity Open where Justin Thomas leads the field at +1200 odds to win
  • The world’s best fill out the oddsboard this week at Muirfield Village with the likes of Brooks Koepka (+1400), Jon Rahm (+1400), and Patrick Cantlay (+1400) all back on the tee.
  • Plenty of opportunity for big value bets like Justin Rose at +2500 and Gary Woodland at +4000 also exist.

DUBLIN, Ohio – The PGA Tour storms on this week as a terrific field heads to Muirfield Village for the first of two back-to-back tournaments hosted at the course.

The Workday Charity Open will be this week, taking the place of the John Deere Classic, and next week the course will host The Memorial, its annual tournament.

For now, The Memorial can wait, as there is a full slate of golf to play this week with tons of great names ready to get back on the tee.

Last week at the Rocket Mortgage Classic, a scarce field saw Bryson DeChambeau blast his way to victory. DeChambeau will not be in the field this week as he takes some much-needed rest, giving the rest of the field a chance to catch their breath.

This paves the way for the betting favorite Justin Thomas, who leads the field at many online sports betting sites with 12 to 1 odds.

Workday Charity Open – Winner

  • Justin Thomas +1200
  • Brooks Koepka +1400
  • Jon Rahm +1400
  • Patrick Cantlay +1400
  • Hideki Matsuyama +1600
  • Xander Schauffele +1800
  • Viktor Hovland +2200
  • Justin Rose +2500
  • Collin Morikawa +2800
  • Patrick Reed +2800
  • Rickie Fowler +2800
  • Gary Woodland +4000
  • Joaquin Niemann +4000
  • Jordan Spieth +4000
  • Marc Leishman +4000
  • Matt Kuchar +4000
  • Sungjae Im +4000
  • Adam Hadwin +5000
  • Bubba Watson +5000
  • Matthew Fitzpatrick +5000
  • Billy Horschel +6600
  • Cameron Champ +6600
  • Matthew Wolff +6600
  • Corey Connors +8000
  • Harold Varner III +8000
  • Jason Day +8000
  • Joel Dahmen +8000
  • Phil Mickelson +8000
  • Jhonattan Vegas +15000

Many of these golfers will be coming off a week of rest. Factoring their current form with past history at Muirfield Village can begin to give us some numbers to work with.

The Leaders

The top of the board still holds decent value this week with Justin Thomas at +1200, Brooks Koepka at +1400, and Patrick Cantlay at +1400.

Any three of these could easily win this week, so consider taking one as a chalk pick compared to the field.

While Cantlay has had success on this course and is the defending champion of The Memorial, JT has to be the pick out of this group.

Also consider Xander Schauffele at +1800, who has been playing as good as anyone since the break.

The Middle

Down a little further in this group, one can find some terrific picks based on value.

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The best choice from this range has to be Justin Rose at +2500. In the last 10 years at The Memorial, Rose has scored five top-ten finishes including a win.

While the course this week will be slightly different, the fairways and greens at Muirfield suit Rose’s playstyle perfectly.

Elsewhere, Viktor Hovland at +2200, Patrick Reed at +2800, and Gary Woodland at +4000 all hold strong value. All three have been playing well since the break and could easily pull out a win at any time.

Rickie Fowler sits at +2800, and while Rickie has performed well at this course consistently throughout his career, he simply cannot seem to play winning golf for four rounds at this point in his career.

Only take Fowler if you can find him for decent top 10 odds.

The Longshots

Since the return of golf, Corey Connors has shot seven of his ten rounds of golf under 70, including a 63 at the RBC Heritage.

The Canadian appears to have taken a huge step in his game over the hiatus, and despite missing the cut at the Travelers, is set for a good week in Ohio.

Connors can be found at +8000.

Speaking of taking big leaps, Jhonnathan Vegas is also punching above his weight since the break. Vegas has two T-25 finishes and sits at +15000 to win this week.

Vegas is a great longshot but also has value at a T20 finish.

While this card presents a solid week of golf, it isn’t the most competitive and certainly won’t compare to next week’s field for The Memorial. This gives golf bettors some more room to work when it comes to playing the field.