The PGA Tour is back on the course this weekend with the Charles Schwab Challenge in Fort Worth, Texas. For the first time since the Arnold Palmer Invitational in early March, the best golfers in the world will head to Colonial Golf Club for the first PGA Tour event in over three months. PlaySugarHouse.com provides a wide variety of odds, moneylines, and live betting for the PGA Tour’s return to the course.
“Golf is really popular with our bettors, as we saw with The Match 2 being the highest handle event outside a major in the US,” said Mattias Stetz, the C.O.O of Rush Street Interactive, which operates BetRivers.com and PlaySugarHouse.com. “We are looking forward to this weekend’s event, and expect the four days to beat the handle of any previous golf event, including any of the majors.”
The first round of the Charles Schwab Challenge begins on Thursday, June 11, with the final round taking place on Sunday, June 14. The Charles Schwab Challenge will be broadcast on The Golf Channel and CBS.
Rory McIlroy (+800) enters the Charles Schwab Challenge as the favorite to win. Currently ranked No. 3 in the FedEx Cup standings, he has finished in the top five in every event he has entered in 2020, including a victory at the World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions on the European Tour.
McIlroy leads the PGA in average first-round score (67.50). The three-time PGA Tour Player of the Year is currently +1600 to hold the lead after the Thursday round on PlaySugarHouse.com.
PGA Tour Charles Schwab Challenge Odds:
- Rory McIlroy (+800)
- Jon Rahm (+1100)
- Justin Thomas (+1600)
- Webb Simpson (+2000)
- Bryson DeChambeau (+2200)
- Brooks Koepka (+2200)
- Dustin Johnson (+2800)
- Patrick Reed (+2800)
- Xander Schauffele (+2800)
- Rickie Fowler (+3300)
Of the top players in the field, Webb Simpson is an interesting name to watch. Simpson has finished in the top three in three of his last four PGA Tour outings, and at +500 to finish in the top 5, is a smart play.
Sungjae Im, the current FedEx Cup points leader, is current +3300 to win. Im won the Honda Classic on the first day of March and followed it up with a top 3 finish in the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Budding superstar Jon Rahm has finished in the top 25 in all five of his PGA Tour starts this season, and has finished inside the top 3 twice.
Other notable golfers in the field include Marc Leishman (+4000), Kevin Na (+5000), Gary Woodland (+5500), Jason Day (+6000), Sergio Garcia (+6600), Sebastian Munoz (+10000), Phil Mickelson (+12500), and Brendan Todd (+15000).
(All odds as of Noon on Wednesday, June 10)