Last updated November 20th, 2018
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Wyndham Championship – Outright Winner Betting Odds
Wyndham Championship Golf Betting 2017; best odds bold; Each-Way Place Terms: 1/4 odds 1,2,3,4.
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Wyndham Championship Preview & Odds Guide with Betting Tips
The field for any event that follows a Major golf tournament will always be a quiet one and that is the case for the Wyndham Championship this week, writes Matt. It’s a shame because this is one of the oldest events on the tour having been first held in 1938 but often when this happens we can pick some good value from the declaration.
That will hopefully be the case as we assess a field, bereft of the US PGA winner Justin Thomas but headed by a recent Major Champion.
The 2016 British Open Winner Henrik Stenson leads the way this week and the Swede is favourite in the Wyndham Championship odds at an industry best price of 14/1 with William Hill and Paddy Power. It’s a first visit to this tournament for Stenson who is some way down the Power Rankings this week and that favourite’s berth is based on potential rather than form.
Behind Stenson is Kevin Kisner who mounted a credible challenge at the US PGA for some time before fading down to seventh on the final day. Kisner is priced at 18/1 in the Wyndham betting with Bet365 and form is on his side coming into this week.
We have a significant gap in the odds behind the top two to Bill Haas and Webb Simpson who can both be backed at a best of 25/1 with Bet365. Simpson is our first winner of this event having taken out the title in 2011 and he has yet to miss the cut here since 2010.
Haas has a good record at the Wyndham Championship too without ever getting across the line and with three top tens and a scoring average of 67.2 since 2012 he is one to consider seriously.
Another player getting plenty of attention this week is Ryan Moore who is another golfer to have lifted this particular trophy. Champion in 2009, Moore had a decent tied 13 finish at Quail Hollow last week and can be picked up here at a top price of 30/1 with Paddy Power.
A final mention in the chasing pack goes to Jason Dufner at a best of 30/1. Inconsistency is the real issue with Dufner but if he’s on his game in a less than competitive field then he may justify a small wager.
As we move down the list there are some very interesting prices among the outsiders and you could start here with Keegan Bradley at an industry best of 50/1. Bradley was down in 33rd place at the US PGA but recorded a tie for 14th in Canada prior to that where he was one shot away from giving us a profit in the top ten markets.
Bud Cauley is certainly worth a mention as he was ranked first in putting when finishing tenth last year. As we will see, putting form is essential and Cauley is a tempter at a top price of 40/1 in the Wyndham outright winner odds with Bet365.
Others on our radar are Byeong Hun An at 50/1 with Coral, Shane Lowry at 70/1 and Harris English at 90/1.
Wyndham Championship Golf Course Trends & Betting Tips Verdict
The Wyndham Championship has been held in Greensboro for its entire existence and the Sedgefield Country Club has played host for much of that time. It’s a par 70 but comes in at a distance comfortably in excess of 7,000 yards
Low scores should take it and since 2000, no winner has recorded a worse total for 72 holes than -14 so form with the putter is an obvious indicator. Fast and narrow greens at around 12 on the Stimp will back up that theory.
- Repeat winners are rare and that would tend to rule out the claims of Simpson and Moore but it is hard to ignore form and relevant stats for both men. However, we are looking at Kisner for the win at that best price of 18/1 in the Wyndham odds with Bet365. It all depends on how he reacts to such a disappointing end to his battle at Quail Hollow but we’re banking on a positive approach in a field that isn’t as tough to overcome.
- Turning to the top ten finishers for this week, we’ll be staking on Keegan Bradley at 3/1 with Ladbrokes plus Ryan Moore at 10/3, Bud Cauley at 4/1 and Harris English at an excellent price of 7/1, all three with Stan James.