Editor’s Note: It’s 2020 Golf Pool Season Time! Hopefully the following article will give you the upper hand against your friends!

JANUARY 2, 2020 – The foursome of Brooks Koepka (7/3), Dustin Johnson (7/2), Rory McIlroy (7/2) and Justin Thomas (5/1) are the odds-on favorites to add another Major to their resume according to the odds-makers at www.SportsBettingDime.com, while Jon Rahm (5/1) Tommy Fleetwood (7/1), Patrick Cantlay (8/1) and Xander Schauffele (9/1) are favored to capture their first Major in 2020. The odds-makers at SBD expect more than one first-time Major winner in 2020, setting the over/under at 1.5 first-time Major winners and the age of the youngest Major winner at 25.5.

The odds-makers at www.SportsBettingDime.com are also bullish on three young guns that broke through in 2019 — Matthew Wolff, Viktor Hovland and Collin Morikawa — offering odds of 24/1 that one of the youngsters wins a Major – with Morikawa (70/1) the most likely; an over/under of 1.5 PGA Tour wins for the trio; and better than even odds that each qualify for the FedEx Cup top 75.

The odds-makers have also set odds of Patrick Reed being DQ’d at a 2020 PGA Tour event at 75/1; odds of Bryson Dechambeau being penalized for slow play at 50/1; and odds that Brooks Koepka once again publicly criticizes a player for slow play at 40/1.

Here’s a look at the complete 2020 PGA TOUR odds and props from the odds-makers at  www.SportsBettingDime.com.


Odds to Win a Major
1.      Brooks Koepka: 7/3
2.      Dustin Johnson: 7/2
3.      Rory McIlroy: 7/2
4.      Justin Thomas: 5/1
5.      Jon Rahm: 5/1
6.      Tiger Woods: 6/1
7.      Justin Rose: 7/1
8.      Tommy Fleetwood: 7/1
9.      Patrick Cantlay: 8/1
10.     Xander Schauffele: 9/1
11.     Francesco Molinari: 10/1
12.     Jordan Spieth: 10/1
13.     Rickie Fowler: 10/1
14.     Bryson Dechambeau: 11/1
15.     Hideki Matsuyama: 14/1
16.      Jason Day: 14/1
17.     Tony Finau: 16/1
18.     Patrick Reed: 20/1
19.     Matt Kuchar: 24/1
20.     Phil Mickelson: 25/1
21.     Collin Morikawa: 70/1
22.     Matthew Wolff: 75/1
23.     Viktor Hovland: 75/1
24.     Brendon Todd: 100/1

Over/Under Number of First Time Major winners in 2020: 1.5

Over/Under Age of Oldest Major Winner: 43.5

Over/Under Age of Youngest Major Winner: 25.5

Odds none of the four Major winners is wearing a Nike shirt or hat: 11/1

Odds all four Major winners are wearing Nike shirt or hat: 25/1

Over/Under Number of Major winners to be wearing Nike: 2.0

Odds Matthew Wolff OR Viktor Hovland OR Collin Morikawa win at least one Major combined: 24/1

Over/Under combined 2020 PGA tour wins for Matthew Wolff, Viktor Hovland and Collin Morikawa: 1.5

Odds to Qualify for the 2020 Fedex Cup (Top 75)
1.      Collin Morikawa: 1/3
2.      Matthew Wolff: 2/3
3.      Viktor Hovland: 1/1

Odds a 2019 Winner Defends their title in 2020
1.      PGA – Brooks Koepka: 9/1
2.      TPC – Rory McIlroy: 10/1
3.      Masters – Tiger Woods: 11/1
4.      TOUR Championship – Rory McIlroy: 12/1
5.      British – Shane Lowry: 45/1
6.      US – Gary Woodland: 60/1

Odds Patrick Reed is DQ’d at a 2020 PGA Tour event: 75/1

Odds Bryson Dechambeau is penalized for slow play: 50/1

Odds Brooks Koepka publicly criticizes a player for slow play in 2020: 40/1

Over/Under number of combined PGA Tour events and Majors Tiger Woods plays in: 12.5

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About Author

Glen Turk is a Wisconsin native who has been the Senior Writer/Editor of Midwest Golfing Magazine since 2006. Besides being an avid golfer, Glen enjoys traveling, music, and cheering on the finest professional sports team of all-time, the Green Bay Packers. Glen’s ultimate golf goal is to play in all fifty states and currently he is more than half way there. His other dream, albeit far-fetched, it to record an ace in all seven states of our distribution area. Thanks to an ace in Illinois in 2015, and one in Michigan in 2016, he has three down, four to go!

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