2020 Workday Charity Open PGA Tour Golf Betting Odds, Predictions and Picks
|Date: Jul 9-12, 2020|
|Course: Muirfield Village Golf Club|
|Location: Dublin, Ohio|
|Purse: $ 6,200,000|
|TV: Golf Channel|
|Reason for 2020 Workday Charity Open PGA Tour Golf Tips, Odds, Predictions|
*This article was updated on July 9th, 2020*
With the 2020 PGA Tour season in its fifth week of action after restarting the coronavirus, we are now headed to Ohio for the first Workday Charity Open, an event that is designed to replace the John Deere Classic that was canceled due to Coronavirus.
While burgeoning Bryson DeChambeau is not on the field after winning the 2020 Rocket Mortgage Classic, this past weekend, a handful of the world's top golfers will have a shot at winning at Muirfield on Sunday.
Let's keep padding our funds as we prepare for a full sports betting schedule. Here are some golfers who will have their chance to win this tournament.
JUSTIN THOMAS $ 1,000 records a pair of Top10 rankings in the Charles Schwab Challenge and RBC Heritage, but was disappointed that he didn't make the cut in the Traveler Championship to close June. However, Thomas, fourth in birdies per lap and decent 50 in driving distance, and that, combined with the fact that he is one of the purest ball attackers on tour.
PATRICK CANTLAY $ 1,200 comes to this event with a streak of five Top 20 games, including fourth place in the Sentry Tournament of Champions in January and eleventh place in the Traveler Championship to close in June. Cantlay won the 2019 Memorial Open at Muirfield and I think he will have a chance to win here.
BROOKS KOEPKA $ 1,400 comes to this event after a solid seventh place at RBC Heritage in mid-June. Koepka had to withdraw from the Traveler Championship because his caddy, Ricky Elliott, was positive for COVID-19, but overtime will be advantageous to him at this event.
XANDER SCHAUFFELE $ 1,800 scored four top-10s in 11 events this year with a single failed cut. He also finished 20th at his last Voyageur Championship event in June, after an inspiring 64t stand at RBC Heritage a week earlier. Schauffele finished third at the Charles Schwab Challenge just before his last two appearances.
VIKTOR HOVLAND $ 2,200 plays golf very frequently as he has missed the cup only once since the Puerto Rico Open and has produced four top 25 in a row. Hovland is also a respectable 35th in green in regulation percentage, fourth in eagles (holes per) and 18th in average score. Although he already won a win this year, it is only a matter of time before Hovland begins to finish this good performance and get another one.
JUSTIN ROSE $ 2,000 participates in this event after an uninteresting failed cut at the Travelers Championship, ending in June after a 14th place finish at RBC Heritage. Rose finished third in the Charles Schwab Challenge before these two events and has a long history at Muirfield. With an extra week off, a good performance from Rose is expected here.
MATTHEW WOLFF $ 5,000 had his chances of winning the Rocket Mortgage last week, but he had a difficult performance on Sunday and had to settle for second place. It was easily Wolff's best performance of the year and he is currently eighth in driving distance.
KEVIN STREELMAN $ 6,600 had a streak of three consecutive failures with a second place in the Voyageur Championship. Streelman also had second place at Pebble Beach, so he doesn't play over the weekend or run for a win, little in the way. Streelman finished fourth at the Memorial last year and has three top-10s at Muirfield Village.
PREDICTION & PICKS
Brooks Koepka comes to this event after a solid seventh place at RBC Heritage in mid-June. Koepka had to withdraw from the Traveler Championship because his caddy, Ricky Elliott, was positive for COVID-19, but overtime will be advantageous to him at this event.
2020 Workday Charity Open Betting Odds
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