2018 Hero World Challenge Odds, Preview & Pick

2018 Hero World Challenge Odds, Preview & Pick

Written by on November 28, 2018

If you’re a golf betting enthusiast and you’re looking for some expert insight that could potentially carry you to a winning wager on the upcoming 2018 Hero World Challenge, then, you’ve come to the right place MyBookie stick bettors.

The Albany Golf Club in the Bahamas hosts the 2018  Hero Challenge when it gets underway on Thursday. 18 of the world’s best golfers are in the field including Dustin Johnson, Justin Rose and Justin Thomas, Rickie Fowler and Tiger Woods. They’re not alone however in the chase for first place, so let’s find out who’s looking good going into this event.

2018 Hero World Challenge Odds, Preview & Pick

Odds to Win the 2018 Hero World Challenge

  • Justin Rose 7-1
  • Dustin Johnson 8-1
  • Justin Thomas 9-1
  • Rickie Fowler 9-1
  • Tiger Woods 9-1
  • Bryson DeCahmbeau 10-1
  • Jon Rahm 12-1
  • Jason Day 16-1
  • Tony Finau 16-1
  • Patrick Reed 18-1
  • Xander Schauffele 18-1
  • Patrick Cantlay 20-1
  • Hideki Matsuyama 22-1
  • Alex Noren 25-1
  • Bubba Watson 25-1
  • Henrik Stenson 25-1
  • Gary Woodland 28-1
  • Keegan Bradley 33-1

Rickie Fowler (9-1)

I love the defending champ coming into this year’s event. Fowler has finished top three here in each of the last three years and he’s finished T4 at the Shriner’s and T16 at Mayakoba. I’m thinking Fowler is going to have a great chance to go back-to-back.

Patrick Reed (18-1)

Not only has Reed finished in the top five in three of the last four years at this event, but he also finished T7 at the WGC-HSBC Champions in October. I know one thing, at 18-1 odds, the 2018 Masters winner, who also finished fourth at the U.S. Open, is offering too much value for me to pass up.

Hideki Matsuyama (22-1)

Hideki Matsuyama has finished T18 at the CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges and T30 at the WGC-HSBC Champions and he also T5 at this event last year while winning it all in 2016. After a finally getting back on track after an early injury derailed a massive part of his season, I can see Matsuyama challenging for the win.

Jason Day

I like Jason Day as a value-packed 16-1 pick that could very well win it all. Day has finished T5 at the CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges and T11 at the WGC-HSBC Champions in his last two tournaments and he finished fifth in this event the last time he played. Day was ranked inside the top dozen PGA Tour golfers in scoring average (69.603) and birdie average (4.18) last season.

Tiger Woods (9-1)

If you forgot, it was at this very event that Tiger Woods began his improbable comeback a year ago. Now, following his stunning victory at the season-ending Tour Championship, Woods enters this week’s tournament as the World No. 13. he last won this event in 2011, but he’s also won this tournament four other occasions (2001, 2004, 2006, 2007). Woods looked uninspiring at best at Shadow Creek in his one-on-one battle against Phil Mickelson, but he played well here last year and could be due for another win after his memorable comeback last season.
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