MAR 21 - Dell Technologies Championship, Odds, Picks & Prediction

Dell Technologies Championship, Odds, Picks & Prediction

Written by on March 21, 2017

Golf tournaments tend to follow a rather similar pattern. We usually get a huge field that is cut in half after two days of play, with the final two days devoted to the players that made the cut trying to put together the lowest score possible. Things are a little different at the Dell Technologies Championship, which will take place at the Austin County Club starting this Wednesday, as we will be looking at a match play format for this one. It’s a smaller group of players on tap, with 64 players being divided into groups of 4 and playing a round robin style on Wednesday through Friday. We will end up with a Sweet 16 group that will go into a knockout tournament over the weekend. There are lots of betting opportunities available for this event which makes it more fun for golf bettors than traditional tournaments. With 45 of the top 50 players in the world taking part this one should be great. Let’s take a look at some of the golf betting favorites.

In Depth Analysis On The Dell Technologies Championship, Odds, Picks & Prediction

Jason Day

It has not been the best start to the season for Jason Day, but this might just be the tournament to bring him back to life before the majors get underway. Day is the defending champion of this event, and he has won it twice in the last 3 years. This seems to be an event and style of play that he enjoys, so well worth a look once again.

Dustin Johnson

The world #1 will be coming into this one totally refreshed after taking a couple of weeks off. He has been in spectacular form to start the season and already has a couple of wins under his belt. It can be argued that, given his current form and ranking, he will be the man to beat over the next few days.

Rory McIlroy

The Irishman has struggled to stay 100% fit for a while now, but it has not affected his game that much. He has landed in the top 10 in each of the last 4 tournaments that he has taken part in, so definitely in good form. He also came very close to winning this event last year, losing a squeaker to Jason Day in the final. Rory McIlroy is my pick to win it all this time around.

Jordan Spieth

This is a young man who is in absolutely fantastic form as he is coming into this tournament riding a streak of 11 consecutive top 25 finishes. He has been in the top 10 4 times already this season, and always seems to be hovering near the top of the leaderboard heading into the final day. This is a different kind of tournament, but given how Spieth has been playing, he has to be considered one of the favorites. Those are just 4 of the many great golfers that will be hitting the course starting on Wednesday, but it could quite literally be anyone from the great group of 64 that could win it. Even if you are not a huge golf fan we guarantee you will get a kick out of this event, so why not have a little wager, too.