2024 PGA Odds this Week for Houston Open: Golf Betting Analysis

2024 PGA Odds this Week for Houston Open: Golf Betting Analysis

The upcoming Texas Children Houston Open is slated for this weekend at the Memorial Park Municipal Golf Course in Harris County, located right near downtown Houston.

Let’s take a closer look at the betting analysis for Houston Open odds and pick, so consider backing one of the players listed to lift the hardware.


Betting Analysis for 2024 Houston Open Odds and Pick | MyBookie PGA Betting Preview of the Golf Tournament

2024 Texas Children’s Houston Open | 25th edition of the Houston Open
PGA Tour tournament
Thursday, March 28th – Sunday, March 31st, 2024
Memorial Park Municipal Golf Course: Houston, Texas
Last PGA Winner: Tony Finau


Texas Children’s Houston Open

Established in 1946, this 7,432-yard par 70 course is set to host the event with a prize pool exceeding $9 million. Last season saw no tournament, making Tony Finau the reigning champion after defeating Tyson Alexander by four strokes.

Also of note, no golfer in the current lineup has clinched victory in this event twice before. Let’s dive into our preview for the Texas Children Houston Open:


Houston Open Top 3 Betting Odds
The latest are the top three in terms of betting odds to win the event, and their recent form:

Scottie Scheffler (+300):

Look upon as the top-ranked player in the world, Scheffler continues to show stellar golfing ability. Leading in strokes gained and strokes gained tee to green, he also has the best scoring average nationwide and ranks second in greens in regulation. With recent wins at the Players Championship and the Arnold Palmer, Scheffler enters as the hot favorite. While winning three straight events is no easy feat, Scheffler stands as a solid contender for the task.


Wyndham Clark (+1200):

Despite being lesser-known to many, Clark currently holds the second position in the FedEx Cup points standings as March draws to a close. Following a second-place finish at the Arnold Palmer and a tie for second at the Players, coupled with a victory at the Pebble Beach Pro-Am in February, Clark’s season has been marked by consistency. Of note, he has yet to miss a cut this season, ranking second in strokes gained and 15th in driving distance. His steady performance underscores a newfound stability in his seven-year playing career. Clark emerges as the second favorite for this event with odds set at 12/1.


Tony Finau (+1800):

Finau’s season has been somewhat dismal, shown from his missed cut at the Valspar and a 45th place finish at the Players. However, he did manage back-to-back Top 20 finishes at the Genesis and the Mexico Open. As the defending champion, Finau retains a threat in events like this. On the poor side, his putting performance has been subpar, currently ranking 168th on the tour. While his proximity to the hole sits at a commendable 12th, his struggles lie in converting opportunities. Finau is listed with odds of +2000 to secure victory in this event.


2024 Houston Open Final Betting Analysis

Our final betting prediction for this event is going to be Tony Finau. Sure, he has had his struggles, but he knows this course, and is strong at this course. Scheffler, of course, is red hot, and Clark is playing great golf, but at 18/1 odds, we are going to go with Finau here. Enjoy the golf event this weekend, and best of luck with all your PGA Tour betting!

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PGA Tour 2021 Houston Open Betting Analysis & Odds

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The Houston Open returns this season under a new name, the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Houston Open, the penultimate event of the 2021 PGA Tour season. The tournament has been a part of the PGA Tournament schedule since 1946 under various sponsors.

Tournament play begins on Thursday, November 11th, and concludes on Sunday, November 14th. The event is played at Memorial Golf Course near downtown Houston.

Carlos Ortiz is the defending champion, picking up his first PGA Tour victory here last season with a two-stroke victory over Dustin Johnson and Hideki Matsuyama. Ortiz won’t be in the field this week to defend his title after withdrawing from the tournament with a shoulder injury.

The winner of the tournament receives the coveted 500 FedEx Cup points as well as a $1.35 million of the $7.5 million purse. Let’s take a closer look at the upcoming Houston Open event so you can make your bets against the PGA Tour odds.

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Memorial Golf Course

Memorial Golf Course opened its doors originally as a nine-hole track in 1912. Following a complete redesign, the course opened in 1936 as an 18-hole track. Memorial Park hosted the Houston Open in 1947 and then again from 1951-63 before going through a $7 million dollar renovation in 1995.

The course is a par-70 and stretches 7,412 yards. The renovation was completed by architect Tom Doak with consultation from Brooks Koepka. Played as a second-shot golf course, the course features strategic bunkering and unique green contours.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Houston Open Field

Koepka highlights a relatively weak field compared to last week’s tournament. The four-time major champion looks to regain some of his game before the holiday break after a sluggish start to the fall. Koepka will be joined by 13 other major champions in the field this week.

Texas native Scottie Scheffler is in town along with surging Matthew Wolff. Wolff was the 36-hole leader heading into the weekend at Mayakoba, and Scheffler wrapped up last week with a solo fourth-place finish.

Lee Westwood is teeing it up on the PGA for the first time his fall season. Westwood put together a fantastic 2020-21 year highlighted by a pair of solo seconds at the Arnold Palmer and PLAYERS.

Sponsorship exemptions were given to Houston-area Texas residents MJ Daffue and Shawn Stafani, along with Chase Koepka and Arizona State senior Cameron Sisk.

Players to Target

The top five players entering the tournament this week are Sam Burns (+1600), Scottie Scheffler(+1800), Sungjae Im (+2000), Cameron Smith (+2200), and Matthew Wolff (+2200). Of those top five, we will target Wolff as the most likely to walk away with the trophy.

Some darkhorse players we like are Maverick McNealy (+4500), Chad Ramey (+10000), and Joel Dahmen (+11000). McNealy has cashed in on four of five events during the wrap-around season, including a solo second at the Fortinet Championship. 

Ramey has a pair of T20 finishes this fall, highlighted by a T14 at the Shriners. Dahmen concluded Mayakoba T45 and has made the cut in all three of his fall events played. If Dahmen can improve his final-round scoring, look for him to be in contention for his second PGA Tour victory on Sunday.

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Okay MyBookie golf betting faithful, with just one week remaining before the start of the 2020 Masters, it’s time to checkout the value-packed odds to win the Houston Open!

Golf Betting Predictions | 2020 Houston Open Odds and Predictions

The PGA Tour is at Memorial Park Golf Course in Houston, Texas, this week for the Vivint Houston Open. The final event before next week’s Masters features a loaded field of top stars going all-out for the win. World No. 1 Dustin Johnson is the prohibitive favorite with the unheralded Tyler Hatton as the No. 2 pick on the odds board.

The Memorial Park course has undergone a massive redesign this year and hosts a PGA Tour event for the first time since 1963. The course measures 7,021 yards and plays to a par of 71. The event will be the first tournament played in North America to welcome spectators since the Players Championship in March. Now, let’s find out which five golfers are looking good against their respective PGA Tour odds in this one.

Odds To Win 2020 Houston Open

The Top Five Golfers To Bet On

No. 5 Tyrrell Hatton

The world No. 10 might have missed the cut in his last event at the US Open, but Hatton finished T28 at the Zozo Championship in his last event and an even more impressive T3 in the CJ Cup in mid-October. Hatton is ranked a stellar seventh in birdie average (5.00) and eight in sand save percentage (80.00%). While I don’t think his odds should be this good for the Houston Open, Hatton still makes my top five picks.

No. 4 Viktor Hovland

The 23-year-old world No. 24 ranks 32nd in scoring average (70.1) and 13th in sand save percentage (75.00%). Better yet, the Norway native finished T13 in the US Open, T12 in the CJ Cup and T47 in his last outing at the Zozo Championship.

No. 3 Scottie Scheffler

The 24-year-old world No. 30 ranks inside the top 33 in driving distance (309.5), driving accuracy, G.I.R and birdie average (4.79). More importantly, Scheffler comes into the Houston Open fresh off a T17 finish in the Zozo Championship, following a pair of Top 52 finishes in the Sanderson Farms Championship (T37) and the CJ Cup (T52). Make no mistake about it, Scheffler has the game to beat almost anyone on the planet today.

No. 2 Tony Finau

The 31-year-old world No. 17 ranks 15th in eagles per hole (72.0) and a stupendous fifth in scoring average (68.9). More importantly, Finau has finished in the top 17 in five of his past six events and comes into this event fresh off a T8 finish in the US Open and a T11 finish in the Zozo Championship two weeks back.

No. 1 Dustin Johnson

The world No. 1 has been out of action since finishing T6 at the US Open in September. However, a well-rested Johnson also won the Tour Championship in his previous outing while finishing second in the BMW Championship and taking home the hardware at the Northern Trust in August. The 36-year-old Johnson has a jaw-dropping four Top 1 finishes and five Top 6 finishes in his last five events while winning twice. While Johnson makes his return from a positive COVID-19 test result, he’s been so hot that I believe he’s going to have a great chance to get the win in his first tournament back.

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2019 Houston Open Odds, Preview & Expert Prediction

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The 2020 PGA Tour season has begun, with the FedEx Cup playoffs now very much in the rearview. The big names in the sport will be sitting out for a bit of a break, which means that the line-up at the Houston Open, which will be held at the Par 72 Golf Club of Houston, will be a little more wide-open than usual.

With that in mind, this one might be a little tougher to handicap, but you should be looking for the winner to shoot somewhere in the range of -15 to -20, which is where the winning score lands more often than not. The tournament gets underway this coming Thursday, October 10, and will run through to Sunday. Let’s take a closer look at some of the golf betting favorites for the 2019 Houston Open.

2019 Houston Open Odds, Preview & Expert Prediction

Tournament Information

Location: Humble, Texas, U.S.
Established: 1946, 73 years ago
Course: Golf Club of Houston
Par: 72
Length: 7,425 yards (6,789 m)
Tour: PGA
Format: Stroke play
Prize fund: $7.5 million
Month played: October
TV: Golf Channel

Henrik Stenson

2019 Houston Open Odds: +900

You might argue that Stenson’s best years are behind him, with his best performance on the tour coming back in 2013. In this group, though, he is absolutely a player that cannot be ignored, especially given the fact that he has a pretty decent history at this event.

While Stenson has never won in Houston, he has finished runner-up twice, landing second in 2013 and 2016. He had no wins in the 2019 season to speak of, but he has landed in the top 10 three times, including a 9th place finish at the US Open earlier in the year.

Brian Harman

2019 Houston Open Odds: +2200

While a lot of players take some a bit of a break after the FedEx Cup, others jump right in and get started with the next season. That has very much been the case with Brian Harman, who has played in 3 events already and who is in the top 10 in the FedEx Cup standings, although it is still very early on the year.

He has finished inside the top 20 in all 3 of the tournaments he has played in, which includes a 3rd place finish at the Military Tribute at Greenbrier event. He is off to a solid start and may be the man to put your money on this weekend.

Daniel Berger

2019 Houston Open Odds: +2200

Berger is another player who has decided to get a jump on the 2020 season, playing in a pair of tournaments already. Neither one of those events ended in what you would refer to as a great showing, with an 18th place finish at the Shriner Hospital for Children Open being his best showing.

The 2019 season was much of the same for Berger, who finished the season with just one top 10 finish, which was actually a 2nd at the Puerto Rico Open. He has won a couple of times on the tour, but I would look elsewhere this weekend.

Cameron Champ

2019 Houston Open Odds: +2200

The three players sitting behind Henrik Stenson in the eyes of the bookies are all in at the same odds. The final player in that group is Cameron Champ, which is exactly the type of name that a sports personality should have. Champ has lived up to his name once already this season, taking the top spot at the Safeway Open.

He has been a little inconsistent, with a 28th place finish and a missed cut the results of his other 2 tournaments. At 24 years of age, this is a man trying to break into the tour in a big way. He may well be one to watch and is certainly worth a wager.



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