PGA Wells Fargo Championship Betting Preview & Odds

Mastering the PGA Odds This Week at the Wells Fargo Championship

Sharpen your irons and prep your bankroll! The Wells Fargo Championship tees off this week, offering a prime opportunity to exploit soft spots in the PGA odds this Week and send your winnings soaring.

Quail Hollow Club is the host of the event, which pays out a total of $20M to the top players. The par 71 course is 7,538 yards long, and has been the host of this event since 2003. Wyndham Clark won the event last season with  265. Rory Mcllroy has the course record here. Back in 2015, he went -21 under par. Mcllory has won the event three times, Max Homa has won it twice.

Buckle up as we dissect the course, analyze the field’s hottest players, and identify the PGA odds for Wells Fargo Championship this week that could be your golden ticket to victory lane.

 

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2024 Wells Fargo Championship | 2nd edition of the US Wells Fargo Championship
PGA Tour tournament | PGA of America
Thursday, May 9th – Sunday, May 12th, 2024
Quail Hollow Club | Charlotte, North Carolina
Defending Champion: United StatesWyndham Clark

 

Rory Mcllroy +650

Rory is coming off a 33rd place finish at the RBC Heritage. He would have been much better had it not been for his final day 74. Mcllroy has struggled with greens in regulation this season,  but has made up for it with his massive driving distance. He ranks third on the tour with more than 314 yards. Mcllory made the cut at the Masters, despite a horrible second day. On Friday, he shot a 77. He bounced back with a 71 and 73 to finish just outside the Top 20. Mcllroy loves this course, and this event.

Rory Mcllroy
PGA Odds: +650 | Updated Lines for Wells Fargo


 

Xander Schauffele +900

Schauffele comes into the event third in the FedEx Cup standings and fourth in the world  rankings. The 30 year old from California has been really good at many of the skills on the course. Xander is third strokes gained total, and fourth in tee to green. He has a scoring average of under 70, which is the fourth best on tour. Schauffele is coming off a Top 20 finish at the RBC Heritage. He finished in the Top 10 at the Masters, earning him $620K there.  He has been a Top 10 machine, and is one of the most consistent golfers on tour.

Xander Schauffele
PGA Odds: +900 | Updated Lines for Wells Fargo


 

Wyndham Clark +1600

Quietly, or maybe not so quietly, Wyndham Clark is one of the best golfers in the world. Clark is third in the world rankings and second on the FedEx Cup standings. Clark went for third at the RBC Heritage, which came after a missed cut at the Masters. But, before that, Clark went Top 35 in Houston, and had back to -back runner up finishes at the Players and Arnold Palmer. Clark is doing well tee to green, as he is third on tour. He also is driving well, ranking sixth in driving distance at more than 312 yards per.

Wyndham Clark
PGA Odds: +1600 | Updated Lines for Wells Fargo


 

Patrick Cantlay +1800

The 32 year old from Long Beach California finished tied for third at the RBC Heritage last week. Before that, Cantlay went for 22nd at the Masters. He has been good out of the sand, as he ranks 25th in sand save percentage. Cantlay has yet to win an event this season, but he has two Top Ten finishes and six finishes in the Top 25. He will be a threat all weekend at this course.

Patrick Cantlay
PGA Odds: +1800 | Updated Lines for Wells Fargo


 

Max Homa +2000

Homa is one of the fan favorites on the tour. The 33 year old has not been great at any one thing this season, but still has found his way to the Top Ten twice. Homa’s best skill has been his scrambling, but even that is Top 45. Homa made the cut at the RBC, but finished at -2. Much of that had to do with his miserable final day of shooting a 75. Homa did fare well at the Masters, finishing in a tie for third place.

Max Homa
PGA Odds: +2000 | Updated Lines for Wells Fargo


 

Tommy Fleetwood +2200

Currently the 11th ranked player in the world. Fleetwood has been pretty poor with his putting, ranking outside the Topo 10 in strokes gained. Fleetwood finished 49th at the RBC Heritage, which was his first event after the Masters. Fleetwood finished tied for third in Augusta. The 33 year old fared well at the Valero Texas Open, as it was one of his three Top 10 finishes on the season.

Tommy Fleetwood
PGA Odds: +2200 | Updated Lines for Wells Fargo


 

Collin Morikawa +2200

The 27 year old is looking for his first win of the 2024 season. Morikawa has three Top 10 finishes this season, and has finished in the Top 25 six times already. He has been one of the most accurate drivers on tour, but his putting has left something to be desired. Morikawa finished 9th at the RBC Heritage, which came after making the cut, and finishing tied for third at the Masters. Morikawa is due, and at +22/1, very intriguing odds.

Collin Morikawa
PGA Odds: +2200 | Updated Lines for Wells Fargo


 

Viktor Hovland +2500

Hovland is off to a slow start this season. While he ranks 7th on the World rankings, he is 100th in the FedEx Cup standings. The 26 year old has yet to finish in the Top 10 of an event this season. The last time he played was at the Masters. After an opening round 71, he went out and shot an 81 on Friday and missed the cut. Hovland finished 62nd at the Players Championship and tied for 36 at the Arnold Palmer. It is time for Hovland to start playing better golf, but this could be a challenge with a pretty competitive field and a tough course.

Viktor Hovland
PGA Odds: +2500 | Updated Lines for Wells Fargo


 

Wells Fargo Championship Betting Picks | MyBookie’s Free PGA Picks

This is a nice field of golfers. In the end, we like a few guys to have a chance to take down the title here. Our first bet is Max Homa. At 20/1, this course is set up for Homa to fare well on again. We like his odds, and will take a flyer on him. Our second pick is Tony Finau at 30/1. Finau is a talented golfer that can go low for four straight days and win an event. He has won events before, and is ready to take this one down. Those are our two bets for this event.  Enjoy the golf and best of luck with all your PGA Tour Bets!

2024 Wells Fargo Championship
PGA Pick: Max Homa +2000 | Updated Lines for PGA Tour


 

Others in Consideration
Here is a look at some of the other golfers to keep in mind ahead of the PGA Championship:

  • Ludvig Aberg +1600
  • Brooks Koepka +1600
  • Xander Schauffele +2000
  • Joaquin Niemann +2000
  • Collin Morikawa +2200
  • Everyone Else +2500 or Higher

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Golfer PGA Odds
Scheffler, Scottie +400
Mcilroy, Rory +680
Schauffele, Xander +1300
Koepka, Brooks +1475
Rahm, Jon +1525
Aaberg, Ludvig +1900
DeChambeau, Bryson +2400
Morikawa, Collin +2800
Homa, Max +2900
Niemann, Joaquin +3100
Cantlay, Patrick +3700
Clark, Wyndham +3800
Hovland, Viktor +3900
Fleetwood, Tommy +4100
Smith, Cameron +4400
Thomas, Justin +4600
Young, Cameron +4600
Hatton, Tyrrell +5000
An, Byeong-hun +5400
Burns, Sam +5800
Day, Jason +6000
Matsuyama, Hideki +6000
Lee, Min Woo +6000
Spieth, Jordan +6200
Fitzpatrick, Matthew +6400
Zalatoris, Will +6600
Kim, Si-woo +7000
Im, Sung-jae +7000
Finau, Tony +7500
Johnson, Dustin +8000
Straka, Sepp +8500

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Golfer PGA Odds
Conners, Corey +9000
Lowry, Shane +9500
Henley, Russell +10000
Gooch, Talor +10000
Scott, Adam +11000
McCarthy, Denny +11000
Bhatia, Akshay +11000
Noren, Alexander +11000
Burmester, Dean +11000
Jager, Stephan +12000
Reed, Patrick +14000
Mitchell, Keith +14000
Kitayama, Kurt +14000
Kim, Joo-Hyung +14000
Hojgaard, Nicolai +14000
Harman, Brian +15000
English, Harris +15000
Kirk, Chris +15000
Pendrith, Taylor +15000
Fowler, Rickie +17000
Bezuidenhout, Christiaan +17000
Bradley, Keegan +18000
Hughes, Mackenzie +18000
Poston, J. T. +19000
Hoge, Tom +19000
Detry, Thomas +20000
Davis, Cameron +20000
Moore, Taylor +20000
 
 

 

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PGA Wells Fargo Championship Betting Preview & Odds
 

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After a couple weeks of somewhat diminished fields, the PGA Tour is back with a loaded field at Quail Hollow Golf Club in Charlotte, North Carolina, for the 2023 Wells Fargo Championship. The designated event has a $20 million prize purse and has attracted top players like Rory McIlroy, Patrick Cantlay, Xander Schauffele, and Mexico Open winner Tony Finau.

Let’s take a look at the outright PGA odds and smart betting picks for this year’s tournament.

Wells Fargo Championship Betting Odds and Predictions

Tour: PGA Tour
When: May 1–7, 2023
Where: Quail Hollow Club | Charlotte, North Carolina
Par / Length: 70 / 7,160 yards (6,550 m)

The Favorite – Rory McIlroy (+700)

McIlroy hasn’t played since the Masters and drew some criticism for skipping subsequent events, especially after he was so vocal about the PGA Tour increasing prize purses for tournaments to contend with LIV Golf. The rest may help McIlroy, as he was playing quite poorly before missing the cut at the Masters.

The four-time major champion has also enjoyed great success at Quail Hollow. He won here in 2021 for the third time with a one-stroke victory over Abraham Ancer. He won by a record seven strokes in 2015 and won for the first time in 2010. He was also runner-up in 2012 and is second among all players competing this weekend in true shots gained (+2.83) at Quail Hollow, according to DataGolf.com.

PGA Favorite Pick: Rory McIlroy | Bet Wells Fargo Championship to Win
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The Smart Pick – Viktor Hovland (+1800)

Hovland has just three career victories and has yet to win in 2022-23, despite seemingly in contention every weekend. He’s a greater starter and is usually leading the field after the first round, but has been unable to play at a high level consistently for four rounds. Foruntately, he has also had success at Quail Hollow.

The 25-year-old Norwegian is the only player with a better true shots gained (+3.26) than McIlroy at the North Carolina course, albeit in only one tournament. Hovland finished T3 in 2021. He’s more than due for a win.

PGA Smart Pick: Viktor Hovland | Bet Wells Fargo Championship to Win
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The Longshot Pick – Max Homa (+2800)

While we usually like to highlight a golfer with longer odds, it’s hard to pass on Max Homa this weekend at +2800. He has the 13th-shortest odds, despite being a two-time winner of the Wells Fargo Championship. He’s also the defending champion, although last year’s event was held at TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm in Maryland.

Still, being the defending champion carries some weight, and Homa, like Hovland, is due for another win on the PGA Tour. He had a great start to the season, winning the Farmers Insurance Open and finishing second at the Genesis Open, but was T43 at the Masters and missed the cut for the RBC Heritage.

Homa won the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow in 2019 with a three-stoke victory over Joel Dahmen. 

PGA Longshot Pick: Max Homa | Bet Wells Fargo Championship to Win
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PGA Tour 2022 Well Fargo Championship Betting Odds, Favorites to Win and Analysis
 

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In a week that included a downfield, Jon Rahm was able to persevere and beat the other players in the field. The PGA Tour returned to Mexico last week at Vidanta Vallarta. Rahm was able to hold off multiple players for the one-stroke victory.

The PGA Tour returns to the United States this week as players head to Potomac, Maryland for the Wells Fargo Championship. Last year’s champion, Rory McIlroy, returns to defend his throne.

Let’s take a look at the best odds this week and players to watch out for in the field so you can make your bets against their PGA Tour Odds.

Golf Betting Preview for the 2022 PGA Tour Wells Fargo Championship

Rory McIlroy +850

The returning champion has the best odds this week as he looks to go back-to-back at the Wells Fargo Championship. McIlroy won the tournament a season ago at 10-under-par. The Wells Fargo was one of two wins for McIlroy last season.

He is currently ranked seventh in the world and is making his 8th start this season. McIlroy has three top-10 finishes with one being a 2nd place finish. McIlroy also has missed one cut.

McIlroy has +850 odds to win the event which is almost half of the next best odds. Like last week, McIlroy would be an easy pick as was Rahm. McIlroy has not played since his second place finish at The Masters.

Corey Conners +1600

Corey Conners is off to a great start this season his 11 starts. While he has only finished in the top-10 twice, Conners has been hanging around the top-10 all season. He has one missed cut as well in his 11 starts.

Conners holds the second-best odds at +1600. He is looking for his first win since 2019 where he won after Monday qualifying. Conners is coming off a T-6 finish at The Masters and a T-12 finish at the RBC Heritage.

Conners is playing well and seems to be knocking on the door for his second career win. +1600 odds are great this week for Corey Conners.

Tony Finau +2500

This two-time PGA Tour winner is coming off a great week in Mexico. Finau finished T-2 at the Mexico Open with a Sunday 63. Finau has struggled this season but has picked it up last week.

Finau is ranked 18th in the world and this will be his 12th event of the season. In 11 events, Finau has missed three cuts. Last week showed promise to what Finau could bring for the rest of the season.

At +2500 odds, Finau would be a great pickup to add to your bets this week. His +2500 odds is tied for the 7th best odds with Seamus Powers.

Other Odds

Tyrrell Hatton +2000

Hatton is waiting for his breakthrough performance this season. In nine starts he has four top-10 finishes, including a second place finish. Hatton plays on both the PGA Tour and the DP World Tour overseas. Hatton is looking for his first win this season. His +2000 odds are third best in the tournament.

Marc Leishman +2000

There are four players who share the +2000 odds and one of them is March Leishman. The Australian has not had the best season in the 2021-22 year. In nine events he has one missed cut and one top-10. This could be a big week for Leishman if he can get out ahead early.

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PGA Tour 2021 Wells Fargo Championship Betting Odds
 

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With the 2020-21 PGA Tour campaign rolling right along as we get set for the 2021 PGA Championship on May 20, it’s time to find out who’s looking good as we head into this weekend’s 2021 Wells Fargo Championship so you can bet against their Golf odds. While this event was canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2021 Wells Fargo Championship gets underway on Thursday at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, N.C.

This year’s field is relatively loaded with four of the world’s top five players in action and all looking to tame The Green Mile — the nickname for the course’s final three holes, which rank among the most difficult on the PGA Tour.

PGA Tour Betting – Wells Fargo Championship Odds and Predictions

2021 Wells Fargo Championship

When: May 6-9
Where: Quail Hollow Club — Charlotte, North Carolina

World No. 2 Justin Thomas is the prohibitive favorite at +1000 with world No. 3 Jon Rahm right behind at +1100. World No. 5 Bryson DeChambeau (+1600), world No. 4 Xander Schauffele and world No. 15 Rory McIlroy are identical +1880 picks that round out the top five favorites on the MyBookie odds leaderboard. Now, let’s find out which five golfers have the look of potential winners.

Odds to Win 2021 Wells Fargo Championship

Five for the Win!

Tony Finau

13th in the Official Golf World Rankings (OGWR), Tony Finau looks like a guy due for a win. In 15 events this season, the 31-year-old Utah native has made the cut 13 times while recording six Top-10 finishes and a pair of second place finishes. After missing cut in the Texas Open, Finau rebounded nicely by finishing 10th at last month’s Masters and T17 in the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. Finau ranks ninth in eagles per hole (86.4), 13th in birdie average (4.44) and 11th in scoring average (69.9). Finau is hungry and talented enough to get it done this weekend.

Will Zalatoris

28th in the OGWR, gifted youngster Will Zalatoris has made the cut 15 times in 16 tournaments this season. The 24-year-old Californian has recorded a stellar six of Top-10 finishes, including at his Masters debut last month. Zalatoris finished 42nd in the RBC Heritage Classic in his last event, but could very well win the 2021 Wells Fargo title. Zalatoris ranks 22nd in greens-in-regulation (69.44%), 26th in eagles, 49th in birdies per round (4.03) and 12th in scoring average (69.9). Make no mistake about it, Zalatoris has the kind of all-around game that is well-suited for success. I see no reason why the blossoming star won’t challenge for the outright win on Sunday.

Justin Thomas

In 13 events this season, Thomas has made the cut 12 times while recording five Top-10 finishes and a win in The Player’s Championship in March. Thomas ranks first in birdies (4.89) and first in scoring average (69.7) while ranking fifth in eagles and 22nd in G.I.R. Thomas finished a solid T13 in last week’s Valspar Championship and looks like a sure-fire pick to finish inside the Top 5.

Xander Schauffele

In 13 events this season, the world No. 4 has made the cut 12 times with six Top-10 finishes. The 27-year-old Californian comes into this event with three consecutive Top-20 finishes, including a T11 finish in last week’s Zurich Classic of New Orleans. Schauffele ranks sixth in eagles, a stellar third in birdie average (4.69) and fifth in scoring average (69.8). More importantly, Schauffele is due for a win and I believe he could get it.

Jon Rahm

In 13 events this season, Rahm has made the cut each time out while recording nine Top-10 finishes, including one second place finish. The 26-year-old Spaniard comes into this event riding the wave of a four-tournament stretch of Top-10 finishes, including a seventh place finish in last month’s Zurich Classic of New Orleans. Rahm ranks fifth in G.I.R., 23rd in birdie average (4.34) and eighth in scoring average (69.8). Another Top-0 finish looks like a certainty while a win looks very, very possible as well.

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2019 Wells Fargo Championship Odds, Preview & Predictions
 

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Golfers head to Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, NC this week for the 2019 PGA Wells Fargo Championship. Last year winner Jason Day offers second choice odds of +1000. Will Day make it back-to-back, or is there another favorite that we should consider? Check out the latest golf betting odds, analysis, and thoughts for the 2019 Wells Fargo Championship!

2019 PGA Wells Fargo Championship Odds

Odds to Win the 2019 Well Fargo Championship

Which of the favorites has the best chance at winning the 2019 Wells Fargo Championship?

Rory offers +650 odds to win the Wells Fargo this weekend. McIlroy shot a -3 at Quail Hollow last year. That was 9 strokes off Jason Day. Not only that, but McIlroy didn’t play that well at the Masters, finishing twenty-first.

Day deserves a look. He shot a -12 after a 69, 67, 67, 69. However, Jason missed the cut at the Zurich Classic in his last. He’s not hitting the ball particularly well and actually offers underlay odds to repeat at +1000.

The pick among the favorites is Rickie Fowler. Fowler shot a -2 at the 2018 Wells Fargo Championship, but he’s in good form. He hasn’t played since finishing ninth at the Masters. That means he’s been taking his time this month, practicing some shots, and resting up for May. Fowler should have his hot sticks this week. Rickie deserves some consideration to win the Wells Fargo Championship.

Which less than +3300 choice deserves a look?

Ageless Phil Mickelson offers excellent +3000 odds to win the Wells Fargo Championship. Lefty headed into the Masters Tournament having missed the cut at both the Arnold Palmer Invitational and The Players Championship at TPC-Sawgrass. He shot the ball well enough at Augusta to finish in the Top 20 at eighteen.

The real reason to like Phil’s chances this week is because he shot a -7 at last year’s Wells Fargo. Mickelson came on in the final two rounds. He shot a 72 on both Thursday and Friday before shooting a 64 on Saturday and a 69 on Sunday. If he can shoot more consistently this year, he can win.

Are there any golfers at +3300 odds or higher who can win the 2019 Wells Fargo Championship?

Neither Stenson nor Woodland played at Qual Hollow last year. Both are in good enough form to have a say on Sunday, but the player to really consider is Patrick Reed.

Lately, Reed has been terrible. He finished fiftieth at the Arnold Palmer, forty-seventh at TPC-Sawgrass, and missed the cut at the Valspar Championship. In his last two tournaments played, he finished thirty-sixth at the Masters Tournament, and missed the cut at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.

Although Reed’s been in terrible form, he shot a -6 at the 2018 Wells Fargo Championship. Like Phil Mickelson last year, Reed improved on Saturday and Sunday, a 67 on Saturday and a 69 on Sunday, after shooting 71 on Thursday and Friday. Reed might turn his form around this week. If he does, he’ll pay his backers handsomely at +4000 odds.

 
 

 

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