2019 Wyndham Championship Odds, Predictions & Picks

2019 Wyndham Championship Odds, Predictions & Picks

Written by on July 31, 2019

Golfers head to Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro for this weekend’s PGA Wyndham Championship. Webb Simpson is the favorite at +1100. What are Webb’s true chances of winning the trophy? Will Hideki Matsuyama or Jordan Spieth steal Webb’s thunder? Check out the 2019 Wyndham Championship odds and analysis!

2019 Wyndham Championship Odds, Predictions & Picks

  • When: Aug 1 – Aug 4
  • Where: Sedgefield Country Club, Greensboro, NC
  • TV: Golf Channel
  • Radio: PGA Tour Radio
  • Live Stream: Golf.tv

2019 PGA Wyndham Championship Odds

  • Webb Simpson +1100
  • Hideki Matsuyama +1400
  • Jordan Spieth +1600
  • Collin Morikawa +1800
  • Paul Casey +2000
  • Patrick Reed +2200
  • Brandt Snedeker +2500
  • Billy Horschel +3000
  • Viktor Hovland +3300
  • Cameron Smith +3500
  • Rory Sabbatini +4000
  • Alex Noren +4000
  • Chez Reavie +4500
  • Adam Hadwin +4500
  • Matthew Wolff +5000
  • Charles Howell +5000
  • Joaquin Niemann +5000
  • Lucas Glover +5500
  • Martin Kaymer +5500
  • Beyond Hun An +5500
  • Scott Piercy +6000
  • Dylan Frittelli +6000
  • Martin Laird +6000
  • Sung Jae Im +6000

Among the favorites, Simpson, Matsuyama, Spieth, and Morikawa, which golfer deserves the most attention?

It makes sense that Simpson is favored over Matsuyama and Spieth. Simpson shot a -18, 262, at last year’s Wyndham Championship. That was only 3 strokes off winner Brandt Snedeker. Not only that, but Simpson heads to North Carolina off a great second place in the FedEx St. Jude Invitational. Simpson’s 64, Round 4 put him 3 strokes off winner Brookes Koepka.

There are reasons to back Simpson. He’s certainly a much better choice than either Matsuyama or Spieth. Both those name golfers struggled at the St. Jude Invitational.

One golfer that’s been hot enough to challenge Webb for the championship, though, is Collin Morikawa. The 22-year-old finished second at the 3M Open and fourth at the John Deere Classic. He won the Barracuda Championship in his last tournament played. Granted the Barracuda used a different scoring format than the PGA, but a win is a win. He might be the best choice among the favorites.

Which golfers at odds  of +2000 to +4000 odds have the best shot of winning the 2019 Wyndham Championship?

You can’t go wrong by backing Paul Casey. He’s a good enough golfer to surprise each and every week. However, defending champion Brandt Snedeker actually shot the ball well at TPC Southwind at the St. Jude Invitational last weekend.

Casey ended up with a -3, 277. He finished twenty-seventh. Not great, but not awful. More impressively, save for a 73 Round 2, he shot under 70 in all other 3 rounds. Now, Snedeker heads to a course he dominated in 2018. Don’t look past Brandt pulling off the repeat.

What golfers between +4500 and +6000 have the best shots of winning the 2019 Wyndham Championship?

Since the start of June, Charles Howell has improved his game in every tournament he’s played. He missed the cut at the Memorial Tournament. He finished fifty-third at the U.S. Open. He finished thirty-fifth at the Rocket Mortgage Classic. He finished twenty-third in the next tournament he played, the 3M Open.

Then, in his last tournament played, the John Deere Classic, Charles Howell finished sixth. He’s been practicing shots and readying himself to make a run at first place at the Wyndham Championship. Howell’s got a much better chance of winning than the +5000 odds indicate.

Is their golfer not listed that can take home the Wyndham trophy?

Kevin Streelman offers +6600 odds. Although he hasn’t cracked the Top 5 since a fourth at the Memorial Tournament from May 30 to June 2, he did take a week off after The Open Championship. Who knows? If he got his game together during the week off, Streelman could have a nice run this weekend.

He’s worth a look if you’re intent on backing a dog higher than +5000.