With the 2020-21 PGA Tour season heading into its third event of the season, it’s time to find out which golfers are looking like they could cash in against their value-packed PGA Tour odds in the MYBookie golf betting sportsbook.
2020 Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship Betting Analysis
Odds to Win 2020 Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship
- Will Zalatoris +1200
- Mackenzie Hughes +1400
- Corey Conners +1600
- Sam Burns +2200
- Henrik Stenson +2500
- Adam Long +2500
- Charles Howell 28-1
- Emiliano Grillo +2500
- Charles Howell III +2800
- Thomas Detry +3300
- Matthias Schwab +3300
- Kristoffer Ventura +4000
- Adam Schenk +4000
- Graeme McDowell +4500
- Denny McCarthy +4500
- Patrick Rodgers +5000
- Xinjun Zhang +5000
The Top 5 Picks
No. 5 Henrik Stenson
The 44-year-old Swede missed the cut at last week’s U.S. Open, but won the Hero World Challenge in December of 2019 while finishing T20 at the WGC-HSBC Champions event just prior to that while finishing T35 at the WGC-FedEx St, Jude Invitational in August. The former World No. 2 is so gifted that he won the 2016 British Open, while finishing T5 at the 2018 Masters, 3rd and T3 at the 2013 and 2014 PGA Championship respectively and T4 in the 2014 U.S. Open. Sure, his best days are behind him, but Stensn should definitely be among the top challengers in a field that isn’t overly loaded with elite stars by any stretch of the imagination.
No. 4 Graeme McDowell
The 41-year-old Irishman recorded just one Top-10 finish last season, but also racked up four Top-25 finishes. More importantly, McDowell won this event a year ago by one stroke over MacKenzie Hughes and Chris Stroud. MDowell is desperate after closing out the 2019-20 campaign with three straight missed cuts – and now, looks like a perfect time for the 2010 U.S. Open winner to bounce back.
No. 3 Denny McCarthy
The 27-year-old Maryland native recorded seven Top-10 finishes last season, including a T8 at the RSM CLassic and a T9 at both the Wyndham Championship and Houston Open. While McCarthy missed the cut at the Safeway Open in his last event earlier this month, he also recorded more Top-10 finishes last season than in the two previous seasons combined.
No. 2 Charles Howell III
The 41-year-old ‘Chucky Three Sticks’ finished a solid 30th at last week’s U.S. Open while finishing T4 at the Safeway Open just prior to that. Howell III recorded a trio of Top-10 finishes last season and six Top-25 finishes, leading me to believe the 2001 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year is going to challenge for the outright win!
No. 1 Will Zalatoris
The 24-year-old Californian is the only top-10 player from the 2020 U.S. Open in the field at Corales after finishing a stellar T6 alongside world No. 1 Dustin Johnson last week. Last season, he recorded an impressive 10, Top-10 finishes while winning the TPC Colorado Championship at Heron Lakes in July and finishing T2 in the Evans Scholars Invitational on the Korn Ferry Tour on Sept. 13. Zalatoris has a 12-event streak, including last week at Winged Foot, in which he has not finished outside of the top 20.
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