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2020 BMW Championship Odds & Picks – PGA Tour Betting
With the 2020 PGA Tour season heating up in a big way as it heads into Round 2 of the FedExCup Playoffs, it’s time to identify the top five golfers that will be teeing it up in the 70-man field at this week’s BMW Championship. Whether you like one of the top favorites like prohibitive favorite Dustin Johnson or Jon Rahm or you prefer to back another contender like Jason Day or Tiger Woods, you’re going to find out which five golfers look like they are offering some outstanding value against their respective BMW betting odds. The 2020 BMW Championship gets underway live on Thursday, Aug. 27 at Olympia Fields Country Club in Olympia Fields, Illinois. Justin Thomas is the defending champ and this will be the first BMW Championship held on the course. Let’s get right into action so you can place your bets against their PGA odds.
PGA Tour Odds & Pick – BMW Championship Betting Analysis
2020 BMW PGA Tour Championship
- When: Aug. 27-30
- Where: Olympia Fields Country Club, Olympia Fields, Illinois
- 2019 Justin Thomas
- 2018 Keegan Bradley
- 2017 Marc Leishman
- 2016 Dustin Johnson
- 2015 Jason Day
Odds to Win 2020 BMW Championship
- Dustin Johnson +800
- Jon Rahm +1000
- Justin Thomas +1400
- Bryson DeChambeau +1400
- Rory McIlroy +1800
- Xander Schauffele +1800
- Webb Simpson +2000
- Collin Morikawa +2200
- Daniel Berger +2200
- Jason Day +2500
- Patrick Cantlay +3000
- Patrick Reed +3000
- Tony Finau +3300
- Tiger Woods +3500
- Scottie Scheffler +3500
- Tyrrell Hatton +3500
- Harris English +3500
- Kevin Kisner +3500
- Hideki Matsuyama +4000
- Adam Scott +4000
- Viktor Hovland +4500
- Matthew Wolff +4500
No. 5 – Justin Thomas +1400
I know the 27-year-old Alabama native is coming off a pair of underwhelming outings at last week’s Northern Trust (T49) and the PGA Championship two weeks prior (T37), but Thomas did win the St. Jude Invitational just prior to that while finishing second in the workday Charity Open in mid July. Thomas won this tournament a year ago and although last year’s BMW Championship took place at a completely different course, I like his chances coming into this one.
No. 4 – Jason Day +2500
The 32-year-old Australian is coming off a poor performance at last week’s Northern Trust where he failed to make the cut after shooting an opening day 70 and a second day 75, but Day also finished an encouraging T4 at the PGA Championship two weeks ago – following three straight Top-10 finishes. Day won this tournament in 2015 and while that event took place at Conway Farms in Lake Forest, Ill, I like Day to really challenge for the outright win after racking up four Top-10 finishes in his last five outings with a pair of Top-5 finishes for good measure.
No. 3 – Webb Simpson +2000
Third in the FedEx standings, the 35-year-old North Carolina native comes into this tournament off a solid sixth place finish at the Northern Trust and he finished an even more impressive third at the Wyndham Championship a week earlier. Over his last seven outings, Simpson has one win (RBC Heritage), three Top-10 finishes, a 12th place finish and a Top-40 finish. Simpson also finished T24 in this event a year ago and has the look of a legitimate challenger this week.
No. 2 – Collin Morikawa +2200
Make no mistake about it, the 23-year-old Californian is a blossoming star with one of the brightest futures of anyone in professional golf. Despite failing to make the cut at the Northern Trust last week, Morikawa won the PGA Championship two weeks ago nearly one month prior. Morikawa also finished second in the Charles Schwab Challenge in mid-June and he’ll be highly motivated after last week’s poor showing.
No. 1 – Dustin Johnson +800
No one is really talking about it, but I genuinely believe that the newly minted FedEx No. 1 is out to prove something to everyone after Brooks Koepka’s trash-talking at the PGA Championship a couple of weeks ago. Johnson finished T2 at the year’s first major and backed that up with a stupendous performance to win last week’s Northern Trust by a whopping 11 strokes. Johnson shot in the 60’s in all four rounds and has not recorded a single round outside of the 60’s in 12 consecutive rounds over his last three outings. Johnson has won this event twice (2016, 2010) and while those two victories took place on two different courses (Crooked Stick and Cog Hill Golf and Country Club), Johnson is on fire right now and my top pick to win the 2020 BMW Championship.
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