2015 Puerto Rico Open betting odds

2015 Puerto Rico Open betting odds



It's Trump Week on the PGA Tour, with the WGC-Cadillac Championship at Trump Doral in Miami and the opposite-field event, the Puerto Rico Open, played at Trump International in the U.S. territory.

This field is basically for any player that isn't in the top 50 in the world or in the top 10 in FedEx Cup points, meaning there are some good names competing this week. Boo Weekley and Brendon de Jonge are the betting favorites this week, both starting at 18-to-1 odds to win. Jeff Overton and Peter Uihlein, making the rare U.S. start, are going off at 20-to-1.

Just a brief disclaimer: If you're betting on the Puerto Rico Open, then you're officially a degenerate, and we welcome you for your need for an additional sweat this week.



Here's a look at the betting odds to win the 2015 Puerto Rico Open, courtesy of Bovada.lv.

Boo Weekley -- 18/1
Brendon De Jonge -- 18/1
Jeff Overton -- 20/1
Peter Uihlein -- 20/1
Emiliano Grillo -- 25/1
John Peterson -- 25/1
Vaughn Taylor -- 25/1
Will Mackenzie -- 25/1
Chesson Hadley -- 28/1
Chris Stroud -- 28/1
David Toms -- 33/1
Jerry Kelly -- 33/1
Robert Karlsson -- 33/1
Ryo Ishikawa -- 33/1
Adam Hadwin -- 40/1
Bryce Molder -- 40/1
J.J. Henry -- 40/1
Martin Flores -- 40/1
S.J. Park -- 40/1
Scott Brown -- 40/1
Alvaro Quiros -- 50/1
Andrew Svoboda -- 50/1
Chad Collins -- 50/1
Derek Fathauer -- 50/1
Fabian Gomez -- 50/1
Rafael Cabrera -Bello -- 50/1
Scott Langley -- 50/1
Spencer Levin -- 50/1
Will Wilcox -- 50/1
Zac Blair -- 50/1
Andrew Loupe -- 66/1
Bo Van Pelt -- 66/1
Jonathan Byrd -- 66/1
Ricky Barnes -- 66/1
Andres Romero -- 80/1
Charlie Wi -- 80/1
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano -- 80/1
Greg Owen -- 80/1
Mark Hubbard -- 80/1
Max Homa -- 80/1
Nicholas Thompson -- 80/1
Scott Pinckney -- 80/1
Tommy Gainey -- 80/1
Whee Kim -- 80/1
Yong-Eun Yang -- 80/1
Alex Cejka -- 100/1
Ben Curtis -- 100/1
Brandt Jobe -- 100/1
Heath Slocum -- 100/1
Jon Curran -- 100/1
Justin Hicks -- 100/1
Roberto Castro -- 100/1
Rod Pampling -- 100/1
Bill Lunde -- 125/1
John Rollins -- 125/1
Trevor Immelman -- 125/1
Brice Garnett -- 150/1
Cameron Percy -- 150/1
D.J. Trahan -- 150/1
Dicky Pride -- 150/1
Fabrizio Zanotti -- 150/1
Glen Day -- 150/1
James Driscoll -- 150/1
Jarrod Lyle -- 150/1
Jeff Maggert -- 150/1
John Merrick -- 150/1
Johnson Wagner -- 150/1
Jonathan Randolph -- 150/1
Josh Teater -- 150/1
Rocco Mediate -- 150/1
Roger Sloan -- 150/1
Ryan Armour -- 150/1
Tim Petrovic -- 150/1
Tom Hoge -- 150/1
Troy Matteson -- 150/1
Zack Sucher -- 150/1
Arjun Atwal -- 200/1
Bobby Wyatt -- 200/1
Byron Smith -- 200/1
Daniel Chopra -- 200/1
Derek Ernst -- 200/1
Oscar Fraustro -- 200/1
Sam Saunders -- 200/1
Steven Alker -- 200/1
Alex kang -- 250/1
Benjamin Alvarado -- 250/1
Billy Mayfair -- 250/1
Cameron Beckman -- 250/1
Chris Dimarco -- 250/1
Chris Smith -- 250/1
Corey Conners -- 250/1
Duffy Waldorf -- 250/1
Eric Axley -- 250/1
John Daly -- 250/1
Lee Janzen -- 250/1
Mathias Gronberg -- 250/1
Matt Bettencourt -- 250/1
Ryui Imada -- 250/1
Skip Kendall -- 250/1
Stephen Ames -- 250/1
Steve Flesch -- 250/1
Tim Herron -- 250/1
Tyrone Van-Aswegen -- 250/1
Carlos Franco -- 300/1
Carlos Sainz Jr -- 300/1
Jesper Parnevik -- 300/1
Mark Calcavecchia -- 300/1
Ted Purdy -- 300/1
Todd Hamilton -- 300/1
David Duval -- 400/1
Blaine Mccallister -- 500/1
Scott McCarron -- 500/1

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