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2015 Tour Championship betting odds


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The FedEx Cup playoff finale starts on Thursday with the Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta. There's $10 million on the line to the FedEx Cup winner and an $8.25 million purse for the 30-player field.

Jason Day, as you might expect, is the favorite this week, going off at 7-to-2 to win. Rory McIlroy comes in second at 13-to-2, while Jordan Spieth is third favorite at 8-to-1. Be weary of Jim Furyk, who has a bone bruise on his wrist and isn't guaranteed to play.

Here are the 2015 Tour Championship betting odds, courtesy of Bovada.lv, with our BEST BETS based on our 2015 Tour Championship fantasy golf picks:

Jason Day -- 7/2 -- BEST BET
Rory McIlroy -- 13/2 -- BEST BET
Jordan Spieth -- 8/1 -- BEST BET
Henrik Stenson -- 10/1 -- BEST BET
Justin Rose -- 11/1 -- BEST BET
Rickie Fowler -- 11/1 -- BEST BET
Dustin Johnson -- 16/1 -- BEST BET
Bubba Watson -- 20/1 -- BEST BET
Zach Johnson -- 25/1 -- BEST BET
Hideki Matsuyama -- 33/1 -- BEST BET
Louis Oosthuizen -- 40/1
Matt Kuchar -- 40/1
Patrick Reed -- 40/1
Jim Furyk -- 50/1
Paul Casey -- 50/1
Daniel Berger -- 60/1
Brandt Snedeker -- 66/1
Brooks Koepka -- 66/1
J.B. Holmes -- 66/1
Charley Hoffman -- 66/1
Bill Haas -- 80/1
Kevin Kisner -- 80/1
Robert Streb -- 80/1
Scott Piercy -- 100/1
Danny Lee -- 100/1
Harris English -- 100/1
Jimmy Walker -- 100/1
Kevin Na -- 100/1
Sangmoon Bae -- 150/1
Steven Bowditch -- 150/1




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