2019 Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai betting guide: Current odds, picks, who will win
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2019 Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai betting guide: Current odds, picks, who will win



The 2019 Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai betting odds have been released for the week at Hualalai Golf Club, in Ka'upulehu-Kona, Hawaii.

The betting favorite is Steve Stricker, who comes in at 7-to-2 (+350) betting odds to start the week. Bernhard Langer, coming back for another year of domination, is at 5-to-1.

2019 Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai betting odds

Odds to win outright

  • Steve Stricker: +350
  • Bernhard Langer: +500
  • Miguel Angel Jimenez: +900
  • Scott Mccarron: +1100
  • Jerry Kelly: +1100
  • Scott Parel: +1200
  • Vijay Singh: +1400
  • Fred Couples: +1600
  • David Toms: +1700
  • Kenny Perry: +2200
  • Woody Austin: +2500
  • Kevin Sutherland: +2500
  • Joe Durant: +2500
  • Tom Lehman: +3300
  • Gene Sauers: +3300
  • Kirk Triplett: +3300
  • Paul Goydos: +4100
  • Brandt Jobe: +5100
  • Marco Dawson: +5100
  • Stephen Ames: +5600
  • Jeff Maggert: +7600
  • Jay Haas: +7600
  • Colin Montgomerie: +7900
  • Bart Bryant: +8100
  • Paul Broadhurst: +10100
  • Lee Janzen: +11100
  • Ken Tanigawa: +12700
  • Rocco Mediate: +14200
  • Olin Browne: +15200
  • Steve Flesch: +15200
  • Jeff Sluman: +16300
  • Tom Watson: +16300
  • Mark O'Meara: +16300
  • Corey Pavin: +20400
  • Mark Calcavecchia: +37000
  • Carlos Franco: +60000
  • Sandy Lyle: +100000
  • Larry Mize: +100000
  • Loren Roberts: +100000
  • Hale Irwin: +200000
  • Tom Kite: +250000

2019 Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai expert picks and bets

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Win bets

  • Vijay Singh: Singh has been playing already, playing in the Sony Open last week (though he played poorly). He should feel better against 50-plus competition.
  • Bart Bryant: Bryant had a really nice year last year. He could slot into that Scott Parel territory, where he can win against the bigger names sometimes.
  • Tom Watson: Why not Watson? He doesn't play much competitively, but the guy is ageless. At 163-to-1, go for a quid or two.

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