The 2021 Sony Open in Hawaii betting odds have been released for the week at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Each week, we’ll take a look at the best head-to-head matchups, looking for value and upsets as suggested by our weekly model.
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This week, we have the Sony Open in Hawaii, and this will feel a little more conventional. We were one stroke away from hitting Leishman over Horschel for a big underdog win. Instead, it was a tie, and we went 1-1-1 to start 2021.
Cameron Smith (+100) over Abraham Ancer: Abe and Cam are close in my model, so I’m going to side with Cam on even money.
Zach Johnson (+105) over Matt Kuchar: Same situation. Both guys are pretty close in my model, and I frankly like Zach’s overall course history and current momentum better.
Marc Leishman (+115) over Jason Kokrak: Kokrak struggled in his first crack at Kapalua, while Leishman looked on the come.[/s2If]