2021 Senior PGA Championship betting odds and tips: Futures picks, who will win
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2021 Senior PGA Championship betting odds and tips: Futures picks, who will win

The 2021 Senior PGA Championship betting odds have been released for the PGA Tour Champions major at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Okla.

The betting favorite this week is Steve Stricker, who comes into the week at 7-to-2 (+350) betting odds.

Jim Furyk is on 8-to-1, while Bernhard Langer is at 11-to-1.

Jerry Kelly holds steady on 12-to-1.


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2021 Senior PGA Championship tips, expert picks and futures bets

The PGA Tour Champions is back with another major. It's the second of five this season, with Southern Hills hosting the oldest tournament in senior golf. Lots of big-name players competing this week on a fascinating course which will host the PGA Championship next year.

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2021 Senior PGA Championship betting odds: Outright winner

  • Steve Stricker: +350
  • Jim Furyk: +800
  • Bernhard Langer: +1100
  • Jerry Kelly: +1200
  • Alex Cejka: +1600
  • Ernie Els: +1600
  • Retief Goosen: +1600
  • Robert Karlsson: +1600
  • Mike Weir: +2200
  • Scott Parel: +2500
  • Darren Clarke: +3000
  • Miguel Angel Jimenez: +3000
  • Woody Austin: +3300
  • Tim Petrovic: +3500
  • David Toms: +4000
  • Doug Barron: +4000
  • KJ Choi: +4000
  • Dicky Pride: +4500
  • Kenny Perry: +5000
  • Stephen Ames: +5500
  • Thongchai Jaidee: +6000
  • Kirk Triplett: +6600
  • Paul Goydos: +6600
  • Gene Sauers: +7500
  • Rod Pampling: +7500
  • Colin Montgomerie: +8000
  • Glen Day: +8000
  • Billy Andrade: +9000
  • Brett Quigley: +9000
  • Vijay Singh: +9000
  • John Senden: +10000
  • Scott McCarron: +10000
  • Tom Lehman: +10000
  • Bob Estes: +12500
  • Brandt Jobe: +12500
  • Jeff Maggert: +12500
  • Paul Broadhurst: +12500
  • Steve Flesch: +12500
  • Joe Durant: +15000
  • John Daly: +15000
  • Ken Tanigawa: +15000
  • Kent Jones: +15000
  • Jarmo Sandelin: +17500
  • Matt Gogel: +17500
  • David McKenzie: +20000
  • Paul McGinley: +20000
  • Rocco Mediate: +20000
  • Stephen Leaney: +20000
  • Tom Gillis: +20000
  • Wes Short Jr: +20000

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