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



The 2021 PNC Championship betting odds have been released for the PGA Tour team event at Ritz-Carlton Golf Club in Orlando, Fla.

The PGA Tour betting favorites this week are the duo of Justin Thomas and his father Mike, who come into the week at +180 betting odds.

Matt Kuchar and his son Cameron are on 13-to-2, while Jim Furyk and his son are on 15-to-2.

Tiger Woods and his son Charlie are 10-to-1, along with the Daly family and Bubba Watson and his father-in-law.

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2021 PNC Championship betting odds: Outright winner

  • Team Thomas: +180
  • Team Kuchar: +650
  • Team Furyk: +750
  • Team Cink: +900
  • Team Stenson: +900
  • Team B. Watson: +1000
  • Team Daly: +1000
  • Team Woods: +1000
  • Team N. Korda: +1600
  • Team Beem: +2800
  • Team Harrington: +2800
  • Team Lehman: +2800
  • Team Duval: +6600
  • Team O'Meara: +6600
  • Team Trevino: +8000
  • Team Faldo: +20000
  • Team Player: +20000
  • Team Price: +20000
  • Team T. Watson: +20000

2021 PNC Championship tips, expert picks and futures bets

This week, we have the PNC Championship, with the team event returning to Orlando, Fla. There are 40 players in the field, and they are playing in a scramble format over the 36-hole tournament. The pros are teeing off from one of two tee boxes, with the older players getting a senior set of tees, and the amateurs playing from their own tees.

It's hard not to love the favorites and defending champions this week. The Thomas family is obviously accomplished, with Justin Thomas already winning the PGA Championship and The Players, while his dad is a PGA of America professional and Charlie Woods' instructor. They're two really good golfers playing with each other.

Perhaps otherwise, the best bet would be the Cink family. Stewart Cink has his son and current caddie, Reagan, playing with him. They know each other's game, and they're both competitively fresh.

The Daly family would be an interesting wager. Little John can play, and John Daly has incredible touch.

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