2017 Tour Championship picks, current betting odds and favorites
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2017 Tour Championship picks, current betting odds and favorites


The 2017 Tour Championship betting odds have been released for the week at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, Ga.

The betting favorites is Jordan Spieth, going off at 5-to-1 (+500) betting odds as the No. 1 seed in the FedEx Cup standings in search of a second $10 million prize.

Dustin Johnson is next best at 15-to-2 betting odds, with Rickie Fowler at 10-to-1 and Justin Thomas at 11-to-1 in this 30-man field.

2017 Tour Championship expert picks

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If you're looking for someone to wager on at this week's Tour Championship, then we have three expert picks for you: our favorite, our sleeper and our longshot.

  • Favorite: Jordan Spieth -- Spieth is on, and he's looking to maybe make a run at Player of the Year with one last big win this year.
  • Sleeper: Justin Rose -- Rose is seemingly in the hunt in this event and for the FedEx Cup every year.
  • Longshot: Daniel Berger -- I'm following a hunch here, nothing more. At 66-to-1, Berger will flame out or be an incredible value.

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2017 Tour Championship betting odds

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