2019 Sony Open in Hawaii betting guide: Current odds, picks, who will win, matchups, props, each-way bets
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2019 Sony Open in Hawaii betting guide: Current odds, picks, who will win, matchups, props, each-way bets


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The 2019 Sony Open in Hawaii betting odds have been released for the week at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu, Hawaii.

The betting favorite is Justin Thomas, who won this event in 2017. He comes in at 13-to-2 (+650) betting odds to start the week. Bryson DeChambeau comes in at 10-to-1, second on the list.



Gary Woodland and Jordan Spieth, who is making his 2019 debut, are in at 14-to-1.

2019 Sony Open in Hawaii betting odds

Odds to win outright

  • Justin Thomas -- +650
  • Bryson DeChambeau -- +1000
  • Gary Woodland -- +1400
  • Jordan Spieth -- +1400
  • Marc Leishman -- +1800
  • Cameron Champ -- +2500
  • Patrick Reed -- +2500
  • Bubba Watson -- +2800
  • Cameron Smith -- +2800
  • Hideki Matsuyama -- +2800
  • Kyle Stanley -- +2800
  • Abraham Ancer -- +3300
  • Charles Howell -- +3300
  • Emiliano Grillo -- +3300
  • Kevin Kisner -- +3300
  • Paul Casey -- +3300
  • Adam Scott -- +4000
  • Brandt Snedeker -- +4000
  • Keegan Bradley -- +4000
  • Kevin Tway -- +4000
  • Matt Kuchar -- +4000
  • Patton Kizzire -- +4000
  • Zach Johnson -- +4000
  • Adam Hadwin -- +5000
  • Brian Harman -- +5000
  • Chez Reavie -- +5000
  • Chris Kirk -- +5000
  • Jimmy Walker -- +5000
  • Pat Perez -- +5000
  • Patrick Rodgers -- +5000
  • Russell Knox -- +5000
  • Scott Piercy -- +5000
  • Si-Woo Kim -- +5000
  • Brian Gay -- +6600
  • Danny Lee -- +6600
  • Dylan Frittelli -- +6600
  • Ian Poulter -- +6600
  • Jamie Lovemark -- +6600
  • Russell Henley -- +6600
  • Andrew Putnam -- +8000
  • Ben Martin -- +8000
  • James Hahn -- +8000
  • Kevin Na -- +8000
  • Sung-Jae Im -- +8000
  • Brian Stuard -- +10000
  • Hudson Swafford -- +10000
  • Jason Dufner -- +10000
  • Ryan Armour -- +10000
  • Ryan Blaum -- +10000
  • Sam Ryder -- +10000
  • Steve Stricker -- +10000
  • Andrew Landry -- +12500
  • Anirban Lahiri -- +12500
  • Brice Garnett -- +12500
  • Jason Kokrak -- +12500
  • Jerry Kelly -- +12500
  • Joel Dahmen -- +12500
  • Keith Mitchell -- +12500
  • Ollie Schniederjans -- +12500
  • Robert Streb -- +12500
  • Sam Burns -- +12500
  • Shugo Imahira -- +12500
  • Stewart Cink -- +12500
  • Tom Hoge -- +12500
  • Troy Merritt -- +12500
  • Adam Schenk -- +15000
  • Brandon Harkins -- +15000
  • Cameron Davis -- +15000
  • Dominic Bozzelli -- +15000
  • J T Poston -- +15000
  • Kelly Kraft -- +15000
  • Kramer Hickok -- +15000
  • Luke Donald -- +15000
  • Max Homa -- +15000
  • Rikuya Hoshino -- +15000
  • Sam Saunders -- +15000
  • Satoshi Kodaira -- +15000
  • Scott Brown -- +15000
  • Scott Langley -- +15000
  • Shawn Stefani -- +15000
  • Ted Potter -- +15000
  • Vaughn Taylor -- +15000
  • Vijay Singh -- +15000
  • Yuta Ikeda -- +15000

2019 Sony Open in Hawaii expert picks and bets

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Win bets

  • Charles Howell III -- Placed T-14 last week and absolutely thrives in Honolulu. He's got the winning monkey off his back, too.
  • Matt Kuchar -- OK for Kuchar last week, but he's really looking forward to this week. While no one will confuse Raynor for Norman, the Mayakoba course and Waialae aren't unspeakably different.
  • Brian Harman -- Harman eats this place alive. The problem is, he was just starting to get back to his 2017 self when the 2018 season ended.
  • Sungjae Im -- Im's gotta prove himself to get worse odds, so eat 'em up now. He won out the gate on the Web with a tight tropical course.

Matchups

  • When these come out on Tuesday, we'll update with our picks. We went 1-1-1 last week, when it looked like we would go 0-3 going into Sunday.


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Ryan Ballengee

Ryan Ballengee is founder and editor of Golf News Net. He has been writing and broadcasting about golf for over a decade, working for NBC Sports, Golf Channel, Yahoo Sports and SB Nation. Ballengee lives in the Washington, D.C. area with his family. He used to be a good golfer.

Ballengee can be reached by email at ryan[at]thegolfnewsnet.com