2019 Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions betting guide: Current odds, picks, who will win
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2019 Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions betting guide: Current odds, picks, who will win


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The 2019 Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions betting odds have been released for the week at Tranquilo Golf Club at the Four Seasons in Walt Disney World near Orlando, Fla.

The betting favorite is Ariya Jutanugarn, who comes in at 9-to-2 betting odds (+450) to start the week, coming off a dominating 2018. Lexi Thompson is 13-to-2, while Nasa Hataoka is 9-to-1.



2019 Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions betting odds

Odds to win outright

  • Ariya Jutanugarn: +450
  • Lexi Thompson: +650
  • Nasa Hataoka: +900
  • Lydia Ko: +1000
  • Sei Young Kim: +1200
  • Brooke Henderson: +1200
  • Shanshan Feng: +1400
  • Nelly Korda: +1500
  • Marina Alex: +1800
  • Georgia Hall: +1800
  • Danielle Kang: +2000
  • In Gee Chun: +2000
  • Brittany Lincicome: +2200
  • Amy Yang: +2200
  • Moriya Jutanugarn: +2200
  • Stacy Lewis: +2800
  • Anna Nordqvist: +3600
  • Cristie Kerr: +4000
  • Gaby Lopez: +4600
  • Eun Hee Ji: +5600
  • Mi Hyang Lee: +6100
  • Annie Park: +6700
  • Angela Stanford: +11100
  • Mirim Lee: +12700
  • Pernilla Lindberg: +15200
  • Katherine Kirk: +15200
  • Thidapa Suwannapura: +17800

2019 Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions expert picks and bets

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Win bets

  • Danielle Kang: Kang had some very good golf in the fall after successfully battling some demons. Now validated with two wins, including a major, she could be a force this year.
  • Brittany Lincicome: She loves the early season, easy-going events. This is her jam on a golf course her game could like.
  • Annie Park: Park is very hard to predict, and she slumps a lot. But she had some good showings in the fall LPGA schedule.

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