2019 Zozo Championship betting odds: Picks, who will win
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2019 Zozo Championship betting odds: Picks, who will win



The 2019 Zozo Championship betting odds have been released for the week at Accordia Golf Narashino Country Club in Chiba, Japan.

The betting favorite this week is Justin Thomas, who comes into the week at 11-to-2 (+550) betting odds. Rory McIlroy is next best at 7-to-1.

HIdeki Matsuyama is at 16-to-1, while Tiger Woods is 31-to-1.

2019 Zozo Championship expert picks and bets

Win bets

  • Patrick Reed: Playing great since the late summer, Reed handles tighter venues pretty well.
  • Adam Hadwin: Coming into his third start of the season, Hadwin has finished in the top fourth in his prior two starts.
  • Charles Howell III: CH3 is such a casual money earner that he never gets love, but he's so consistent that at 70-to-1, gotta give him a look.
  • Adam Scott: Scott has been playing well for a while, and he finished T-5 in the Japan Open last week.

2019 Zozo Championship betting odds

Odds to win outright

  • Justin Thomas: +550
  • Rory McIlroy: +700
  • Hideki Matsuyama: +1600
  • Xander Schauffele: +1800
  • Jordan Spieth: +2300
  • Paul Casey: +2300
  • Adam Scott: +2300
  • Gary Woodland: +2500
  • Patrick Reed: +2500
  • Tommy Fleetwood: +2600
  • Tony Finau: +2600
  • Viktor Hovland: +2600
  • Tiger Woods: +3100
  • Collin Morikawa: +3100
  • Jason Day: +3100
  • Matthew Fitzpatrick: +3300
  • Sungjae Im: +3400
  • Adam Hadwin: +3700
  • Rafael Cabrera Bello: +4100
  • Marc Leishman: +4100
  • Byeong Hun An: +4100
  • Joaquin Niemann: +4100
  • Louis Oosthuizen: +4100
  • Sergio Garcia: +4600
  • Shane Lowry: +4600
  • Kevin Na: +5100
  • Ryan Moore: +5100
  • Billy Horschel: +5100
  • Emiliano Grillo: +5100
  • Kevin Kisner: +5100
  • Andrew Putnam: +5600
  • Ian Poulter: +6200
  • Chez Reavie: +6600
  • Corey Conners: +6700
  • Charles Howell III: +6800
  • Shugo Imahira: +6800
  • Pat Perez: +6800
  • Matthew Wolff: +7700
  • Lucas Glover: +8200
  • Rory Sabbatini: +8200
  • Dylan Frittelli: +8200
  • Jason Kokrak: +8200
  • Danny Lee: +8200
  • Ryan Palmer: +8200
  • Graeme Mcdowell: +9100
  • Harold Varner III: +9100
  • Kevin Streelman: +9200
  • Bubba Watson: +9200
  • Wyndham Clark: +9200
  • Abraham Ancer: +10200
  • J T Poston: +12300
  • Daniel Berger: +12800
  • Si Woo Kim: +12800
  • Ryo Ishikawa: +12800
  • Joel Dahmen: +12800
  • Chan Kim: +12800
  • Nate Lashley: +12800
  • Scott Piercy: +12800
  • Keegan Bradley: +12800
  • Shaun Norris: +12800
  • Jazz Janewattananond: +15200
  • Kevin Tway: +15200
  • Sung Kang: +15200
  • Adam Schenk: +15200
  • C T Pan: +15200
  • Keith Mitchell: +15200
  • Seungsu Han: +15200
  • Rikuya Hoshino: +17800
  • Vaughn Taylor: +17800
  • Adam Long: +20400
  • Troy Merritt: +20400
  • Mikumu Horikawa: +25600
  • Satoshi Kodaira: +30900
  • Max Homa: +30900
  • Sanghyun Park: +30900
  • Tomoharu Otsuki: +30900
  • Yosuke Asaji: +30900
  • Jinichiro Kozuma: +41700

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