2019 CME Group Tour Championship betting odds: Picks, who will win
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2019 CME Group Tour Championship betting odds: Picks, who will win



The 2019 CME Group Tour Championship betting odds have been released for the week at Tiburon Golf Club in Naples, Fla.

The betting favorite this week are Inbee Park and Jin Young Ko, with the two Korean stars coming in at 11-to-1 (+1100) betting odds in the season-ending tournament with a $1.5 million first-place payout.

Nelly Korda is 12-to-1, coming off a third-career LPGA win in Asia.

Brooke Henderson and Minjee Lee are at 14-to-1 as part of this 60-player field. There are no points considerations to claim the top prize, the Race to the CME Globe. Win the tournament, win the cash.

2019 CME Group Tour Championship expert picks and bets

Win bets

Lexi Thompson: Thompson has seen this course a lot of times. She hasn't played a ton of golf this fall, but she has a chance to finish off the season with a big win. Would love to get her closer to 30-to-1.

Charley Hull: She's finished T-16 and T-11 in her two starts during the Asian swing. She was recently married, and she seems to be playing happy golf. That's a good recipe for this week, where she has done well in the past.

Marina Alex: Alex has enjoyed a strong season, but she hasn't followed through with a win. She was T-5 in this tournament last year.

Brooke Henderson: Keeping it in play is key here, but longer players have historically played great at this venue. Henderson fits the bill.

2019 CME Group Tour Championship betting odds

Odds to win outright

  • Inbee Park: +1100
  • Jin Young Ko: +1100
  • Nelly Korda: +1200
  • Brooke M. Henderson: +1400
  • Minjee Lee: +1400
  • Nasa Hataoka: +1800
  • Danielle Kang: +1800
  • Hyo Joo Kim: +1900
  • Sei Young Kim: +1900
  • Ariya Jutanugarn: +2100
  • Lexi Thompson: +2300
  • Jessica Korda: +2300
  • Jeongeun Lee6: +2600
  • Amy Yang: +2600
  • Shanshan Feng: +2600
  • Sung Hyun Park: +2900
  • Carlota Ciganda: +2900
  • So Yeon Ryu: +3100
  • Brittany Altomare: +3600
  • Mi Jung Hur: +4100
  • Charley Hull: +4100
  • Yu Liu: +4600
  • Caroline Masson: +4600
  • Marina Alex: +5100
  • Georgia Hall: +5100
  • Lydia Ko: +6800
  • Lizette Salas: +6800
  • Megan Khang: +6800
  • Kristen Gillman: +8200
  • Bronte Law: +8200
  • Azahara Munoz: +8200
  • Gaby Lopez: +8200
  • Angel Yin: +10300
  • Chella Choi: +10300
  • Jing Yan: +10300
  • Su Oh: +10300
  • Ally McDonald: +10300
  • Hannah Green: +12000
  • Eun-Hee Ji: +12800
  • Morgan Pressel: +12800
  • Nanna Koerstz Madsen: +12800
  • Moriya Jutanugarn: +15500
  • Stacy Lewis: +15500
  • Amy Olson: +15500
  • Nicole Broch Larsen: +15500
  • Jennifer Kupcho: +15500
  • Jodi Ewart Shadoff: +15500
  • Alena Sharp: +15500
  • Wei-Ling Hsu: +20400
  • Anna Nordqvist: +20400
  • Celine Boutier: +20400
  • Katherine Kirk: +20400
  • Mi Hyang Lee: +20400
  • Mirim Lee: +25600
  • Annie Park: +25600
  • Jasmine Suwannapura: +30900
  • Cheyenne Knight: +30900
  • Jenny Shin: +30900
  • Jaye Marie Green: +41700
  • Ashleigh Buhai: +50000

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