2020 The Match: Champions for Charity betting odds: Picks, who will win, prop bets
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2020 The Match: Champions for Charity betting odds: Picks, who will win, prop bets



The 2020 The Match: Champions for Charity betting odds have been released for the charity match at Medalist Golf Club in Jupiter, Fla.

The betting favorite is the team of Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning, who come in at -200 (bet $200 to win $100) against Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady, who are +175 (bet $100 to win $175) to win the most money in this 18-hole match-play exhibition.

There are two formats for the competition, evenly split between the nines. The teams will play a fourball (or best ball) on the front nine, then modified alternate shot on the back nine (or until a winner is determined).

2020 The Match: Champions for Charity expert picks and bets

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The Match: Champions for Charity event will be the first time Tiger and Phil have competed on TV since the first round of The Players in March. Manning and Brady have played in celebrity golf events on TV, like the PGA Tour’s AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, but they’ve never been in a situation where they’re the stars on the course. They’ve also never played in a modified alternate shot format on TV, where they will have to contribute something.

Medalist Golf Club is Tiger Woods’ home club. He knows it like the back of his hand. The other three don’t. Edge to Tiger and Manning on that front, as well the fact that Manning is a better golfer than Brady, who is working out with his new Tampa Bay Bucs teammates right now more than focusing on golf.

Phil will be motivated, as he was in the original Match, to beat Tiger. But he needs Brady to do it, and that seems dubious. Take the favorites for the match.

However, I think we can look at Phil/Brady for two props. Tiger is usually iffy on the first hole and eases into rounds. Phil knows this and will push hard. I like Phil/Brady on the first hole with a little edge, and I like them on the front nine with a half-unit wager. Brady should be exposed on the back nine.

Betting card

  • To win: Tiger Woods/Peyton Manning (-200)
  • To win the first hole: Phil Mickelson/Tom Brady (+100)
  • To win the front nine: Phil Mickelson/Tom Brady (+110)
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2020 The Match: Champions for Charity betting odds

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To Win

  • Tiger Woods/Peyton Manning: -200
  • Phil Mickelson/Tom Brady: +175

Which team will be in lead after Hole 1?

  • Tiger Woods/Peyton Manning: -120
  • Phil Mickelson/Tom Brady: +100

Which team will be in lead after 9 holes?

  • Tiger Woods/Peyton Manning: -130
  • Phil Mickelson/Tom Brady: +110

Who will record the most birdies?

  • Peyton Manning: -150
  • Tom Brady: +130

Who will record the most birdies?

  • Phil Mickelson: +100
  • Tiger Woods: -120

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