The 2020 Charles Schwab Challenge betting odds have been released for the week at Colonial Country Club in Ft. Worth, Texas.
Each week, we’ll take a look at the best head-to-head matchups, looking for value and upsets as suggested by our weekly model.
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If you’re new to head-to-head matchups betting in golf, sportsbooks give bettors a variety of one-on-one or group matchups, pitting players against each other in a single round or for an entire tournament. Of course, before the tournament, we’re looking at either first-round wagers or whole-tournament wagers. If only one of the players makes the cut (there’s no cut this week), then that player is the winner by default, assuming they finish.
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This week, we have a stacked field for golf’s return at Colonial. The top five in the world and 36 of the world top 50 are in action are competing, which gives us some really interesting matchups.
Sungjae Im (-108) over Dustin Johnson: These two players stack up right next to each other in my model. Johnson has been on a slide in 2020, while Im has been on the way up. I’ll take Sungjae here.
Tony Finau (-124) over Marc Leishman: Finau was playing brilliant golf this season, although Leishman’s win at Torrey can’t be discounted. However, Finau is a better Colonial fit and it’s less of a reach to assume he’ll play well.
Scottie Scheffler (+103) over Gary Woodland: This bet is more of a case of a wonky futures market. Scheffler was looking at 40-to-1 to win, while Woodland is 50-to-1. That’s not that far apart, but Scheffler has looked good in his break.[/s2If]