2020 BMW PGA Championship betting odds and tips: Futures picks, who will win
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2020 BMW PGA Championship betting odds and tips: Futures picks, who will win


The 2020 BMW PGA Championship betting odds have been released for the European Tour event at Wentworth Club in Virginia Water, England.

The betting favorites this week are Patrick Reed and Tommy Fleetwood, with both coming in at 10-to-1 (+1000) betting odds.

Tyrrell Hatton, Matthew Fitzpatrick and Justin Rose are all at 16-to-1.

Erik van Rooyen and Thomas Pieters are both on 25-to-1.

2020 BMW PGA Championship tips, expert picks and futures bets

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This week, we have the rescheduled BMW PGA Championship in England, the flagship event of the European Tour and final event of the second UK swing. It's a solid field with the same purse as last week in Scotland.

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2020 BMW PGA Championship betting odds: Outright winner

  • Patrick Reed: +1000
  • Tommy Fleetwood: +1000
  • Tyrrell Hatton: +1600
  • Matthew Fitzpatrick: +1600
  • Justin Rose: +1600
  • Erik van Rooyen: +2500
  • Thomas Pieters: +2500
  • Ian Poulter: +3000
  • Matt Wallace: +3000
  • Shane Lowry: +2500
  • Bernd Wiesberger: +3000
  • Lee Westwood: +3000
  • Lucas Herbert: +3500
  • Martin Kaymer: +4000
  • Aaron Rai: +4000
  • Christiaan Bezuidenhout: +4000
  • Andy Sullivan: +4000
  • Robert MacIntyre: +4000
  • Rasmus Hojgaard: +4000
  • Sam Horsfield: +5000
  • Thomas Detry: +5000
  • Haotong Li: +5000
  • Branden Grace: +6000
  • George Coetzee: +6000
  • Matthias Schwab: +6000
  • Victor Perez: +6000
  • Jordan Smith: +6000
  • Joost Luiten: +6000
  • Mike Lorenzo-Vera: +6000
  • Benjamin Hebert: +6000
  • Danny Willett: +6000
  • Andrew Johnston: +8000
  • Romain Langasque: +8000
  • Marcus Kinhult: +8000
  • John Catlin: +8000
  • Gavin Green: +8000
  • Jorge Campillo: +8000
  • Robert Rock: +8000
  • Joakim Lagergren: +8000
  • Eddie Pepperell: +8000
  • Brandon Stone: +8000
  • Jazz Janewattananond: +10000
  • Victor Dubuisson: +10000
  • Paul Waring: +10000
  • Ryan Fox: +10000
  • Justin Harding: +10000
  • Kurt Kitayama: +10000
  • Garrick Higgo: +10000
  • Dean Burmester: +10000

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