2021 Cologuard Classic betting odds and tips: Futures picks, who will win
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2021 Cologuard Classic betting odds and tips: Futures picks, who will win

The 2021 Cologuard Classic betting odds have been released for the PGA Tour Champions event at Omni Tucson National in Tucson, Ariz.

The betting favorite this week is Phil Mickelson, who comes into the week at 16-to-5 (+320) betting odds.

Jim Furyk and Steve Stricker are both at 11-to-2.

Ernie Els, Bernhard Langer and Retief Goosen are all at 12-to-1.

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2021 Cologuard Classic betting odds: Outright winner

  • Phil Mickelson: +320
  • Jim Furyk: +550
  • Steve Stricker: +550
  • Bernhard Langer: +1200
  • Ernie Els: +1200
  • Retief Goosen: +1200
  • Kevin Sutherland: +1600
  • Fred Couples: +2000
  • Jerry Kelly: +2500
  • Robert Karlsson: +2800
  • Woody Austin: +2800
  • Miguel Angel Jimenez: +3300
  • Scott Parel: +3500
  • K.J. Choi: +4000
  • David Toms: +5000
  • Mike Weir: +5000
  • Vijay Singh: +5000
  • Gene Sauers: +5500
  • Rod Pampling: +6000
  • Doug Barron: +7000
  • Brandt Jobe: +8000
  • Kenny Perry: +8000
  • Colin Montgomerie: +10000
  • Paul Broadhurst: +10000
  • Scott McCarron: +10000
  • Davis Love III: +12500
  • Glen Day: +12500
  • Steve Flesch: +12500
  • Tim Petrovic: +12500
  • Wes Short Jr.: +12500
  • Kent Jones: +15000
  • Kirk Triplett: +15000
  • Paul Goydos: +15000
  • Brett Quigley: +17500
  • Jeff Maggert: +17500
  • Joe Durant: +17500
  • Marco Dawson: +17500
  • Bob Estes: +20000
  • Tim Herron: +20000
  • Tom Lehman: +20000

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