2021 Gainbridge LPGA betting odds and tips: Futures picks, who will win
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2021 Gainbridge LPGA betting odds and tips: Futures picks, who will win

The 2021 Gainbridge LPGA betting odds have been released for the LPGA Tour event at Lake Nona Golf and Country Club in Orlando, Fla.

The betting favorite this week are Jin Young Ko and Sei Young Kim, who come in at 6-to-1 (+600) betting odds.

Danielle Kang is next best at 10-to-1, while Nelly Korda is on 11-to-1.

2021 Gainbridge LPGA tips, expert picks and futures bets

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2021 Gainbridge LPGA betting odds: Outright winner

  • Jin Young Ko: +600
  • Sei Young Kim: +600
  • Danielle Kang: +1000
  • Nelly Korda: +1100
  • Lydia Ko: +1400
  • Brooke Henderson: +1800
  • Lexi Thompson: +1800
  • Jeong-Eun Lee6: +2000
  • Jessica Korda: +2200
  • Ally Ewing: +2800
  • Nasa Hataoka: +3000
  • Charley Hull: +3500
  • Austin Ernst: +4000
  • Carlota Ciganda: +4000
  • Georgia Hall: +4000
  • Anna Nordqvist: +5000
  • Anne van Dam: +6600
  • Caroline Masson: +6600
  • Cheyenne Knight: +6600
  • Jennifer Song: +6600
  • Sung Hyun Park: +6600
  • Yealimi Noh: +6600
  • Angela Stanford: +7500
  • Brittany Altomare: +7500
  • In Gee Chun: +7500
  • Amy Olson: +8000
  • Amy Yang: +8000
  • Celine Boutier: +8000
  • Jenny Shin: +8000
  • Megan Khang: +8000
  • Mi Jung Hur: +8000
  • Brittany Lincicome: +9000
  • Gaby Lopez: +9000
  • Jennifer Kupcho: +9000
  • Mel Reid: +9000
  • Sophia Popov: +9000
  • Stacy Lewis: +9000
  • Madelene Sagstrom: +10000
  • Sarah Schmelzel: +10000
  • Cristie Kerr: +12500
  • Lindy Duncan: +12500
  • Lizzete Salas: +12500
  • Stephanie Meadow: +12500
  • Angel Yin: +15000
  • Bronte Law: +15000
  • Jasmine Suwannapura: +15000
  • Xiyu Lin: +15000
  • Azahara Munoz: +17500
  • Nanna Koerstz Madsen: +17500
  • Annika Sorenstam: +20000

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