2021 LPGA Drive On Championship at Golden Ocala betting odds and tips: Futures picks, who will win
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2021 LPGA Drive On Championship at Golden Ocala betting odds and tips: Futures picks, who will win

The 2021 LPGA Drive On Championship at Golden Ocala betting odds have been released for the LPGA Tour event at Golden Ocala Golf Club in Ocala, Fla.

The betting favorite this week are Jin Young Ko and Nelly Korda, who come in at 7-to-1 (+700) betting odds.

Sei Young Kim is next best at 9-to-1, while Lydia Ko is on 10-to-1.

2021 LPGA Drive On Championship at Golden Ocala tips, expert picks and futures bets

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This week, we have the LPGA Drive On Championship at Golden Ocala, which hosted a short-lived tournament called the Coates Golf Championship in 2015. A number of the players who did well in that event are playing it again this week.

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2021 LPGA Drive On Championship at Golden Ocala betting odds: Outright winner

  • Jin Young Ko: +700
  • Nelly Korda: +700
  • Sei Young Kim: +900
  • Lydia Ko: +1000
  • Brooke Henderson: +1200
  • Lexi Thompson: +1200
  • Danielle Kang: +1600
  • Jessica Korda: +1800
  • Jeong-Eun Lee6: +3000
  • Georgia Hall: +4000
  • Nasa Hataoka: +4000
  • Yealimi Noh: +4000
  • Ally Ewing: +4500
  • Charley Hull: +5000
  • In Gee Chun: +5000
  • Anna Nordqvist: +5500
  • Austin Ernst: +5500
  • Carlota Ciganda: +5500
  • Jenny Shin: +6600
  • Marina Alex: +6600
  • Sophia Popov: +6600
  • Stacy Lewis: +6600
  • Mina Harigae: +7000
  • Amy Yang: +7500
  • Brittany Lincicome: +7500
  • Caroline Masson: +7500
  • Jennifer Kupcho: +7500
  • Cheyenne Knight: +8000
  • Jennifer Song: +8000
  • Brittany Altomare: +9000
  • Megan Khang: +9000
  • Sung Hyun Park: +9000
  • Angel Yin: +10000
  • Celine Boutier: +10000
  • Sarah Schmelzel: +10000
  • Angela Stanford: +11000
  • Anne van Dam: +11000
  • Chella Choi: +12500
  • Cristie Kerr: +12500
  • Gaby Lopez: +12500
  • Mel Reid: +12500
  • Mi Jung Hur: +12500
  • Xiyu Lin: +12500
  • Yu Liu: +12500
  • Ashleigh Buhai: +15000
  • Lizette Salas: +15000
  • Madelene Sagstrom: +15000
  • Eun Hee Ji: +17500
  • Lindsey Weaver: +17500
  • Lindy Duncan: +17500

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