Odds to Win the Tour Championship

Only 30 guys are left standing in the race to be crowned the 2019 FedExCup playoff champion and it is all going to come down to the postseason occasion at East Lake Golf Course in Atlanta, Georgia.
At BetOnline, Justin Thomas is the +250 favorite to win the Tour Championship, together with Patrick Cantlay (+450), Brooks Koepka (+500), Rory McIlory (+800), Jon Rahm (+1400), Patrick Reed (+1400), Webb Simpson (+2200), Dustin Johnson (+2500), Xander Schauffele (+2800) and Hideki Matsuyama (+3300) rounding out the top 10.
A new format has been installed with every participant getting strokes that were delegated based on his position in the points standings, with this years Tour Championship. That means Thomas will begin the tournament at -10, while Cantlay (-8), Koepka (-7), Reed (-6) and McIlroy (-5) will probably be right . To the Tour Championship for a list of strokes, Click Here.
With $15 million on the line for the FedExCup winner, the play will be high at East Lake. Contemplating Thomas is getting 10 strokes if a participant were to return and erase the shortage that is huge, it could cause one of the most bizarre.
Due to the aforementioned platform, BetOnline is supplying some odds. For example, Charles Howell III is listed at +35000, and Lucas Glover (+30000), Corey Conners (+30000) and Chez Reavie (+30000) also find themselves as major long shots.
Its interesting to find those high amounts given the 30-man area that is small, although the chances of any of them winning are slender.
Having not won in five decades and new off four back surgeries, Tiger Woods pulled a significant upset in the Tour Championship to outlast McIlroy from the final-round pairing. Justin Rose ended up dropping the FedExCup and also a $10 million bonus, but the story was Woods.
Eldrick has been knocked-out of the FedExCup playoffs last week and wasnt capable to replicate last seasons postseason operation, but theres no shortage of talent which will tee it up in East Lake.
A 7,385-yard par 70, the course, has been the home for the Tour Championship since 2004. While Woods owns the document with a score of 257 at the calendar year, zach Johnson owns the album thanks to a round of 60 from the next round of the 2007 tournament.
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