The Odds: Matt Kuchar, Rory McIlroy Favorites This Weekend

The BMW PGA Championship in Surrey, England and the Crowne Plaza Invitational in Fort Worth, Texas take place this weekend. Between the two events, there are a number of notable names.

Stateside, Matt Kuchar tops the odds board with a price of 12-to-1 at the LVH SuperBook. He’s coming off a seventh-place finish at the HP Byron Nelson in which he shot eight-under par. A quartet of golfers — Adam Scott, Zach Johnson, Jim Furyk, and Jordan Spieth — trail Kuchar with prices of 15-to-1.

Over the pond, Rory McIlroy shares a 12-to-1 number with Lee Westwood and Justin Rose. McIlroy had some early-season struggles, but has reeled off top-10 finishes in his last four events.

ODDS TO WIN CROWNE PLAZA INVITATIONAL:
MATT KUCHAR 12-1
ADAM SCOTT 15-1
ZACH JOHNSON 15-1
JIM FURYK 15-1
JORDAN SPIETH 15-1
DUSTIN JOHNSON 20-1
GRAHAM DeLAET 25-1
JIMMY WALKER 30-1
CHRIS KIRK 40-1
RYAN PALMER 40-1
BILL HAAS 40-1
JASON DUFNER 40-1
RICKIE FOWLER 40-1
MARC LEISHMAN 40-1
JOHN SENDEN 40-1
HARRIS ENGLISH 50-1
HUNTER MAHAN 50-1
LOUIS OOSTHUIZEN 50-1
PAUL CASEY 50-1
BOO WEEKLEY 50-1
KEVIN NA 50-1
JOHN HUH 50-1
BRANDT SNEDEKER 50-1
HIDEKI MATSUYAMA 60-1
CHARLEY HOFFMAN 60-1
MATT JONES 60-1
BRENDON TODD 60-1
RORY SABBATINI 60-1
MATT EVERY 60-1
BO VAN PELT 60-1
FREDDIE JACOBSON 80-1
BRENDON DE JONGE 80-1
PAT PEREZ 80-1
RUSSELL KNOX 80-1
DAVID HEARN 80-1
CHRIS STROUD 80-1
GEOFF OGILVY 80-1
KEVIN CHAPPELL 80-1
DANIEL SUMMERHAYS 80-1
BEN MARTIN 80-1
SEUNG-YUL NOH 80-1
NICK WATNEY 100-1
RYO ISHIKAWA 100-1
MARTIN LAIRD 100-1
GEORGE McNEILL 100-1
CHESSON HADLEY 100-1
KEVIN STADLER 100-1
ANGEL CABRERA 125-1
DAVID TOMS 125-1
FIELD (all others) 5-2

TOURNAMENT MATCHUPS:
MATT KUCHAR -120 vs. ADAM SCOTT EVEN
JIM FURYK -110 vs. ZACH JOHNSON -110
DUSTIN JOHNSON +115 vs. JORDAN SPIETH -135
GRAHAM DeLAET -120 vs. JIMMY WALKER EVEN
CHRIS KIRK -115 vs. JOHN SENDEN -105
MARC LEISHMAN -110 vs. RYAN PALMER -110
JASON DUFNER -125 vs. HUNTER MAHAN +105
HARRIS ENGLISH +105 vs. BILL HAAS -125
JOHN HUH EVEN vs. KEVIN NA -120
BRENDON DE JONGE -125 vs. FREDDIE JACOBSON +105

ODDS TO WIN BMW PGA CHAMPIONSHIP:
RORY McILROY 12-1
LEE WESTWOOD 12-1
JUSTIN ROSE 12-1
LUKE DONALD 15-1
SERGIO GARCIA 18-1
HENRIK STENSON 20-1
MARTIN KAYMER 20-1
FRANCESCO MOLINARI 20-1
CHARL SCHWARTZEL 30-1
MIGUEL ANGEL JIMENEZ 30-1
JAMIE DONALDSON 30-1
IAN POULTER 40-1
JOOST LUITEN 40-1
ROSS FISHER 40-1
ANDERS HANSEN 50-1
CHRIS WOOD 50-1
MATTEO MANASSERO 50-1
ERNIE ELS 50-1
JONAS BLIXT 60-1
PETER HANSON 60-1
THOMAS BJORN 60-1
VICTOR DUBUISSON 60-1
ALEJANDRO CANIZARES 60-1
ALVARO QUIROS 80-1
BERND WIESBERGER 80-1
STEPHEN GALLACHER 80-1
DANNY WILLETT 80-1
PADRAIG HARRINGTON 80-1
RETIEF GOOSEN 80-1
RICHIE RAMSAY 80-1
PAUL LAWRIE 80-1
TOMMY FLEETWOOD 80-1
RAFAEL CABRERA BELLO 80-1
GREGORY BOURDY 80-1
GEORGE COETZEE 80-1
BROOKS KOEPKA 100-1
PABLO LARRAZABAL 100-1
THONGCHAI JAIDEE 100-1
JULIEN QUESNE 100-1
ROBERT KARLSSON 100-1
DARREN FICHARDT 100-1
FELIPE AGUILAR 100-1
SHANE LOWRY 100-1
BRANDEN GRACE 100-1
NICOLAS COLSAERTS 100-1
THORBJORN OLESEN 125-1
PETER UIHLEIN 125-1
ALEX NOREN 125-1
DARREN CLARKE 500-1
FIELD (all others) 5-2

TOURNAMENT MATCHUPS:
RORY McILROY -120 vs. LEE WESTWOOD EVEN
LUKE DONALD EVEN vs. JUSTIN ROSE -120
SERGIO GARCIA -125 vs. HENRIK STENSON +105
MARTIN KAYMER -120 vs. FRANCESCO MOLINARI EVEN
IAN POULTER +105 vs. CHARL SCHWARTZEL -125
JAMIE DONALDSON -110 vs. JOOST LUITEN -110
ANDERS HANSEN -110 vs. CHRIS WOOD -110
JONAS BLIXT -110 vs. PETER HANSON -110
GREGORY BOURDY -120 vs. JULIEN QUESNE EVEN
NICOLAS COLSAERTS -110 vs. THORBJORN OLESEN -110

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