The Odds: Wide-Open Field At Wyndham Championship

The PGA Tour heads to the Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, N.C. for the Wyndham Championship.

In the week between the PGA Championship and The Barclays — which marks the start of the FedEx Cup Playoffs — the game’s top names won’t be in action, creating a wide open field for bettors.

Brandt Snedeker, author of two top-10 finishes this season, leads the pack at 15-to-1 odds at the LVH SuperBook. He’s played solid if not spectacularly of late, finishing 12th at the WGC-Bridgestone and 13th at last week’s PGA Championship. And according to a tweet from Rickie Fowler, only nine players have a better combined score at this year’s four majors than Snedeker.

Snedeker is followed by a trio of golfers at 20-to-1: Hideki Matsuyama, Webb Simpson, and Patrick Reed.

In the matchup props offered at the LVH, Snedeker is a -125 favorite over Simpson, who is getting back odds of +105.

The Linemakers’ lean: “Home cookin’ for Webb Simpson makes him the man to beat at 20-1. He’s worth a long look,” says Brian Blessing, our go-to guy for golf. “Paul Casey at 50-1 and Andres Romero at 80-1 are solid longshot value plays.”

LVH ODDS TO WIN WYNDHAM CHAMPIONSHIP
BRANDT SNEDEKER 15-1
HIDEKI MATSUYAMA 20-1
WEBB SIMPSON 20-1
PATRICK REED 20-1
BILL HAAS 25-1
TIM CLARK 30-1
ERNIE ELS 30-1
CARL PETTERSSON 40-1
NICK WATNEY 40-1
BRIAN HARMAN 40-1
BROOKS KOEPKA 40-1
BILLY HORSCHEL 40-1
FRANCESCO MOLINARI 40-1
ROBERT KARLSSON 50-1
CHARLES HOWELL III 50-1
FREDDIE JACOBSON 50-1
JUSTIN HICKS 50-1
PAUL CASEY 50-1
BRENDON DE JONGE 50-1
BO VAN PELT 60-1
MARTIN LAIRD 60-1
CHAD CAMPBELL 60-1
MICHAEL PUTNAM 60-1
KYLE STANLEY 60-1
BUD CAULEY 60-1
MATTEO MANASSERO 60-1
JOHN HUH 60-1
ROBERT GARRIGUS 80-1
SCOTT PIERCY 80-1
AARON BADDELEY 80-1
JOE DURANT 80-1
RETIEF GOOSEN 80-1
ANDRES ROMERO 80-1
SCOTT BROWN 80-1
STEPHEN GALLACHER 80-1
GONZALO FERNANDEZ-CASTANO 80-1
LUKE GUTHRIE 80-1
WILLIAM McGIRT 80-1
SCOTT LANGLEY 80-1
SHAWN STEFANI 100-1
DAVID TOMS 100-1
CAMILO VILLEGAS 100-1
RAFAEL CABRERA BELLO 100-1
JONATHAN BYRD 100-1
PATRICK CANTLAY 100-1
PETER HANSON 125-1
PADRAIG HARRINGTON 125-1
RYO ISHIKAWA 125-1
FRED COUPLES 125-1
FIELD (all others) 5-4

TOURNAMENT MATCHUPS:
WEBB SIMPSON +105 vs. BRANDT SNEDEKER -125
BILL HAAS EVEN vs. HIDEKI MATSUYAMA -120
TIM CLARK +110 vs. ERNIE ELS -130
CHARLES HOWELL III -110 vs. CARL PETTERSSON -110
BILLY HORSCHEL -110 vs. NICK WATNEY -110
BRENDON DE JONGE -130 vs. FREDDIE JACOBSON +110
PAUL CASEY EVEN vs. ROBERT KARLSSON -120
JUSTIN HICKS -120 vs. KYLE STANLEY EVEN
BUD CAULEY -125 vs. LUKE GUTHRIE +105
RAFAEL CABRERA BELLO EVEN vs. GONZALO FERNANDEZ-CASTANO -120

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