2019 Greenbrier Classic Golf Betting Odds And Preview

Greenbrier Classic Golf Tournament Betting Odds Preview

The first stop of the 2020 PGA Tour will be at the Greenbrier Classic, or as it’s officially known the Military Tribute at The Greenbrier. It is the first of 49 official events in the schedule.

The 2020 PGA Tour will be the 105th season, and it opens weeks after Rory McIlroy won the FedEx Cup in the 2018-19 season.

Betting Favorites To Win The Greenbrier Classic

Bryson DeChambeau +1200

Seeded 12th in the world ranking, Bryson DeChambeau enters the Greenbrier Classic as the best-ranked player in the tournament. The American is also the favorite listed 12/1 with an 8% implied probability to win.

DeChambeau is young, but he has five PGA Tour wins on his resume and one on the European tour. During the last Greenbrier Classic, he finished in 14th place with eight under par. His 12th place at the FedEx Cup playoff gives the status of the best player in the tournament.

Bryson DeChambeau is also the favorite to finish the first round as the leader, listed at +2500 at MyBookie.ag.

Viktor Hovland +1600

The Norwegian Viktor Hovland is considered by many the sleeper name for the 2019-2020 season. Hovland is only 21-years old without a win inside the PGA Tour yet. Most experts are waiting for Viktor to take the next step sooner rather than later.

Hovland’s best result in his young career is a 4th place at the Wyndham Championship played in April. He did miss the cut the last two times he was on the course at the Mayakoba Golf Classic and the Farmers Insurance Open; so be aware of it.

Jason Kokrak +1600

Amongst the favorites, Jason Kokrak is the one with the most experience, but that means nothing without a PGA win on his resume. Kokrak turned professional in 2008 and has been around the best tournaments in the world, but he hasn’t proved he can get the job done.

In 2019 Kokrak played 24 tournaments, and his best result was a second-place at the Valspar Championship. Five times he finished inside the top-10 and missed the cut just once at the Travelers Championship.

If you come across a prop bet about him “making the cut,” know he made it 23 of 24 times in 2019.

Greenbrier Classic Golfers Odds To Win

Below you can find the rest of the pro golfers playing in the Greenbrier Classic and their betting odds to win the tournament.

GolferOdds To Win
IM Sungjae+2000
Joaquin Niemann+2200
Bubba Watson+2500
Marc Leishman+2500
Byeong Hun An+2800
Russell Henley+3000
Kevin Na+3000
Keegan Bradley+3300
Scottie Scheffler+4000
Scott Piercy+4000
Cameron Smith+4000
Robert Streb+5000
Brian Harman+5500
Harold Varner+5500
Bud Cauley+5500
Sam Burns+5500
Russell Knox+6000
Tom Lewis+6600
Kevin Streelman+6600
Bronson Burgoon+6600
Denny Mccarthy+6600
Martin Laird+6600
JB Holmes+6600
Austin Cook+7000
Sepp Straka+7000
Zach Johnson+7000
Branden Grace+7000
Anirban Lahiri+7500
Sebastian Munoz+8000
Cameron Tringale+8000
Beau Hossler+8000
Danny Lee+8000
Kramer Hickok+8000
Bill Haas+8000
JJ Spaun+8000
Ryan Armour+9000
Joel Dahmen+9000
David Hearn+9000
Jimmy Walker+9000
Andrew Landry+9000
Nick Watney+9000
Brandon Hagy+8000
Jason Dufner+10000
Matt Jones+10000
Adam Schenk+10000
Mackenzie Hughes+10000
Grayson Murray+10000
Doc Redman+10000
Brice Garnett+10000
Nick Taylor+11000
Fabian Gomez+11000
Nate Lashley+11000
Brendon Todd+12500
Harry Higgs+12500
Kevin Chappell+12500
Brian Stuard+12500
Lanto Griffin+12500
Roger Sloan+12500
David Lingmerth+12500
Scott Stallings+14000
Roberto Castro+14000
Zac Blair+14000

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Greenbrier Classic Golf Tournament Information

When Will The Greenbrier Classic Be Played?

Greenbrier Classic is scheduled to start on Thursday, September 12th and run until Sunday, September 15th, 2019. Last season the Greenbrier Classic was not played.

Where Will The Greenbrier Classic Be Played?

The Military Tribute at The Greenbrier will be played on the Old White TPC at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia.

The course is a par 70 with 7,287 yards length.

What Is The Prize Money For The Greenbrier Classic?

The winner of the Greenbrier Classic will receive $1.35 million. It is $36,000 more than what the current champion Kevin Na received in 2017.

The total prize increased by $200,000 from the last edition. The total prize fund is now $7.5 million.

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Alonzo Solano

Alonzo Solano

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Alonzo is a Sports Betting Analyst and casino games enthusiast who has covered Football extensively at SBS, but don’t be surprised if you read him on other sports. He's the host of the NFL Latino TV podcast.

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