• Harry

After tournaments in California, Arizona, and Mexico the PGA Tour is all set to start its Florida swing starting this Thursday at the Honda Classic in Palm Beach Gardens. All the big name elite golfers will be attending this month-long stretch of prestigious tournaments in Florida. Here are the current odds on some of the favorites to win this week:


Odds to Win

11/1 Tommy Fleetwood

13/1 Brooks Koepka

15/1 Rickie Fowler

22/1 Gary Woodland

22/1 Justin Rose

22/1 Louie Oosthuizen

28/1 Billy Horschel

28/1 Viktor Hovland


Top 20

-120 Billy Horschel

Horschel loves playing here as he has three top 20 finishes in the past four tournaments. He is ranked 35thin the world rankings and has four top 10 finishes already this season.

Top 20 & Top 10

+800 Top 10 AND /OR +400 Top 20 Jason Kokrak

Kokrak is a player who I feel will have a special season and will win at some point this season. Kokrak played nicely here finishing 9th in last year’s tournament.


Top 20 & Top 10

+550 Top 10 AND / OR +250 Top 20Erik Van Rooyen

Van Rooyen is a rising star who hails from South Africa. He had an excellent PGA championship in Long Island last year and finished tied for third in Mexico last week.


YES Will Make Cut or NO Will Not Make the Cut Picks

-150 Yes - Keith Mitchell

Not a terrible price to lay on the defending champion


-135 Yes - Matt Wallace

Wallace is starting to play a lot more in the States than on the European Tour.


-200 Yes - Lee Westwood

The ageless one has been playing solid golf so far this season.


+120 No - Kurt Kitayama

Kitayama struggled plenty last week in Mexico City. He missed many fairways and his putting was awful. I don’t see that changing much this week.


Top Englishman To Win

+125 Tommy Fleetwood

Others are Rose, Poulter, Westwood, T Lewis and M. Wallace. Donald

Fleetwood plays well here and finished 18th last year and 4th in 2018.


Winner of Tournament

15/1 Rickie Fowler

+350 to finish in Top 5

+175 to finish Top 10

Fowler is well overdue for a win and this might be the place where he gets it done. I’m going with Rickie based on his past history here. Fowler finished second last season and sixth in 2016. In 2017, he was the winner so lets look for Fowler to put up a big showing.