Golf Betting Roundup: 2021 TOUR Championship

A cheat sheet of what other sports handicappers are saying around the web.

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Golf Betting Roundup- 2021 TOUR Championship

Welcome to the BeerLife Sports Golf Betting Roundup! Where we take analysis from the best golf bettors in the industry and put it into one easy-to-view place. This includes summarizing for you who these bettors think will win a given tournament, the best value picks, and their best bets (if applicable). It’s a cheat sheet!

While nobody beats BLS for premium golf betting advice, the more experts the merrier. Below are the picks and value plays from some of our other favorite handicappers. We’ve broken down their plays into who they think has the best chance to win, who has the best value, and their best bets. For more information, check out the links if you want more analysis.

The Best Of the Best: Golf Betting Picks Roundup From Across The Industry

Golf ExpertPick to Win2021 TOUR Championship Value Pick(s)2021 TOUR Championship Best Bets
Jason Sobel
(Action Network)
Jon Rahm +400Finish top-five Justin Thomas +230/Sam Burns +550Scott Scheffler low 72 holes +2500
Pat Mayo
(DraftKings)
Live Bet/No PlayRory Mcllroy +2500 & Justin Thomas +1700Colin Morikawa winner of Group D +210
Daniel Wooters
(Sports Illustrated)
No Official PickJustin Thomas (+1700), Xander Schauffele (+2800), and Erik van Rooyen (+17500)Sam Burns Top 10 +155
Bill Bowman
(Gaming Today)
Dustin Johnson +2000Rory Mcllroy (+2500)N/A
Bradley Gibbs
(BeerLife)
Jon Rahm +400Xander Schauffele +1200, Justin Thomas +1700Kevin Na, Top 10 +550
Dean McHugh
(BeerLife)
Brooks Koepka +5000N/ACollin Morikawa Top 5 +400
Jack Hartman
(BeerLife)
Bryson DeChambeau +550(Without Starting Strokes) Cameron Smith +3000N/A
All odds are provided by FanDuel Sportsbook

Experts Backing Justin Thomas In the TOUR Championship

Who doesn’t like +1700 odds? Experts say that Justin Thomas is one of the best bets in this weekend’s tournament. Importantly, Thomas is starting 6 strokes back from the leader, Patrick Cantlay. Cantlay is starting -10 in this wonky tournament format. However, our resident Golf expert, Bradley Gibbs is in agreement with Jason Sobel, Pat Mayo, and the other well experts above.

Justin Thomas Has Some Of the Best Tee-To-Green Stats At East Lake.

Gibbs explains, “Picking up 2.66 strokes per round on average at East Lake, the 28-year-old ranks as the second-best player in this field in terms of strokes gained: approach, which is eye-catching ahead of a tournament at a course where approach should be critical, while he’s also rank number three here when it comes to strokes gained: tee-to-green.”

Thomas is excellent on this course and so is the favorite Jon Rahm. Rahm is typically a strong performer here and gains an impressive 2.18 strokes per 18 holes at this course. Rahm and Thomas are the major “must-haves” this weekend in DFS.

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