2019 WGC Mexico Championship Odds & Sportsbook Tips For Bookies

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Feb/21/2019

The best golfers in the world head down to Mexico City for the 2019 WGC Mexico Championship. Golf is just about to heat up, which means online bookie agents should start promoting wagering on golf tournaments.

Check out current WGC Mexico Championship odds to win before getting into how agents can manage wagering on the event.

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2019 WGC Mexico Championships Odds

Justin Thomas                                  +900

Dustin Johnson                    +1000

Rory McIlroy                         +1100

Bryson DeChambeau                       +1600

John Rahm                            +1600

Rickie Fowler                                    +1600

Brooks Koepka                     +1800

Tiger Woods                          +1800

Xander Schauffele               +2000

PPH Tools and Tips For Success

Justin Thomas has been playing lights out since the 2018-2019 PGA Season officially started way back in late October. He’s made it into the Top 10 in 5-of-6 tournaments played. That’s fantastic.

Not only that, he finished tied with Phil Mickelson at -16 in last year’s WGC Mexico Championship. Thomas would have won if he hadn’t lost the playoff to Phil.

Although all that’s true, it’s difficult to set max betting limits on Thomas at anything less than $200. Online bookies should use the mass editing tool and set a betting limit of $200 on the favorite.

Although he has a shot to win, no golfer offers overlay odds at less than double-digits. Agents want players wagering on golfers like Thomas.

The same goes for both Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy. Of the two, McIlroy appears to have a better shot to win the WGC Mexico. He’s in great form. Then again, Johnson shot a -12, only 4 strokes off Mickelson and Thomas.

Both could win the WGC Mexico. Neither offers overlay odds. Agents should allow wagers up to $200 on any of those choices.

After the three favorites, per head agents can decide to switch things up a big. By that, we mean they should lower max betting limits on all choices up to +2000.

That includes Bryson DeChambeau, John Rahm, Rickie Fowler, Brooks Koepka,. Tiger Woods, and Xander Shauffele. It’s tough to pick the winner in a golf tournament. It still happens, though. If Shauffele wins at +2000, a $100 wager pays back $2,000.

No bookie can accept enough of those and survive.

The final thing to do is lower max betting limits even more on underdogs offer higher odds than +2000. Lowering max betting limits to even $25 makes sense.

The odds become astronomical and it’s not worth taking a chance. 

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