BMW Championship Odds And Tips For Sportsbooks

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Sep/15/2017

This week’s PGA Tournament is the prestigious BMW Championship. Taking place at the Conway Farms Golf Course in Lake Forest, IL, the BMW Championship, like every PGA Event, provides golf handicappers with many betting options.

Online bookie agents must be on their toes to traverse the deep BMW Championship. Check out info on odds as well as bookmaking advice.

BMW Championship Favorite Odds

Jordan Spieth              +650

Dustin Johnson           +700

Justin Thomas             +1000

Spieth has finished second in his last 2 tournaments played, the Northern Trust and the Dell Technologies Championship. He could easily win the BMW Championship at favorite odds.

Dustin Johnson won the BMW Championship last year. That may not mean too much because it was over a different golf course. What could mean something is that DJ is in decent form. He won the Northern Trust 2 tournaments ago.

24-years-old Justin Thomas won the PGA Championship on August 13. He finished sixth at the Northern Trust Open.

Then, he won the Dell Technologies Championship last week. Thomas should get the most love from golf favorite bettors.

Pay per head agents should set max betting limits on Thomas. Agents might want to let the action ride on DJ. Setting max betting limits on Spieth makes a ton of sense.

Bookies Beware BMW Championship Odds

Rickie Fowler              +1200

Hideki Matsuyama      +1400

Jon Rahm                    +1400

Paul Casey                  +2000

Fowler hasn’t won a tournament since the Honda Classic in February. He’s offering underlay odds at 12 to 1. Only the most hardened Rickie Fowler fans figure to bet on him at those odds.

Hideki Matsuyama won the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational on August 6. He followed that win with a fifth-place finish in the PGA Championship. Matsuyama missed the cut at The Northern Trust Open. He bounced back with a solid twenty-third finish at the Dell Technologies Championship.

Matsuyama’s form could be coming around. Pay per head agents had better be on their toes regarding Hideki Matsuyama. Set max betting limits for sure.

Paul Casey has 3 Top 5 finishes in 3 of his 4 last tournaments played. It means he’s in excellent form. Casey could easily win the BMW Championship at 20 to 1.

Jon Rham is in excellent form as well.

Both Casey and Rham require max betting limits. When in doubt, online bookie agents should always set max betting limits on golf propositions.

Also, agents shouldn’t be afraid to schedule limit overrides to manage golf betting action.

Pay per head agents looking to upgrade their business and take growth to the next level should have the right sportsbook management software.

Premium tools and features assist agents with the best risk management options in the industry.

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