Odds to Win the 2017 Memorial Tournament: McIlroy Out

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Odds to win the 2017 Memorial Tournament appear below with betting available before and after each day's round.


Among the early favorites, Rory McIlroy has announced his withdrawal from this week’s Memorial Tournament.

McIlroy, the reigning FedExCup champion, has been suffering from lingering rib issues.

McIlroy’s agent Sean O’Flaherty told Golf Digest that for McIlroy, “all focus is on getting back to full health for the U.S. Open.”

Dustin Johnson is favored to win at 6-1 odds followed by Jon Rahm and Jordan Spieth at 12/1 odds eacy.

2017 Memorial Tournament Betting Odds

Dustin Johnson 6/1    

Jon Rahm 12/1    

Jordan Spieth 12/1

Jason Day 14/1   

Hideki Matsuyama 16/1    

Justin Rose 20/1 

Adam Scott 22/1        

Rickie Fowler 25/1             

Matt Kuchar 33/1

Brooks Koepka 33/1         

Kevin Kisner 40/1

Justin Thomas 40/1           

Patrick Reed 40/1      

Tony Finau 50/1  

Webb Simpson 50/1  

Byeong Hun An 50/1         

Patrick Cantlay 50/1  

Phil Mickelson 66/1           

Jason Dufner 66/1     

Kevin Chappell 66/1

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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