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Odds to Win the 2017 WGC-HSBC Champions

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Oct/25/2017

The odds of winning this week’s WGC-HSBC Champions had Dustin Johnson as a 8/1 favorite with Hideki Matsuyama coming in with the second shortest odds at 10/1.  Live odds can be found here

The world’s number one, Johnson, was headlining this year’s WGC-HSBC event, which kicks off Wednesday night Eastern Standard Time.

Johnson has won three of the last five WGC contests – he won the 2016 Bridgestone Invitational and the 2017 Dell Technologies Match Play Championship and the 2017 Mexico Championship.

He is the only player to win all four WGC titles.

“They are very important tournaments. They are big tournaments. They bring together the best players in the world,” said Johnson, who won four of his 16 Tour titles last season. “My game will probably be a little rusty, but hopefully we can shake it off before the first round.”

The 25-year-old Matsuyama is the first Asian to win a World Golf Championship a year ago then won the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational title in August.

“It is different coming back as defending champion,” said Matsuyama, the world No. 4 who seared his way to victory last year by a comprehensive seven shots over the Swede Stenson and Daniel Berger of the United States.

“I don’t want to put a lot of pressure or expectation on myself, I just want to let the tournament come to me, like it did last year.”

10/25/2017 17:30:00

 

ODDS TO WIN 2017 WGC-HSBC CHAMPIONS- ALL IN

 
 

98501

DUSTIN JOHNSON

+800

 

98502

HIDEKI MATSUYAMA

+1000

 

98503

JASON DAY

+1600

 

98504

MARC LEISHMAN

+1600

 

98505

JON RAHM

+1600

 

98506

JUSTIN ROSE

+1600

 

98507

BROOKS KOEPKA

+1800

 

98508

PAUL CASEY

+1800

 

98509

TYRRELL HATTON

+2500

 

98510

HENRIK STENSON

+2500

 

98511

FRANCESCO MOLINARI

+2500

 

98512

ROSS FISHER

+2500

 

98513

PHIL MICKELSON

+2800

 

98514

PAT PEREZ

+2800

 

98515

MATT KUCHAR

+3000

 

98516

TOMMY FLEETWOOD

+3000

 

98517

XANDER SCHAUFFELE

+3000

 

98518

TONY FINAU

+3000

 

98519

MATTHEW FITZPATRICK

+3000

 

98520

PATRICK REED

+3000

 

98521

PATRICK CANTLAY

+4000

 

98522

DANIEL BERGER

+4000

 

98523

ADAM SCOTT

+4000

 

98524

RAFAEL CABRERA BELLO

+5000

 

98525

ALEX NOREN

+5000

 

98526

OTHERS ON REQUEST

 


- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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