Golf Odds To Win The FedEx St. Jude Classic

Golf Odds To Win The FedEx St. Jude Classic

Golf Odds To Win The FedEx St. Jude Classic

The FedEx St. Jude Classic tees off Thursday, June 11, from TPC Southwind in Memphis, Tennessee and it is the PGA Tour’s final tuneup for next week’s U.S. Open. Currently there is an obvious absence of Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy on the golf betting card, but there are several big names like Phil Mickelson, Dustin Johnson, Paul Casey, Luke Donald and last year’s champion Ben Crane to bet on.

Johnson, who is only golfer ranked in the world’s top 10 (No. 7) playing at Southwind, is PGA Tour oddsmakers’ favorite at 11/2, ahead of Mickelson at 12/1, Ryan Palmer at 14/1 and Billy Horschel at 16/1. Mickelson is 19th in the world rankings. He is coming off a 65th-place finish last week. He has no wins and two top 10s on the year. He finished 11th in this tournament last year. Horschel is 20th in the world rankings. He is winless on the year with just one top 10. Horschel finished sixth in this tournament a year ago. Palmer is 26th in the world rankings currently. He is winless on the year with four top 10s. Palmers finished 32nd in this tournament a year ago.

Who To Bet On To Win The FedEx St. Jude Classic

Event: FedEx St. Jude Classic
Date: June. 11-14, 2015
Start Time: 7 AM ET
Location: Memphis, TN
Stadium: TPC Southwind
First Round: Thursday, 4 to 7 p.m. Eastern, Golf Channel
Second Round: Friday, 4 to 7 p.m. Eastern, Golf Channel
Third Round: Saturday, 1 to 2:30 p.m. Eastern, Golf Channel & 3 to 6 p.m., CBS
Final Round: Sunday, 1 to 2:30 p.m. Eastern, Golf Channel & 3 to 6 p.m., CBS
Stream: CBS Sports Live
Purse: $6 million; Winner’s Share: $1.08 million
FedExCup Points For the Winner: 500
Last Year’s Winner: Ben Crane

Webb Simpson, 16/1

Simpson finished third in the FedEx St. Jude Classic in 2014. After a 71 first round, Simpson was down by 8 strokes to underdog winner Ben Crane. Crane shot a 63 first round and doesn’t figure to do anything close to that this year.

The difference for Simpson is that he shot a 66, 69 and 66 final round. Without the so-sofirst round, Simpson probably could have won the FedEx St. Jude last year. He hasn’t played since the Wells Fargo Championship in mid-May where he finished second. The guess is that Simpson’s been targeting this tournament. He’ll be tough at decent odds.

Billy Horschel, 14/1

Horschel tied for sixth place at last year’s St. Jude Classic. Horschel shot very well with a 67, 68, 68, 70 golf line. He was in contention up until the final day. What should give Horschel backers reason to like his chances this week is the fact that he goes into this knocking on the door of a Top 10 finish. He finished thirteenth at The Player’s Championship in early May before finishing eleventh at the Memorial Tournament just this past weekend.

That doesn’t make Horschel hot, but it does make him a golfer to consider backing since he’s already shown the ability to play well at the TPC Southwind in Memphis, TN. If he’s playing comfortably, Horschel could take home the trophy this weekend.

Chesson Hadley, 66/1

Hadley finished tied for thirteenth and only 5 strokes off of Ben Crane in the 2014 FedEx St. Jude Classic. What you have to like about Hadley is that after a terrible 72 third round, he bounced back in a big way with a stunning 67 fourth round to get him close to the winner. That was a terrific show of guts from a guy that most golf bettors wouldn’t even consider backing to win.

Hadley’s form has been off since an eighth place finish at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans back in early April. He finished forty-ninth at the Memorial, but at the odds, golf handicappers have to give him a look.

The Complete Odds To Win The FedEx St. Jude Classic

  • Dustin Johnson — 11/2
  • Phil Mickelson — 12/1
  • Ryan Palmer — 14/1
  • Billy Horschel — 16/1
  • Webb Simpson — 16/1
  • Harris English — 20/1
  • Brooks Koepka — 25/1
  • Paul Casey — 25/1
  • Jamie Donaldson — 28/1
  • Brendon Todd — 33/1
  • Graeme McDowell — 33/1
  • Luke Donald — 33/1
  • George Mcneill — 45/1
  • Jerry Kelly — 50/1
  • Russell Knox — 50/1
  • Shawn Stefani — 50/1
  • Brendon De Jonge — 55/1
  • Charl Schwartzel — 55/1
  • Jason Bohn — 55/1
  • Nick Watney — 55/1
  • Boo Weekley — 66/1
  • Brian Harman — 66/1
  • Cameron Tringale — 66/1
  • Charles Howell III — 66/1
  • Scott Pinckney — 66/1
  • Steven Bowditch — 66/1
  • Chesson Hadley — 75/1
  • Matt Jones — 75/1
  • Carl Pettersson — 80/1
  • Martin Laird — 80/1
  • Matt Every — 80/1
  • Padraig Harrington — 80/1
  • Will Wilcox — 80/1
  • Camilo Villegas — 90/1
  • David Hearn — 90/1
  • Kevin Chappell — 90/1
  • Ben Crane — 100/1
  • Bryce Molder — 100/1
  • Colt Knost — 100/1
  • Jason Kokrak — 100/1
  • Jeff Overton — 100/1
  • John Merrick — 100/1
  • Austin Cook — 125/1
  • Chad Campbell — 125/1
  • Chris Stroud — 125/1
  • Hudson Swafford — 125/1
  • Jon Curran — 125/1
  • Retief Goosen — 125/1
  • Scott Brown — 125/1
  • Scott Stallings — 125/1
  • Seung-yul Noh — 125/1
  • Stewart Cink — 125/1
  • Tommy Gainey — 125/1
  • Troy Merritt — 125/1
  • William Mcgirt — 125/1
  • Zac Blair — 125/1
  • Alex Cejka — 150/1
  • Blayne Barber — 150/1
  • David Toms — 150/1
  • Johnson Wagner — 150/1
  • Jonathan Byrd — 150/1
  • Luke Guthrie — 150/1
  • Martin Flores — 150/1
  • Michael Thompson — 150/1
  • Brian Stuard — 175/1
  • Jonathan Randolph — 175/1
  • Rod Pampling — 175/1
  • Will Mackenzie — 175/1
  • Aaron Baddeley — 200/1
  • Alex Prugh — 200/1
  • Cameron Percy — 200/1
  • Chad Collins — 200/1
  • D.A. Points — 200/1
  • Davis Love III — 200/1
  • Greg Chalmers — 200/1
  • Jhonattan Vegas — 200/1
  • Ken Duke — 200/1
  • Lucas Glover — 200/1
  • Nicholas Thompson — 200/1
  • Robert Allenby — 200/1
  • Roberto Castro — 200/1
  • Andrew Loupe — 250/1
  • Andrew Putnam — 250/1
  • Andrew Svoboda — 250/1
  • Billy Hurley III — 250/1
  • Blake Adams — 250/1
  • Brian Davis — 250/1
  • Charlie Beljan — 250/1
  • Charlie Wi — 250/1
  • Derek Fathauer — 250/1
  • Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano — 250/1
  • Greg Owen — 250/1
  • J.J. Henry — 250/1
  • Kyle Reifers — 250/1
  • Kyle Stanley — 250/1
  • Mark Wilson — 250/1
  • Robert Garrigus — 250/1
  • S.J. Park — 250/1
  • Spencer Levin — 250/1
  • Tim Petrovic — 250/1
  • Vaughn Taylor — 250/1
  • Andres Romero — 300/1
  • Ben Curtis — 300/1
  • Bill Lunde — 300/1
  • Brice Garnett — 300/1
  • Chez Reavie — 300/1
  • Derek Ernst — 300/1
  • Fabian Gomez — 300/1
  • Jason Gore — 300/1
  • John Rollins — 300/1
  • Justin Leonard — 300/1
  • Mark Hubbard — 300/1
  • Richard Sterne — 300/1
  • Sam Saunders — 300/1
  • Steve Wheatcroft — 300/1
  • Steven Alker — 300/1
  • Tom Gillis — 300/1
  • Whee Kim — 300/1
  • Heath Slocum — 350/1
  • Josh Teater — 350/1
  • Tim Wilkinson — 350/1
  • Brandt Jobe — 400/1
  • Dicky Pride — 400/1
  • Glen Day — 400/1
  • Max Homa — 400/1
  • Tag Ridings — 400/1
  • Trevor Immelman — 400/1
  • Byron Smith — 500/1
  • Carlos Sainz Jr — 500/1
  • Chris Smith — 500/1
  • Eric Axley — 500/1
  • Harrison Frazar — 500/1
  • Jim Renner — 500/1
  • Joe Affrunti — 500/1
  • Oscar Fraustro — 500/1
  • Roger Sloan — 500/1
  • Tom Hoge — 500/1
  • Tyrone Van-Aswegen — 500/1
  • Zack Sucher — 500/1
  • Benjamin Alvarado — 750/1
  • Corey Conners — 750/1
  • David Duval — 750/1
  • Mike Weir — 750/1
  • Sam Burns — 750/1
  • Scott McCarron — 750/1
  • Neal Lancaster — 1000/1