Odds to Win the Northern Trust

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For the very first time in PGA Tour history, the FedExCup playoffs will fall from four to four events, and the 2019 variant of the Northern Trust kicks off the postseason at Liberty National Golf Club at Jersey City, New Jersey this week.
In BetOnline,” Brooks Koepka is the +800 preferred to win the first playoff event using Rory McIlroy (+1100), Jon Rahm (+1400), Dustin Johnson (+1600), Justin Thomas (+1800), Justin Rose (+2000), Patrick Cantlay (+2200), Rickie Fowler (+2200), Tiger Woods (+2500) and Tommy Fleetwood (+2500) rounding out the top 10.
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This marks Woods’ first event since missing the cut in the Open Championship at Northern Ireland and only his fifth championship since winning the Masters in April. When Adam Scott emerged triumphant the previous time was back 2013. Scott is now +4000 to record another victory this time around.
The winner of the Northern Trust receives 2,000 FedExCup points, because the play sees the things as gamers try to make their way into East Lake in Atlanta at the Tour Championship and a shot at the $15-million trophy. Only the top 70 players are entitled to begin in Medinah next week, therefore 55 guys will find themselves out the cut line ahead of the BMW Championship.
Bryson DeChambeau is back to defend his title after launching last year’s FedExCup match with a win in the Northern Trust as it was held in Ridgewood Country Club. The American 63 — which included eight birdies — gave him a lead before Sunday he parlayed to a snobby triumph.
The program, a 7,370-yard par 71, boasts one of the best skylines in clubs along with views of downtown New York City and the Statue of Liberty from the background. Over $300 million was put to ensure it is a destination on the PGA Tour about what used to be an industrial wasteland.
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Odds in BetOnline as of August 6

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