2019 Tour Championship Odds & Coverage: Best Bets, Euro Tour Preview and More
Brian Spurlock, USA Today Sports. Pictured: Brooks Koepka
- The 2019 Tour Championship begins on Thursday, August 22 at East Lake in Atlanta, Georgia.
- Check out all of our betting coverage for the last tournament of the FedEx Cup Playoffs.
The 2018-19 PGA Tour Season comes to an end on Sunday with the conclusion of the Tour Championship.
Thirty golfers remain in the hunt for the 2019 FedEx Cup and for the first time, the winner of the Tour Championship at East Lake will automatically win the FedEx Cup and the $15 million that comes with it.
Check out all of our betting and DFS coverage for the 2019 Tour Championship below:
Tour Championship Betting Picks, Strategies
Our Staff’s Favorite Bets for the 2019 Tour Championship
Check out our golf experts’ favorite bets for the FedEx Cup Finale including a longshot who could post the lowest score for the tournament. Read more.
Sobel’s Betting Preview: How Bettors Should Approach the 2019 Tour Championship
Jason Sobel offers his thoughts on the best betting strategies for East Lake, including one player a few shots back that could make a charge up the leaderboard. Read more.
Sobel’s Tour Championship Matchup Preview: Sungjae Im Could Go Low
Read Jason Sobel’s matchup betting preview with analysis on four matchups that bettors should target at East Lake. Read more.
Jennings’ Tour Championship Market Report: Rory McIlroy Garnering Buzz
Peter Jennings used data from FanShare Sports to discuss which golfers are generating the most buzz in the DFS and betting markets for the Tour Championship. Read more.
Perry’s 2019 Scandinavian Masters Betting Guide
This is one of the rare weeks where Josh Perry thinks the best betting value is overseas in the European Tour. He makes a case for three longshots at the Scandinavian Masters. Read more.
A Recent Trend That Suggests Bettors Should Fade Justin Thomas at East Lake
Jason Sobel details why a recent trend on Tour makes a compelling argument that going against Justin Thomas this weekend makes sense. Read more.
2019 Tour Championship DFS Tips and Strategies
In a unique tournament, there are plenty of different ways to build your DFS lineup. Justin Bailey suggests some players to build around and avoid at East Lake. Read more.
Sobel: The 11 Players Who Have a Chance to Win the New-Look Tour Championship
Jason Sobel used historical data to whittle down the Tour Championship contenders to 11 players who have shown the ability to make up deficits in the past. Read more.
2019 Tour Championship Betting Odds
Justin Thomas +225
Patrick Cantlay +450
Brooks Koepka 4-1
Rory McIlroy 8-1
Patrick Reed 14-1
Jon Rahm 14-1
Webb Simpson 30-1
Dustin Johnson 30-1
Xander Schauffele 30-1
Tony Finau 40-1
Justin Rose 40-1
Hideki Matsuyama 50-1
Adam Scott 50-1
Matt Kuchar 50-1
Rickie Fowler 60-1
Gary Woodland 80-1
Paul Casey 80-1
Abraham Ancer 80-1
Tommy Fleetwood 100-1
Brandt Snedeker 100-1
Kevin Kisner 125-1
Marc Leishman 200-1
Louis Oosthuizen 200-1
Bryson DeChambeau 200-1
Sungjae Im 250-1
Chez Reavie 250-1
Lucas Glover 300-1
Charles Howell III 300-1
Jason Kokrak 300-1
Corey Conners 300-1
2019 Tour Championship Field and Format
The Tour Championship features a strokes-based system, called FedEx Starting Strokes, instituted for the first time in 2019. The player with the lowest total score will win the FedEx Cup and be credited with an official victory at the Tour Championship.
Here’s how it will work:
Justin Thomas, the FedEx Cup points leader after the first two playoffs events, will begin the Tour Championship at 10-under par. Patrick Cantlay will begin at 8-under and Brooks Koepka, who fell from first to third in the FedEx Cup Standings, will start at 7-under.
Here’s the entire field with each player’s starting score and odds side-by-side