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2020 WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational Odds: Jon Rahm, Justin Thomas Favored in Loaded Field

2020 WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational Odds: Jon Rahm, Justin Thomas Favored in Loaded Field article feature image

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It’s crowded at the top of the golf world right now and it shows in the odds.

WGC fields are always well attended, but the 2020 WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational takes things to another level as the top eight players in the world and 27 of the top 30 players in the FedEx Cup Standings are set to compete in Memphis this week.

And if the odds are any indication, we should expect it to be a wide-open event at TPC Southwind.

There are only 78 players in the field of this no-cut event and 14 of them are listed at 30-1 or shorter.

We’ll start with Jon Rahm, fresh off his victory at Memorial two weeks ago. Rahm, the new World No. 1, is at the top of the odds at 10-1.

Rahm is followed closely by Justin Thomas (11-1), Rory McIlroy (11-1) and Bryson DeChambeau (12-1) at the top of the board.

Thomas may not have a win during the Return to Golf, but the World No. 3 has been knocking on the door. He’s got three top-10 finishes, including an excruciating runner-up at the Workday Charity Open, in five events.

McIlroy has made the cut in all four events he’s played since the break but he hasn’t quite put it together yet. McIlroy’s price has dropped since the beginning of the Return to Golf when he was listed in the single-digits, but oddsmakers are clearly weary of dropping Rory too far down the board, especially considering he finished T4 here in 2019.

Brooks Koepka will be a polarizing play this week as he’s coming off three consecutive poor showings and is battling a knee injury, yet he’s also got some things going for him. Not only is Koepka the defending champ at this event but he always saves his best for golf’s toughest fields, so while you probably should steer clear of Brooks at a short price, it wouldn’t be that surprising if people start to bet him if he drifts too far. He’s currently listed at 33-1.

Speaking of past champions, who knows what to expect out of Dustin Johnson at TPC Southwind? The two-time champion looked like he had figured it out with his win at The Travelers but things have come undone since then. Johnson missed the cut at +16 at Memorial and then followed that up with a 7-over Round 1 card at the 3M before withdrawing with a back issue.

It’s hard to imagine many people will be looking to back Johnson (30-1) this week in any format.

Daniel Berger (28-1) is probably a name to keep an eye on in the early market. Berger could attract plenty of support considering that he won at this course two years in a row (2016, 2017) before this event became a WGC competition.

It also won’t be surprising if Collin Morikawa, who won the 2019 Barracuda Championship played opposite the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational, sees his odds tumble as the week goes on — he’s currently 25-1. Morikawa is still new to the TOUR, but he’s already shown he can punch with the heavyweights this season and there’s no reason to doubt that he’s a threat to contend in Memphis.

Tommy Fleetwood showed a bit of rust in his return to the TOUR last week at TPC Twin Cities. The Merseysider didn’t make the cut and lost strokes on approach during his two-round jaunt in Minnesota. He’s 33-1 this week.

Tony Finau continued his good run of form at the 3M Open but came up just short once again. The 30-year-old’s struggles during the business end of tournaments are well documented but you’d be foolish to count him out even in a field of this caliber at 33-1.

Check out the full betting odds for the 2020 WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational below.

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2020 WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational Odds

To Win PointsBet (7/27)
Jon Rahm +1000
Rory McIlroy +1100
Justin Thomas +1100
Bryson DeChambeau +1200
Patrick Cantlay +2000
Xander Schauffele +2000
Webb Simpson +2200
Collin Morikawa +2500
Viktor Hovland +2500
Tyrrell Hatton +2800
Daniel Berger +2800
Dustin Johnson +3000
Hideki Matsuyama +3000
Matthew Fitzpatrick +3000
Tony Finau +3300
Tommy Fleetwood +3300
Patrick Reed +3300
Brooks Koepka +3300
Jason Day +4000
Rickie Fowler +4000
Gary Woodland +4000
Billy Horschel +4000
Jordan Spieth +5000
Abraham Ancer +5000
Sergio Garcia +6000
Marc Leishman +6600
Matt Kuchar +7000
Im-Sung Jae +7000
Joaquin Niemann +7000
Matthew Wolff +7000
Ian Poulter +8000
Paul Casey +8000
Henrik Stenson +8000
Scottie Scheffler +8000
Kevin Na +9000
Danny Willett +9000
Kevin Streelman +9000
Adam Hadwin +9000
Phil Mickelson +10000
Bubba Watson +10000
Brendon Todd +10000
Max Homa +10000
Corey Conners +10000
Matt Wallace +10000
Louis Oosthuizen +12500
Ryan Palmer +12500
Rafael Cabrera Bello +12500
Chez Reavie +12500
Bernd Wiesberger +12500
Shane Lowry +12500
Byeong-Hun An +12500
Kevin Kisner +12500
Christiaan Bezuidenhout +12500
Erik Van Rooyen +12500
Brandt Snedeker +15000
Keegan Bradley +15000
Mackenzie Hughes +15000
Joel Dahmen +15000
JT Poston +15000
Cameron Champ +15000
Robert MacIntyre +15000
Matt Jones +20000
Jason Kokrak +20000
Tom Lewis +20000
Cameron Smith +20000
Graeme McDowell +25000
Nick Taylor +25000
Hao Tong Li +25000
Cheng-Tsung Pan +30000
Tyler Duncan +30000
Lucas Herbert +30000
Andrew Landry +30000
Victor Perez +30000
Sung Kang +35000
Shaun Norris +40000
Jazz Janewattananond +40000
Sebastian Soderberg +50000

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