2021 Bermuda Championship Odds: Patrick Reed Headlines Field, Matthew Fitzpatrick Tops Board
Sam Greenwood/Getty Images. Pictured: Patrick Reed.
2021 Bermuda Championship Odds
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|Dawie Van Der Walt||+9000|
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If you’re looking for golf’s biggest and brightest stars, the Butterfield Bermuda Championship might not be for you.
The tournament is in a difficult spot, given that the TOUR’s last stop was in Japan, where Hideki Matsuyama claimed the ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP title in his native country. A strong field headed to the Far East for that.
Next week’s stop in Mexico is also more geographically friendly for some of the TOUR’s better players. There are currently 11 players in the top 25 scheduled to tee it up at the World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba, including the man who tops the odds board for the Bermuda Championship.
This field is headlined by Patrick Reed, the former Masters champion who is looking to regain form after a bout with pneumonia that might have cost him a spot on the United States Ryder Cup roster. He’s fourth on the odds at 20-1 board due to his recent run of poor form, behind Matthew Fitzpatrick, Christiaan Bezuidenhout and Mito Pereira.
The Bermuda Championship is a bettor’s paradise, though. There are plenty of names who our GolfBet staff has been all over since the new PGA TOUR season started, including the likes of Pereira. The field features many Korn Ferry Tour players, and a good sprinkling of European players since the Euro Tour is off this week.
Budding stars Taylor Pendrith, Guido Migliozzi, Garrick Higgo and Sahith Theegala are all in the 35-1 to 50-1 range. Thomas Detry, Aaron Rai and Lucas Herbert are another few interesting names from the European Tour who come in at under 100-1.
This is the third year the tournament will be held, with Brian Gay and Brendon Todd winning the last two editions.
The Bermuda Championship will be played at Port Royal GC, a Robert Trent Jones design, in Southampton, Bermuda. At just north of 6,800 yards, it’s one of the shorter stops on the PGA TOUR and scores can reach the -20s if the wind doesn’t pick up. But most of the holes are along the ocean, so it’s not uncommon to see a difficult day at a tournament like this due to wind.
Bermuda Championship Past Winners