2022 Butterfield Bermuda Championship Updated Odds, Field: Denny McCarthy & Thomas Detry Favored at Port Royal Golf Course
Sam Greenwood/Getty Images. Pictured: PGA Tour player Denny McCarthy
2022 Butterfield Bermuda Championship Odds
Odds via bet365.
|Erik van Rooyen||+6000|
|Bo Van Pelt||+50000|
|Willie Mack III||+100000|
The 2022-2023 PGA TOUR season heads to Southampton, Bermuda with the Butterfield Bermuda Championship starting this Thursday.
The TOUR is coming off of its strongest field of the fall swing thus far as Rory McIlroy defended his title successfully at THE CJ CUP.
Port Royal Golf Course hosts the Butterfield Bermuda Championship this week, making this the fourth consecutive year where the Bermuda Championship will be played at this venue.
After consecutive no-cut, 78-man fields at the ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP and THE CJ CUP, there will be a cut in this week's field that stands at 133 players as of Wednesday morning.
Last week's tournament featured 15 of the top 20 players in the Official World Golf Rankings, with outright favorite McIlroy winning after opening at +700 odds. This week's field has far fewer stars as no player has odds shorter than Denny McCarthy at +1600 at open on Monday morning.
Port Royal Golf Course measures 6,828 yards as a par 71 with Bermudagrass greens. Robert Trent Jones designed the course as it opened in 1970. With the course's seaside setting, elevation changes and unpredictable weather, players need to be ready to play in a myriad of different conditions this week.
This is the fourth consecutive year that the Butterfield Bermuda Championship appears on the PGA TOUR schedule, with all four tournaments at Port Royal Golf Course.
Lucas Herbert picked up his first PGA TOUR victory in his 20th career start on TOUR in 2021 here in Bermuda. He shot a two-under 69 in the final round to beat Danny Lee and Patrick Reed by a stroke at 15-under par.
In 2020, Brian Gay shot a final-round 64 to finish at 15-under par alongside Wyndham Clark, whom Gay would defeat in a playoff. This was Gay's fifth win on TOUR, and at the age of 48, he became the oldest PGA TOUR winner since Davis Love III at the 2015 Wyndham Championship.
In the inaugural Bermuda Championship in 2019, Brendon Todd shot a final-round 62 to win by four strokes at 24-under par over Harry Higgs. Todd's incredible final round featured a streak of seven consecutive birdies at one point, and his final-round 62 was the lowest final-round score by a winner on TOUR since Rory McIlroy shot 61 in the final round to win the 2019 RBC Canadian Open.