2023 Valspar Championship Updated Odds, Field: Justin Thomas Favored Over Jordan Spieth, Matt Fitzpatrick at the Snake Pit

2023 Valspar Championship Updated Odds, Field: Justin Thomas Favored Over Jordan Spieth, Matt Fitzpatrick at the Snake Pit article feature image

Via Mike Ehrrman/Getty Images. Pictured: Justin Thomas of the United States waves on the 14th green during the first round of THE PLAYERS Championship on THE PLAYERS Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass on March 09, 2023 in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.

2023 Valspar Championship Odds

Odds via PointsBet.

Player NameOdds
Justin Thomas+1100
Matt Fitzpatrick+1400
Jordan Spieth+1400
Sam Burns+1600
Adam Hadwin+2200
Justin Rose+2200
Tommy Fleetwood+2200
Brian Harman+2800
Wyndham Clark+3300
Justin Suh+3500
Denny Mccarthy+3500
Davis Riley+4000
Gary Woodland+4000
Stephan Jaeger+4500
Maverick Mcnealy+4500
Ben Griffin+4500
Taylor Moore+5000
Brandon Wu+5500
Nick Taylor+6000
K.H. Lee+6000
Victor Perez+6600
Sam Ryder+6600
Will Gordon+7000
Byeong Hun An+7000
Tyler Duncan+7000
J.T. Poston+7000
Jhonattan Vegas+7000
Joel Dahmen+7500
Alex Smalley+7500
Robby Shelton+7500
Luke List+8000
Nate Lashley+8000
Kramer Hickok+8000
Eric Cole+8000
David Lingmerth+8000
S.H. Kim+9000
Mark Hubbard+9000
Garrick Higgo+9000
Joseph Bramlett+9000
Pierceson Coody+9000
Trey Mullinax+9000
Beau Hossler+9000
Adam Schenk+9000
Lee Hodges+10000
Dylan Wu+10000
Patrick Rodgers+10000
Ben Martin+10000
Nick Hardy+10000
Ludvig Aberg+10000
Ryan Gerard+10000
Matthew Nesmith+11000
Ben Taylor+11000
Akshay Bhatia+12500
Webb Simpson+12500
David Lipsky+12500
Sam Stevens+15000
Troy Merritt+15000
Kevin Streelman+15000
Harry Hall+15000
Adam Long+15000
Matt Wallace+15000
Zach Johnson+15000
Greyson Sigg+15000
Charley Hoffman+15000
Chesson Hadley+17500
Lucas Glover+17500
Michael Kim+17500
Carl Yuan+17500
Stewart Cink+17500
Dylan Frittelli+17500
Peter Malnati+17500
Patton Kizzire+17500
Augusto Núñez+20000
Cameron Champ+20000
Austin Eckroat+20000
Russell Knox+20000
Justin Lower+20000
Austin Smotherman+20000
Harrison Endycott+20000
Kevin Tway+20000
Martin Laird+20000
Erik Van Rooyen+25000
Nico Echavarria+25000
Tano Goya+25000
Henrik Norlander+25000
Ryan Armour+25000
Harry Higgs+25000
Mj Daffue+25000
Vincent Norrman+25000
Ryan Moore+25000
Kevin Kisner+25000
Doug Ghim+25000
Luke Donald+25000
Matthias Schwab+25000
Michael Thompson+25000
Chad Ramey+25000
Zecheng Dou+30000
John Vanderlaan+30000
Cole Hammer+30000
Austin Cook+30000
Andrew Novak+30000
James Hahn+30000
Matti Schmid+30000
Erik Barnes+30000
Zac Blair+30000
Hank Lebioda+30000
Cameron Percy+30000
Brice Garnett+35000
Carson Young+35000
Chez Reavie+35000
Paul Haley Ii+35000
Jim Herman+40000
Doc Redman+40000
Kevin Roy+40000
Brent Grant+40000
Tyson Alexander+40000
Cody Gribble+50000
Robert Streb+50000
Trevor Werbylo+50000
Trevor Cone+50000
Scott Harrington+50000
Jason Dufner+50000
Brandon Matthews+50000
Michael Gligic+50000
Kyle Westmoreland+50000
Martin Trainer+50000
Nick Gabrelcik+50000
Peter Knade+50000
Jonathan Byrd+50000
Kelly Kraft+60000
Wesley Bryan+60000
Brian Stuard+60000
Alex Chiarella+60000
Danny Guise+60000
Max Mcgreevy+70000
J.B. Holmes+70000
Rory Sabbatini+70000
Jimmy Walker+70000
Andrew Landry+70000
Richy Werenski+70000
Chris Nido+70000
Greg Koch+100000
Kyle Stanley+100000
Ryan Brehm+100000

The PGA TOUR heads to Palm Harbor, Florida for the Valspar Championship at Innisbrook Resort (Copperhead Course). This is the fourth and final week on the Florida Swing before the TOUR heads to Texas for two weeks before The Masters. This week's field features eight of the top-32 players in the Official World Golf Rankings, highlighted by world No. 10 Justin Thomas.

Thomas opened at bet365 with the shortest odds to win the tournament at +900. Thomas finished T60 at THE PLAYERS Championship this past weekend but had not finished outside the top 25 in his prior six starts on TOUR. This will be Thomas' sixth appearance at the Valspar Championship, and he has four top-18 finishes in five starts (including a T3 last year).

Jordan Spieth enters with the second-shortest odds to win the Valspar at 12/1 after barely making the cut at THE PLAYERS and rallying on the weekend to finish T19. This is Spieth's first appearance at the Snake Pit since 2018, but he does have a win here in five starts in 2015.

Matt Fitzpatrick opened with the third-shortest odds at bet365 at +1600. The reigning US Open champion finished T5 here last year but is coming off of a missed cut at TPC Sawgrass.

Two-time defending Valspar Championship winner Sam Burns is the fourth and final player whose odds opened at shorter than 20/1 with a price of +1800 at bet365. Burns finished T35 at THE PLAYERS but had missed the cut in his previous two events. Burns has finished no lower than T30 in his four starts at the Snake Pit.

Course Preview

Innisbrook Resort (Copperhead Course) is a 7,340-yard par 71 that features  Poa Trivialis greens. The course just north of Tampa was designed by Larry Packard in the early 1970s as it puts a premium on positioning off the tee. The course features narrow fairways whose angles players must manage before reaching difficult green complexes.

The Copperhead Course is known for its famous three-hole stretch of 16, 17 and 18 known as the Snake Pit. The 16th hole is a 460-yard par four dogleg right into an elevated green with trouble lurking on both sides of the fairway nicknamed Moccasin. The 17th hole is a 215-yard par three nicknamed Rattler. The finishing 18th hole is a 445-yard par four with bunkers on each side of the fairway nicknamed Copperhead. 

Past Winners

The Copperhead Course at Innisbrok Resort sets up as one of the tougher tests on TOUR with no one shooting below 17-under in the last 10 years. Past champions Sam Burns, Jordan Spieth, Adam Hadwin and Kevin Streelman are among those in the field this week.

Burns, who defended his 2021 title here last year with a playoff win over Davis Riley, is looking to become the first PGA TOUR player to win the same tournament in three consecutive years since Steve Stricker won the John Deere Classic in 2009, 2010 and 2011.

YearPlayerWinning Score
2022Sam Burns17-under
2021Sam Burns17-under
2019Paul Casey8-under
2018Paul Casey10-under
2017Adam Hadwin14-under
2016Charl Schwartzel7-under
2015Jordan Spieth10-under
2014John Senden7-under
2013Kevin Streelman10-under
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