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With one round to go, the Wells Fargo Championship is Jason Day’s to lose. He heads into Sunday with a two-shot lead over Nick Watney and is the odds-on favorite at -140, according to Sportsbook.ag.
Day (pictured above) has been relatively quiet since his win at Torrey Pines, but he does have a pair of ninth-place finishes at Quail Hallow in his past two starts.
Many of the other top players, like Rory McIlroy (seven stroke back) and Rickie Fowler (six strokes back), are probably too far behind Day to mount a charge, so that will aid Day’s chances for a win.
Watney (two shots back) and Bryson DeChambeau (three shots back) are next on the odds list at +800. Paul Casey, who’s three back, is listed at +900.
Phil Mickelson (five back) and Charl Schwartzel (four back) are the only other big names inside the top 10 and both come in at +2500.
So who’s the best value entering Sunday?