PGA golf betting odds for players to win the 2016 RBC Heritage

Snedeker also won this tournament in 2011.

Listed below are all the PGA golfers with odds of 50 to 1 or less with comments. Kevin Kisner – 25 to 1

Aaron Baddeley – 140 to 1 odds

Bill Haas tied for 24th last week at the Masters. That was the last of his five PGA Tour wins. Baddeley missed the cut at Houston two weeks ago in his last start. Davis tied for 42nd last week at the Masters. He has 12 PGA Tour wins. Brandt Snedeker – 20 to 1

Notables

4. He has 21 PGA Tour wins including a shocker last year at the 2015 Wyndham Championship at age 51.

3. He does have 13 European Tour wins but his last win was in 2014.

T-10. Billy Horschel, Branden Grace, Kevin Na – 40 to 1 odds each

Luke Donald is a fomer #1 ranked golfer but he’s not won a tournament since 2012. Thomas is 22 years old and he won for the first time on tour last November in the 2015 CIMB Classic.

After being the low amateur at the Masters and tying for 21st place overall, Bryson DeChambeau is turning pro for the 2016 RBC Heritage.Not many golfers win their pro debuts and this guy should be higher than 66 to 1 odds this week.

Stewart Cink – 150 to 1 odds

Brandt Snedeker tied with Jason Day last week in 10th place at the Masters. He missed the cut last week as did Jason Dufner. Jason Day – 5.5 to 1 odds

Kevin Kisner tied for 37th place at the Masters last week. Billy Horschel tied for 17th at the Masters last week which is not bad but Horschel only has three tour wins and his last win was at the Tour Championship in 2014.

Brian Gay won this tournament in 2009. Weekley also won at Colonial in 2013 for three career PGA Tour wins. Bill Haas, Justin Thomas – 33 to 1 odds each

Boo Weekley – 140 to 1 odds

Kevin Na has now played in 312 PGA events and he only has one win. He missed the cut last week but improvement is expected this week.