Burns, Morikawa’s St. Jude Odds Greatly Shorten Since Monday

  • Sam Burns and Collin Morikawa’s odds to win the FedEx St. Jude Championship shortened the most of any golfer, moving a combined +1500 since Monday.
  • Jordan Spieth’s odds fell from +2500 to +3500, the biggest negative movement of any player in the top 20 for betting odds.
  • Line movement at the top of the St. Jude betting board shortened Scottie Scheffler’s odds to +650 while lengthening Jon Rahm (+900) and Rory McIlroy (+1000).

MEMPHIS, Tenn.– Odds for the FedEx St Jude Championship shortened for golfers such as Sam Burns and Collin Morikawa, but lengthened for Max Homa and Jordan Spieth. Keeping track of which golfers’ odds are moving in positive or negative directions is important for gambling on the St. Jude Invitational.

FedEx St. Jude Championship Betting Odds

  • Scottie Scheffler +650
  • Jon Rahm +900
  • Rory McIlroy +1000
  • Patrick Cantlay +1600
  • Viktor Hovland +1800
  • Collin Morikawa +2000
  • Xander Schauffele +2000
  • Tyrrell Hatton +2500
  • Rickie Fowler +3000
  • Sam Burns +3000
  • Tommy Fleetwood +3000
  • Jordan Spieth +3500
  • Tony Finau +3500
  • Wyndham Clark +3500
  • Cameron Young +4000
  • Jason Day +4000
  • Matt Fitzpatrick +4000
  • Max Homa +4000

While there are big movers throughout the top 20, each of the top five golfers in online gambling odds saw movement since opening odds on Monday. Scottie Scheffler is favored to win the tournament but saw his odds further shorten from +700 to +650.

Bettors at PGA Tour gambling sites are betting on Patrick Cantlay, Viktor Hovland, Collin Morikawa, and Sam Burns to win at TPC South Wind.

Cantlay opened at +1800 but shortened up to +1400 before settling at +1600. Hovland saw a similar +200 shift in odds, but Collin Morikawa made a bigger move from +2500 to +2000 since Monday.

No one shot up more than Sam Burns, who went from +4000 to now +3000 to win the St. Jude Championship. Four top 20s in his last seven events and finishes of second and T-20 at TPC Southwind make Burns’ odds at PGA Tour betting sites a popular betting option.

Golfers Trending in the Opposite Direction

On the other hand, Max Homa fell from +3000 to +4000 and Jordan Spieth went from +2500 to +3500. Jason Day’s St. Jude odds also lengthened from +3000 to +4000, with low betting action likely the culprit of long odds.

Scottie Scheffler’s shortened odds likely influenced Jon Rahm to fall from +800 to +900 and Rory McIlroy from +800 down to +1000. Better value is available for Rahm, who finished top five in his last two St. Jude Championships.