Looking into the crystal ball: Here are odds for 2020 golf futures bets

January 2, 2020
Betting Futures 2020

Should old acquaintance be forgot, and never brought to mind… and perhaps do the same with 2019’s bad beats? It’s a brand new year, and before the 2020 PGA Tour season reaches full swing, you can get your gambling year off on the right foot by choosing wisely on futures lines.

2020 has the potential to be a historic year for the golf world. Tiger Woods is firmly in major contention and returning to the Masters as defending champion. Two of the game’s biggest stars, Rory McIlroy and Brooks Koepka, have a legitimate, burgeoning rivalry. Bryson DeChambeau is bigger than ever (literally), while Collin Morikawa, Matthew Wolff and Viktor Hovland highlight a loaded youth movement on Tour. Oh, and did we mention? It’s a Ryder Cup year.

With such a crowded season ahead, there’s plenty to think about as it relates to betting on futures. So, don’t bet blindly! Take a look at the odds for the year ahead.

***All lines courtesy of BetOnline.ag***

Golf futures

To finish on top of the Official Money List

Rory McIlroy 2/1
Brooks Koepka 5/1
Justin Thomas 5/1
Jon Rahm 11/1
Tiger Woods 12/1
Patrick Cantlay 16/1
Xander Schauffele 16/1
Dustin Johnson 20/1
Hideki Matsuyama 28/1
Justin Rose 33/1
Bryson DeChambeau 50/1
Jordan Spieth 50/1
Rickie Fowler 66/1
Tony Finau 66/1
Patrick Reed 80/1
Collin Morikawa 100/1
Matt Kuchar 100/1
Joaquin Niemann 125/1
Matthew Wolff 125/1
Viktor Hovland 125/1
Lanto Griffin 150/1

To win a major in 2020

Brooks Koepka 2/1
Rory Mcilroy 2/1
Dustin Johnson 5/2
Jon Rahm 4/1
Jordan Spieth 4/1
Justin Thomas 4/1
Tiger Woods 4/1
Justin Rose 9/2
Rickie Fowler 9/2
Patrick Cantlay 7/1
Tommy Fleetwood 7/1
Xander Schauffele 7/1
Adam Scott 8/1
Bryson De Chambeau 8/1
Francesco Molinari 8/1
Jason Day 8/1
Tony Finau 8/1
Hideki Matsuyama 9/1
Louis Oosthuizen 10/1
Patrick Reed 10/1
Paul Casey 12/1
Webb Simpson 14/1
Gary Woodland 16/1
Shane Lowry 16/1

To qualify for the 2020 USA Ryder Cup team

Brooks Koepka 1/150
Dustin Johnson 1/16
Tiger Woods 1/8
Justin Thomas 2/5
Jordan Spieth 1/2
Rickie Fowler 5/9
Xander Schauffele 5/8
Bryson DeChambeau 5/7
Gary Woodland 10/13
Patrick Cantlay 10/13
Patrick Reed 5/6
Tony Finau 6/5
Webb Simpson 5/4
Matt Kuchar 8/5
Bubba Watson 7/4
Phil Mickelson 2/1
Brandt Snedeker 5/2
Kevin Kisner 5/2
Kevin Na 5/2
Charles Howell III 11/4
Jim Furyk 11/4
Cameron Champ 7/2
Keegan Bradley 7/2
Billy Horschel 4/1
Colin Morikawa 4/1
Ryan Moore 4/1
Chez Reavie 9/2
JB Holmes 9/2
Brendon Todd 11/2
Jason Kokrak 11/2
Ryan Palmer 7/1
JT Poston 8/1
Scottie Scheffler 8/1
Chan Kim 9/1
Lucas Glover 9/1
Andrew Putnam 10/1
Kurt Kitayama 10/1
Vaughn Taylor 12/1
Joel Dahmen 16/1
Nate Lashley 16/1

2020 Golf specials

Which will happen first in 2020?

An American to win the Open Championship 9/4
Woods or McIlroy to win the Masters 9/2
Thomas, Cantlay or Schauffele to win The Players 5/1
Koepka or Dustin Johnson to win PGA Championship 13/2
USA to win the Ryder Cup 15/2
An American to win Gold at Men’s Golf Olympics 8/1
None of these to happen in 2020 8/1
Koepka or Woods to win the US Open 9/1

How many majors will Americans win in 2020?

Exactly 2 7/5
Exactly 3 11/5
Exactly 1 7/2
All 4 Majors 8/1
None 14/1

Individual Golfer Odds

Tiger Woods major wins in 2020

No Major Wins 1/8
Wins at least 1 Major 4/1
Wins at least 2 Majors 22/1
Wins at least 3 Majors 100/1
Wins All 4 Majors 250/1

Will Tiger Woods win Gold at the 2020 Olympics?

Yes +900 (9/1)
No -2000 (1/2)

Brooks Koepka major wins in 2020

No Major wins 4/11
Wins at least 1 Major 2/1
Wins at least 2 Majors 14/1
Wins at least 3 Majors 90/1
Wins all 4 Majors 500/1

Will Brooks Koepka win a major in 2020?

Yes +200 (2/1)
No -275 (4/11)

Rory McIlroy major wins in 2020

No Major Wins 4/11
Wins at least 1 Major 2/1
Wins at least 2 Majors 14/1
Wins at least 3 Majors 90/1
Wins All 4 Majors 400/1

Which player will win a major first in 2020?

Neither player wins a Major in 2020 5/8
Rory McIlroy 5/2
Tiger Woods 4/1

Will Rory McIlroy win a major in 2020?

Yes +200 (2/1)
No -275 (4/11)

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