The PGA hit the jackpot in Las Vega with the 2019 Shriners Hospital for Children’s Open taking place this week. Shriners will include nine players in the top 30 of the Official World Gold Rankings, including world number 1, Brooks Keopka, as well as last years Shriner’s champion, Bryson DeChambeau. Other participants include Tony Finau ranked 13th, Webb Simpson Adam Scott, Gary Woodland Chez Reavie, and Hideki Matsuyama, Bubba Watson, Phil Mickelson, and Jim Furyk. 19 golfers out of the top 50 as well as 46 of out of the top 100 are looking to cash-in and double down in Las Vegas.
Many rising stars and some long shots are very capable of cashing big with a prize pool of $7 million. Moreover, the amount of prize money is enormous as the year’s Shriner’s Open champion will hit the jackpot in Las Vegas for nearly $1.3 million.
What are the odds?
This week’s odds to win the Shriner’s Open are brought to you by the Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas and Betonline. They also have additional props for top 5, top 10, and top 20 finishers, with world number 1 Brooks Keopka even money (+100) to finish top 10. The Westgate has Keopka +150 to finish in the top 10. Keopka is the favourite to win at 10-1 or less, and while there is no value on him, note that Keopka has two top 10 finishers in the event in four starts including 2nd in 2016.
|Brooks Koepka||+1000 (10-1)||+8,000 (8-1)|
Shriner’s Open tournament match-ups
- Patrick Cantlay (EVEN) vs Brooks Koepka (-120)
- Tony Finau (+105) vs Webb Simpson (-115) Finau took money
- Hideki Matsuyama (-110) vs Adam Scott (-110) Matsuyama took money
- Collin Morikawa (-130) vs Joaquin Niemann (+110)
- Adam Hadwin (-120) vs Charles Howell III (EVEN)
- Jason Kokrak (-140) vs Andrew Putnam (+120) Kokrak took money
- Ryan Moore (-110) vs Bubba Watson (-110)
- Kevin Na (-110) vs Scott Piercy (-110)
- Keegan Bradley (-130) vs Zach Johnson (+110)
- Tom Lewis (-125) vs Nick Taylor (+105)
- Cameron Champ (-120) vs Dylan Frittelli (-110)
- Matthew Wolff (-118) vs Scotty Scheffler (-116)
- Tony Finau (-132) vs Collin Morikawa (+102)