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2023 PGA Tour Tees Off in Hawaii

The PGA Tour is back in full swing this week with the Tournament of Champions, where we finally get to see the best players in action.

Say what you want about the Fall Series, but it just isn’t on the same level. Therefore, we’re excited to see the likes of Jon Rahm, Scottie Scheffler and Justin Thomas in action in Hawaii.

Scottie Scheffler
Scottie Scheffler | Andy Lyons/Getty Images/AFP

Golf odds have Rahm leading the pack at +650, and he’s one of two golfers at single-figure odds.

Let’s check the latest Golf odds, stats, injury reports, and Golf lines for PGA Tour. We’ve plenty of Golf betting odds for you to consider.

Stick with Scheffler

Scheffler hasn’t won since taking out the Masters, but he finds form early in the year and we’re backing him to win the Tournament of Champions.

His confidence levels took a hit later in the year, but he was one of the more consistent golfers in 2022 and we have little doubt he’ll be a multiple-time PGA Tour winner in 2023.

He scored four wins in a short period of time last year to shoot to the No. 1 ranking. His form slipped a touch but the +850 second favorite is easily good enough to beat the limited field.

The American finished second behind Viktor Hovland at the Hero World Challenge and he doesn’t enjoy settling for runner-up.

“I said earlier in the week that I don’t like finishing second,” Scheffler said. “It’s not a good feeling right now, but I’m proud of the fight.”

We’re happy with the odds available with the sportsbook and they could shorten throughout the week.

  • Pick: Scottie Scheffler +850

Finau Firing

Tony Finau ended 2022 with three wins, including the 3M Open, Rocket Mortgage Classic and Houston Open.

He took advantage of some slightly easier fields but his five-stroke victory when beating Patrick Cantlay and Cameron Young in the Rocket Mortgage Classic was top-level.

Finau is now a five-time PGA Tour winner and he should be suited by the conditions at Kapalua. He won the Puerto Rico Open in 2016 so the conditions should be similar, which bodes well.

The 33-year-old has matured nicely and he’s being respected in betting markets. He’s paying +1400, which is shorter than the likes of Collin Morikawa and Jordan Spieth.

We wouldn’t leave him out of selections at the value odds.

  • Pick: Tony Finau +1400

Zalatoris on Comeback Trail

Betting on Will Zalatoris isn’t for the faint of heart, but he’s too good to leave out of selections.

His 2022 golfing year was full of close finishes in big tournaments, but an injury in August has kept him on the sidelines.

He suffered two herniated disks in his lower back, which could put some bettors off. However, we can’t turn down the +2500 odds.

When Zalatoris is fully healthy, bettors would have to take around +1600 for the 26-year-old and we’re picking he’s fit and ready to fire.

We would love to see him win his second PGA Tour title after winning the 2022 FedEx St. Jude Championship. He has done enough for bettors to follow him most weeks on the tour.

  • Pick: Will Zalatoris +2500

Thomas Can’t Be Left Out

Thomas is a two-time winner of the Tournament of Champions, so his golf betting odds of +1000 must be entertained.

His first victory came in 2017 when beating Hideki Matsuyama by three strokes before winning again in 2020 in a playoff against Patrick Reed and Xander Schauffele.

Until Cameron Smith’s win last year, an American had won the last 11 Tournament of Champions events. It started following Geoff Ogilvy’s win in 2010 and ended with fellow Australian Smith.

Adam Scott is the only Australian in the field this year, so Thomas should fancy his chances of winning his third.

The 15-time PGA Tour winner won the 2022 PGA Championship last year, and although he didn’t win any regular PGA Tour events, he won’t care much.

He loves starting the year with a win and his odds are good value for bettors.

  • Pick: Justin Thomas +1000