2019 Wyndham Championship Odds, Preview & Expert Pick

Posted by Derrick Harper on July 31, 2019 in

This week’s stop on the PGA Tour is in Greensboro, North Carolina at the Sedgefield Country Club for the Wyndham Championship. The field of 156 golfers will be participating in the final event of the regular season, as the FedEx playoffs will start next week.

With the last two events having a loaded field, you would expect a huge dropoff for this weekend’s event. However, that isn’t the case, as such big names as Jordan Spieth, Hideki Matsuyama, Paul Casey, Patrick Reed, Billy Horschel, Webb Simpson, Brant Snedeker, and a lot of young golfers who have made huge strides on the tour this season.

With the golfers looking to make gains in the FedEx Cup point standings, let’s take a look at some of the Golf Betting favorites who could walk away with the Wyndham Championship on Sunday afternoon.

2019 Wyndham Championship Odds, Preview & Expert Pick

Webb Simpson

Simpson loves this event so much that he named his daughter Wyndham, as this is where he earned his first tour victory. Simpson is a North Carolina native, and he always loves to come home for the Wyndham. He finished second last week at Memphis, and he has had a lot of success at this event, so look for this year to be no different.

Brant Snedeker

Snedeker shot a 59 in the first round of last year’s Wyndham Championship. That 59 helped lead him to his second career title at Sedgefield. The last four times that he has played at this event, he has finished in the top three. In his last six events, he has finished in the top five twice. We’re looking for a run at the title for Snedeker.

Billy Horschel

This is the kind of course where Horschel has had a lot of success over the years. With smaller greens, and shorter distances, this is the kind, of course, Horschel loves. Donald Ross designed this course, and Horschel has always played well on Ross-designed courses. Look for him to have another good weekend on a Ross course.

Jordan Spieth

Spieth wasn’t scheduled to play in this event but decided at the last minute to enter. He is in need of more FedEx points, as he is currently sitting in 67th place in the standings. Although this course isn’t one that is tailored to his game, this is still a course where Spieth can succeed.

Hideki Matsuyama

Matsuyama has always played well at Sedgefield. He finished 11th last year and 3rd in 2016. He would love nothing more than to end his two-year winless drought. This is a course that is made for Matsuyama’s game. Could this be the weekend where the drought ends?

Patrick Reed

Reed’s first career tour win came here in 2013. In his four starts at Sedgefield, he has only finished outside of the top 25 once. After a very slow start to the season, he has played better as of late, finishing in the top 12 in three of his last four starts. Look for good things from Reed this weekend.

Enjoy the golf this weekend!