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Zozo Championship Betting

Zozo Championship Betting

Zozo Championship Odds

The Zozo Championship is a new tournament on the PGA Tour. Not surprisingly it is last week’s CJ Cup winner Justin Thomas who is the top favourite to land another trophy this week. Even though the American is in very good form, he will face a huge number of top competitors of the likes of McIlroy, Hideki Matsuyama and Jordan Spieth. 

The golf tournament will take place at the Accordia Golf Narashino Country Club in Japan. The 78 players competing are the top 60 available PGA Tour players from last year’s FedEx Cup ranking. There will also be some elite stars from the Japan Golf Tour. The par-70 is a new test for golfers, and with a huge price pot, we expect a great spectacle. There is no cut so all players will go through the 72 holes. 

This event is going to be very competitive and below you can compare the best odds on the Zozo Championship to ensure a better return from your bets.

Zozo Championship 2019 Odds Comparison

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Zozo Championship Betting Tip

Justin Thomas can be backed at 15/2 with Paddy Power to win the Zozo Championship in Japan. The American did shine at the CJ Cup last week and surely will be the one to beat in this first edition of this intriguing tournament. 

There won’t be any cut after 36 holes and given that Thomas has shown great consistency, he might well be in the frame. If you are looking for value though the odds do look skinny also considering the huge talents that will be competing. 

Next in the betting market is Rory McIlroy that is at 8/1 chance with bet365. The Northern Irishman has struggled for consistency this season and can be safely ignored in this one. Jordan Spieth at 18/1 looks rather interesting also because it showed last week that might be back in form. The problem is that he is struggling to put four rounds together so doesn’t look a credible winner. 

Hideki Matsuyama will be the one to cheer for the home fans. He was third in the last weekend’s CJ Cup and surely will be well motivated to do well in front of his fans. At 18/1 with PaddyPower.com is an interesting proposition also considering that the Irish bookmaker is paying up to six places in the each-way market. 

Looking for more meaty odds, why not considering Xander Schauffele that is at 25/1 with 888Sport. He was second in the Tour Championship and if he can find his form can surely deliver some each-way value. Matthew Fitzpatrick and Shane Lowry are respectively at 40/1 and 55/1 with 888Sport. Both to consider in a tournament that looks very competitive indeed.