The action in the PGA Tour continues this week with the first World Golf Championship tournament of the season in Bradenton. While Tiger Woods will not be there to compete for the title, 48 of the world’s top 50 players will be teeing off at The Concession Golf Club down in Florida.
Betting Preview for the WGC Championship PGA Golf Tournament Running from February 25 to 28 2021
Where: The Concession Golf Club – Bradenton, FL
When: February 25-28, 2021
TV Broadcast: GOLFTV
Dustin Johnson (+650)
It doesn’t matter what tournament Dustin Johnson will play next. As long as he’s entered his name in that event, expect him to be the favorite — or at least one of the top picks — to win that tournament, given his overall form in recent starts. Johnson is a decorated golfer with so much ahead of him, and if we’re talking about WGC events, his name has got to be part of the discussion. Johnson has won six WGC titles, winning three at the WGC-Mexico Championship so far to become just the third player ever to get no fewer than three victories in a single WGC event.
Jon Rahm (+900)
Ranked second overall in the world, Rahm had a T3 in last year’s World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship after shooting a third-round 61. And while he hasn’t won to date in the current PGA Tour season, Rahm has been one of the most consistent performers on the golf course. In eight starts, Rahm has been in the top 10 five times and has made the cut in all of them. He had a strong T5 finish at the Genesis Invitational and nearly scored a victory at the ZOZO Championship @ Sherwood back in October.
Justin Thomas (+1800)
Thomas just missed the cut at the recently concluded Genesis Invitational, but don’t think of it as anything more than a minor hiccup in the otherwise outstanding season he is having. That’s also just Thomas’ first missed cut in eight starts this season that has also seen him made the top 10 four times and the top three twice. Do also note that Thomas leads the current season with a 5.17 birdie average.
Kevin Na (+10000)
Is anyone looking at Kevin Na’s direction right now? Na followed up a missed cut at The American Express with a pedestrian 38th-place finish at the Genesis Invitational. But don’t forget that it wasn’t too long ago when he won the Sony Open in Hawaii last January.
Kevin Kisner (+10000)
It’s been a while since Kisner last saw action which was in the Sony Open in Hawaii last January. But he’s scheduled to see action this week. After missing the cut at the Masters Tournament,m Kisner has gone 3 of 3 in his next three starts, including a solo second finish in the RSN Classic.
Bernd Wiesberger (+12500)
Wiesberger has made just three starts so far this season, and he’s been out of the loop for quite some time now, having last seen action in the RSM Classic last November. However, wasn’t cut in any of those tournaments and even managed a T4 in the RSM Classic.
Sebastián Muñoz (+20000)
Ranked 61st in the world, Munoz will look to get his first win of the season this week. Munoz has made 12 starts and made the cut nine times. He had a solo ninth-place finish in THE CJ CUP @ SHADOW CREEK, which was followed by a T14 in the ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP @ SHERWOOD, and a T19 in the Masters. He finished with a T43 in last week’s The Genesis Invitational.
Justin Thomas wins the 2021 World Golf Championships-Workday Championship.
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