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2021 Charles Schwab Challenge Predictions, Picks, Odds, and Betting Preview

2021 Charles Schwab Challenge Predictions, Picks, Odds, and Betting Preview


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Betting Preview for the 2021 Charles Schwab Challenge Golf Tournament Running from May 27-30 2021

Where: Colonial Country Club, Fort Worth

When: May 27-30, 2021

Lines: View all 2021 Charles Schwab Challenge lines

TV Broadcast: GOLFTV


Justin Thomas (+1100)

Thomas was a surprise cut at the 2021 PGA Championship last week, as he mustered just a 75 score in each of the first two rounds to finish with a 6 over 150 line. Still, you just don’t discount and ignore someone like Thomas after just one forgettable performance. Thomas is still ranked second overall in the world and has made the cut 13 times in 15 starts. He also has five top 10s on the season, including his win in the 2021 THE PLAYERS Championship. Last year in the 2020 Charles Schwab Challenge, Thomas finished 10th with an 11-under-269 score.

Jordan Spieth (+1000)

By now, everyone knows that Spieth is on a comeback tour of sorts, as he’s finally showing again the form that made him the best in the world during one stretch of his career. After winning the Valero Texas Open to break the long dry winless spell he was under, Spieth finished tied for third at the Masters Tournament and got a T9 at the AT& Byton Nelson. Spieth extended his streak for made cuts by finishing with a T30 in the PGA Championship last week. Plus, he’s won before at the Colonial Country Club, winning the 2016 edition of the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational. He has a win and six top 10s in eight starts at the Colonial Country Club.

Collin Morikawa (+1400)

After missing the cut at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, Morikawa skipped a few events before coming back for the 2021 PGA Championship, where he managed a T8. Morikawa has cracked the top 30 in two of his last three starts, as he also finished with a T7 at the RBC Heritage back in April. And of course, he finished solo second last year at the 2020 Charles Schwab Challenge with a 15-under-265 score.


Kevin Kisner (+10000)

Kisner is not having much luck lately, as he has failed to make the cut in all of his last five starts. But those missed cuts should not make people forget that he once won at the Colonial Country Club when he topped in the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational back in 2017.

Matt Kuchar (+6000)

Kuchar also missed the cut in the PGA Championship last week, but he still has a generally good stretch of late, having finished inside the top 17 in three of his last three starts. Kuchar also has three top 10s in 12 starts.


Tom Hoge (+17500)

Hoge made the cut in the PGA Championship and though he finished with just a T64, at least he broke his slump of four missed cuts in the row. He has a top 10 this season, finishing with a T3 at the Mayakoba Golf Classic presented by UNIFIN.

Richy Werenski (+17500)

After missing the cut in the Valspar Championship, Werenski made the cut in back-to-back fashion, going T37 in the Wells Fargo Championship and a T38 in the PGA Championship. Werenski has two top 10s this season in 20 starts.

Writer’s Prediction

Jordan Spieth wins the 2021 Charles Schwab Challenge.

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