Charles Schwab Challenge Odds and Picks

PUBLISHED: Monday, June 8th, 2020
LAST UPDATE: 12:09 pm, Mon, June 8, 2020

Charles Schwab Challenge Odds and Picks
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Colonial Country Club - Fort Worth, Texas
Media Coverage
CBS and Golf Channel

The PGA Tour is finally back in action with a full event, as the Charles Schwab Challenge gets underway on Thursday. Many of the top players in the world will be in action, including the top five ranked players in the world. Rory McIlroy is listed as the favorite at odds of just under 8-1, with Jon Rahm the second choice at odds of just under 9-1. They are the only two golfers listed at single-digit odds and that means some nice prices on some big name players and longshot odds on some players who can win.  Let’s get back into the swing of things and look at this week’s Charles Schwab Challenge and golf picks.

Course: Colonial Country Club

Colonial is a par 70 that measures 7,209 yards. The course features tight fairways, so accuracy off the tee is a must. There are also a lot of bunkers throughout the course so sand saves are going to be important. Winners in this event are usually known for accuracy, strong mid-iron play and strong putting on bentgrass greens. We will keep that in mind as we make this week’s golf picks.

Defending Champion: Kevin Na

TV Coverage: CBS and Golf Channel

Charles Schwab Challenge Odds (

Rory McIlroy +785

Jon Rahm +895

Justin Thomas +1515

Bryson Dechambeau +2051

Xander Schauffele +2451

Webb Simpson +2551

Collin Morikawa +2751

Dustin Johnson +3051

Brooks Koepka +3351

Patrick Reed +3552

Tony Finau +3652

Sung-Jae Im +3852

Rickie Fowler +3852

Justin Rose +4450

Jordan Spieth +4750

Gary Woodland +4850

Jason Day +5550

Scottie Scheffler +5550

Marc Leishman +5750

Matthew Fitzpatrick +6050

Matt Kuchar +6550

Harris English +6550

Kevin Na +7050

Viktor Hovland +7050

Byeong Hun An +7050

Billy Horschel +7050

Abraham Ancer +7550

Louis Oosthuizen +7550

Shane Lowry +8550

Daniel Berger +9050

Ryan Palmer +9050

Joaquin Niemann +9050

All other players are listed at odds of +10000 or more or they are part of the field.


Rory McIlroy +785

One of my favorite players is McIlroy and there are occasions where I will take him as a favorite, but this is not one of them. The field is simply too strong to take a player at odds this low. I also don’t know that the course really suits Rory, as his length is not going to be a big factor and while Rory is a good putter, he is not known as a great putter. I will look elsewhere.

Value Plays

Webb Simpson +2551

I have to admit that I was hoping for better odds on Webb, but the oddsmakers know what they are doing. Webb hits the ball straight and he is known as a good putter, so there is no reason he can’t contend this week.

Patrick Reed +3552

When you think of accuracy off the tee, strong mid-iron play and good putting you have to think of Reed. He was playing well before the virus mess and he ranks third on the PGA Tour in Strokes Gained: Putting. I think he has great value at these odds and I would make him my top pick, regardless of the odds.

Rickie Fowler +3852

I know that Rickie rarely wins, but how often do we get him at odds of nearly 40-1? We know that Rickie can putt and he is especially good on bentgrass greens. There won’t be any fans, so Rickie shouldn’t feel as much pressure. I think he is a live longshot this week.

Abraham Ancer +7550

If you see a theme this week then you would be correct, as I am focusing on players who are accurate and can putt. Ancer is a good mid-iron player and he has the ability to get hot with the putter.

Kevin Kisner +10050

I have to throw Kisner in here at these odds. He is accurate off the tee and we know he putts well. We are getting a live longshot at odds of more than 100-1.

Check out the latest Charles Schwab Challenge odds at the online sportsbook.