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Sport Mayakoba Golf Classic odds: Justin Thomas or Brooks Koepka the favorite?

19:50  30 november  2020
19:50  30 november  2020 Source:   golfchannel.com

Brooks Koepka's response to a top 10 Masters finish behind DJ? 'Whoo, seventh.'

  Brooks Koepka's response to a top 10 Masters finish behind DJ? 'Whoo, seventh.' A top-10 finish and four straight rounds of 70 or less at Augusta National Golf Club would be enough to make most PGA Tour players ecstatic. But when that player is Brooks Koepka —whose performance level in major tournaments is only matched by his bravado…But when that player is Brooks Koepka —whose performance level in major tournaments is only matched by his bravado — that’s simply not good enough.

Justin Thomas is the favorite for the 2020 PGA Championship at TPC Harding Park, fresh off a win in Memphis last week. Brooks Koepka has won the last two PGA Championships, and contended last week but couldn't knock down any putts, falling just short of Thomas . Get full opening odds for the

The Mayakoba Golf Classic is a professional golf tournament on the PGA Tour in Mexico, held at Playa del Carmen, south of Cancún.

The PGA Tour year concludes at this week's Mayakoba Golf Classic, with a stellar field that includes Justin Thomas, Brooks Koepka and defending champion Brendon Todd.

Brooks Koepka that is standing in the grass © Provided by Golf Channel

Here's a look at the odds, as of Monday morning, courtesy PointsBet Sportsbook:

6/1: Justin Thomas

10/1: Brooks Koepka

14/1: Harris English


Video: Andy Ogletree, low amateur at the 2020 Masters, will make his professional debut at the Mayakoba Gol (SMG)

18/1: Tony Finau, Daniel Berger, Abraham Ancer, Viktor Hovland

22/1: Russell Henley

25/1: Rickie Fowler

28/1: Will Zalatoris

30/1: Corey Conners

33/1: Joaquin Niemann

40/1: Marc Leishman, Billy Horschel, Carlos Ortiz

50/1: Gary Woodland, Brendon Todd, Sebastian Munoz

Yealimi Noh shares lead, is looking for first win at Volunteers of America Classic .
The Volunteers of America title is anyone's for the taking through 54 holes, although 19-year-old Yealimi Noh is making it especially interesting. After carding a 66 Friday, the second round's lowest score, Noh finished Saturday even-par 71 to sit in a three-way…After carding a 66 Friday, the second round’s lowest score, Noh finished Saturday even-par 71 to sit in a three-way tie for the lead at 4 under at Old American Golf Club.

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