Golfers head to Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, NC this week for the 2019 PGA Wells Fargo Championship. Last year winner Jason Day offers second choice odds of +1000. Will Day make it back-to-back, or is there another favorite that we should consider? Check out the latest golf betting odds, analysis, and thoughts for the 2019 Wells Fargo Championship!
2019 PGA Wells Fargo Championship Odds
Odds to Win the 2019 Well Fargo Championship
- Rory McIlroy +650
- Jason Day +1000
- Rickie Fowler +1100
- Justin Rose +1100
- Sergio Garcia +1800
- Webb Simpson +2000
- Paul Casey +2000
- Tony Finau +2000
- Hideki Matsuyama +2200
- Phil Mickelson +3000
- Henrik Stenson +3300
- Gary Woodland +3300
- Jason Kokrak +4000
- Patrick Reed +4000
- Sung-Jae Im +5500
- Lucas Glover +5500
- Charles Howell +5500
- Beyond Hun An +6000
- Keegan Bradley +6000
Which of the favorites has the best chance at winning the 2019 Wells Fargo Championship?
Rory offers +650 odds to win the Wells Fargo this weekend. McIlroy shot a -3 at Quail Hollow last year. That was 9 strokes off Jason Day. Not only that, but McIlroy didn’t play that well at the Masters, finishing twenty-first.
Day deserves a look. He shot a -12 after a 69, 67, 67, 69. However, Jason missed the cut at the Zurich Classic in his last. He’s not hitting the ball particularly well and actually offers underlay odds to repeat at +1000.
The pick among the favorites is Rickie Fowler. Fowler shot a -2 at the 2018 Wells Fargo Championship, but he’s in good form. He hasn’t played since finishing ninth at the Masters. That means he’s been taking his time this month, practicing some shots, and resting up for May. Fowler should have his hot sticks this week. Rickie deserves some consideration to win the Wells Fargo Championship.
Which less than +3300 choice deserves a look?
Ageless Phil Mickelson offers excellent +3000 odds to win the Wells Fargo Championship. Lefty headed into the Masters Tournament having missed the cut at both the Arnold Palmer Invitational and The Players Championship at TPC-Sawgrass. He shot the ball well enough at Augusta to finish in the Top 20 at eighteen.
The real reason to like Phil’s chances this week is because he shot a -7 at last year’s Wells Fargo. Mickelson came on in the final two rounds. He shot a 72 on both Thursday and Friday before shooting a 64 on Saturday and a 69 on Sunday. If he can shoot more consistently this year, he can win.
Are there any golfers at +3300 odds or higher who can win the 2019 Wells Fargo Championship?
Neither Stenson nor Woodland played at Qual Hollow last year. Both are in good enough form to have a say on Sunday, but the player to really consider is Patrick Reed.
Lately, Reed has been terrible. He finished fiftieth at the Arnold Palmer, forty-seventh at TPC-Sawgrass, and missed the cut at the Valspar Championship. In his last two tournaments played, he finished thirty-sixth at the Masters Tournament, and missed the cut at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.
Although Reed’s been in terrible form, he shot a -6 at the 2018 Wells Fargo Championship. Like Phil Mickelson last year, Reed improved on Saturday and Sunday, a 67 on Saturday and a 69 on Sunday, after shooting 71 on Thursday and Friday. Reed might turn his form around this week. If he does, he’ll pay his backers handsomely at +4000 odds.