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Odds to Win the BMW Championship

21 Dic Odds to Win the BMW Championship

Even the penultimate stop on the FedExCup playoffs gets underway this week at Medinah, Illinois in the BMW Championship. When it comes to chances lists, Brooks Koepka and Rory McIlroy are the +800 co-favorites to go all the way.
Koepka and McIlroy are the +800 favorites in BetOnline, together with Jon Rahm (+1000), Dustin Johnson (+1400), Justin Rose (+1600), Justin Thomas (+1600), Patrick Cantlay (+2000), Webb Simpson (+2000), Patrick Reed (+2200) and Adam Scott (+2500) rounding out the top 10.
Only 30 spots are on the line for the Tour Championship at East Lake, so a strong performance at Medinah is critical. The previous time reigning FedExCup winner Rose and 2016 champion McIlroy played the course was in the 2012 Ryder Cup — a triumph for Europe. The winner of the BMW Championship will get 2,000 FedExCup points. No man has defended his FedExCup name.
Last year in the tournament Keegan Bradley pulled off an improbable victory to win for first time in over five years once the event has been held at Aronimink Golf Club in Newton Square, Pennsylvania. This was the very first time Bradley advanced to the Tour Championship since 2013. The American is a +15000 long haul to go back to back.
The program, a 7,657-yard level 72, has been a staple among American golfing dating all the way back into the 1920s. The track has hosted the Ryder Cup (2012), three U.S. Opens (1949, 1975 and 1990), 2 PGA Championships (1999, 2006) and several different events at the pre-PGA Tour era.

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