Scheffler Dominating PGA Tournament in Texas

Texas Children’s Houston Open Odds

It’s all about world number one Scottie Scheffler with Texas Children’s Houston Open odds.

He’s the +300 favorite to continue his awesome form in the months of March and April, and that’s about as short as favorites get with PGA betting odds.

However, the field also includes the likes of Wyndham Clark and Will Zalatoris.

Houston Open

Date, Time:
Purse: $9,100,000
Location: Memorial Park Golf Course

It’s This Time of the Year

We’re not sure why what it is about the months of March and April, but Scheffler loves winning at this time of the year.

All of his PGA Tour wins have come in February, March or April, and although that doesn’t bode well for the rest of the year, bettors can cash in over the next month.

The American led all PGA golf scores to win the Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass two weeks ago, his second consecutive Players title.

Since changing his putter, his game has gone to another level. He shot -8 to come from nowhere in the Players, and the 27-year-old wants more victories while he’s hot.

The negative is the Texas Children’s Houston Open odds of +300. That’s creeping into early 2000’s Tiger Woods prices, and he was essentially a sure thing to win.

Scheffler isn’t a sure thing, but if he’s anywhere near the top of the leaderboard entering the weekend, he should be too good for them.

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No Fluke for Clark

Wyndham Clark has been disrespected in betting markets since winning the US Open, up until this week.

He showed at the Players that he’s a premier player when finishing T2 behind Scheffler, and they could test each other again.

Clark is a late flourishing 30-year-old who has overcome barriers, but now he’s playing superb golf, and bettors are cashing in.

The three-time PGA Tour winner is on the second line of Texas Children’s Houston Open odds are +1200, which is a fair price.

He’s playing better than most players, and although he spent most of last year parading his US Open trophy as various sporting events, his mind should be focused on the course this week.

Zalatoris Continues Comeback

Coming back from a major injury isn’t easy, but Will Zalatoris has been right around the mark in 2024.

He might have missed the cut at the Players, but his form prior was excellent. He finished T2 on the PGA golf leaderboard at the Genesis Invitational before finishing T4 at the Arnold Palmer.

We’re happy to forgive his most recent performance. Sawgrass isn’t a course for everyone, and playing at Memorial Park Golf Course should be right up his alley.

Returning from a back injury isn’t easy, but it’s only a matter of time before he wins. Getting +1800 is well worth snapping up.

One Hit Wonder?

We’re hoping Jake Knapp isn’t a one hit wonder, especially when taking +5000 odds.

The Mexico Championship winner didn’t beat much of a field when winning his first PGA Tour tournament. However, as a 29-year-old, he has experience on his side.

That experience hasn’t come on the PGA Tour, but with many of the world’s best players gone to LIV, it allows golfers like Knapp to become relevant.

He’s a risky bet against players like Scheffler, but getting +5000 is too good to pass up for a confidence player.

We’re happy to include him in our selections, and bettors also get solid value for Knapp with top 10, top 20, and make the cut markets.

He’s a -225 chance to make the cut, so include him in your golf parlays.

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