2021 Memorial Tournament Betting Tips
June 3rd – 6th, 2021
Muirfield Village G.C., Dubin, Ohio
Par: 72 / Yardage: 7,543
Purse: $9.3 million with $1,674,000 to the winner
Defending Champion: Jon Rahm
Rahmbo and Spieth top the betting for Memorial but there's no clear favourite with JT, Rory and DeChambeau fancied by many too.
Doc's Top 5 Each Way Bets
Patrick Reed 33/1
Jack Nicklaus always sets Muirfield Village up to be one of the toughest tests with the slickest greens and you need a battler on your betslip. With the biggest renovations to greens and bunkers in years now complete on the effect blank canvas I think touch and guile will be key. Reed missed the cut last week but there's plenty to like with a T17 at Kiawah and T6 before that at the Wells Fargo. T10 last year, this should be right up his alley.
Viktor Hovland 33/1
Jack lets you bang it off the tee before really tightening things up for the approach and Hovland has that game. T48 on his debut last year but with 6 top-10's from 11 starts this calendar year he's a different beast. T3 at Wells Fargo and Valspar and looking for his second win for the season.
Keegan Bradley 60/1
As good as anyone on Tour tee to green and with all new greens and undulations it really levels the playing field for Bradley. 2nd at the Valspar, T17 at the PGA Championship and plenty more good form besides, this could be a massive week for Keegan.
Louis Oosthuizen 35/1
Came up just short at Kiawah Island and T8 before that at the Valspar among 3 top-10 from his last 5 starts. Healthy and fit and putting brilliantly, surely a first ever win at a regular season PGA Tour event is coming?
Tony Finau 28/1
Four top 15 finishes at The Memorial since 2015 for Tony and I think he'll be looking forward to this week. T20 last week didn't tell the story of an excellent driving accuracy and irons week and he was T8 at Kiawah Island. Real live chance of a podium finish here.
Long Odds Glory
Billy Horschel 66/1
Loves a battle, the perfect guy to grit it out on this course. Five top-15's here over the last seven years, T2 at the WGC Workday earlier in the year and great odds this week.
Charl Schwartzel 100/1
Missed the cut at the PGA after a run of really good results including a T3 at the Byron Nelson, T14 at Wells Fargo, and that close shave with Louis at the Zurich Classic. Back in the day Charl would be on everyone's “ballstriking” list for a tough track like this. I just wonder will he be the surprise package from 100/1.
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Published Date: Tue, 01 Jun 2021 10:21:00 +0000
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