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Phoenix Open: Betting Tips & Odds

Ahead of the tournament, here at betting.bet you will find in-depth analysis and expert betting tips as well as the very best Phoenix Open odds courtesy of popular bookmakers, bet365.

Phoenix Open: Betting Tips & Odds
Phoenix Open: Betting Tips & Odds

Get ready for one of the most exciting weekends in sports! While the Super Bowl grabs all the attention, another epic event unfolds at TPC Scottsdale, the Phoenix Open. This golf extravaganza could see a whopping 700,000 fans flocking to witness the action. Ahead of the tournament, here at betting.bet you will find in-depth analysis and expert betting tips as well as the very best Phoenix Open odds courtesy of popular bookmakers, bet365.

Although the tournament's prize pot has taken a hit, don't count out the thrill. The field might not be as star-studded as last week's Pebble Beach Pro-Am, but we've got the phenomenal Scottie Scheffler aiming for a third consecutive win. Can he pull off the hat-trick? He's definitely the favourite as we explore this week's top golf bets.

Expect an elite winner to emerge from the desert. Past champions like Scheffler, Brooks Koepka, and Hideki Matsuyama suggest that the top contenders will likely dominate again. With generous fairways and thin air at the Stadium Course, long hitters hold an advantage. But don't overlook the importance of precision ball-striking on this desert track.

Past Phoenix Open Winners 

YearWinnerScoreTo parMargin of victoryRunner(s)-upPurse ($)Winner's share ($)
20248,800,0001,584,000
2023Scottie Scheffler (2)265-192 strokesNick Taylor20,000,0003,600,000
2022Scottie Scheffler268-16PlayoffPatrick Cantlay8,200,0001,476,000
2021Brooks Koepka (2)265-191 strokeLee Kyoung-hoon7,300,0001,314,000
2020Webb Simpson267-17PlayoffTony Finau7,300,0001,314,000
2019Rickie Fowler267-172 strokesBranden Grace7,100,0001,278,000
2018Gary Woodland266-18PlayoffChez Reavie6,900,0001,242,000
2017Hideki Matsuyama (2)267-17PlayoffWebb Simpson6,700,0001,206,000
2016Hideki Matsuyama270-14PlayoffRickie Fowler6,500,0001,170,000
2015Brooks Koepka269-151 strokeHideki Matsuyama6,300,0001,134,000
2014Kevin Stadler268-161 strokeGraham DeLaet6,200,0001,116,000
2013Phil Mickelson (3)256-284 strokesBrandt Snedeker6,200,0001,116,000
2012Kyle Stanley269-151 strokeBen Crane6,100,0001,098,000
2011Mark Wilson266-18PlayoffJason Dufner6,100,0001,098,000
2010Hunter Mahan268-161 strokeRickie Fowler6,000,0001,080,000

Scottie Scheffler and Justin Thomas are on fire. While Scheffler is a rightful favourite, Thomas could surprise us, especially with his recent form. And hey, let's not forget about Si Woo Kim. He might not be on everyone's radar, but his solid performances hint at a potential rise in Phoenix.

Now, let's talk about Scott Stallings. It's been a while since his last victory, but he's been showing some serious promise, especially in the first rounds. Keep an eye on himโ€”he might just make a lightning-fast start at a tempting price

First Round Leader odds

OddsGolfers
14/1Scottie Scheffler
25/1Justin Thomas
35/1Max Homa, Jordan Spieth, Sam Burns
40/1Matt Fitzpatrick, J.T. Poston, Min Woo Lee, Byeong-Hun An, Wyndham Clark
45/1Sungjae Im, Tom Kim, Sahith Theegala, Hideki Matsuyama
50/1Cameron Young, Eric Cole, Adam Hadwin

So, while the Super Bowl fever grips the nation, tune into the Phoenix Open for some electrifying golf action. Who knows what surprises await us on the green! Action at TPC Scottsdale gets underway on February 8th, ending on February 11th.

Phoenix Open outright odds (E/W 1/5 8 places)

OddsGolfers
17/4Scottie Scheffler
10/1Justin Thomas
18/1Max Homa, Jordan Spieth
22/1Sam Burns
25/1Wyndham Clark
30/1Byeong-Hun An, Min Woo Lee, Sungjae Im, Tom Kim, Matt Fitzpatrick, J.T. Poston