Early Betting on the 2020 PGA Money List

I know it may seem a very long way off currently, but the 2020 PGA tour season will soon be upon us, and there are loads of punters who like to place very long term bets on those golf tournaments, and as such below I will be looking at the current state of the 2020 PGA money list futures betting market.

Now there are of course plenty of golfers that are scheduled and are planning to be involved in next years PGA golf tours, but there are not many of them that are expected to be the one that wins the most prize money when doing so.

In fact, currently two golfers that do look rock solid bets as being the ones that are likely to win the most money along with their current betting odds to do so, are Brooks Koepka at 5/2 and then you have the next golfer in the betting that being Rory McIlroy at 7/2.

If you do fancy chancing your arm so to speak and placing a bet on any golfer that you think will win the most money next year competing in PGA golf tours, then please do read on for I will now enlighten you on the odds attached to several other golfers too, any of which could bag the most prize money next year of course.

Bet Outright or Also Bet Each-Way Too

Just so you know, you are going to also be able to pick out and bet on one or more golfers to end up high up on the PGA money list next year each-way, but if those are the types of bets you do fancy placing then look out for a betting site or betting app offering you the best each-way betting terms.

To save you a  slot of time and effort checking around and comparing several different bookies each-way betting terms, Coral do appear to be offering the very best value to each-way punters right now, for they are offering one fifth of the win odds on this betting market and they are also paying out to four places too.

Golfers in With a Chance

It will be golfers such as Dustin Johnson and Justin Thomas at 9/1 that I do know some punters will be very wager to back and at those high odds no one can blame them, and you are also going to find that players such as Jon Rahm at 12/1 and Patrick Cantlay and Xander Schauffele at 14/1 do offer tremendous value to punters too.

A few other golfers that may or may not appeal to you right now, but there is no getting away from the simple fact their respective odds are overly generous right now include golfers such as Justin Rose at 22/1, Bryson Dechambeau, Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler and Tiger Woods at 33/1 and there is some value waiting to be mopped up too on golfers such as Tony Finau who is a solid 40/1 shot too.

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