2020 PGA Money List Betting

It can of course be quite a costly business, betting on PGA golf tours each season, much more so if you are not having much luck regarding which golfers you back to win or get placed in any of those golf tournaments.

However, never lose track of the fact that there are plenty of betting sites that are going to allow you to place some long term bets on all PGA tours, and one betting market that is available right now concerns the players that could end up on the PGA money list next year.

All that you are going to be tasked with doing if you do fancy placing a bet on that betting market is to try and predict just which golfers are going to win the most money when taking part in PGA tours next year, and there are plenty of value bets that you can place right now.

The two players that are currently heading that long term futures betting market and may just be ones worth signing with are Brooks Koepka at 5/2 and next in the betting Rory McIlroy who is currently the second favourite to win the most money next year and his odds for reference are 7/2.

Lower the Risks with an Each-Way Bet

Whilst the odds on picking out the golfer you think will win the most PGA golf tournament prize money are going to be high currently, never forget that you are also going to be able to bet on one or more golfer each-way too.

If that is the type of bet you are much more interested in placing right now at this very early stage of the betting, then I would advise you o take a look at the Coral betting site, and I say that as they are paying out to four places and are paying out one fifth of the win odds on the placed golfers.

Other Golfers to Consider Backing

As for some golfers that have much better and bigger odds attached to them right now, well there are plenty of them to pick and choose from, but two that are next in the betting and are therefore attracting some support right now are Dustin Johnson and Justin Thomas at 9/1.

One player that may just pull it out of the bag next year is the highly experience and talented Jon Rahm and if you are prepared to bet on him right now you should quite easily be able to secure odds of around the 12/1 mark.

For those of you hat do fancy backing a couple of players at even bigger odds but wish to back them each-way then two that do spring to mind are Patrick Cantlay and Xander Schauffele at 14/1. and then you have Justin Rose who does look a reasonable bet at his current odds of 22/1.

The next golfers in the early betting that could appeal to some of you out there include the likes of Bryson Dechambeau, Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler and Tiger Woods at 33/1 or you may fancy something of a speculative bet on Tony Finau at 40/1 instead.