The PGA Tour is back in Florida this week, as golfers will participate in the 2021 Valspar Champoinship. While not a major, this tournament is one on the schedule each and every year and features some of the best golfers the world has to offer.

Let’s take a look at a course preview, odds to win the tournament, our betting picks to win, top golf betting apps and more for this week’s Valspar Championship.

 

 

2021 Valspar Championship Info – Date, Time, TV Schedule

For this week’s Valspar Champship, here are the details for where the tournament is played, the schedule, date and time, and where to watch on TV this week.

Where: Innisbrook Resort (Copperhead) in Palm Harbor, Florida
When: Thursday, April 29th to Sunday, May 2nd, 2021
Watch: CBS, Golf Channel, PGA Tour Live
Radio: SiriusXM
Purse: $6,900,000

 

Valspar Championship Course Preview – Innisbrook Resort

This week’s Valspar Championship takes place at the Innisbrook Resort. The Copperhead Course is the official course of the Valspar, and where this year’s event will take place.

The Copperhead Course is the most popular of the four courses at Innisbrook Resort, and has been the home to the Valspar Championship for years. Here are some facts and features of this course.

  • Plays at over 7,200 yards.
  • Listed on Golf Magazine’s “Top 100 You Can Play”
  • Listed on Golf Digest’s “Top 75 Golf Resorts in America:
  • Designed by Lawrence Packard, like the other three courses at the resort.

 

 

Odds to Win Valspar Championship 2021

Getting the early value in golf betting is the key to increasing your chances of being profitable as a golf bettor. This is why each and every week we post the opening and current odds for the week’s event at hand at various legal sportsbooks.

 

Opening Odds

The opening odds for this weeks’ event are posted, and here is the top 10 in terms of favorites to win the event.

Golfer Odds to Win Valspar Championship
Justin Thomas +900
Dustin Johnson +1000
Corey Conners +1400
Patrick Reed +1600
Paul Casey +2000
Viktor Hovland +2000
Tyrrell Hatton +2200
Sungjae Im +2500
Abraham Ancer +2800
Russell Henley +2800

For more golf odds, check out DraftKings Sportsbook.

 

Current Odds to win the Valspar Championship

Here is a look at the latest odds for this week’s Valspar Championship.

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Top Golf Betting Apps

Golf betting is very different than wagering on other sports, as the prices matter more than every before. Essentially, each book has golfers at odds to win a tournament at +500, +600 or even higher which is a large number in terms of the difference in payouts. Getting the best odds and price is key in any element of sports betting, but in golf the importance is magnified. Here are two of our favorite PGA betting apps.

 

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Betting Picks – Valspar Championship

Betting on the PGA is a whirlwind, as the focus is on futures and outright winner types of wagers. So far this season, we have hit on a few longshots. Here’s two of the winners we have posted.

Here’s our picks for this week’s Valspar Championship.

 

Outright Winner Picks

  • Dustin Johnson (+1000)
  • Paul Casey (+2000)
  • Viktor Hovland (+2000)
  • Danny Willett (+15000)

For more PGA betting picks and odds, check out our US Open and Masters odds pages.

 

Field for the 2021 Valspar Championship

For the PGA Tour schedule, the field is finalized after the previous week’s event ends. Once the Zurich Classic ended, the field for this week’s Valspar Championship was finalized. Here is a full list of players in the field for this week’s event. For more golf info, check out our US Open page.

Golfer
Byeong Hun An
Abraham Ancer
Ryan Armour
John Augenstein
Aaron Baddeley
Jonas Blixt
Keegan Bradley
Joseph Bramlett
Scott Brown
Wesley Bryan
Bronson Burgoon
Sam Burns
Rafa Cabrera Bello
Rafael Campos
Paul Casey
Cameron Champ
Kevin Chappell
K.J. Choi
Wyndham Clark
Corey Conners
Austin Cook
Cameron Davis
Luke Donald
Jason Dufner
Tyler Duncan
Brice Garnett
Brian Gay
Doug Ghim
Michael Gligic
Lucas Glover
Talor Gooch
Will Gordon
Branden Grace
Lanto Griffin
Emiliano Grillo
Chesson Hadley
Adam Hadwin
Brandon Hagy
James Hahn
Scott Harrington
Tyrrell Hatton
David Hearn
Russell Henley
Jim Herman
Kramer Hickok
Bo Hoag
Charley Hoffman
Tom Hoge
Rasmus Hojgaard
J.B. Holmes
Max Homa
Sam Horsfield
Beau Hossler
Viktor Hovland
Charles Howell III
Mark Hubbard
Mackenzie Hughes
John Huh
Sungjae Im
Dustin Johnson
Zach Johnson
Sung Kang
Michael Kim
Chris Kirk
Kevin Kisner
Patton Kizzire
Russell Knox
Satoshi Kodaira
Chase Koepka
Jason Kokrak
Kelly Kraft
Martin Laird
Andrew Landry
Hank Lebioda
Danny Lee
Kyoung-Hoon Lee
Tom Lewis
Luke List
Adam Long
Jamie Lovemark
Hunter Mahan
Peter Malnati
Denny McCarthy
Graeme McDowell
William McGirt
Troy Merritt
Phil Mickelson
Keith Mitchell
Ryan Moore
Grayson Murray
Kevin Na
Matthew NeSmith
Joaquin Niemann
Alex Noren
Henrik Norlander
Sean O’Hair
Louis Oosthuizen
Rob Oppenheim
Ryan Palmer
Cameron Percy
Pat Perez
Rod Perry
Scott Piercy
D.A. Points
J.T. Poston
Ted Potter Jr.
Ian Poulter
Andrew Putnam
Chez Reavie
Doc Redman
Patrick Reed
Patrick Rodgers
Justin Rose
Sam Ryder
Rory Sabbatini
Scottie Scheffler
Adam Schenk
Charl Schwartzel
Chase Seiffert
Robby Shelton
Roger Sloan
Brandt Snedeker
Kevin Stadler
Scott Stallings
Kyle Stanley
Henrik Stenson
Sepp Straka
Kevin Streelman
Steve Stricker
Brian Stuard
Hudson Swafford
Nick Taylor
Vaughn Taylor
Justin Thomas
D.J. Trahan
Martin Trainer
Cameron Tringale
Kevin Tway
Peter Uihlein
Bo Van Pelt
Erik van Rooyen
Jhonattan Vegas
Kris Ventura
Camilo Villegas
Jimmy Walker
Nick Watney
Bubba Watson
Richy Werenski
Vincent Whaley
Danny Willett
Gary Woodland
Xinjun Zhang

 

 

Betting History for the Valspar Championship

One of the most popular non-majors on the PGA Tour is the Valspar Championship, as it is one of the better betting events on the schedule. There was no event last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but in 2019 there was a tremendous finish to the tournament. Here is a look at the betting odds for that event, in terms of the top 5.

  • Dustin Johnson (+550)
  • Jason Day (+1000)
  • Jon Rahm (+1000)
  • Sergio Garcia (+1600)
  • Paul Casey (+2000)

The winner in 2019 was Paul Casey, who won his second straight Valspar Championship. A $10 wager would have paid $200 at his odds of +2000.

 

Last Five Winners of the Valspar Championship

Despite last year’s Valspar Championship being cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the tournament still has a prestigious history. Here is a look at the last five winners of the event.

Year Winner
2020 No Tournament
2019 Paul Casey
2018 Paul Casey
2017 Adam Hadwin
2016 Charl Schwartzel

 

Valspar Championship FAQ

Who is the favorite to win the 2021 Valspar Championship?

The favorite to win the Valspar Championship is Justin Thomas.

Who won the 2020 Valspar Championship?

The 2020 Valspar Championship was cancelled, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Paul Casey won in 2019.

Where is the 2021 Valspar Championship?

The 2021 Valspar Championship is played in Palm Harbor, Florida at Innisbrook Resort.

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