After a few events in a row in California, the next stop for the PGA is in Florida with a WGC event, this week’s Workday Championship at The Concession. It’s quite the event with a massive purse, some top-tier PGA professionals playing, and of course a terrific event for golf bettors as well. There are two PGA events going on this week, as some golfers are in Puerto Rico but the focus is certainly a WGC event. This event used to be called the WGC-Mexico Championship, but was moved to Florida this year.
Let’s take a look at a course preview, odds for the event, our picks, top golf betting apps and more surrounding the 2021 WGC Workday Championship.
2021 WGC Workday Championship at The Concession Info
After last week’s Genesis Invitational, the PGA Tour makes its way to Florida for this week’s World Golf Championships event in the WGC Workday Championship. Here are the details for this week’s tournament.
Where: The Concession Golf Club, Bradenton, Florida
When: Thursday, February 25th to Sunday, February 28th, 2021
Watch: NBC, Golf Channel, PGA Tour Live
Workday Championship Course Preview – The Concession Golf Club
The Concession is one of the few courses in the world that has a name that brings an immediate recognition. Similar to “Augusta” or “Pebble Beach”, The Concession is one of the better courses in the southeast US. In 2006, it won Golf Digest’s “Best New Private Course”, and is located near Tampa Bay. Here are some facts and features on this week’s course.
- Designed by Jack Nicklaus Design
- Ranked as a top-7 course in Florida
- Designer is Tony Jacklin
- Home of the NCAA Championships
Odds to Win WGC Workday Championship
The odds have been released for the 2021 WGC Workday Championship, and here is a look at the top 10 odds from DraftKings Sportsbook. With a large field of the best golfers in the world, there is a ton of very close prices across the board with names like Dustin Johnson, Jon Rahm, and Tony Finau at the top.
|Player||Odds to Win WGC Workday Championship|
For a full list of odds, check out DraftKings Sportsbook.
Top Golf Betting Apps
When it comes to betting on golf, choosing the right legal sports betting platform is essential. Not only for normal necessities such as depositing, a smooth app, customer service, but for prices. When you wager on golf, most bettors will bet on the outright market. This makes prices so important, as you can get better prices on different books available to you. For example, Dustin Johnson may be +500 on one book, but +650 on another. Betting that +650 will help make you a better bettor long term. With that said, which sportsbooks are the best ones to wager on? Here’s a look at two of our favorites, whether you’re wagering on this week’s tournament, the Masters, or the US Open.
Our Betting Picks to Win the WGC Workday Championship
This has been a terrific year so far for ActionRush golf picks, as we have nailed +5500 Brooks Koepka at the Waste Management Open and +2000 Daniel Berger for the Pebble Beach Pro Am. For this week’s WGC Workday Championship, here’s a look at our picks for the event.
- Tony Finau (+1600)
- Daniel Berger (+2200)
- Brooks Koepka (+3000)
Field of Golfers
The field has been released for the WGC Workday Championship, and here is a full list of each and every golfer that will participate in the event. With a terrific field, this will be one of the better events of the season for a non-major, as most WGC events are.
|Rafa Cabrera Bello|
|Min Woo Lee|
|Erik van Rooyen|
|Danie van Tonder|
For more golf information, check out our golf odds hub.
Tournament Betting History
This PGA event is in Florida for the first time, as it has been called the WGC-Mexico Championship in years prior. In last year’s event, Patrick Reed won by one stroke over Bryson DeChambeau. In 2019, the winner was Dustin Johnson, also called the WGC-Mexico. This year’s first WGC event is called the Workday Championship, but here’s a look at the odds for last season’s event in terms of the top 5 to win.
- Rory McIlroy (+600)
- Dustin Johnson (+700)
- Jon Rahm (+1000)
- Justin Thomas (+1000)
- Adam Scott (+1600)
As mentioned above, the winner of last year’s event was Patrick Reed, whose odds were +3300 to win. This means a $10 wager would have returned $330, and a $100 bet would have returned $3300.
WGC Workday Championship FAQ
Who is the betting favorite to win the 2021 WGC Workday Championship?
The favorite to win the 2021 event is likely to be Dustin Johnson, if he participates in the event.
Who won the 2020 WGC-Workday Championship?
Last year, the event was called the WGC-Mexico Championship and was won by Patrick Reed.
What happened to the WGC-Mexico Championship?
This year, the WGC Mexico Championship has moved to Florida and is now called the WGC Workday Championship at the Concession.
Can I bet on WGC events?
As sanctioned PGA Tour events, WGC events can legally be wagered on in states that permit legal sports betting.
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