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The 2019 Players' Championship kicks off Thursday at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, to kick off the 46th edition of this prestigious tournament. Known unofficially as the 'fifth major of golf', the Players is a prestigious event on the PGA Tour, filled with talent and for good reason. With a prize pool of $ 12.5 million – of which $ 2.25 is reserved for the winner – it is not surprising that all the best players in the world will face this weekend. This is the biggest pot ever for a single tournament in the history of professional golf, up 13% 0.6 (or $ 1.5 million) from the previous year. This is also the first time since 2006 that this event will be held in March, becoming more and more usual in May when the PGA Tour decided to revise the schedule for this season.

While fans will not be able to compete for a share of the 2019 Players Championship's huge prize pool, those watching from the gallery or at home may be trying to make a living. Sportsbooks has just released ratings for the most notable of the 144 competitors in the field and it seems like it's a very open tournament. Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy do not have a big favorite this week, sharing this honor at +1200 odds each, a line that equates to a $ 12 return for every dollar wagered on any of these winning golfers. of the event. There is a three-goal tie for the second-best chances on the field between Justin Rose, Justin Thomas and Tiger Woods, who are all sitting at +1400. Rickie Fowler (+1600), Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau (+1800 each), as well as Jason Day and Jon Rahm (+2200 each) complete the list of odds. Read on for the full list of odds for all top golfers on the field in 2019.

The players' championship 2019 odds

Golfer odds
Dustin Johnson 1200
Rory McIlroy 1200
Justin Rose 1400
Justin Thomas 1400
Tiger Woods 1400
Rickie Fowler 1600
Brooks Koepka 1800
Bryson Dechambeau 1800
Jason Day 2200
Jon Rahm 2200
Jordan Spieth 2500
Sergio Garcia 2500
Tommy Fleetwood 2500
Alex Schauffele 2500
Patrick Cantlay 2800
Adam Scott 3300
Francesco Molinari 3300
Tony Finau 3300
Webb Simpson 3300
Hideki Matsuyama 4000
Marc Leishman 4000
Matt Kuchar 4000
Patrick Reed 4000
Paul Casey 4000
Phil Mickelson 4000
Billy Horschel 5000
Cameron Champ 5000
Gary Woodland 5000
Henrik Stenson 5000
Ian Poulter 5000
Louis Oosthuizen 5000
If Woo Kim 5000
Cameron Smith 6600
Adam Hadwin 8000
Alex Noren 8000
Branden Grace 8000
Bubba Watson 8000
Charl Schwartzel 8000
Charles Howell III 8000
Keegan Bradley 8000
Rafael Cabrera Bello 8000
Tyrrell Hatton 8000
Emiliano Grillo +10000
Haotong Li +10000
Kevin Kisner +10000
Lucas Glover +10000
Martin Kaymer +10000
Sungjae I am +10000
Thorbjorn Olesen +10000
Aaron Wise 12500
Beautiful Hossler 12500
Brandt Snedeker 12500
Byeong Hun An 12500
Danny Willett 12500
J.B. Holmes 12500
Keith Mitchell 12500
Kevin Chappell 12500
Kyle Stanley 12500
Matthew Fitzpatrick 12500
Russell Henley 12500
Zach Johnson 12500
Abraham Ancer 15000
C.T. The pan 15000
Daniel Berger 15000
Jimmy Walker 15000
Kevin Na 15000
Kiradech Aphibarnrat 15000
Luke List 15000
Matt Wallace 15000
Pat Perez 15000
Russell Knox 15000
Ryan Moore 15000
Austin Cook 20000
Brian Harman 20000
Bud Cauley 20000
Charley Hoffman 20000
Chesson Hadley 20000
In Reavie 20000
Danny Lee 20000
Eddie Pepperell 20000
Harold Varner III 20000
Jamie lovemark 20000
Jason Dufner 20000
Jason Kokrak 20000
Jhonattan Vegas 20000
Kevin Tway 20000
Lucas Bjerregaard 20000
Stewart Cink 20000

The championship rating of the players is a courtesy of SportsBetting.ag

It's worth noting that one of the top-rated golfers is not even guaranteed to participate in the 2019 players' championship. Tiger Woods had to deal with a neck strain that forced him to retire Invitation tournament of Arnold Palmer last week. It seems increasingly likely that he will try to play, while the 43-year-old is in a first-round group with Webb Simpson and Patrick Reed. Assuming Woods can give it a try, fans will be able to bet on a number of unique scenarios involving the 14-time champion. It's a safe bet that Woods succeeds or not (yes, he's one of the big favorites at -400, or he's risking $ 4 to win $ 1), where he'll end up (the books think he's unlikely to, he get a top 5 based on the odds of +300, although a top 10 seems more likely with +135) and even if he would put it in the water when he took off at the 17th hole of the course signature.

OddsShark The odds displayed on the number of major tournaments that Woods will capture in 2019, with zero being the big favorite, and the four-a-grand slam is something that he and no other golfer has ever realized during 39, a single season of the 250-1 Masters era:

Speaking of Island Green at number 17, there is a plethora of accessories surrounding this hole. The books have published the probabilities of knowing if a number of big stars will end up in the glass after the tee shot. Jordan Spieth and Phil Mickelson have the best chance of reaching their first shot in the water at +400, while Woods, McIlroy and Dustin Johnson are slightly behind at +500. As for the player who will take a penalty of two strokes first at No. 17, Spieth is ahead of the pack at +150. He is closely followed by Patrick Reed (+200) and Brooks Koepka (+250), while advertisers believe that Justin Rose (+2000) is the least likely to be first in the water. Throughout the tournament, the stores are planning many strikes on the number 17. The total number of shots in the water for the 2019 players is 38.5, and 7.5 are expected in the last round Sunday.

Patrick Mayo has published a graph highlighting the number of bullets on the No. 17 each year since 2003, which shows that 2007 had registered the greatest number (93) and 2014 the least (28) on the set of # 39, a championship of players:

Those looking to bet on exotic species that do not involve Island Green have a few other options, including whether or not there is a hole-in-one during the tournament ("No" is slightly favored at -130), will he golfer break the course record with a score of 62 or less in one run (Webb Simpson, last year's champion, was tight, but eventually equaled the record with a score of 63 in round 2), if there is a championship playoff and even the winner's final margin of victory.

Paul Azinger, a former player and current golf analyst, said the wind would play a much bigger role as the tournament would be held in March instead of May (via GolfWeek.com):

I love TPC Sawgrass and I like the fact that players come back in March with the potential for weather conditions. Pete Dye built TPC Sawgrass for March because of the wind. Hole # 17 in the wind, that means the players go from a hoof and iron 9 to an iron 6, 7 or 8, and I'll tell you that it's a small target with a 6 iron. Sunday, I do not care who you are, you can not stop thinking about 17. It's in your head all the time. It's the scariest thing to wait all day. And 18 in the wind means driver, 6-iron. It will not be easy. So hope the wind will blow when the bell rings

Those seeking tips on how to bet some of these intriguing props, as well as an expert prediction on the tournament winner, can check later in the week to find the best bets from SportsInformationTraders professional handicapper Jon Price. com. In the meantime, check out the complete schedule, groups and the full list of bets on the table accessories for the 2019 Players Championship:

2019 Players Championship Cover Schedule

Date TV coverage (EST) TV channel
Thursday, March 14 1p-7p Golf Channel
Friday March 15th 1p-7p Golf Channel
Saturday, March 16th 2p-7p NBC
Sun 17 Mar 1p-6p NBC

The tournament will be broadcast live via PGA TOUR Live. Featured group coverage from 7:30 am to 7 pm Thursday and Friday, 8:30 am to 7 am Saturday and 8 am to 6 am Sunday.

Featured Groups of 2019 Players Championship

Thursday

  • Webb Simpson, Tiger Woods and Patrick Reed
  • Rickie Fowler, Spieth Jordan, Brooks Koepka

Friday

  • Matt Kuchar, Phil Mickelson, Rory McIlroy
  • Xander Schauffele, Justin Thomas, Justin Rose

2019 Championship Prop Players

Chances are offered by SportsBetting.ag

Will Tiger Woods make the cut?

  • Yes -400
  • No +300

Will Tiger Woods finish in the top 5?

  • Yes +300
  • No -400

Will Tiger Woods finish in the top 10?

  • Yes +135
  • No -165

First player to hit a tee shot in the water on No. 17

  • Jordan Spieth +150
  • Patrick Reed +200
  • Brooks Koepka +250
  • Phil Mickelson +300
  • Rickie Fowler +400
  • Justin Thomas +500
  • Jon Rahm +700
  • Bryson DeChambeau +700
  • Dustin Johnson +800
  • Tiger Woods +1000
  • Francesco Molinari +1000
  • Rory McIlroy +1200
  • Xander Schauffele +1500
  • Tommy Fleetwood +1500
  • Justin Rose +2000

Will Tiger Woods hit a tee shot in the water at # 17?

  • Yes +550
  • No -900

Will Dustin Johnson make a tee shot in the water at # 17?

  • Yes +500
  • No -800

Will Rory McIlroy get a tee shot in the water at # 17?

  • Yes +500
  • No -800

Jordan Spieth will he hit a tee shot in the water at No. 17?

  • Yes +400
  • No -600

Phil Mickelson will he have a tee shot in the water on No. 17?

  • Yes +400
  • No -600

How many tee shots will land in the water on # 17?

  • More than 38.5 (-115)
  • Less than 38.5 (-115)

How many tee shots will land in the water on No. 17 in the fourth round?

  • More than 7,5 (+100)
  • Less than 7.5 (-130)

Best score at n ° 17

  • More than 7,5 (+100)
  • Less than 7.5 (-130)

Will there be a hole in one?

  • Yes +100
  • No -130

Will there be a hole in one on number 17?

  • Yes +350
  • No -500

Will someone shoot 62 or less?

  • Yes +700
  • No -1250

Will there be a playoff?

  • Yes +300
  • No -400

The margin of victory of the championship of the players

  • 4 or more shots +250
  • Exactly 3 strokes +450
  • Exactly 2 strokes +350
  • Exactly 1 strokes +250
  • Playoff +300

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Richard Heathcote / Getty ImagesGetty

The 2019 Players' Championship kicks off Thursday at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, to kick off the 46th edition of this prestigious tournament. Known unofficially as the 'fifth major of golf', the Players is a prestigious event on the PGA Tour, filled with talent and for good reason. With a prize pool of $ 12.5 million – of which $ 2.25 is reserved for the winner – it is not surprising that all the best players in the world will face this weekend. This is the biggest pot ever for a single tournament in the history of professional golf, up 13% 0.6 (or $ 1.5 million) from the previous year. This is also the first time since 2006 that this event will be held in March, becoming more and more usual in May when the PGA Tour decided to revise the schedule for this season.

While fans will not be able to compete for a share of the 2019 Players Championship's huge prize pool, those watching from the gallery or at home may be trying to make a living. Sportsbooks has just released ratings for the most notable of the 144 competitors in the field and it seems like it's a very open tournament. Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy do not have a big favorite this week, sharing this honor at +1200 odds each, a line that equates to a $ 12 return for every dollar wagered on any of these winning golfers. of the event. There is a three-goal tie for the second-best chances on the field between Justin Rose, Justin Thomas and Tiger Woods, who are all sitting at +1400. Rickie Fowler (+1600), Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau (+1800 each), as well as Jason Day and Jon Rahm (+2200 each) complete the list of odds. Read on for the full list of odds for all top golfers on the field in 2019.

The odds of the 2019 players' championship

Golfer
odds
Dustin Johnson
1200
Rory McIlroy
1200
Justin Rose
1400
Justin Thomas
1400
Tiger Woods
1400
Rickie Fowler
1600
Brooks Koepka
1800
Bryson DeChambeau
1800
Jason Day
2200
Jon Rahm
2200
Jordan Spieth
2500
Sergio Garcia
2500
Tommy Fleetwood
2500
Xander Schauffele
2500
Patrick Cantlay
2800
Adam Scott
3300
Francesco Molinari
3300
Tony Finau
3300
Webb Simpson
3300
Hideki Matsuyama
4000
Marc Leishman
4000
Matt Kuchar
4000
Patrick Reed
4000
Paul Casey
4000
Phil Mickelson
4000
Billy Horschel
5000
Cameron Champ
5000
Gary Woodland
5000
Henrik Stenson
5000
Ian Poulter
5000
Louis Oosthuizen
5000
If Woo Kim
5000
Cameron Smith
6600
Adam Hadwin
8000
Alex Noren
8000
Branden Grace
8000
Bubba Watson
8000
Charl Schwartzel
8000
Charles Howell III
8000
Keegan Bradley
8000
Rafael Cabrera Bello
8000
Tyrrell Hatton
8000
Emiliano Grillo
+10000
Haotong Li
+10000
Kevin Kisner
+10000
Lucas Glover
+10000
Martin Kaymer
+10000
Sungjae Im
+10000
Thorbjorn Olesen
+10000
Aaron Wise
12500
Beautiful Hossler
12500
Brandt Snedeker
12500
Byeong Hun An
12500
Danny Willett
12500
J.B. Holmes
12500
Keith Mitchell
12500
Kevin Chappell
12500
Kyle Stanley
12500
Matthew Fitzpatrick
12500
Russell Henley
12500
Zach Johnson
12500
Abraham Ancer
15000
C.T. The pan
15000
Daniel Berger
15000
Jimmy Walker
15000
Kevin Na
15000
Kiradech Aphibarnrat
15000
Luke List
15000
Matt Wallace
15000
Pat Perez
15000
Russell Knox
15000
Ryan Moore
15000
Austin Cook
20000
Brian Harman
20000
Bud Cauley
20000
Charley Hoffman
20000
Chesson Hadley
20000
At Reavie
20000
Danny Lee
20000
Eddie Pepperell
20000
Harold Varner III
20000
Jamie Lovemark
20000
Jason Dufner
20000
Jason Kokrak
20000
Jhonattan Vegas
20000
Kevin Tway
20000
Lucas Bjerregaard
20000
Stewart Cink
20000

The championship rating of the players is a courtesy of SportsBetting.ag

It's worth noting that one of the top-rated golfers is not even guaranteed to participate in the 2019 players' championship. Tiger Woods had to deal with a neck strain that forced him to retire Invitation tournament of Arnold Palmer last week. It seems increasingly likely that he will try to play, while the 43-year-old is in a first-round group with Webb Simpson and Patrick Reed. Assuming Woods can give it a try, fans will be able to bet on a number of unique scenarios involving the 14-time champion. It's a safe bet that Woods succeeds or not (yes, he's one of the big favorites at -400, or he's risking $ 4 to win $ 1), where he'll end up (the books think he's unlikely to, he get a top 5 based on the odds of +300, although a top 10 seems more likely with +135) and even if he would put it in the water when he took off at the 17th hole of the course signature.

OddsShark The odds displayed on the number of major tournaments that Woods will capture in 2019, with zero being the big favorite, and the four-a-grand slam is something that he and no other golfer has ever realized during 39, a single season of the 250-1 Masters era:

How many majors will Tiger Woods win in 2019?

0-500
1 +250
2 +1600
3 +6600
4 +25000

– OddsShark (@OddsShark) March 11, 2019

Speaking of Island Green at number 17, there is a plethora of accessories surrounding this hole. The books have published the probabilities of knowing if a number of big stars will end up in the glass after the tee shot. Jordan Spieth and Phil Mickelson have the best chance of reaching their first shot in the water at +400, while Woods, McIlroy and Dustin Johnson are slightly behind at +500. As for the player who will take a penalty of two strokes first at No. 17, Spieth is ahead of the pack at +150. He is closely followed by Patrick Reed (+200) and Brooks Koepka (+250), while advertisers believe that Justin Rose (+2000) is the least likely to be first in the water. Throughout the tournament, the stores are planning many strikes on the number 17. The total number of shots in the water for the 2019 players is 38.5, and 7.5 are expected in the last round Sunday.

Patrick Mayo has published a graph highlighting the number of bullets on the No. 17 each year since 2003, which shows that 2007 had registered the greatest number (93) and 2014 the least (28) on the set of # 39, a championship of players:

Water Balls on 17 at TPC Sawgrass over the years pic.twitter.com/IjpLJilK8H

– Patrick Mayo (@ThePME) March 10, 2019

Those looking to bet on exotic species that do not involve Island Green have a few other options, including whether or not there is a hole-in-one during the tournament ("No" is slightly favored at -130), will he golfer break the course record with a score of 62 or less in one run (Webb Simpson, last year's champion, was tight, but eventually equaled the record with a score of 63 in round 2), if there is a championship playoff and even the winner's final margin of victory.

Paul Azinger, a former player and current golf analyst, said the wind would play a much bigger role as the tournament would be held in March instead of May (via GolfWeek.com):

I love TPC Sawgrass and I like the fact that players come back in March with the potential for weather conditions. Pete Dye built TPC Sawgrass for March because of the wind. Hole # 17 in the wind, that means the players go from a hoof and iron 9 to an iron 6, 7 or 8, and I'll tell you that it's a small target with a 6 iron. Sunday, I do not care who you are, you can not stop thinking about 17. It's in your head all the time. It's the scariest thing to wait all day. And 18 in the wind means driver, 6-iron. It will not be easy. So hope the wind will blow when the bell rings

Those seeking tips on how to bet some of these intriguing props, as well as an expert prediction on the tournament winner, can check later in the week to find the best bets from SportsInformationTraders professional handicapper Jon Price. com. In the meantime, check out the complete schedule, groups and the full list of bets on the table accessories for the 2019 Players Championship:

2019 Players Championship Cover Schedule

Date
TV coverage (EST)
TV channel
Thursday, March 14
1p-7p
Golf Channel
Friday March 15th
1p-7p
Golf Channel
Saturday, March 16th
2p-7p
NBC
Sun 17 Mar
1p-6p
NBC

The tournament will be broadcast live via PGA TOUR Live. Featured group coverage from 7:30 am to 7 pm Thursday and Friday, 8:30 am to 7 am Saturday and 8 am to 6 am Sunday.

Featured Groups of 2019 Players Championship

Thursday

  • Webb Simpson, Tiger Woods and Patrick Reed
  • Rickie Fowler, Spieth Jordan, Brooks Koepka
  • Friday

  • Matt Kuchar, Phil Mickelson, Rory McIlroy
  • Xander Schauffele, Justin Thomas, Justin Rose
  • 2019 Championship Prop Players

    Chances are offered by SportsBetting.ag

    Will Tiger Woods make the cut?

    Will Tiger Woods finish in the top 5?

    Will Tiger Woods finish in the top 10?

    First player to hit a tee shot in the water on No. 17

  • Jordan Spieth +150
  • Patrick Reed +200
  • Brooks Koepka +250
  • Phil Mickelson +300
  • Rickie Fowler +400
  • Justin Thomas +500
  • Jon Rahm +700
  • Bryson DeChambeau +700
  • Dustin Johnson +800
  • Tiger Woods +1000
  • Francesco Molinari +1000
  • Rory McIlroy +1200
  • Xander Schauffele +1500
  • Tommy Fleetwood +1500
  • Justin Rose +2000
  • Will Tiger Woods hit a tee shot in the water on # 17?

    Dustin Johnson will he hit a tee shot in the water on No. 17?

    Will Rory McIlroy hit a tee shot in the water at # 17?

    Jordan Spieth will he hit a tee shot in the water on No. 17?

    Phil Mickelson will he hit a tee shot in the water on No. 17?

    How many tee shots will land in the water on # 17?

  • More than 38.5 (-115)
  • Less than 38.5 (-115)
  • How many tee shots will land in the water on No. 17 in the fourth round?

  • More than 7,5 (+100)
  • Less than 7.5 (-130)
  • Best score at n ° 17

  • More than 7,5 (+100)
  • Less than 7.5 (-130)
  • Will there be a hole in one?

    Will there be a hole in one on number 17?

    Will someone shoot 62 or less?

    Will there be a playoff series?

    The margin of victory of the championship of the players

  • 4 or more shots +250
  • Exactly 3 strokes +450
  • Exactly 2 strokes +350
  • Exactly 1 strokes +250
  • Playoff +300