Deutsche Bank Championship 2015 Betting Odds

Written by:
Carrie Stroup
Published on:
Sep/01/2015
Deutsche Bank Championship 2015 Betting Odds

The Deutsche Bank Championship 2015 betting odds were available at Sportsbook.ag. 

TPC Boston – Norton, Massachusetts

The PGA Tour heads to Norton, Massachusetts on Friday for the second playoff event of the season, the Deutsche Bank Championship. This tournament has been on the tour since 2003 and was added to the FedEx Cup playoffs in 2007. The winner on this 7,242-yard, par-71 course will receive 2,000 points.

It was Chris Kirk who came away victorious in 2014, shooting a -15 and winning by two strokes. The winner of this tournament has shot a -15 or better in each of the past nine years. The -14 shot by Olin Browne in 2005 was the lowest score shot by a winner in the history of this tournament. Henrik Stenson and Rory McIlroy were the winners in the two installments prior to Kirk’s breakthrough respectively and this event will actually be McIlroy’s first playoff appearance of the year.

Vijay Singh is the only player to have won this tournament twice (2004, 2008) and he will not be competing on Friday. With only a few weekends of golf remaining in the season, let’s take a look at who can come away victorious this weekend:

Jason Day (+500) - While it’s not going to give you a favorable payout, it’s just too tough to advise anybody not to put a unit or two on Day this weekend. He’s on a mission to prove that he deserves to be the Player of the Year and has come away with a victory in three of the past four tournaments he has played in (Barclays, PGA Championship, RBC Canadian Open). Day has shot a 70 or over in just one of the past 16 rounds he’s played and has nine top 10 finishes on the year. Day is one of the most consistent golfers there is and his 314.3 yard average in driving distance (3rd on Tour) combined with his .74 strokes gained on the green (2nd on Tour) suggest that he’ll only continue to hover around the top of the leaderboard on Sundays (or in this case Monday).

Justin Rose (+1800) - Rose shot an opening round 77 at The Barclays last weekend and that ultimately took him out of contention. He actually ended up performing very well from Friday to Sunday, though (shooting a -12 in the final three rounds), and the law of averages suggests that he won’t shoot his way out of the tournament once again this weekend. Rose played well at the Deutsche Bank Championship in his most recent time appearing at the event, finishing t-16th in 2013 with a score of -7 for the tournament. He is one of the better all-around players in the world, as evidenced by his 1.6 total strokes gained (5th on Tour), and is a very good pick to take home the trophy on Monday.

Tony Finau (+7000) - Finau has been living at the top of the leaderboard recently, but he needs to put together an entire four rounds of elite play in order to finally break through and come away with a victory. He has six top-20s in the past 10 tournaments he has played in and has been on top of the leaderboard a few times, but has been unable to finish thus far. Regardless, Finau’s ability to hit off the tee (309.4 yard driving distance, 8th on Tour) keeps him in tournaments and he is due for a victory soon. Placing a unit or so on him is worth it with his odds.

Jason Bohn (+10000) - Bohn has played some incredible golf over the past few weeks, racking up two top-10s in his past three tournaments. While he has never come away with a victory at the Deutsche Bank Championship, Bohn was the runner up when Olin Browne won here in 2005. He is a very well rounded player, boasting an impressive 69.54% greens in regulation (22nd on Tour) and 71.99% driving accuracy (3rd on Tour). Bohn has four top-10s in his past 10 tournaments and is a very good pick to finally come away with a victory this weekend.

Charley Hoffman (+17000) - Hoffman has not played very well as of late, but he has still come away with two top-10s in the past 10 events he’s played in. One thing that Hoffman has going for him is that he is really big with the driver, averaging 299.9 yards off the tee (t-28th on Tour). If he can get it going just a bit with the putter then he’ll do some serious damage this weekend. He was victorious at the Deutsche Bank Championship in 2010 and anybody that is playing for their second championship at a certain event should be taken seriously.

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