Odds to Win the Players Championship 2017 Ahead of Friday Round 2

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May/11/2017

The odds to win the Players Championship 2017 have, as one might expect, changed dramatically following Round 1 of play Thursday.  You can bet on the winner heading into Friday’s play.  These odds must be locked in however.

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Most of those atop the leaderboard still had very long odds.  Jon Rahm, sixth on the leaderboard, was the new favorite followed by Dustin Johnson. Mackenzie Hughes was coming in at 80/1 odds despite being third on the leaderboard. 

William McGirt 28/1

Mackenzie Hughes 80/1

Chez Reavie 60/1

J.B. Holmes 35/1

Alex Noren 25/1

Jon Rahm 6/1

Francesco Molinari 35/1

Daniel Summerhays 220/1

Louis Oosthuizen 30/1

Rafa Cabrera Bello 35/1

Shortest odds heading into Round 2 of the Players Championship

Jon Rahm 6/1

Dustin Johnson 7/1

Rickie Fowler 14/1

Jason Day 15/1

Adam Scott 17/1

Rory McIlroy 23/1

Alex Noren 23/1

William McGirt 25/1

Louis Oosthuizen 28/1

Daniel Berger 35/1

Francesco Molinari 35/1

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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