Odds to Win 2018-19 FedEx Cup Championship

On a sunny Sunday in Georgia last November Charles Howell III made a 15-foot birdie putt on the second hole of a playoff versus Patrick Rodgers to earn his first win across an 11-year span. His previous victory before earning the first place spot at in the November RSM Classic was at Riviera in 2007.  Odds to Win 2018-19 FedEx Cup Championship.

Howell earned $1,152,000 and just as important to the Georgia native was the reward of a return trip to his hometown of Augusta, Georgia, in April to play in the Masters for the first time since 2012.

Howell opened at the Westgate Race and Sportsbook with Odds of 250-1 to Win 2018-19 FedEx Cup Championship. In the SuperBook’s latest update Howell is currently 25-1. Furthermore he rests in the fourth slot of the latest FedEx overall rankings with a total of 956 points. He has earned one win in this season’s FedEx challenge, has four top-10 and seven top-25 finishes,  to date.

The results of Howell’s tournament finishes this FedEx Cup Championship season find him continuing his strong play since his November of 2018 victory at the RSM Classic:

Valspar ChampMar 21
PLAYERS ChampMar 14
Arnold PalmerMar 7
WGC-MexicoFeb 21$128,00059
Genesis OpenFeb 14$266,400100
Farmers OpenJan 24$79,80441
Desert ClassicJan 17$29,79520
Sony OpenJan 10$192,00083
Tourn of ChampsJan 3$132,00056
RSM ClassicNov 15$1,152,000500

The  World’s  Largest  Race  and  Sportsbook,  Westgate  of  Las  Vegas, updated FedEx Cup Championship Odds:


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