Charles Schwab Cup Championship 2018 Betting

I am sure you are going to have your own thoughts and ideas as to just which golfers are going to do well in this year’s running on the Charles Schwab Cup Championship, and you may have actually already had a bet on the player that you fancy winning that event too.

If not, then please do read through today’s best bets of the days guide below, for as always is the case I will be taking a look at the early betting markets and will also be enlightening you as to where the value lays too.

One thing you will of course need to know is where to secure the very highest odds on that major golf tournament, well for reference all of the odds that I will be quoting below are odds that are available over at the William Hill betting site, or they were available at the time of compiling this betting guide.

If you are interested in making use of any of the odds listed below and you haven’t yet signed up to William Hill, then please do so but by clicking onto our links to get to their site, as that way you will be able to claim their high valued sign up bonus, the terms and conditions of which are to be found on their website.

As William Hill are one of the fastest paying betting sites and of course fully licensed and regulated too, I just know you are never going to run into any problems when betting with them, no matter which sporting events you do decide to bet on!

Golfers with the Best Chance of Winning

As with any major golf tournament as soon as the early and futures betting markets open, punters are going to start to bet on the golfers they think are going to win, and it doesn’t then take very long for you to work out which golfers is the one that most other punters thinks is going to win.

Currently if the Early betting markets are to be believed, it is Bernhard Langer that most punters and fans of the sport are convinced is going to win this major golf tournament this year, and he has been backed right down to his current generally available odds those being 10/3.

However, when there is a favourite to win any sporting event, you are also going to find a second, third, fourth and fifth favourites too! Regarding the golfer that is the second favourite in this golf tournament, well that honour currently goes to Miguel Angel Jimenez and he is available right now at odds of 8/1, so does represent a fair and value bet too!

There is one other golfer that I would say does have something of a find an outstanding chance of winning this golf tournament this year and that golfer is no other than Scott Parel.

If you do fancy his chances and it is fair and true to say that many of you will do then you can back him right now at odds of 9/1, but those odds are subject to change at any time, never forget that!

The Rest of the Charles Schwab Cup Field

The odds that are available on the rest of the field of players in this major golf tournament are so high you may fancy backing any of them each-way, and if that is the case then there are plenty of betting sites that will let you bet that way.

But it is of course important that when betting each-way you get the best terms possible on those bets and as far as BetFred goes, they are going to be offering you one quarter the win odds on the place part on your each-way bets on this event but they are also going to be paying out those odds to four places too!

With that in mind let me now move onto giving you an overview of some of the golfers that may just be worth backing each-way, starting with the current set of 16/1 shots, those golfers include David Toms, Jerry Kelly, Kenny Perry, Scott McCarron and Vijay Singh.

You may however fancy taking advantage of the 20/1 odds that are currently being offered at BetFred on Woody Austin who does look a fair bet at those odds it does have to be said, and there is a couple of 22/1 shots you may also fancy backing to win or each-way and they are Kevin Sutherland and Kirk Triplett.

It is up to you who you back of course and at 25/1 we have Joe Durant at 28/1 Gene Sauers looks an outsider as does too each of the 33/1 shots which for reference are Brandt Jobe, Glen Day and Paul Goydos and if you fancy the chances of Jeff Maggert, Marco Dawson or Tom Lehman they are all on offer at BetFred at odds of 40/1.

Whether any of the 50/1 are going to win this event this year does of course remain to be seen, however it is up to you whether you do back any of them to win or each-way and those folders are Bart Bryant, Billy Andrade, Billy Mayfair, Duffy Waldorf, Jay Haas, Kent Jones, Scott Dunlap, Stephen Ames, Tom Pernice and Wes Short.

There are a handful of 66/1 shots on offer at BetFred, however do always please keep in mind the following golfers are on offer at such high odds as their chances of actually inning or getting placed in the top four positions of this golf tournament are extremely low!

Those 66/1 shots include Colin Montgomerie, Ken Tanigawa, Lee Janzen, Paul Broadhurst and Tim Petrovic, and there is one other golfer that you may or may not fancy backing to win this golf tournament, however he is the current rank outsider and as such is friendless in the betting market and that player is the 125/1 shot Rocco Mediate who to be fair has no chance of winning this event this year!