Dominion Energy Charity Classic 2018 Betting

The Country Club of Virginia is where the Dominion Energy Charity Classic 2018 is being held and it is on their James River course that golf tournament will be being played out from today until the 21st of October.

This could actually be a golf tournament that you have never heard of before, for it was only established back in 2016 and as such there isn’t much of a track record of golfers winning it you can check out if you are looking for a few pointers as to whom to back this year!

However, you are always going to be able to rely on sites such as our top rated William Hill betting site to offer you some of the best odds in the business on all upcoming and about to start golf tournament, and with that in mind below I will give you an insight into who other punters are currently backing and the respective odds on each listed golfer too.

A little bit more information on the Dominion Energy Charity Classic, it is classified as a PGA Tour Champions event and as far as the prize purse goes, well there is a whopping $2million up for grabs in this tournament, which does make it one worth winning of course!

Favourites to Win

As for which golfer is attracting the most money currently, that is Bernhard Langer who it does have to be said that if he plays right up to his current form does look a value beet currently at his win odds of 9/2

There is also a chance that the current second favorite could come out on top, and if you are wondering just who that golfer is it is Miguel Angel Jimenez whose odds of 7/1 do look appealing, and then there is the third favorite who for record is currently Jerry Kelly at 10/1.

Current Outsiders to Win

Keep on mind that you do have the ability of backing any golfer you fancy to win the Dominion Energy Charity Classic this year either to win or back them each-way and with one quarter of the win odds on offer and as William Hill pay to five places too that is certainly a betting site to place your each-way wager at on this major golf tournament.

As for the outsiders that it may just be worth backing each-way to win, well they are Scott McCarron Scott Parel at 16/1, and you will also find no end of golfers chalked up currently at odds of 20/1 including David Toms, Joe Durant, Kevin Sutherland and Tom Gillis.

For those of our punters out there looking for some even bigger odds then you need to feast your eyes over the form of golfers such as Bob Estes and Kenny Perry who are both on offer at William Hill at odds of 22/1 and also Brandt Jobe and Vijay Singh at 25/1 to see if any of them could be in with a chance of being placed or even possibly winning this golf tournament this year!