How to Bet on the John Deere PGA Tour

I doubt it is going to take you very long to find some betting sites that will be offering you a range of different betting opportunities on this year’s John Deere PGA Golf Tournament, for there are plenty of ways you can bet on that event and more than enough golfers taking part in it too.

However, the simplest of bets you can place on any type of golf tournament is an outright winning bet on which you simply have to name the golfer that you think will win, and the odds are always higher on the early prices and ante post betting markets when you do wish to place such a bet.

You can also place an each-way bet on the John Deere or any other golf tournament, which is something that I would urge you to consider doing, especially at our top rated betting site that is Betfred as they go one fifth the win odds on golfers finishing in the first seven positions on the place part of such a bet!

If you are blissfully unaware of the finer details of the John Deere Golf Tournament then allow me to inform you that it is part of the PGA Tour and starts today and finished on the 15th of July and is played in Illinois!

Golfers Attracting the Most Money

All golf tournaments are going to attract plenty of money from punters, and the John Deere golf tournament will be doing too, and the golfers that many punters do fancy the chances of are Francesco Molinari at 9/1, Bryson Dechambeau at 10/1 and Zach Johnson at 12/1.

Joaquin Niemann at 14/1 and Steve Stricker at 18/1 are both value bets it does have to be said but there is also plenty of value to be mopped up currently if you do fancy the chances of Ryan Moore at 18/1, Chesson Hadley at 22/1 and Kyle Stanley at 25/1.

Best Ranked Outsiders

Now, the more each-way bets you place the greater your chances of getting a winning pay-out will become, but only if you place sensible bets and do not become obsessed with picking golfers will massive odds attaché dot them.

With that in mind Chris Kirk at 30/1, Austin Cook at 30/1 and Aaron Wise at 33/1 are very sensible bets to place as each of those golfer do have the skills and abilities to get placed in this event.

Wesley Bryan at 33/1, Patrick Rodgers at 40/1 and Andrew Landry at 40/1 may just sneak into a winning position however the same could be said for some of the other golfers with higher odds attached to them.

A few additional golfers to consider if you do fancy spreading the risk around are Scott Piercy at 45/1, Brian Gay at 45/1 and Chez Reavie at 45/1, David Lingmerth at 50/1 and also the talented Si-Woo Kim at 50/1 too.