The Honda Classic PGA Tour which is running from the 22nd to the 25th of February 2018 is being held at the PGA National Resort and Spa on the Champion Course, and with a purse valued at $6,600,000 there are plenty of golfers who have their eye on that purse and will be hoping to win a share of it!
There are also going to be plenty of golf fans who are also hoping to cash in on that event by placing all manner of different bets and wagers on the golfer they think is going to win it or reach a high place on the final ranking once the event ends.
You can bet on the outright winner of course or place a two part bet known as an each way bet and by doing the latter your first part of the bet will be an outright winner bet on your chosen golfer, but the second part of an each bet on the Honda Classic PGA Tour will be a winning one if your chosen golfer finishes in one of the top positions.
If you do fancy placing an each way bet on this year’s Honda Classic then make sure you do your research for most betting sites will be offering you a different number of places that they will pay out on the place section to that bet and will offer a different percentage of the win odds on those bets too.
For reference I have come across a small number of betting sites that are going to give you a fifth of the win odds if your golfer finishes in the top six positions in this event, and as such they are the ones you should be tracking down, if an each way bet does appeal to you.
No Strong Favourite to Win the Honda Classic
I do know that most sports bettors and those actively seeking to place a bet on who they think is likely to win the Honda Classic this year are going to place an outright winner bet, and as such there is no real firm favourite to win it, based on the early betting markets.
Rickie Fowler however does lead the betting markets and he is generally available at quite a lot of betting sites at odds of 8/1.
As you would expect both Rory McIlroy and Justin Thomas are high up on the betting markets and both of those two golfers have odds associated with them winning the Honda Classic this year currently of 11/1.
Sergio Garcia may just be a golfer you then has the sill and abilities to in this event and if so then maybe you should consider taking advantage of his current odds of 18/1, and with both Tyrrell Hatton and Tommy Fleetwood along with Gary Woodland all being currently on offer at 28/1 any of those three golfers may tempt you to place a bet on them based on those quite high outright winner odds!
Huge Odds Available on Golfers in the Honda Classic
Apart from those golfers listed above, the odds on the remaining ones in this event are huge, take for example Alex Noren his win odds are 33/1 and both Patrick Reed and Brian Harman are both on offer at some very large in odds of 35/1.
There are also no shortage of golfers whose win odds for this event are in three figures, and some of them who you may be interested in betting on who are all available at odds of 100/1 include J.B. Holmes, Grayson Murray, Ben Martin, Brian Gay , Chris Kirk, Shane Lowry and also Emiliano Grillo.
However, do consider pacing some well thought out each way bets on some of the golfers that may just get into one of the top positions for the win odds on some of them are even bigger that those already mentioned above.
Take for example Chris Stroud, Talor Gooch, Brice Garnett, Brian Stuard and also Blayne Barber, if you do fancy the chances of any of them then you can bag odds of a whopping 250/1, but you will need to place those bets quickly for if any of them do play up to their very best form their win odds will of course start to drop quite significantly!
A few other golfers to consider if you are not afraid of taking a few risks on your golfing related bets and agers include Bob Estes, Charlie Beljan and Jon Curran who are all at 750/1 and also Andrew Filbert whose win odds are massive at some 1000/1!