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2021 Palmetto Championship odds, picks, predictions: Model that’s nailed best bets backs surprising long shot

The final tune-up for the U.S. Open takes place this week with the 2021 Palmetto Championship. Brooks Koepka enters this event with boom-or-bust performances over his last four tournaments as he’s finished runner-up twice and missed the cut in the other two events. Due to surgery and rehab, Koepka has played only eight rounds of competitive golf since March and he’s one of two top-10 ranked golfers in the 2021 Palmetto Championship field. The other is World No. 1, Dustin Johnson, who grew up about two hours away from Congaree Golf Club in Ridgeland, S.C.

Koepka and Johnson are both listed at 8-1 in the latest 2021 Palmetto Championship odds per William Hill Sportsbook. No other golfers come in with odds of 15-1 or shorter, but Englishman Tyrrell Hatton is third on the Palmetto Championship 2021 odds board at 16-1. Long shots to consider include Danny Willett (60-1), Jason Dufner (125-1) and Padraig Harrington (125-1). Before locking in your 2021 Palmetto Championship picks, be sure to see the latest golf predictions and projected leaderboard from the proven computer model at SportsLine.

SportsLine’s proprietary model, built by DFS pro Mike McClure, has been red-hot since the PGA Tour resumed last June. In fact, it’s up over $9,500 on its best bets since the restart, nailing tournament after tournament.

At the Masters in April, McClure nailed Jon Rahm’s (+250) top-five finish, as well as Corey Conners’ (+550) top-10 showing. McClure’s best bets netted over $450 at the Masters.

In addition, McClure was all over Daniel Berger’s win at +1400 in his best bets at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in February. McClure also nailed Viktor Hovland’s (+2500) victory in the Mayakoba Golf Classic in December. That was one of many huge calls he’s made in the past several months.

This same model has nailed a whopping six majors entering the weekend. Anyone who has followed it has seen massive returns.

Now that the 2021 Palmetto Championship field is locked, SportsLine simulated the event 10,000 times, and the results were surprising. Head to SportsLine now to see the projected 2021 Palmetto Championship leaderboard.

The model’s top 2021 Palmetto Championship predictions 

One major surprise the model is calling for at the 2021 Palmetto Championship: Koepka, who is coming off a runner-up finish at the PGA Championship and is one of the Vegas co-favorites, comes up short and doesn’t win. The four-time major winner has missed the cut in two out of his last three events since having knee surgery in March.

Koepka has missed five cuts this PGA Tour season, which already ties a career-high for him. Much of those struggles can be pointed to his work off the tee as Koepka’s driving accuracy percentage (55.11) ranks 169th on tour. That hole in his game will become glaring at Congaree Golf Club whose holes are routed between hundreds of large oak trees. There are also many natural hazards that line the course so accuracy will be paramount to success, and Koepka lacks that.

Another surprise: Lucas Glover, a massive 45-1 long shot, makes a strong run at the title. He’s a target for anyone looking for a huge payday. After missing the cut in three of his first five events of the 2020-21 PGA Tour season, Glover has been playing much better over the past few months.

He’s recorded three top-10 finishes since December, highlighted by a fourth-place finish at the Valero Texas Open in April and a T-8 performance at the Charles Schwab Classic two weeks ago. He’s in the top 60 on the PGA Tour in total strokes gained, scoring average and total birdies. In a top-heavy field, Glover brings strong value for 2021 Palmetto Championship bets. 

How to make 2021 Palmetto Championship picks

The model is also targeting a massive long shot higher than 50-1 in its best bets. Anyone who backs this underdog could hit it big. You can only see it here.

So who will win the Palmetto Championship 2021? And which long shot stuns the golfing world? Check out the odds below and then visit SportsLine to see the projected 2021 Palmetto Championship leaderboard, all from the model that’s nailed six golf majors and is up over $9,500 since the restart.

2021 Palmetto Championship odds

Dustin Johnson 8-1
Brooks Koepka 8-1
Tyrrell Hatton 16-1
Matthew Fitzpatrick 18-1
Sungjae Im 20-1
Tommy Fleetwood 20-1
Harris English 28-1
Branden Grace 28-1
Keith Mitchell 35-1
Garrick Higgo 35-1
Brandt Snedeker 40-1
Patton Kizzire 40-1
Alex Noren 40-1
Ian Poulter 40-1
Lucas Glover 45-1
Kevin Kisner 50-1
Harold Varner 50-1
Danny Willett 60-1
Jhonattan Vegas 60-1
Doc Redman 60-1
Russell Knox 60-1
Ben Martin 66-1
C.T. Pan 66-1
Rafa Cabrera Bello 66-1
Martin Laird 66-1
Scott Stallings 70-1
Luke List 80-1
Matthew NeSmith 80-1
Pat Perez 80-1
Vincent Whaley 80-1
Erik Van Rooyen 90-1
Bo Hoag 90-1
Richy Werenski 100-1
David Lipsky 100-1
Scott Piercy 100-1
Camilo Villegas 100-1
Patrick Rodgers 100-1
J.T. Poston 100-1
Rory Sabbatini 100-1
Peter Uihlein 100-1
Seamus Power 100-1
Nate Lashley 100-1
Sepp Straka 100-1
Vaughn Taylor 125-1
Wilco Nienaber 125-1
Bronson Burgoon 125-1
Sung-Hoon Kang 125-1
Nick Taylor 125-1
Jason Dufner 125-1
Henrik Norlander 125-1
Hank Lebioda 125-1
Tom Lewis 125-1
Byeong Hun An 125-1
Satoshi Kodaira 125-1
Padraig Harrington 125-1
Brian Stuard 150-1
Kevin Chappell 150-1
Andrew Putnam 150-1
J.J. Spaun 150-1
Adam Schenk 150-1
Joseph Bramlett 150-1
Tyler Duncan 150-1
James Hahn 150-1
Roger Sloan 150-1
Mark Hubbard 150-1
John Huh 150-1
Will Gordon 150-1
John Pak 150-1
Robby Shelton 150-1
Brice Garnett 150-1
Kramer Hickok 150-1
Davis Thompson 150-1
Danny Lee 150-1
Xinjun Zhang 175-1
Tyler McCumber 175-1
Chez Reavie 175-1
Luke Donald 200-1
Chesson Hadley 200-1
Chase Seiffert 200-1
Scott Brown 200-1
Beau Hossler 200-1
Cole Hammer 200-1
Josh Teater 200-1
Cameron Percy 200-1
Rob Oppenheim 200-1
Sam Ryder 200-1
Sean O’Hair 200-1
Wes Roach 200-1
Michael Gligic 250-1
Peter Malnati 250-1
Ted Potter 250-1
Anirban Lahiri 250-1
Rafael Campos 250-1
D.J. Trahan 250-1
Grayson Murray 250-1
J.B. Holmes 250-1
Brian Gay 250-1
Scott Harrington 300-1
Fabian Gomez 300-1
Bryson Nimmer 300-1
Andres Romero 300-1
Aaron Baddeley 300-1
Roberto Castro 300-1
Kiradech Aphibarnrat 300-1
Austin Cook 300-1
Kevin Tway 300-1
Mark Anderson 300-1
Ryan Armour 300-1
Kris Ventura 300-1
David Hearn 300-1
Hudson Swafford 300-1
Nelson Ledesma 300-1
Bo Van Pelt 300-1
Shawn Stefani 350-1
Zack Sucher 350-1
Lucas Bjerregaard 350-1
Johnson Wagner 350-1
David Lingmerth 350-1
Ryan Brehm 350-1
Rhein Gibson 400-1
Michael Gellerman 400-1
Greg Chalmers 400-1
Arjun Atwal 500-1
Hunter Mahan 500-1
Jonas Blixt 500-1
Jonathan Byrd 500-1
Derek Ernst 500-1
Ryan Blaum 500-1
Nick Watney 500-1
Bill Haas 500-1
Smylie Kaufman 500-1
Sebastian Cappelen 500-1
Cody Blick 500-1
Robert Garrigus 750-1
Matt Every 750-1
Ben Taylor 750-1
Ricky Barnes 750-1
George McNeill 750-1
Kevin Stadler 750-1
Michael Kim 750-1
Dominic Bozzelli 750-1
Chris Baker 1000-1
Broc Everett 1000-1
Charlie Beljan 1000-1
Jim Knous 1000-1
D.A. Points 1000-1
Martin Trainer 1000-1
William McGirt 1000-1
Brant Peaper 1000-1
Harrison Frazar 1000-1
J.J. Henry 1000-1
Tain Lee 1000-1
John Rollins 1500-1
Richard S. Johnson 1500-1
Parker McLachlin 1500-1
Kelly Mitchum 1500-1 



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