Bermuda Championship Odds, Prediction, and Betting Preview

Mito Pereira is one of the top newcomers on the PGA Tour this season.
Mito Pereira is one of the top newcomers on the PGA Tour this season. / Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

From one ocean to the other, the PGA Tour heads to Bermuda for the Bermuda Championship, just one week after the Zozo Championship in Japan.

As is usually the case for this event, the field is amongst one of the weakest on the PGA Tour’s schedule, but that usually means there’s a handful of interesting long shot bets that hold value.

Let’s take a look at the top 15 odds to win the Bermuda Championship, courtesy of WynnBET Sportsbook.

Odds to Win the Bermuda Championship

  • Matthew Fitzpatrick +1000
  • Christiaan Bezuidenhout +1200
  • Patrick Reed +1600
  • Mito Pereira +2000
  • Hayden Buckley +2500
  • Seamus Power +2800
  • Adam Hadwin +3000
  • Danny Willett +3000
  • Matthias Schwab +3300
  • Chad Ramey +3500
  • Sahith Theegala +3500
  • Denny McCarthy +4000
  • Guido Migliozzi +4000
  • David Lipsky +5000
  • Garrick Higgo +5000

How to Handicap Port Royal Golf Course

This is the third year of the Bermuda Championship held at Port Royal Golf Course, so we have two years of results to look at, but just like other international events, we have no ShotLink data to go off of which makes it hard to know what part of the game is most important.

What we do know is that fairways are slightly tougher to hit at Port Royal than the average PGA Tour course. Much like last week’s Zozo Championship, we’re going to value accuracy and ball striking capability over distance and power. With the Bermuda greens running at an 11 on the stimpmeter, we’re also going to put a little bit more value into the short game.

Five Key Stats for Bermuda Championship

  • Driving Accuracy
  • Ball Striking
  • Strokes gained: Approach the Green
  • Strokes gained: Around-the-Green
  • Strokes gained: Putting

Bermuda Championship Picks and Predictions

Mito Pereira +2000

One of the hottest new names on the PGA Tour is Mito Pereira. With three wins in the 2020-21 Korn Ferry Tour season, Pereira earned an automatic PGA Tour card. He already has a top five finish, finishing in third place at the Fortinet Championship in September.

While it’s still very early in the season and most of the top guys have played in one event at the most, Pereira ranks second in both strokes gained: tee-to-green and strokes gained: approach the green and first in ball striking. With this week being a less-than-stellar field, it’s the perfect time for the Chilean to get his first professional win.

Matthias Schwab +3300

American golf fans and bettors may not be as familiar with Austrian Matthias Schwab, but he’s one of the best young golfers coming out of Europe. With a T15 finish at last week’s Andalucia Masters event across the pond, he’s rounding into form at the right time to get his first professional win at the Bermuda Championship.

He ranks T24 in driving accuracy and 17th in ball striking heading into this week’s tournament, so his style of play should fit Port Royal Golf Course well. As an added cherry on top, he's also second in strokes gained: putting.

Harry Hall +6000

Much like Mito Pereira, Harry Hall is another Korn Ferry Tour graduate who will be competing this week. He's only competed in one PGA Tour event in the early season, and it results in a T8 finish for the 24-year old Englishman.

A big part of his success at the Shriners Children's Open was due to his flat stick, as he ranks fifth in strokes gained: putting heading into the Bermuda Championship. He's a fantastic dark horse bet this week at +6000.

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