Odds To Win The Memorial 2015

The young phenom Jordan Spieth is the odds-on favorite to win the Memorial Tournament this year, at 13/2. That’s an implied probability of winning of 13%. I wouldn’t take that bet. As talented as he is, Spieth looked a little tired to me at last week’s Byron Nelson. He missed a lot of short and medium putts and ended up on a tie for 30th, eleven shots out of the lead.

Dustin Johnson is second at 12/1, or an effective 7.6% chance of winning. Johnson finished T8 last week at the Byron Nelson. This guy is a remarkable talent, who should be able to take a page from Tiger’s playbook and bomb it around the course’s relatively wide fairways.

Last year’s winner, Hideki Matsuyama is in at 18/1. He’s proven he can win there, and it’s a course that somehow favors repeat winners: Tiger x 5, Kenny Perry x 3, Hale Irwin, Tom Watson, Greg Norman and Jack Nicklaus, twice each.

At 20/1, or an effective 4.75% chance are the duo of Justin Rose and Rickie Fowler. Both are solid bets in my mind. I continue to believe that it is only a matter of time before Rickie starts to reel of a series of wins.

Finally at the top of the board, we have Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson each at 22/1. You can’t rule Tiger out here. The Memorial is one of six courses that comprise half of Tiger’s career victories. If he has any game left at all, he will at least contend at The Memorial.

The complete list of odds to win the 2015 Memorial follow:

PlayerOdds
Jordan Spieth13/2 
Dustin Johnson12/1 
Hideki Matsuyama18/1 
Justin Rose20/1 
Rickie Fowler20/1 
Phil Mickelson22/1 
Tiger Woods22/1 
Jason Day25/1 
Jim Furyk25/1 
Matt Kuchar25/1 
Chris Kirk28/1 
Bill Haas33/1 
Kevin Kisner33/1 
Billy Horschel40/1 
Kevin Na40/1 
Patrick Reed40/1 
Brooks Koepka45/1 
Gary Woodland50/1 
Jason Dufner50/1 
Justin Thomas50/1 
Keegan Bradley50/1 
Ben Martin55/1 
Russell Henley55/1 
Ryan Moore55/1 
Steve Stricker66/1 
Brendon Todd75/1 
Daniel Berger75/1 
Charl Schwartzel80/1 
Francesco Molinari80/1 
Graham Delaet80/1 
Harris English80/1 
Marc Leishman80/1 
Nick Watney80/1 
Pat Perez80/1 
Robert Streb80/1 
Steven Bowditch80/1 
Tommy Fleetwood80/1 
Tony Finau80/1 
Cameron Tringale90/1 
George Mcneill90/1 
Rory Sabbatini90/1 
Sean O'Hair90/1 
Shawn Stefani90/1 
Brendan Steele100/1 
Brendon De Jonge100/1 
Jason Bohn100/1 
Jason Kokrak100/1 
Kevin Chappell100/1 
Morgan Hoffman100/1 
Russell Knox100/1 
Bo Van Pelt125/1 
Charles Howell III125/1 
Chesson Hadley125/1 
Danny Lee125/1 
David Hearn125/1 
George Coetzee125/1 
John Peterson125/1 
John Senden125/1 
K.J. Choi125/1 
Kevin Streelman125/1 
Matt Every125/1 
Matt Jones125/1 
Patrick Rodgers125/1 
Scott Brown125/1 
Andy Sullivan150/1 
Colt Knost150/1 
Daniel Summerhays150/1 
Ernie Els150/1 
John Huh150/1 
Martin Laird150/1 
Ryo Ishikawa150/1 
William Mcgirt150/1 
Carlos Ortiz175/1 
Scott Piercy175/1 
Scott Stallings175/1 
Stewart Cink175/1 
Erik Compton200/1 
Hudson Swafford200/1 
Jeff Overton200/1 
Jim Herman200/1 
Sangmoon Bae200/1 
Thomas Aiken200/1 
Troy Merritt200/1 
Vijay Singh200/1 
Will Mackenzie200/1 
Zac Blair200/1 
Adam Hadwin250/1 
Alex Cejka250/1 
Ben Curtis250/1 
Cameron Smith250/1 
Camilo Villegas250/1 
Carl Pettersson250/1 
Chris Stroud250/1 
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano250/1 
James Hahn250/1 
Kenny Perry250/1 
Kyle Reifers250/1 
Lucas Glover250/1 
Retief Goosen250/1 
Seung-yul Noh250/1 
Brian Stuard300/1 
David Lingmerth300/1 
Jonathan Byrd300/1 
Ken Duke300/1 
Michael Putnam300/1 
Nick Taylor300/1 
D.A. Points350/1 
Greg Chalmers350/1 
Jason Gore350/1 
Richard Sterne350/1 
Scott Langley350/1 
Andres Gonzales400/1 
Andrew Putnam400/1 
Andrew Svoboda400/1 
Sam Saunders400/1 
Steve Wheatcroft400/1 
Justin Leonard500/1 
Gunn Yang750/1 
Bradley Neil1000/1 
Tim Crouch1000/1 
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