Workday Charity Open 2020 odds: How do you handicap back-to-back weeks at Muirfield Village?

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Most of the world’s best players have returned after an off week in Detroit for the first of back-to-back events at Muirfield Village Golf Club.

The 2020 Workday Charity Open boasts seven of the top 15 players in the world, including last year’s winner of the Memorial Tournament, Patrick Cantlay (15-1), the favorite (Justin Thomas, 11-1), Jon Rahm (14-1) and Brooks Koepka (16-1). Other notable headliners include Hideki Matsuyama (14-1), Xander Schauffele (18-1), Justin Rose (25-1), Rickie Fowler (25-1), Patrick Reed (33-1), Jordan Spieth (40-1), Phil Mickelson (70-1), and last week’s runner-up, Matthew Wolff (60-1).

Bryson DeChambeau will sit out this week after capturing his first victory of the season as the overwhelming favorite (6-1). Parity returns this week, as there are nine players with odds between 11-1 and 25-1.

It’s reasonable to look at past results from the Memorial Tournament, which you’ll be able to use in consecutive weeks, in addition to adding data from this week’s event when handicapping next week’s Memorial Tournament, a nice bonus for anyone who loves having as much predictive data. Here’s the full list of odds for the 2020 Workday Charity Open.

Workday Charity Open 2020 Odds (BetMGM):

Matthew Fitzpatrick: 50-1

Charles Howell III: 200-1

Sebastian Cappelen: 500-1

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