Butterfield Bermuda Championship odds 2022: A shocking solo favorite
After being treated to a rare, star-studded Fall Swing affair last week at the CJ Cup, golf fans' faith will be tested with this week's Butterfield Bermuda Championship, which, let's just say, is lacking in the brand-name department.
Hence why Denny McCarthy, who has never won a PGA Tour event and has just one career top-three finish, is the solo favorite at Port Royal Golf Course. No disrespect to McCarthy, one of if not the best putters on the planet, but him being 14-1 might have bettors scrolling down the odds board a bit before making their first click.
Right behind McCarthy are a pair of DP World Tour staples in Adrian Meronk and Thomas Detry, each at 18-1 on the DraftKings Sportsbook. Meronk, who picked up his first DP World Tour win in July at the Irish Open, is making just his fourth official PGA Tour start this week. For Detry, this will be his 16th, and his second in this event. Last year, the Belgian tied for 22nd in Bermuda.
Next up are Mark Hubbard and Seamus Power, both at 25-1, followed by a group of six names at 30-1 that includes Patrick Rodgers and Russell Knox. Brian Gay, who won this tournament in 2020, is all the way down at 200-1.
Here are the odds for every player in the field at the 2022 Butterfield Bermuda Championship: