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Zurich Classic 2021 odds: Jon Rahm and Ryan Palmer are co-favorites to defend their 2019 title

Chris Graythen

April 19, 2021

One of the golf schedule’s casualties in 2020 was the Zurich Classic, and it was a shame, because this has become one of the most fun weeks of the year on tour. Players get to choose their teammates in this two-player format.

The Zurich Classic will be played across four days with a fourball format (best ball) on Thursday and Saturday and foursomes (alternate shot) on Friday and Sunday. It’s just the fourth year of the team format with past champions including Jon Rahm and Ryan Palmer (2019); Billy Horschel and Scott Piercy (2018) and Cameron Smith and Jonas Blixt (2017). The Rahm/Palmer team is in tact for 2021, whereas Horschel, Piercy and Smith all have new partners (Blixt is not in the field).

Here are all 80 teams currently in the 2021 Zurich Classic with odds on all of them to win.

Odds courtesy of William Hill (as of Monday at 12 p.m., eastern):

Jon Rahm/Ryan Palmer: +750 (bet $10 to win $75)

Xander Schauffele/Patrick Cantlay: +750

Cameron Smith/Marc Leishman: 11-1

Collin Morikawa/Matthew Wolff: 14-1

Tony Finau/Cameron Champ: 14-1

Bubba Watson/Scottie Scheffler: 14-1

Chris Kirk/Brendon Todd: 20-1

Billy Horschel/Sam Burns: 25-1

Danny Willett/Tyrrell Hatton: 25-1

Branden Grace/Harold Varner III: 28-1

Justin Rose/Henrik Stenson: 30-1

Max Homa/Talor Gooch: 33-1

Dylan Frittelli/Kevin Streelman: 33-1

Keegan Bradley/Brendan Steele: 33-1

Louis Oosthuizen/Charl Schwartzel: 33-1

Viktor Hovland/Kris Ventura: 35-1

Sungjae Im/Byeong Hun An: 40-1

Joel Dahmen/Lanto Griffin: 45-1

Lucas Glover/Chez Reavie: 45-1

Doug Ghim/Justin Suh: 50-1

Scott Brown/Kevin Kisner: 50-1

Roberto Castro/Cameron Tringale: 50-1

Thomas Pieters/Tom Lewis: 50-1

Charley Hoffman/Nick Watney: 50-1

Wyndham Clark/Erik Van Rooyen: 55-1

Graeme McDowell/Matt Wallace: 55-1

Alex Noren/Henrik Norlander: 60-1

Russell Knox/Brian Stuard: 66-1

Michael Thompson/Will Gordon: 66-1

Jason Kokrak/Pat Perez: 66-1

J.J. Spaun/Matt Jones: 70-1

Martin Laird/Nick Taylor: 70-1

Maverick McNealy/Joseph Bramlett: 80-1

Richy Werenski/Peter Uihlein: 80-1

Brandt Snedeker/Keith Mitchell: 80-1

Tom Hoge/Beau Hossler: 100-1

Matthew NeSmith/Chase Seiffert: 100-1

K.H. Lee/Kyle Stanley: 100-1

David Hearn/Seamus Power: 100-1

Doc Redman/Sam Ryder: 100-1

Rasmus Hojgaard/Vaughn Taylor: 125-1

Scott Piercy/Akshay Bhatia: 125-1

Tyler Duncan/Adam Schenk: 125-1

Troy Merritt/Robert Streb: 125-1

Chesson Hadley/Ben Martin: 125-1

Sepp Straka/Josh Teater: 125-1

Andrew Landry/Austin Cook: 125-1

Brice Garnett/Scott Stallings: 125-1

J.B. Holmes/Robert Garrigus: 125-1

Jhonattan Vegas/Andres Romero: 125-1

Jason Dufner/Dominic Bozzelli: 150-1

Xinjan Zhang/C.T. Pan: 150-1

Roger Sloan/Aaron Baddeley: 150-1

Andrew Putnam/Scott Harrington: 150-1

Kelly Kraft/Kevin Tway: 150-1

Greg Chalmers/Cameron Percy: 175-1

Brandon Hagy/Michael Kim: 175-1

Mark Hubbard/Sebastian Cappelen: 175-1

Charlie Beljan/Matt Every: 175-1

Martin Trainer/James Hahn: 175-1

Ryan Blaum/Jonathan Byrd: 200-1

Bo Hoag/Wes Roach: 200-1

Rob Oppenheim/Grayson Murray: 200-1

Michael Gligic/Vincent Whaley: 200-1

Harry Higgs/Max Gellerman: 200-1

Peter Malnati/Chris Baker: 200-1

Robby Shelton/Kramer Hickok: 200-1

Hank Lebioda/Bronson Burgoon: 225-1

Danny Lee/Sangmoon Bae: 250-1

Rafael Campos/Mark Anderson: 250-1

Kevin Stadler/Johnson Wagner: 250-1

K.J. Choi/Sung Kang: 250-1

Rhein Gibson/Ben Taylor: 250-1

Bo Van Pelt/Luke List: 250-1

Tim Wilkinson/George McNeill: 250-1

Bill Haas/Hunter Mahan: 300-1

Kiradech Aphibarnrat/Arjun Atwal: 300-1

Nelson Ledesma/Fabian Gomez: 300-1

D.J. Trahan/Ricky Barnes: 300-1

Woody Austin/Rocco Mediate: 1,000-1