- BetOnline and Bovada have Dustin Johnson (+700) favored to win the Valero Texas Open
- Justin Spieth (+1200) looks to finally be returning to form in recent weeks
- Charley Hoffman (+3000) won at TPC San Antonio in 2016 and placed runner-up twice
The Valero Texas Open is serving as a final tune up for next weekend’s The Masters Tournament. After struggling with his game in recent weeks, Dustin Johnson decided to enter the field late, and immediately became a heavy favorite (+700) as there is just one other top 20 player in the world rankings teeing off in San Antonio this week.
Let’s take a look at the latest Texas Open odds, and as always, please refer to our golf betting guide if you need any tips or advice.
Odds to Win 2021 Valero Texas Open
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Johnson and Spieth trending in opposite directions
Dustin Johnson (+700) hasn’t played at TPC San Antonio since 2015, but desperate times call for desperate measures. The 36-year-old’s game has been a mess in recent weeks. He lost ten shots to the field on the greens at the WGC-Workday Championship and lost nearly four shots approaching the greens at the Players Championship. Nowhere near the leaderboard in his recent rut, Johnson will need to get back on track in Texas if he is going to defend his green jacket.
Jordan Spieth (+1200) knows all about going ice cold, but the three-time major championship winner finally looks to be rounding into form after posting three top-five finishes in four starts and putting together a strong performance at the WGC Match Play event last week that saw him go undefeated in group play.
You don’t see this every day. 👀@JordanSpieth‘s drive on the 13th hole bounced off the cart path and rolled passed Patrick Cantlay as he was putting …
… on the 15th hole. pic.twitter.com/EbJ2gi2XNM
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) March 24, 2021
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Tony Finau (+1600) was mediocre at last week’s WGC-Match Play (1-1-1 in group play), but earlier in the year enjoyed a hot stretch where placed fourth followed by three straight runner-up finishes. The year 2021 hasn’t been kind to Hideki Matsuyama (+2000), who has failed to finish higher than a tie for fifteenth.
Corey Conners (+2200) will be defending his 2019 Texas Open title after last year’s event was cancelled, and the Canadian has been playing good golf recently, earning eight top-25s in the 2020-21 season, including three out of four before the Match Play.
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) March 26, 2021
If you’re looking for a couple longshots, Matt Kuchar (+5000) made it all the way to the WGC-Match Play semifinals and is a perfect seven-for-seven in making the cut in San Antonio with a fourth-place finish in 2014. Charley Hoffman (+3000) has enjoyed even more success on this course, winning the event in 2016 and finishing second twice (2011, 2019).
The Texas Open also boasts some star power in five-time major championship winner Phil Mickelson (+8000) and Rickie Fowler (+6600), but you shouldn’t feel comfortable betting on either at the moment.
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