Four Canadians will compete in the Bermuda Championship starting on Thursday, Oct. 29 through Sunday, Nov. 1. The event is the latest part of the PGA Tour and will be held at Port Royal Golf Course in Southampton, Bermuda.
Brendan Todd won this event in 2019 with a final score of -24, and he will return to the course to defend last year’s victory.
Canadian golfers among the competitors include David Hearn, Michael Gligic, Roger Sloan and Graham DeLaet. Let’s get to know a little more about each of them before checking out their latest odds.
Canadian golfers in the field
Hearn finished in a tie for eighth place in the Bermuda Championship in 2019 with a final score of -15. He will start out at hole No. 10 starting at 12:05 p.m. ET. He will get started alongside Jhonattan Vegas and Ricky Barnes.
The Bermuda Championship kicks off today at the Port Royal Golf Course – the first to welcome onsite spectators. Last year, Canadian David Hearn, tied for 8th with -15.
— Beechwood Golf & Social House (@beechwoodgolf) October 29, 2020
Hearn is ranked No. 529 in the Official World Golf Ranking.
Gligic placed in a tie for 53rd in 2019 after scoring a -4 throughout the tournament. He will begin his round at 8:05 a.m. ET at hole No. 1 with Wes Roach and John Oda.
Gligic checks in at 468th in the Official World Golf Ranking.
Sloan competed in this event last season and finished in a tie for 41st at -7. He will start Thursday’s action on the first hole at 12:35 p.m. ET with Rhein Gibson and Eric Dugas.
Sloan is No. 347 in the Official World Golf Ranking.
DeLaet failed to make the cut in the Bermuda Championship in 2019. He exited after the second round, finishing with a +3 score. He will start his round fairly early with a 7:45 a.m. ET tee time with Fabian Gomez and Bo Hoag on hole No. 10.
DeLaet is not featured in the Official World Golf Ranking.
Bermuda Championship Betting odds
Sports bettors have plenty of options to choose from if they decide to place some action on the Bermuda Championship this weekend. All odds are via a popular United States sportsbook.
According to the oddsmakers, the top five betting favorites to win the Bermuda Championship include Will Zalatoris (+1150) at the top of the list, followed by Brendon Todd (+1400) and Harold Varner III (+2000) with Emiliano Grillo (+2500) and Doc Redman (+2500) rounding out the top five.
Among the Canadian golfers, Hearn has the best odds to win the Bermuda Championship checking in with the 50th best odds at +10000. Gligic and Sloan are tied with the 58th best odds in the field at +12500, while DeLaet is tied for 98th with +40000 odds to win.
Round 1 winner
The sportsbook is offering odds on which golfer will be the top golfer after Thursday’s first round, and the top five is the same as the tournament winner, though the order is different. Zalatoris remains the favorite at +2200 with Todd at +2500, Varner III (+3300), Redman (+3500) and Grillo (+4000).
Among the Canadians, Hearn is at +8000 to come in first place after Thursday’s action with Gligic and Sloan at +9000 and DeLaet at +15000.
Other tournament lines
In addition to choosing which golfer will win the tournament, bettors may wager on where each golfer may finish whether it’s in the top five, top 10, top 20, top 30 or top 40. Here are the odds listed for the Canadians.
Top 5: Hearn’s odds are listed at +1800 with Gligic behind him at +2000 and Sloan at +2200. DeLaet checks in at +6600.
Top 10: Hearn has +900 odds to finish within the top 10 with Gligic and Sloan at +1100. DeLaet is at +3300.
Top 20: To finish inside the top 20, Hearn is listed at +400 with Gligic and Sloan at +450, followed by DeLaet at +1200.
Top 30: Hearn has +200 odds to finish within the top 30 with Gligic and Sloan at +2250 and DeLaet rounding out the group at +500.
Top 40: In the final category for gamblers to bet on, Hearn has +125 odds to crack the top 40 with Gligic and Sloan at +138. DeLaet has +335 odds.
Tournament props are available for gamblers to bet on
To be decided by a playoff
- Yes +400
- No -715
To be decided by a three-man playoff
- Yes +1200
- No -10000
To be decided by a four-man playoff
- Yes +6600
Winner to play in final first tee grouping in Round 4
- Yes -225
- No +163
- One stroke +225
- Four strokes or more +300
- Two strokes +350
- After a playoff +400
- Three strokes +600
Wire to wire winner
- Yes +1200
- No -10000
The sportsbook listed odds for which Canadian golfer will finish the best among the group.
- David Hearn +175
- Michael Gligic +200
- Roger Sloan +225
- Graham DeLaet +550