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2021 Sony Open 1/14/21 - PGA Picks, Odds & Betting Predictions

The PGA Tour will stay in Hawaii for another week as the Sony Open will tee off at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu with the opening round on Thursday. This is the first event with a full field following last week’s Sentry Tournament of Champions that had a much smaller field. The defending Champion is Cameron Smith, who shot an 11-under par four-round total last year.

The biggest names in the world of golf will not be present for this week's tournament as they head back to the mainland to prepare for other upcoming events. However, players such as Collin Morikawa, Webb Simpson, Matt Kuchar, Daniel Berger, Marc Leishman, Tom Hoge, and Sungjae Im amongst others will play.  Last week's winner Harris English will look to continue his hot streak as well by teeing off on Thursday.

The Waialae Country Club is a 7,044-yard par 70 with fairways, rough and greens of Bermuda. The venue is one of the tour's oldest, dating back to 1927. There are only two par 5s on the 18-hole course as well as five par 4s that are over 450 yards in length. As is often the case, weather could be a factor due to rain and wind that would change the way the golfers must look at each shot.

Top 20 Odds 2021 Sony Open

  • Webb Simpson  +1200
  • Collin Morikawa   +1400
  • Harris English +1600
  • Patrick Reed   +1600
  • Daniel Berger +1800
  • Hideki Matsuyama   +2000
  • Joaquin Niemann  +2000
  • Sungjae Im  +2000
  • Cameron Smith +2800
  • Adam Scott    +3100
  • Kevin Kisner  +3100
  • Abraham Ancer +3100
  • Russell Henley   +3100
  • Ryan Palmer   +3400
  • Matt Kuchar   +3700
  • Billy Horschel  +3700
  • Sergio Garcia  +4000
  • Marc Leishman +4000
  • Zach Johnson +4000
  • Brendon Todd   +4500

Free Golf Pick:

Cameron Smith +2800

Cameron Smith (+2800) is in fine form entering this tournament. Last November Smith tied for second at the Masters, and over his last five appearances, the Australian has finished 24th, 2nd, 4th, 11th, and 24th. As they say, drive for show and putt for dough and putting will be an important factor in winning this event and Smith is one of the tour’s top putters. Final Pick, Cameron Smith +2800

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