Futures Betting on the 2020 PGA Money List

If you are an experienced sports bettor that has something of a passion or betting on golf, then you will not need me to tell you that throughout the year there are always going to be a plethora of weird and wonderful betting opportunities and betting markets available to you.

You can of course bet on any golfer to win any golfer tournament he or she is taking part in or even back them each way and you can also back a player to score a whole in one and all manner of other betting opportunities will be available to you, dependent of course on which you place your best and wagers.

If you want to try and get the absolute maximum betting value when betting on  golf then the earlier you place your bets the better, as the future betting market are without a shadow of a doubt where the ultimate and very best betting value can always be secured.

With that in mind, today I am going to be taking a look at the 2020 PGA money list betting market as I am sure that plenty of you out there will be tempted to place a bet on one or more golfers that could end up winning the most money taking part in PGA tours next year, and two golfers that are worth backing early are Brooks Koepka at 5/2 and Rory McIlroy at 7/2.

Bet Each-Way If You Prefer

Before I give you an insight into just what odds are also available on many other golfers to be the ones that win the most money competing in PGA golf tournaments next year, also keep in mind that you can bet on any of them each-way if you like.

I would suggest that to ensure that you lock in the maximum betting value that you place such bets at betting sites or betting apps such as the one that Coral have available, as they are going to be offering one fifth of the win odds to four places.

Big Odds on All Other Golfers

Dustin Johnson and Justin Thomas at 9/1 both look very interesting bets, much more so if you are prepared to back either or even both of them each-way, for they both do have a very good chance of winning a fair old share of the prize money associated with each PGA tour next year.

Jon Rahm at 12/1 is another bet that is being offered at reasonable odds too, and there is a lot to be said for backing the likes of Patrick Cantlay and Xander Schauffele at 14/1 or even taking a chance with Justin Rose at 22/1 too.

If you are simply looking for the golfers that have some huge odds associated with them to place a few risky bets that may just pay off big style then consider backing golfers such as Bryson Dechambeau, Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler and Tiger Woods at 33/1 or even Tony Finau at 40/1 or take some even bigger risk backing golfers such as Hideki Matsuyama, Jason Day and Webb Simpson at 50/1.