Abraham Ancer enters play in the 2021 Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial Country Club with +1600 odds to win after an eighth-place finish in the PGA Championship at The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort May 20-23 in his last tournament.
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Abraham Ancer odds for the Charles Schwab Challenge
Ancer’s recent form
- This week, Ancer will look for his fourth straight top-10 finish while also trying to extend his streak of four straight top-20 finishes.
- Ancer will seek to qualify for the weekend for the ninth straight event.
- Ancer has finished in the top 10 three times over his last five appearances, finishing as high as the top five in two of those outings.
- Ancer has finished within three shots of the leader in one of his last five appearances. Over that span, he’s finished within five shots of the winner three times and finished with a better-than-average score four times.
- He has finished with an average score of -6 those five times he’s made the cut.
Charles Schwab Challenge details
- Date: May 27-30, 2021
- Location: Fort Worth, TX
- Course: Colonial Country Club
- Par: 70 / 7,209 yards
- Purse: 7.5M
- Defending Champ: Daniel Berger
Course history: Ancer at the Charles Schwab Challenge
- Ancer has one top-20 finish in his last two trips to this tournament. His average finishing position over that span is 36th.
- In his most recent two attempts at this event, he’s made the cut every time.
- Ancer last played this event in 2020 and finished 14th. He carded scores in two rounds that were among the five best of the day his last time here.
- He’ll be making his fourth appearance at Colonial Country Club since 2015.
- In Ancer’s last three events at this course, he has finished in the top 20 once. His average finish at the course is 41st.
- Ancer made the cut in each of his last three attempts at this course.
Course comparison – Colonial Country Club
- Over the past year, the Tour has played on courses with an average length of 7,320 yards, which is 111 yards longer than the 7,209-yard par 70 for this week’s event.
- Over the last year, PGA Tour stops have seen an average score of -5.0, while Colonial Country Club has a recent scoring average of -2.5.
- Ancer will take to the 7,209-yard course this week at Colonial Country Club after having played courses with an average length of 7,312 yards over the past year.
- Events he’s played over the past year have seen players average a score of -4.2 relative to par. That’s lower than this course, which has a scoring average of -2.5.
Historical player and course insights reflect data from the 2014-15 PGA season to present.
Abraham Ancer 2021 results
|May 20-23||PGA Championship||8||74-72-76-65 (-1)||$263,000|
|May 6- 9||Wells Fargo Championship||2||69-70-70-66 (-9)||$882,900|
|April 29 – May 2||Valspar Championship||5||67-70-66-69 (-12)||$282,900|
|April 15-18||RBC Heritage||18||69-66-70-70 (-9)||$87,584|
|April 8-11||Masters Tournament||26||75-69-75-70 (+1)||$79,925|
|April 1- 4||Valero Texas Open||23||72-73-69-70 (-4)||$65,285|
|March 11-14||THE PLAYERS Championship||22||72-70-68-73 (-5)||$135,964|
|February 25-28||WGC-Workday Championship at The Concession||18||71-66-70-74 (-7)||$125,500|
|February 18-21||The Genesis Invitational||MC||71-73||$0|
|January 21-24||The American Express||5||69-65-73-66 (-15)||$247,900|
|January 14-17||Sony Open in Hawaii||MC||69-68||$0|
|January 7-10||Sentry Tournament of Champions||17||70-71-69-66 (-16)||$92,000|
Here’s a breakdown of Ancer’s eighth-place finish in his most recent outing at the PGA Championship (The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort, May 20-23).
|Round||Score||Under Par||Bogey Free||Under AVG||Strokes Off Round Leader||Round Rank|
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