Wyndham Championship Odds | Sedgefield Country Club Betting Guide

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This year’s Wyndham Championship will take place Thursday, August 3 through Sunday, August 6 at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, North Carolina. Tom Kim announced himself onto the world golf scene with his first career PGA TOUR victory in this event last year but he will not participate in 2023 as he is nursing an ankle injury. Hideki Matsuyama (+1800) and Si Woo Kim (+2000) are the betting favorites. Below we will provide a betting guide for the 2023 contest, which will include Wyndham Championship odds as soon as they are posted by top sportsbooks.


Wyndham Championship odds have been posted by top sportsbooks. Hideki Matsuyama (+1800) is the favorite to win outright.

The field for the 2023 Wyndham Championship will be officially announced on Friday, July 28. Until then, here are the golf odds for John Haslbauer’s projected favorites a month out from the event.

  • Sungjae Im +1200
  • Tom Kim +1400
  • Russell Henley +1500
  • Kevin Kisner +2000
  • Tyrrell Hatton +2000
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Sedgefield Country Club

Sedgefield Country Club is your prototypical positional golf course, which rewards players for hitting fairways and penalizes any wayward tee shots with thick rough and tricky angles from tight tree lines. With a heavy concentration of par-4s under 450 yards, players who are dialed in with their wedges and short irons have repeatedly found success at this event. Moreover, the most skilled long-term putters have proven to separate from the field on these tricky Donald Ross greens.

In terms of course history, Sungjae Im, Webb Simpson, Kevin Na, Russell Henley, and Patrick Reed highlight the list of players who have repeatedly played well here, suggesting a strong correlation from players with proven success on short, positional courses with a long term pedigree of elite putting on Bermuda greens.

Traits And Recent Notable Facts

A similar story to what we just saw at last week’s Rocket Mortgage Championship, Sedgefield CC provides an easy layout that should produce a winning score near -20 and reward the player who catches the hottest putter. Compared to other PGA TOUR courses, Sedgefield CC has ranked as the easiest course for SG: APP every year since 2015. Elite iron players should unload on these pins for birdie opportunities. But average iron players can still manage spike approach weeks. 

With angular, more narrow fairways than TOUR average and tricky Bermuda rough, there is a large emphasis on keeping the ball in the fairway. That has drastically mitigated any advantage from longer hitters, with forced layups throughout. Sedgefield CC has routinely ranked top 10 in scoring difficulty from outside the fairway. Plodders who can remain in control of their ball off the tee should have a leg up on the field.


  • Yards: 7,131
  • Par: 70 (4x 3s / 12x 4s / 2x 5s)
  • Greens: Bermuda (Fast)
  • Average Green Size: 6,000 sq. ft. (Above-average)
  • Fairway Width: 29 Yards (Very narrow)
  • Rough: 2.5″ Bermuda (Average)
  • Architect: Donald Ross (Renovation by Kris Spence in 2007)
  • Historic Cut Line: -2
  • Comp Courses: Waialae CC, Colonial CC, Detroit GC, Harbour Town, East Lake, Sea Island Resort, TPC River Highlands
  • Hole-by-hole Breakdown:
Sedgefield CC (7,131 Yards)


When looking through the Wyndham Championship winners over the last 10 years, it’s notable that only one favorite (Henrik Stenson in 2017) has gone on to win this event. All other winners over that span have opened at 25-1 odds or longer, including six winners at 80-1 odds or longer. With the Wyndham Championship known to be a “Wedge Fest,” many players from the top to bottom of the field possess the skillsets needed to contend here, making for one of the most viable weeks of the year to bet on longshots.

The below table tracks consensus pre-tournament outright odds for the last 10 winners of the Wyndham Championship.

YearWinnerPre-Tournament OddsWinning ScoreField Median Score
2022Tom Kim+2500-20-7
2021Kevin Kisner+5500-15-8
2020Jim Herman+60000-21-8
2019JT Poston+10000-22-10
2018Brandt Snedeker+2800-21-10
2017Henrik Stenson+1400-22-8
2016Si Woo Kim+15000-21-9
2015Davis Love III+50000-17-9
2014Camilo Villegas+12500-17-8
2013Patrick Reed+8000-14-4

How To Bet The Wyndham Championship

The most basic way of betting the Wyndham Championship is picking the outright winner. However, choosing one player from the Wyndham Championship odds board can be challenging. Jim Herman, the 2020 winner, had 600-1 pre-tournament odds. Once the field is announced, consider factors like if a player has a history playing at Sedgefield Country Club and course conditions.

Expect to see a strong Wyndham Championship props menu as the event draws closer. Instead of betting the overall winner, you could pick the same player to turn in a top-10 finish. The odds will be shorter as a result of the golfer being able to finish eighth, ninth or 10th for the bet to pay out.