Patton Kizzire Betting Odds And Insights For The 2021 Charles Schwab Challenge – May 27-30

Written By Staff on May 25, 2021

Patton Kizzire, who took third in the AT&T Byron Nelson at TPC Craig Ranch May 13-16 in his last tournament action, comes into the 2021 Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial Country Club with +10000 odds to win.

The betting insights in this article reflect betting data from DraftKings as of May 24, 2021, 6:18 PM ET. See table below for current betting odds and CLICK HERE to bet at DraftKings Sportsbook.

Patton Kizzire odds for the Charles Schwab Challenge

Kizzire’s recent form

  • Kizzire has qualified for the weekend three times in a row and will look to continue his streak this week.
  • Kizzire has finished in the top 10 twice over his last five appearances, finishing as high as the top five in one of those outings.
  • Out of the last five tournaments he’s entered, he made the cut four times.
  • Over his last five appearances, Kizzire has finished within five shots of the leader once. He’s carded a score that’s better than average twice.
  • In his last five appearances, his average score has been -5.8.

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: Kizzire at the Charles Schwab Challenge

  • Kizzire didn’t survive the cut and reach the third round in either of his last two trips to this event.
  • Kizzire finished below the cut line and did not qualify for the weekend in his most recent trip to this event in 2020.
  • He’ll be making his sixth appearance at Colonial Country Club since 2015.
  • Kizzire has an average finish of 64th over his last five trips to this course.
  • In his last five attempts at this course, he’s made the cut twice.

Course comparison – Colonial Country Club

  • This tournament will take place on a par 70 that clocks in at 7,209 yards, compared to the average 7,320 yards for Tour stops over the past year.
  • The average course on the PGA Tour over the past year has played to 70.03 strokes per round and a score of -5.0 compared to par. At Colonial Country Club, the scoring average is higher at -2.5 per tournament.
  • Kizzire will take to the 7,209-yard course this week at Colonial Country Club after having played courses with an average length of 7,263 yards over the past year.
  • The tournaments he’s played over the past year have seen an average score of -7.1. That’s lower than this course’s recent scoring average of -2.5.

Historical player and course insights reflect data from the 2014-15 PGA season to present.

Patton Kizzire 2021 results

Date Event Finish Score Earnings
May 13-16 AT&T Byron Nelson 3 69-64-71-63 (-21) $395,381
May 6- 9 Wells Fargo Championship 58 69-72-71-77 (+5) $18,063
April 29 – May 2 Valspar Championship 60 66-75-76-68 (+1) $15,387
April 15-18 RBC Heritage MC 74-69 $0
April 1- 4 Valero Texas Open 9 71-74-70-65 (-8) $209,825
March 18-21 The Honda Classic MC 71-72 $0
March 11-14 THE PLAYERS Championship 35 70-69-72-74 (-3) $73,125
March 4- 7 Arnold Palmer Invitational Pres. By Mastercard 57 76-69-73-75 (+5) $21,018
February 11-14 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am 39 69-70-76-69 (-4) $30,030
February 4- 7 Waste Management Phoenix Open 50 69-65-69-74 (-7) $18,323
January 21-24 The American Express 53 69-70-70-73 (-6) $16,147
January 14-17 Sony Open in Hawaii 7 64-69-65-64 (-18) $200,475

Last Tournament

Kizzire’s third-place finish in the AT&T Byron Nelson at TPC Craig Ranch, his last tournament appearance, is broken down on a round-by-round basis below.

Round Score Under Par Bogey Free Under AVG Strokes Off Round Leader Round Rank
1 69 Y Y N 6 77
2 64 Y Y Y 2 2
3 71 Y N N 8 48
4 63 Y N Y 0 1

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