Scottish Open Odds: Final Round PGA TOUR Golf Bets

Written By Tyler Duke | Last Updated
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The Scottish Open becoming a co-sanctioned event between the PGA TOUR and the DP World Tour has been a massive success for any golf fan around the world. The world’s best teeing it up for an extra start in the United Kingdom before The Open Championship is a win for everyone involved. Even if The Renaissance Club isn’t exactly a classical links course, it’s still provided an entertaining track with a style of golf that many of the top players don’t see outside of The Open. With high winds and rain becoming common for North Berwick during the Scottish Open, it’s been a perfect preview for the week ahead. The Scottish Open odds board shows a stacked leaderboard heading into the final round.

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Tournament Recap Through First Three Rounds

The threat of high winds and storms have lurked throughout The Renaissance Club since the week began in North Berwick. But the weather has mostly cooperated outside of tee times needing to be moved way up for both of the weekend rounds. That’s been a bit of a bummer for viewers in the U.S. considering it means a 5 a.m. tee time on the east coast for the leaders. But with storms and unplayable high winds expected in the afternoon on Sunday, it’s the right move considering players will be eager to get to Royal Liverpool for Open Championship preparation.

McIlroy star of the show in Scotland

Though he hasn’t been in the solo lead all week, Rory McIlroy has been a considerable favorite on the Scottish Open odds board since he stormed out of the gates on Thursday morning. The Northern Irishman has been in peak form with the driver carrying him around the course. The iron play has also been quite good, as he ranks 12th in the field in approach play. But the driver has paced the field with an outrageous 5.1 strokes gained through three rounds off the tee. The Renaissance Club is unique in that it uses a links feel, but it can certainly be approached with the bomb and gauge strategy through much of the course. Rory leads the field in distance but has also hit an impressive 24 fairways to sit T15 in accuracy.

Byeong Hun An actually held the first-round lead with a sparking 61, but he’s managed to play in just 1 under since Thursday to sit in a tie for 5th. McIlroy, meanwhile, has held both the 36-hole and 54-hole lead as he followed up his opening-round 64 with a 66 on Friday and 67 on Saturday.

Right behind him at 12 under and one shot back is Tom Kim. The breakout star from 2022 who put his name on the map with a 3rd place finish in this event last year has it going again in North Berwick.

Other big names lurk heading into the final round like Tommy Fleetwood (T3), Shane Lowry (T5), Scottie Scheffler (T5) and Max Homa (T10).

With very high winds expected on Sunday, we can expect plenty of opportunity for much of the field to get involved if scoring is difficult.

Final Round PGA TOUR Golf Bets To Consider

Winner: Shane Lowry

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With bad weather expected on Sunday, I can’t help but look to Shane Lowry in a decent spot to strike from just three shots behind. Lowry has long been considered someone who can play in the worst of conditions. His piercing ball flight does well in winds, and he doesn’t mind having to play in rain either. While McIlroy is scary from the lead, he’s someone who isn’t as inclined to perform in nastier stuff. Rory hits it incredibly high and typically performs best in optimal conditions.

Lowry has interestingly enough not hit the ball well this week. And that just makes me even more interested. The Irishman has been in lovely form this year with his ball striking as one of the better iron players in the world. With his short game clicking so far in North Berwick, we really just need one round of Lowry finding the ball striking and making a charge. Outside of Rory in the lead, there isn’t a ton of winning pedigree in front of Lowry, so an early charge would go a long way in getting him in a nice spot late in the round.

Winner: Scottie Scheffler

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Here we go again. It looks like it will be another finish inside the top 12 and another tournament where Scheffler gains more than five strokes ball striking. It’s truly one of the most impressive runs of golf we’ve ever seen outside of Tiger in terms of ball striking and consistent results. Unfortunately for Scheffler, the putter hasn’t cooperated which has led to just one win this year.

But nasty conditions is when the best ball strikers tend to come out … especially for someone like Scheffler who can flight the ball however he wants. The World No. 1 currently sits next to Lowry in a tie for fifth. He’s narrowly behind McIlroy to sit in second for ball striking through three rounds, but Scheffler is doing most of his damage with the irons again. But the putter has once again gone cold this week as he sits 59th with the flat stick.

In bad weather, I find ball striking to be much more important and some of the short game skills to be negated some. That makes me even more interested in the Texan to make a charge from just three shots behind and add another well-deserved trophy to his case.

Top-Five Finish: Max Homa

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Let’s go for one more bad weather player in Max Homa. We’ve seen him bring home a trophy before on a bad weather week at TPC Potomac, and he’s played well countless other times. Homa prefers a tough golf course, and he’s another player who flights the ball well when he needs to. But just like Lowry, Homa has oddly relied on his short game this week despite being known as a flusher generally. He’s lost strokes ball striking but still sits in a tie for 10th and four shots behind.

While I don’t even mind a longshot outright on Homa for the final round, I think a top five bet brings a ton of value. He’s currently just one shot off the pace for the top five, and his group of players at T10 is not overly strong. With a few other players like J.T. Poston, Eric Cole and Brian Harman ahead of Homa that I don’t really believe in with tough weather incoming, Homa is in a great spot to make up some ground and log a much-needed top finish.

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