Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Where Does Tiger Stand in Japan Skins Odds?

(WAGER) — The PGA Tour's first skins game in more than a decade will take place October 21 in Japan, following the CJ Cup tournament this weekend.

Four of the world's top players, including Tiger Woods and Rory McIlory, will square off in what is officially dubbed "The Challenge: Japan Skins" on October 21.

Oddsmakers at (Twitter: SportsBettingAG) have made McIlroy the favorite while native countryman Hideki Matsuyama has the second-lowest odds. Woods is third at 3/1 while Jason Day has the worst odds to win.

Japan Skins
- Rory McIlroy 2/1
- Hideki Matsuyama 5/2
- Tiger Woods 3/1
- Jason Day 7/2

In other golf odds news, the U.S. team is a hefty favorite to capture the Presidents Cup crown in December.

Presidents Cup
- USA 4/11
- Internationals 5/2
- Tie 12/1

Brooks Koepka remains the early Masters favorite (9/1) while Dustin Johnson, McIlory and Woods are tied for second at 11/1.

Current odds:

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