Vegas Odds: Casey, Reed, Scott Favorites at CIMB Classic

This week’s CIMB Classic may offer a limited field of only 78, but it features some of the Tour’s top players, highlighted by three of the 2016 FedEx Cup Playoff standouts.

Patrick Reed, Adam Scott, and Paul Casey, who finished 3rd, 4th and 5th respectively, are listed as the Top 3 favorites by Vegas Insiders – with Casey (12/1) pegged as a slight favorite over Reed (25/2).

 
The 37 year-old Casey has been white-hot over his last 4 starts, never finishing outside the Top 5 (2nd, 2nd, 4th, 3rd). He has played at the CIMB two previous times, in 2014 and 2015, finishing T37 and T24.

 
Reed is coming off a starring role at the Ryder Cup where he helped Team U.S.A. beat the Europeans at Hazeltine. The 25 year-old Reed was also one of the top performers during the playoffs, recording a win at the Barclays, as well as a Top 5 at the Deutsche and a Top 15 at the BMW. Reed finished T10 at the CIMB in 2015.

 
Scott enters the tournament also on a hot streak. The World No. 6 is coming off a FedEx Cup playoff run that went T4 at The Barclays, 4th at TPC Boston, T4 at the BMW, and a T8 at East Lake. Scott was the runner up to Justin Thomas at last year’s CIMB Classic.

Hideki Matsuyama (27/2) and two-time CIMB champ Ryan Moore (14/1) are right behind Scott and round out the Top 5. Defending champ Justin Moore and Sergio Garcia are listed at 18/1.

CIMB Classic Odds

Favorites

Paul Casey, 12/1
Patrick Reed, 25/2
Adam Scott, 13/1
Hideki Matsuyama, 27/2
Ryan Moore, 14/1
Justin Thomas, 18/1
Sergio Garcia, 18/1
Kevin Na, 21/1

Second Tier

Gary Woodland, 29/1
Scott Piercy, 29/1
Branden Grace, 30/1
Brendan Steele, 30/1
Daniel Berger, 30/1
Kevin Chappell, 30/1
Byeong Hun An, 35/1
Emiliano Grillo, 35/1
Rafa Cabrera Bello, 35/1
Russell Knox, 35/1

Sleeper Picks

Anirban Lahiri, 50/1
Tony Finau, 50/1
Kevin Kisner, 55/1
Si Woo Kim, 55/1
Marc Leishman, 65/1
Cameron Tringale, 70/1

Good Payouts

Brian Harman, 80/1
Ryo Ishikawa, 80/1
Scott Hend, 80/1
Jhonattan Vegas, 85/1
Charles Howell III, 90/1
Alex Cejka, 100/1
Ian Poulter, 100/1
Keegan Bradley, 100/1
Young-Han Song, 100/1
Jamie Lovemark, 110/1
Patrick Rodgers, 120/1
David Lingmerth, 125/1
Harold Varner III, 125/1
Hudson Swafford, 125/1
Smylie Kaufman, 125/1

Long Shots

James Hahn, 130/1
Daniel Summerhays, 140/1
Danny Lee, 140/1
David Hearn, 140/1
Jeung-Hun Wang, 140/1
Marcus Fraser, 140/1
Soomin Lee, 140/1
Billy Hurley III, 150/1
Jim Herman, 150/1
Aaron Baddeley, 160/1
Bryce Molder, 160/1
John Senden, 160/1
Jon Curran, 160/1
Kyle Reifers, 160/1
Chez Reavie, 170/1
John Huh, 170/1
K.J. Choi, 170/1
Shih-Chang Chan, 170/1
Colt Knost, 180/1
Gaganjeet Bhullar, 180/1
Mark Hubbard, 180/1
Robert Streb, 180/1

The Rest

Adam Hadwin, 200/1
Chad Campbell, 200/1
Ernie Els, 200/1
Miguel Tabuena, 200/1
Sung Kang, 200/1
Derek Fathauer, 220/1
Ricky Barnes, 220/1
SSP Chowrasia, 220/1
Brett Stegmaier, 250/1
Brian Stuard, 250/1
Pat Perez, 250/1
Peter Malnati, 250/1
Spencer Levin, 250/1
Tyrone Van Aswegen, 250/1
Vijay Singh, 250/1
Zac Blair, 300/1
Gavin Kyle Green, 400/1
Danny Chia, 750/1

Brian Thibodeau

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