PGA TOUR: Charles Schwab Challenge Matchups Parlay 2023May 23, 2023, 4:10PM
Another massive week of the PGA TOUR is here, with the Charles Schwab Challenge set to go down at Colonial Country Club - Fort Worth, TX, this weekend. After what was a thrilling week at last week's PGA Championship, fans all over the country are looking to take in the action and win a bet or two. After going 3/5 last week and getting a round robin bet win, we have again used our powerful head-to-head matchups tool to build a matchups parlay at odds of +2730. This golf parlay has been built thanks to our predictive analytics model and the odds on offer at DraftKings Sportsbook.
DimersBOT's favorites for this week include Scottie Scheffler, Tony Finau and Sungjae Im, with one of those guys also featuring in the five-leg parlay listed below. Even then, an outright champion is not even required to win this bet, with the head-to-head matchups all we are tracking here.
Charles Schwab Challenge Matchups Parlay for 2023
Our parlay for the 2023 Charles Schwab Challenge has landed, with five legs totalling odds of +2730 with DraftKings. We also recommend placing a round robin bet on this, giving you a nice payout if only three or four of the legs end up winning, as they did at last week's PGA Championship.
Leg 1: Rickie Fowler (+100)
First up we have a resurgent Rickie Fowler, who according to our revolutionary predictive analytics model, is presenting good value to beat Sam Burns this week.
Before last week's poor showing at Oak Hill (where Burns also failed to make the weekend), Fowler had not missed the cut in 11 straight events, with this season seeing him finish in the Top-20 nine times already.
Our model projects Fowler as a 51% chance of winning this matchup, with Burns at 44.6% and a tie at 4.4%.
Leg 2: Max Homa (+100)
Next up is Max Homa, who our model is taking over two-time major winner Collin Morikawa.
Homa is at even money in this matchup, while Morikawa is favored by the books with odds of -120.
As for DimersBOT's projections, Homa has a 50.4% probability, whilst Morikawa is at 45.6% and the tie is a 4% chance of occurring.
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Leg 3: Sungjae Im (+100)
The third leg of this week's parlay is for Sungjae Im to beat Viktor Hovland across the four rounds.
Despite Hovland's strong showing last week, we are projecting Im to have a 52.1% chance of beating him this week, with the Norwegian given a 43.3% chance and the tie at 4.6%.
DimersBOT has also detected value on Sungjae Im to win the Charles Schwab Challenge this week, as well as to finish in the Top 5, 10 and 20.
Leg 4: Tommy Fleetwood (+100)
Both Tommy Fleetwood and fellow Englishman Justin Rose come into this week in strong form after finishing in the Top-20 last week.
But, after simulating the Charles Schwab Challenge 10,000 times, our model is favoring Fleetwood to finish better, with a probability of 55% compared to Rose's 41.5%.
This equates to a 5% edge on the +100 odds available for Fleetwood to win the head-to-head matchup.
Leg 5: Si Woo Kim (-130)
The fifth and final leg of this week's golf parlay is for Si Woo Kim to outrank Australian Min Woo Lee come Sunday.
Our only leg that isn't even money this week, Si Woo Kim's chances of beating Min Woo Lee this week are massive according to DimersBOT, with his head-to-head probability of 71.2% equating to a 14.6% edge on the -130 odds.
Despite DraftKings giving him odds of +105, our model projects Lee to have just a 25.1% chance of defeating Kim, with the tie at 3.7%.
Charles Schwab Challenge 2023 Matchups Parlay
|Rickie Fowler to beat Sam Burns||+100|
|Max Homa to beat Collin Morikawa||+100|
|Sungjae Im to beat Viktor Hovland||+100|
|Tommy Fleetwood to beat Justin Rose||+100|
|Si Woo Kim to beat Min Woo Lee||-130|
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