Bermuda Championship Live Odds, Field: Tracking the Action at Port Royal

Following a star-studded field at the CJ Cup, the PGA Tour Fall slate returns to its regularly-scheduled programming with a razer-thin field for this week's Butterfield Bermuda Championship. Check out the live odds below as the event unfolds.

Oct 27, 2022 • 09:05 ET • 4 min read
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After last week's CJ Cup saw Rory McIlroy successfully defend his title and retake World No. 1, this week's action projects to be a little less exciting, but there are odds to bet on nonetheless.

This week sees a super thin field head to Port Royal Golf Course in Bermuda for the Butterfield Bermuda Championship with $6.5 million and 500 FedEx Cup points up for grabs.

We break down the betting favorites and more in our full 2022 Bermuda Championship odds below and also check out our best Bermuda Championship picks and predictions

Live odds to win 2022 Bermuda Championship

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Notes on the Field

The ZOZO Championship and CJ Cup notwithstanding, the PGA Tour's fall slate is well known for its weaker fields, and that's certainly the case in Bermuda this week. 

World No. 83 Denny McCarthy is entering the week as the solo betting favorite over a field that doesn't include anyone inside the OWGR Top 25 and only one inside the Top 50 (Seamus Power).

Favorites to win the 2022 Bermuda Championship

Denny McCarthy (+1,600)

As mentioned above, World No. 83 Denny McCarthy tops this week's board with odds of +1,600.

In his four starts to open the season, the Maryland native has one missed cut and no finish better than T25 with the other two finishes being just inside the Top 40. 

However, he did go on a run of three Top-7 finishes in four starts (including the U.S. Open) back in June and has a couple of good finishes here (T4 in 2021, T15 in 2020) so in this week's thin field, it's not too shocking to see McCarthy on top. 

Thomas Detry (+2,000)

Next up is Thomas Detry, available at 20/1.

The German played some great golf to open the season, finishing T12 at the Fortinet Championship followed by T9 at Sanderson Farms before coming back down to earth at the Shriners (T69).

With some improved form, he'll be looking to improve on his T22 debut finish here a year ago. 

Seamus Power (+2,500)

The highest-ranked player in the field this week, Seamus Power comes in at No. 3 on the odds board. 

He's certainly not in form, with no finish better than T30 dating back to the end of June with three missed cuts during that span. 

However, he has experience here with a personal-best T12 of three career starts here coming a year ago. Could very easily thrive in the lightweight field. 

Notable longshots for the 2022 Bermuda Championship

Si Woo Kim (+3,300)

While Si Woo Kim has never made a start here at the Bermuda Championship, he's only a month removed from an impressive Presidents Cup showing (3-1) which he followed up with a T8 at the Shriners earlier in October. 

His two finishes (T45, T52) haven't been nearly as impressive but his talent alone should put him in the mix this weekend. Not nearly a long shot at 33/1, but someone well worth keeping your eyes on.

Brian Gay (+20,000)

While he mostly plays on the Champions Tour now and has missed each of his last four PGA Tour cuts, we can't go without mentioning Brian Gay. 

The 50-year-old finished T3 in his debut here in 2019, secured one of his five Tour victories here in 2020, and followed that up with a T12 a year ago, solidifying a great track record here in Bermuda. 

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