PGA Honda Classic 2020 - Predictions, Odds, Top Picks
Points: 500 FedEx Cup points for the winner
Total prize money: $6.8 million
Winner prize money: $1.260 million
When: February 27th to March 1st
Where: PGA National Golf Club Champion Course in Palm Beach Gardens, FL
The Course: 70-hole, 7,140 yards
How to watch: The Golf Channel from 1:00 PM ET to 6:00 PM ET (TV) | PGA Tour Live from 7 AM ET to 6 PM ET (live streaming)
Top Picks for the 2020 Honda Classic
The PGA Tour now moves on for its East Coast swing.
The Honda Classic kicks things off this week.
Having recently lost the number 1 spot to Rory McIlroy, Koepka is set to make his PGA Tour return following a knee surgery.
While he has yet to deliver a good result this year, his home event could change this picture.
Koepka has only made three appearances this season, with a best finish of T43.
Coming off a career season, which saw him win one and finish inside the top 5 at the other three.
The former number 1 was the runner-up at last year’s The Honda Classic, missing out on the title by one stroke.
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Fowler had a good start to the season, scoring three top 10 finishes in three tournaments.
He has since experienced a bit of a drop, failing to make the cut at the Farmers Insurance Open and finishing T37 at the Phoenix Open.
This is a good opportunity for him to bounce back.
Fowler has a very good record at The Honda Classic.
He has one win and three top 10 finishes in the last four editions of the event.
The American tied Koepka for second place in last year’s event, and missed out on the title by only one stroke.
The European Tour standout will be making a second consecutive PGA Tour appearance.
Westwood made his season debut last week at the WGC Championship Mexico, finishing T22.
The Englishman won the prestigious Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship earlier this year.
Westwood will be playing at the PGA National for the first time since 2015.
He has three top 10 results in six appearances at The Honda Classic.
The 2019 U.S. Open champion has made seven appearances this season, scoring three top 10s and a best result of third.
Woodland is coming off a solid T12 finish last week in Mexico.
The American was the runner-up at The Honda Classic in 2017, although he’s since only managed a 49th and a 36th.
Horschel has been fairly consistent this season, scoring four top 10 results in nine events.
The American also has a good recent record at The Honda Classic.
Horschel has two top 10 results in the last four editions of the tournament, having made the cut in three.
He will have a decent shot this week to capture his first PGA Tour title since 2018.
The 2020 Honda Classic Winner Odds
The odds for the winner of The Honda Classic are provided by DraftKings Sportsbook.
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