Some of the PGA TOUR Champions’ best golfers will be heading to Henrico, Virginia this week for the 2021 Dominion Energy Charity Classic. The event will take place at the Country Club of Virginia and begin on Friday, October 22 and conclude on Sunday, October 24.
With several contenders slated to be in attendance this week, it may be hard to predict who’ll win. Fortunately, BetOnline has released odds on the event and is favoring Phil Mickelson to win it all at +250 odds.
Mickelson isn’t a stranger to the Dominion Energy Charity Classic. After all, he won the 2020 edition of the tournament, winning by three strokes after going 17-under-par. In general, Mickelson seems to dominate any PGA TOUR Champions event he competes in. He’s entered four competitions so far, winning three of them.
Not only that, but Mickelson is the clear favorite due to the fact that he’s still a noteworthy competitor on the PGA TOUR as well. While “Lefty” only placed inside of the Top 25 just four times in 23 outings last season, he still won the PGA Championship back in May, which is a lot more than the majority of the rest of the field can say. At the end of the day, it’s hard to bet against Mickelson with all he’s done in his career, especially recently.
2021 Dominion Energy Charity Classic Odds
Odds via BetOnline as of Wednesday, October 20
- Phil Mickelson (+250)
- Jim Furyk (+800)
- Miguel Angel Jimenez (+1200)
- Bernhard Langer (+1200)
- Steven Alker (+1600)
- Alex Cejka (+1800)
- KJ. Choi (+2200)
- Mike Weir (+2500)
- Ernie Els (+2800)
- Steve Flesch (+3300)
- Woody Austin (+3300)
- Retief Goosen (+3300)
- Jerry Kelly (+3300)
- David Toms (+3300)
The complete odds list is available at BetOnline.ag.
Jim Furyk Dominion Energy Charity Classic Odds
Former 2003 U.S. Open winner Jim Furyk will enter Henrico this week with the second-best odds (+800) to win the 2021 Dominion Energy Charity Classic. The 51-year-old veteran has only competed in the tournament once in his career, placing 13th in 2020 by going 8-under-par.
Nevertheless, it’s hard not to like his odds ahead of this week’s festivities. Furyk has been stringing together some impressive performances as of late, placing inside of the Top 10 in nine of his last 12 outings. He also is riding his own momentum into the Country Club of Virginia after having placed T-3rd at the SAS Championship last week. It just seems like he’s in discussion to win every PGA TOUR Champions event more often than not and it should remain that way over the weekend.
Can Miguel Angel Jimenez Win Again?
Out of all the competitors this week, Miguel Angel Jimenez (+1200) is one of the more intriguing options. Like Mickelson, Jimenez has previously been victorious at the Dominion Energy Classic, having won the 2019 iteration of the tournament. While he didn’t have the same success last year, he still placed 18th, which is nothing to sneeze at.
To add to that, Jimenez has been one of the hottest golfers on the PGA TOUR Champions as of late. He’s finished second place in three of his last four outings and is likely hungry for a victory considering how he hasn’t won a tournament since September 2020. Nevertheless, his +1200 odds show that oddsmakers believe there’s a solid chance that his win drought will come to an end in Virginia this week. Only time will tell if Jimenez will become the first man to win the Dominican Energy Charity Classic twice.
Dominion Energy Charity Classic FAQ
Are there other golf leagues to wager on?
Yes! While BetOnline does offer other PGA TOUR Champions markets, you can also wager on PGA, European Tour and other golf leagues.
How long do I have to wager on the tournament?
You’ll have right until the event begins to place your wagers. Some sportsbooks allow live betting, however, any market will likely indicate exactly when the cutoff is.
Are there other Dominion Energy Charity Classic markets I can wager on?
Most likely. It varies from event to event, but most sportsbook will offer various PGA TOUR Champions markets, such as head-to-head and round betting. Check throughout the week to see what’s posted.