Pelican Women's Championship odds, picks and preview

Pelican Women’s Championship odds, picks and preview

Two weeks away from the end of the 2021 calendar, The LPGA Tour is currently on its final leg. This week, the Pelican Women’s Championship will feature the most outstanding players in the world. The competition will be played November 8-14 at the Pelican Golf Club in Belleair, Florida.

With a confirmed line-up of 108 participants, the best professional golfers will compete for a purse of $ 1.75 million. Golf fans attending this event on this fantastic course in Tampa Bay will have the opportunity to see Jin Young Ko (+375), Lydia Ko (+900), Nelly Korda (+900), Danielle Kang (+1800), Sei Young Kim (+2000), Brooke Henderson (+2000), and Patty Tavatankit (+2200). According to our Jazzsports betting specialists, they are the undisputed top favorites. It is worth noting that 10 out of the 15 best players in the world will take part in the contest.

This will be the second edition of the Pelican Women’s Championship, played for the first time last year but without spectators due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The defending champion is South Korean Sei Young Kim, who won in 2020 with 266 strokes (-14), and three clear pursuers.

The Pelican Golf Club was designed by no other than the famous Donald Ross. It is a par 70 course with 7,000 yards in length. It has lush vegetation, typical of South Florida. Its undulating fairways combine the characteristics of the European courses with some precise details featured in most of the southern United States.

Who is your favorite to win the Pelican Women’s Championship this year?

This will be the second edition of the Pelican Women’s Championship. Our Jazzsports specialists have done a careful analysis, and these are the leading candidates to win the title this week on the LPGA Tour.

Jin Young Ko (+375)

World number two in the ranking and leader of The Race to the CME Globe ranking, she is a severe candidate to win in Tampa Bay. The South Korean has fire in her hands, and her latest results are solid proof of it: she won the last two tournaments of the LPGA Tour (the BMW Ladies Championship and the Cognizant Founders Cup). Our Jazzsports experts consider that she is the best option and next week’s clear favorite.

Lydia Ko (+900)

Ko is in third place in The Race to the CME Globe ranking and fifth in the women’s world ranking. This season she’s only won once (the LOTTE Championship in Hawaii). Born in South Korea and a nationalized New Zealander, she is the youngest golfer to achieve a major. She did so by winning the Evian Championship at just age 18 years of age, and the following week she won her next major, the ANA Inspiration. Undoubtedly, a unique case for a 24-year-old golfer who has everything to give on the LPGA Tour. She has a +900 odd backing from Jazzsports to win the Pelican Women’s Championship.

Nelly Korda (+900)

America’s lastest golf revelation is the number one in the world ranking and second in the LPGA Tour ranking. This year she won the gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics. At only 24, she already has 9 victories as a professional (6 of those on the LPGA Tour), including this year’s Women’s PGA Championship. Jazzsports experts have also given her +900 odds to win this week in Tampa Bay.

Danielle Kang (+1800)

There have been no victories for Danielle Kang, who is currently ranked 10th in The Race to the CME Globe and 11th in the world ranking. At the age of 29, the American seeks to regain that solid, which led her to win the Women’s PGA Championship in 2017 and five professional tournaments on the LPGA Tour. Experts at Jazzsports are placing a +1800 odd if he wins next week’s competition.

Sei Young Kim (+2000)

Defending champion this week at El Pelican Golf Club is among the favorites to win, according to Jazzsports specialists. Her season has not shown the firm consistency she displayed in 2020, but a top finish next week cannot be ruled out. At 28, the South Korean has accumulated 17 professional victories, 12 on the LPGA Tour.

Brooke Henderson (+2000)

The Canadian is always a favorite. Chosen Canadian Press Female Athlete of the year in 2015, 2017, and 2018, her presence next week in Tampa Bay is backed up by solid confidence, even though this season she has only achieved one single victory (Hugel-Air Awards LA Open over Jessica Korda). She currently ranks ninth in The Race to the CME Globe ranking and 10th in the women’s world ranking. She has a +2000 odd from Jazzsports experts to win the Pelican Women’s Championship.

Golf betting odds to win the Pelican Women’s Championship courtesy of Jazzsports

Golfer Odds to win the 2021 Pelican Women’s Championship
Yuka Saso+2200
Jeongeun Lee+2500
Lexi Thompson+2800
Nasa Hataoka+2800
Xiyu Lin+3300
In Gee Chun+3300
Jennifer Kupcho+3500
So Yeon Ryu+3500
Celine Boutier+3500
Jessia Korda+3500
Moriya Jutanugarn+4000
To Lim Kim+4000
Pajaree Anannarukarn+4000
Ariya Jutanugarn+4000
Maria Fassi+4500
Leona Maguire+5000
Ally Ewing+5000
Yealimi Noh+5000
Esther Henseleit+5500
Lizette Salas+5500
Austin Ernst+5500
Matilda Castren+6000
Megan Khang+6000
Su Oh+6500
Britanny Lincicome+7000
Jenny Shin+7000
Marina Alex+7000
Eun-Hee Ji+7000
Gaby Lopez+7000
Magdalene Sagstrom+7000
Harigae Mine+7500
Stacy Lewis+7500
Nanna Koerstz Madsen+7500

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