Sony Open odds to win: Webb Simpson the favorite at second event of Hawaii swing

Heading into the second leg of the Hawaii swing, Webb Simpson is the favorite to take home the title.

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As we head to the second leg of the PGA Tour’s Hawaii swing, Webb Simpson sits as the favorite to take home the title at the Sony Open. The No. 6-ranked player in the world has 12/1 odds to win this week according to

Simpson has played the Sony Open 10 times in his career, with last year’s solo third finish representing the high-water mark. The 35-year-old has been in peak form over the last 18 months, two wins in that span and missing just two cuts.

The Tour’s most recent winner, Harris English, has the second-best odds at 14/1, and he is joined by Collin Morikawa. English will be making his ninth start at the Sony Open this week, while the 23-year-old Morikawa makes his second appearance.

Rounding out the top five is a revamped Daniel Berger and the always-steady Sungjae Im at 16/1 odds. Check out odds for the entire field below.

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Sony Open odds to win

Webb Simpson 12/1

Collin Morikawa 14/1

Harris English 14/1

Daniel Berger 16/1

Hideki Matsuyama 20/1

Joaquin Niemann 20/1

Cameron Smith 30/1

Abraham Ancer 30/1

Kevin Kisner 30/1

Ryan Palmer 30/1

Russell Henley 30/1

Adam Scott 35/1

Matt Kuchar 40/1

Billy Horschel 40/1

Lanto Griffin 40/1

Brendon Todd 40/1

Zach Johnson 50/1

Sergio Garcia 50/1

Charles Howell III 50/1

Jason Kokrak 50/1

Emiliano Grillo 50/1

Sebastian Munoz 50/1

Brian Harman 50/1

Marc Leishman 50/1

Kevin Na 60/1

Erik van Rooyen 60/1

Si Woo Kim 80/1

Carlos Ortiz 80/1

Chez Reavie 80/1

Keegan Bradley 80/1

Patton Kizzire 80/1

Talor Gooch 80/1

Matthew NeSmith 80/1

Brandt Snedeker 80/1

Rory Sabbatini 100/1

Russell Knox 100/1

Scott Piercy 100/1

Mackenzie Hughes 100/1

Cameron Davis 100/1

J.T. Poston 100/1

Tom Hoge 100/1

Branden Grace 125/1

Sepp Straka 125/1

Stewart Cink 125/1

Jim Furyk 125/1

Takumi Kanaya 150/1

Charley Hoffman 150/1

Brendan Steele 150/1

Chris Kirk 150/1

Doug Ghim 150/1

James Hahn 150/1

C.T. Pan 150/1

Kyle Stanley 150/1

Matt Jones 150/1

Peter Malnati 150/1

Henrik Norlander 150/1

Brian Stuard 150/1

Michael Thompson 200/1

Richy Werenski 200/1

Brice Garnett 200/1

Adam Schenk 200/1

Jhonattan Vegas 200/1

Austin Cook 200/1

Will Gordon 200/1

Pat Perez 200/1

Danny Lee 200/1

Andrew Landry 200/1

Bo Hoag 200/1

Mark Hubbard 200/1

Brian Gay 200/1

Luke List 200/1

Robert Streb 200/1

Keith Mitchell 200/1

Nick Taylor 250/1

Anirban Lahiri 250/1

Xinjun Zhang 250/1

Kramer Hickok 250/1

Ryo Ishikawa 250/1

Andrew Putnam 250/1

Hudson Swafford 200/1

Troy Merritt 250/1

Harry Higgs 250/1

Nate Lashley 250/1

Vaughn Taylor 250/1

Wesley Bryan 300/1

Sung Kang 300/1

Tyler McCumber 300/1

Robby Shelton 300/1

Jimmy Walker 300/1

Ryan Armour 300/1

Bronson Burgoon 300/1

Hank Lebioda 300/1

Rob Oppenheim 300/1

Roger Sloan 300/1

Jim Herman 300/1

MJ Daffue 300/1

Nick Hardy 300/1

Ted Potter Jr 300/1

Aaron Baddeley 300/1

Jamie Lovemark 400/1

J.J. Spaun 400/1

Chris Baker 400/1

Mark Anderson 400/1

Sam Ryder 400/1

Nick Watney 400/1

Chase Seiffert 400/1

Scott Brown 400/1

Kyoung-Hoon Lee 400/1

Grayson Murray 400/1

David Hearn 400/1

Jerry Kelly 400/1

Kevin Tway 500/1

Fabian Gomez 500/1

Michael Gligic 500/1

Satoshi Kodaira 500/1

D.J. Trahan 500/1

Ben Taylor 500/1

Ryosuke Kinoshita 500/1

Jinichiro Kozuma 500/1

Rhein Gibson 500/1

Tim Wilkinson 500/1

Brandon Hagy 500/1

William McGirt 500/1

K.J. Choi 1000/1

Michael Gellerman 1000/1

Nelson Ledesma 1000/1

Matt Every 1000/1

Parker McLachlin 1000/1

Rafael Campos 1000/1

Mike Weir 1000/1

Vijay Singh 1000/1

Davis Love III 1000/1

Y.E. Yang 1000/1

Hunter Mahan 1000/1

Bo Van Pelt 1000/1

Michael Kim 1000/1

Shane Bertsch 1000/1

In-Hoi Hur 1000/1

Andres Gonzales 1000/1

Martin Trainer 2000/1

Evan Kawai 3000/1

Eric Dugas 3000/1 Editor

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