World Wide Technology Championship odds to win: Justin Thomas leads the pack

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As the PGA Tour heads south of the border this week, world No. 7 Justin Thomas is the betting favorite at Mayakoba.

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The PGA Tour heads south of the border this week for the World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba, and some of the biggest stars in the world will be in attendance. Among them is world No. 7 Justin Thomas who, according to Bet MGM, is the favorite to take home the title, listed at +1200.

Thomas is making his third career start at Mayakoba, owning top-25 results in each of his two previous appearances. He finished T23 in 2015 and then finished T12 last fall in his other start.

The next-best odds are for Abe Ancer and Viktor Hovland, both listed at +1600. Ancer is making his seventh start in the event, with a T8 in 2020 representing his best finish, while Hovland looks to defends his title he earned last year.

For odds for the entire field, check out the list below.

World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba odds to win

Justin Thomas +1600

Abe Ancer +1600

Viktor Hovland +1600

Tony Finau +2500

Aaron Wise +3000

Billy Horschel +3000

Brooks Koepka +3000

Patrick Reed +3000

Tyrrell Hatton +3000

Matthew Fitzpatrick +3300

Scottie Scheffler +3300

Will Zalatoris +3500

Cameron Tringale +4000

Matthew Wolff +4000

Russell Henley +4000

Sergio Garcia +4000

Shane Lowry +4000

Talor Gooch +4000

Joaquin Niemann +4000

Keegan Bradley +4000

Justin Rose +5000

Mito Pereira +5000

Rickie Fowler +5000

Gary Woodland +5000

Mav McNealy +5000

Alex Noren +6600

Brendon Todd +6600

Kevin Streelman +6600

Seamus Power +6600

Christian Bezuidenhout +6600

Emiliano Grillo +6600

Harold Varner III +6600

Brian Harman +6600

Joel Dahmen +6600

Carlos Ortiz +8000

Charley Hoffman +8000

Chez Reavie +8000

Chris Kirk +8000

Ian Poulter +8000

Jhonattan Vegas +8000

Lucas Herbert +8000

Patrick Rodgers +8000

Russell Knox +8000

Taylor Pendrith +8000

Brendan Steele +8000

Luke List +8000

Adam Hadwin +10000

C.T. Pan +10000

Henrik Stenson +10000

Matt Kuchar +10000

Pat Perez +10000

Scott Stallings +10000

Tom Hoge +10000

Adam Schenk +10000

Charles Howell III +1000

Henrik Norlander +10000

Matt Jones +10000

Stephan Jaeger +10000

Brian Stuard +12500

Bryce Garnett +12500

Danny Lee +12500

Danny Willett +12500

Keith Mitchell +12500

Martin Laird +12500

Patton Kizzire +12500

Rory Sabbatini +12500

Ryan Palmer +12500

Scott Piercy +12500

Troy Merritt +12500

Vincent Whaley +12500

Aaron Rai +15000

Adam Long +15000

Doug Ghim +15000

Francesco Molinari +15000

Graeme McDowell +15000

Guido Migliozzi +15000

Kyle Stanley +15000

Ryan Moore +15000

Thomas Detry +15000

Tyler Duncan +15000

David Lipsky +15000

Andrew Putnam +15000

Davis Riley +15000

Greyson Sigg +15000

J.J. Spaun +15000

James Hahn +15000

Nate Lashley +15000

Peter Malnati +15000

Sam Ryder +15000

Zach Johnson +15000

Adam Svensson +20000

Charl Schwartzel +20000

Denny McCarthy +20000

Hank Lebioda +20000

Hudson Swafford +20000

J.T. Poston +20000

Jimmy Walker +20000

Joseph Bramlett +20000

Roger Sloan +20000

Brandt Snedeker +25000

Brian Gay +25000

John Huh +25000

Kramer Hickok +25000

Michael Thompson +25000

Nick Taylor +25000

Nick Watney +25000

Sung Kang +25000

Trey Mullinax +25000

Anirban Lahiri +30000

Camilo Villegas +30000

Doc Redman +30000

Kevin Tway +30000

Richy Werenski +30000

Sepp Straka +30000

Andrew Novak +30000

Andrew Landry +35000

Curtis Thompson +35000

Eugino Chacarra +40000

Luke Donald +40000

Jonas Blixt +50000

Roberto Diaz +50000

Braden Thornberry +50000

Bill Haas +60000

Kelly Kraft +60000

Camilo Aguado +75000

Juan Carlos Benitez +10000

Martin Trainer +100000

Willie Mack III +100000

Samuel Del Val +100000

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