RSM Classic odds to win: Webb Simpson the favorite in Sea Island

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Webb Simpson is the favorite this week in Georgia.

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The last men’s major of 2020 might be behind us, but there’s still plenty of golf to be played in 2020. From Augusta, the PGA Tour heads south to Sea Island for the RSM Classic, where Webb Simpson is the favorite at 10/1 odds, according to golfodds.com.

Simpson lost in a playoff to Tyler Duncan last fall at the RSM. But despite the heartbreak, it launched what became one of his most productive years on Tour, including two wins and a 12th-place finish in the FedEx Cup.

Sungjae Im and Tyrrell Hatton have the second-best odds in the field at 20/1. Im heads to Sea Island on the strength of a T2 finish at last week’s Masters Tournament, while Hatton failed to make the cut. Prior to the disappointing short week in Augusta, however, Hatton was among the hottest players in the world with seven top 10s and two wins worldwide dating back to March.

Tommy Fleetwood trails at 25/1 odds as he looks for his first victory on Tour while Matthew Fitzpatrick, Russell Henley, Harris English, Jason Day and Louis Oosthuizen round out the top five at 30/1.

Check out odds for the entire field below.

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RSM Classic odds to win

Webb Simpson 10/1

Sungjae Im 20/1

Tyrrell Hatton 20/1

Tommy Fleetwood 25/1

Matthew Fitzpatrick 30/1

Russell Henley 30/1

Harris English 30/1

Jason Day 30/1

Louis Oosthuizen 30/1

Joaquin Niemann 40/1

Corey Conners 40/1

Sebastian Munoz 40/1

Shane Lowry 40/1

Jason Kokrak 40/1

Kevin Kisner 40/1

Justin Rose 40/1

Brian Harman 50/1

Ian Poulter 50/1

Dylan Frittelli  60/1

Mackenzie Hughes 60/1

Doc Redman 60/1

Zach Johnson 60/1

Talor Gooch 60/1

Sam Burns 60/1

Charles Howell III 80/1

Lee Westwood 80/1

Matt Wallace 80/1

Denny McCarthy 80/1

C.T. Pan 80/1

Brendon Todd 80/1

J.T. Poston 80/1

Sepp Straka 80/1

Austin Cook 80/1

Alex Noren 80/1

Chez Reavie 80/1

Harold Varner III 80/1

Matt Kuchar 100/1

Danny Willett 100/1

Aaron Wise 100/1

Andy Sullivan 100/1

Cameron Davis 100/1

Joel Dahmen 100/1

Stewart Cink 100/1

Russell Knox 100/1

Adam Hadwin 100/1

Bernd Wiesberger 100/1

Maverick McNealy 100/1

Wyndham Clark 100/1

Emiliano Grillo 100/1

Kevin Streelman 100/1

Henrik Norlander 100/1

Charl Schwartzel 100/1

Henrik Stenson 125/1

Charley Hoffman 125/1

Scott Piercy 125/1

Brandt Snedeker 125/1

Keegan Bradley 125/1

Peter Malnati 125/1

Kristoffer Ventura 125/1

Will Gordon 125/1

Luke List 125/1

Tyler Duncan 125/1

Harry Higgs 125/1

Matthew NeSmith 125/1

Matt Jones 125/1

Cameron Tringale 125/1

James Hahn 125/1

Brian Gay 150/1

Martin Laird 150/1

Patrick Rodgers 150/1

Doug Ghim 150/1

Chris Kirk 150/1

Patton Kizzire 150/1

Graeme McDowell 150/1

Lucas Glover 150/1

Mark Hubbard 150/1

Adam Schenk 150/1

Adam Long 150/1

Rory Sabbatini 150/1

Scott Stallings 150/1

Brendan Steele 150/1

Rafael Cabrera Bello 200/1

Branden Grace 200/1

Jhonattan Vegas 200/1

Nick Taylor 200/1

Tyler McCumber 200/1

Troy Merritt 200/1

Tom Hoge 200/1

Pat Perez 200/1

Chesson Hadley 200/1

Sung Kang 200/1

Brian Stuard 200/1

John Huh 200/1

Ryan Armour 200/1

Beau Hossler 200/1

Joseph Bramlett 200/1

Hank Lebioda 200/1

Xinjun Zhang 200/1

Davis Thompson 200/1

David Hearn 200/1

Brice Garnett 200/1

Richy Werenski 200/1

Kyle Stanley 200/1

Hudson Swafford 250/1

Cameron Percy 250/1

Kevin Chappell 250/1

Andrew Putnam 250/1

Robby Shelton 250/1

Jason Dufner 250/1

D.J. Trahan 250/1

Michael Gligic 250/1

Fabian Gomez 250/1

Keith Mitchell 250/1

Roger Sloan 250/1

Vaughn Taylor 250/1

Andrew Landry 300/1

Rob Oppenheim 300/1

Nick Watney 300/1

Luke Donald 300/1

Kyoung-Hoon Lee 300/1

J.J. Spaun 300/1

Chase Seiffert 300/1

Aaron Baddeley 300/1

Sean O’Hair 300/1

Robert Streb 300/1

Scott Brown 300/1

Bill Haas 300/1

Nate Lashley 300/1

Mark Anderson 300/1

Scott Harrington 300/1

Satoshi Kodaira 300/1

Sam Ryder 400/1

Brandon Hagy 400/1

Jamie Lovemark 400/1

Tim Wilkinson 400/1

Kevin Tway 400/1

Bronson Burgoon 500/1

Chris Baker 500/1

Jonathan Byrd 500/1

Camilo Villegas 500/1

Sebastian Cappelen 500/1

Ted Potter Jr 500/1

Jim Herman 500/1

Bo Hoag 500/1

K.J. Choi 1000/1

Hunter Mahan 1000/1

Bo Van Pelt 1000/1

Michael Kim 1000/1

D.A. Points 1000/1

Anthony Cordes 2000/1

Martin Trainer 2000/1

Kevin Stadler 2000/1

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