Sony Open 2023 Odds: Who Is the Betting Favorite to Win at Waialae?

We’re off and running with the 2023 PGA Tour schedule, and what a way to kick things off. Collin Morikawa, who entered the final round of the Sentry Tournament of Champions with a six-shot advantage, faltered down the stretch and watched Jon Rahm steal the trophy from his clutches.

The PGA Tour remains in Hawaii this weekend for the 2023 Sony Open at Waialae Country Club, but most of the superstars in the Sentry TOC field aren’t sticking around. So, with Morikawa, Rahm, and others skipping this week to prepare for the West Coast Swing, let’s check out the Sony Open 2023 odds and see who’s been pegged as the betting favorite to win at Waialae.

20-year-old Tom Kim is the betting favorite to win the 2023 Sony Open

Tom Kim plays a practice round ahead of the Sony Open.
Tom Kim practices before the 2023 Sony Open at Waialae Country Club | Andy Lyons/Getty Images
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Just a few months ago, hardly anyone knew who Joohyung “Tom” Kim was. The talented 20-year-old didn’t even have his PGA Tour card last season, and he only snuck into the FedEx Cup Playoffs because he won the regular-season finale at the Wyndham Championship.

But ever since that improbable victory, the Tom Kim hype train has sold out every last ticket.

Now a full-timer on the PGA Tour, Kim opened his 2022-23 season with a victory at the Shriners Children’s Open. The South Korean followed that up with a T25 at the Zozo Championship, a T11 at the CJ Cup, a T10 at the Hero World Challenge, and a T5 at last week’s Sentry TOC. He currently ranks third on Tour in strokes gained from tee to green and fourth in total strokes gained, and he’s already risen to No. 14 in the Official World Golf Ranking.

Kim is a superstar in the making, and oddsmakers are starting to take notice. Ahead of this weekend’s event, Kim is the betting favorite to win the 2023 Sony Open at +1000 odds (FanDuel). Fellow South Korean Sungjae Im is second on the odds board at +1200, while Jordan Spieth (+1500) and reigning champion Hideki Matsuyama (+1600) round out the top four.

Sony Open 2023 odds

PlayerOdds to Win
Tom Kim+1000
Sungjae Im+1200
Jordan Spieth+1500
Hideki Matsuyama+1600
Brian Harman+1600
Russell Henley+2100
Tom Hoge+2200
Corey Conners+2200
Billy Horschel+2700
Cameron Davis+2900
Kyoung-Hoon Lee+3100
Taylor Montgomery+3300
Keegan Bradley+3400
Adam Scott+3700
Keith Mitchell+3700
Maverick McNealy+3700
Si Woo Kim+4100
J.J. Spaun+4100
Matt Kuchar+4200
Alex Smalley+4500
Harris English+4500
J.T. Poston+4500
Christiaan Bezuidenhout+4500
Andrew Putnam+4500
MacKenzie Hughes+5000
Emiliano Grillo+5000
Denny McCarthy+5000
Webb Simpson+5000
Gary Woodland+5000
Kurt Kitayama+5500
Adam Svensson+6500
Will Gordon+6500
Chris Kirk+6500
Hayden Buckley+6500
Brendon Todd+6500
Brendan Steele+8000
Ben Griffin+8000
Aaron Rai+9000
Nick Hardy+9000
Robby Shelton+9000
David Lipsky+9000
Russell Knox+9500
Greyson Sigg+9500
Stephen Jaeger+9500
Patton Kizzire+9500
Ryan Palmer+10000

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