Value down the board in golf event

December 7, 2021 08:13 PM
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Official events on the PGA Tour have concluded, but one final unofficial event remains with the QBE Shootout, which most fans remember as the Shark Shootout from the 1990s and 2000s. Twelve teams of two will compete in a format that involves a scramble, alternate shot and four-ball. Here are the teams and odds:
Sam Burns and Billy Horschel: 4-1
Jason Kokrak and Kevin Na: 11-2
Harris English and Matt Kuchar: 13-2
Max Homa and Kevin Kisner: 15-2
Jason Day and Marc Leishman: 8-1
Corey Conners and Graeme McDowell: 11-1
Ian Poulter and Charles Howell III: 12-1
Will Zalatoris and Sean O'Hair: 12-1
Matt Jones and Ryan Palmer: 12-1
Brian Harman and Hudson Swafford: 14-1
K.H. Lee and Brandt Snedeker: 20-1
Lexi Thompson and Bubba Watson: 40-1
College rivals Harris English (Georgia) and Matt Kuchar (Georgia Tech) have played together in this event six times and won it in 2013, 2016 and 2020. Favorites Sam Burns and Billy Horschel are one of many first-time teams, though Horschel has played the event eight times. Jason Kokrak and Kevin Na have both been runners-up in this event, including Na last year with Sean O'Hair. O’Hair, a two-time winner at the QBE, will be paired with first-time participant Will Zalatoris. Kevin Kisner will be playing his fourth QBE with first-timer Max Homa. Jason Day won this event in 2014 (with Cameron Tringale) and will team up with fellow Australian Marc Leishman, who won the Zurich Classic earlier this year with Cameron Smith.
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