Major champion, Rory McIlroy of Ireland, is odds on favourite with online bookmakers, Betway, to win the 2014 TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola.

The Irish golfer is tied for the lead with American Billy Horschel going into the final round.

The in-form, Horschel, won the previous FedEx Cup play-off event – the 2014 BMW Championship – and is on offer at golf odds of 3.8/1.

Third favourite is PGA Tour veteran, Jim Furyk, at 10/1.

Golf fashionista, Rickie Fowler, is on offer at 13/1.

Former US Open Golf Champion, Justin Rose of England, is priced at 15/1.

A full list of golf betting prices is detailed below. These golf betting odds are for information purposes only and subject to change.

We recommend you double check all golf betting odds before placing any golf bets.

Tour Championship – 1 2 (Each way: 1/3, 1-2)

1.90 Rory McIlroy
3.80 Billy Horschel
10.00 Jim Furyk
13.00 Rickie Fowler
15.00 Justin Rose
19.00 Jason Day
51.00 Ryan Palmer
51.00 Chris Kirk
51.00 Adam Scott
67.00 Russell Henley
126.00 Bubba Watson
201.00 Matt Kuchar


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