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Andrea Lee odds to win the BMW Ladies Championship

Andrea Lee odds to win the BMW Ladies Championship

As one of the many golfers playing in the BMW Ladies Championship from October 19-21, Andrea Lee will be heading to Seowon Valley Country Club this week as she gets ready to compete.

With Lee teeing off this week, there are plenty of different betting markets available for you to bet on her.

BMW Ladies Championship details and info

  • Date: October 19-21, 2023
  • Course: Seowon Valley Country Club
  • Location: Yangp’yŏng, South Korea
  • Previous Winner: Lydia Ko

How to watch the BMW Ladies Championship

  • Thursday: Golf Channel
  • Friday: Golf Channel
  • Saturday: CBS, Golf Channel
  • Sunday: CBS, Golf Channel

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Lee odds to win the BMW Ladies Championship

The latest odds on Lee to win the BMW Ladies Championship are +11000. If you elected to wager $10 on Lee, you’d wind up with $1110.00 were she to win.

PGA odds courtesy of BetMGM Sportsbook. Odds updated Tuesday at 3:02 PM ET. For a full list of sports betting odds, access USA TODAY Sports Betting Scores Odds Hub.

Other betting markets for Lee at the BMW Ladies Championship

You can also bet on which golfer will be in front at the end of the first round, or whether a player makes the cut or misses it. You can also narrow it down to wagering on 3-ball matchups (three players grouped together) and one-on-one matchups. Simply pick who will post the top score on that particular day, and you’re a winner.

Lee recent performances

Lee teed off in 22 tournaments over the last year, securing one finish in the top five and collecting four top-10 finishes. Lee has earned one top-10 finish and three top-20 finishes in her past four events. Lee will attempt to extend her streak of made cuts to seven by qualifying for the weekend in this tournament.

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