The World Wide Technology Championship is slated for November 2-4 at El Cardonal at Diamante, and Cameron Percy is one of the golfers who will be part of the field.
Expecting big things from Percy this week? Here are some different ways for you to wager on him.
World Wide Technology Championship details and info
- Date: November 2-4, 2023
- Course: El Cardonal at Diamante
- Location: Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
- Previous Winner: Russell Henley
How to watch the World Wide Technology Championship
- Thursday: Golf Channel
- Friday: Golf Channel
- Saturday: Golf Channel
- Sunday: Golf Channel
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Percy odds to win the World Wide Technology Championship
Odds for the World Wide Technology Championship are available, and Percy is listed at +35000. That means betting $10 on Percy would give you $3510.00.
Percy odds to finish in the top 5 at the World Wide Technology Championship
Percy is +5500 to finish in the top five at the World Wide Technology Championship. If you bet $10 on Percy, you’d get $560.00 in return.
Percy odds to finish in the top 10 at the World Wide Technology Championship
Odds for the World Wide Technology Championship are available, and Percy is listed at +2000 to at least finish in the top 10. That means wagering $10 on Percy would give you $210.00.
Other betting markets for Percy at the World Wide Technology Championship
There are lots of other ways to wager on golf too. For example, you can pick whether a player will make the cut, or who will be in front at the end of Round 1. For every tournament, there are 3-ball matchups to wager on, when three players are grouped together and teeing off at the same time. You’ll also find lots of one-on-one matchups. Just choose who you think will finish carding the best score that day!
Percy recent performances
Percy has taken part in 19 tournaments this season, and he is yet to finish in the top 10. Percy has not finished inside the top 20 in his past four tournaments, with an average finish of 43rd.
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