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Bryson DeChambeau favored to repeat at Rocket Mortgage Classic

by Will Gray
Updated On: June 29, 2021, 4:15 pm ET

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One year after driving his way to a three-shot win in Detroit, Bryson DeChambeau is favored to go back-to-back at the Rocket Mortgage Classic.

DeChambeau offered a preemptive apology last year to long-deceased course designer Donald Ross, then launched one eye-popping tee shot after another at Detroit Golf Club to chase down Matthew Wolff in his tournament debut. The win paved the way to his U.S. Open title a few months later, and now the defending champ is back - and the course hasn't exactly been Bryson Proofed in the intervening months.

DeChambeau won earlier this year at Bay Hill, and he enters off a T-19 finish at the Travelers Championship. He's a clear favorite to win again in the Motor City, listed at +700 by oddsmakers at PointsBet Sportsbook. Next on the list is former Masters champ Patrick Reed, who finished T-5 in the inaugural edition of the tournament in 2019, followed by current Masters champ Hideki Matsuyama.

Further down the pack are some notable names, including Bubba Watson (+4000) who let one get away late Sunday in Connecticut. Rickie Fowler is listed at the same odds as Watson, having missed the Travelers cut, while PGA champ Phil Mickelson opened at +6600.

Here's a look at the notable odds for the third edition of the Tour's lone stop in Michigan:

Odds to win Rocket Mortgage Classic (via PointsBet)

+700: Bryson DeChambeau

+1300: Patrick Reed

+1500: Hideki Matsuyama

+1600: Webb Simpson

+2200: Will Zalatoris

+2500: Jason Day, Jason Kokrak, Joaquin Niemann

+2800: Matthew Wolff

+3000: Charley Hoffman, Kevin Kisner, Sungjae Im

+4000: Bubba Watson, Rickie Fowler, Gary Woodland, Cameron Tringale, Keegan Bradley, Emiliano Grillo, Garrick Higgo

+5000: Si Woo Kim, Max Homa, Doc Redman

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+6000: Alex Noren, Brendon Todd

+6600: Phil Mickelson, Maverick McNealy

+7000: Lucas Glover, Danny Willett, Sepp Straka

+8000: Brandt Snedeker, Kyle Stanley, Chris Kirk, Lanto Griffin, Cameron Davis, Harold Varner III, Erik van Rooyen

+9000: Chez Reavie, Adam Hadwin

+10000: Pat Perez, Luke List, Ryan Armour, Patton Kizzire, Troy Merritt, Kramer Hickok, Sebastian Munoz, Doug Ghim

+12500: Charles Howell III, Brice Garnett, Andrew Putnam, Tom Lewis, Russell Knox, Patrick Rodgers, K.H. Lee, Mackenzie Hughes, Mark Hubbard, Joel Dahmen, Hank Lebioda

+15000: Henrik Norlander, Michael Thompson, Martin Laird, Kevin Chappell, Rafael Cabrera-Bello, Brian Stuard, Scott Stallings, Beau Hossler, Adam Long, Bo Hoag, Nate Lashley, Matthew NeSmith, Satoshi Kodaira, Cameron Champ, Richy Werenski

+20000: Vaughn Taylor, Danny Lee, Rory Sabbatini, Camilo Villegas, Jimmy Walker, Scott Piercy, Nick Taylor, Dylan Frittelli, Byeong-Hun An, James Hahn, Joseph Bramlett, Tom Hoge, Robert Streb, Chesson Hadley, Chase Seiffert, Harry Higgs, Denny McCarthy, Vincent Whaley, Austin Eckroat, Will Gordon

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Will Gray

Will Gray is the Manager of College Sports & Golf Content for NBC Sports EDGE. He has covered the PGA Tour since 2013 and regularly contributes golf betting insight and analysis across multiple digital platforms. Gray has been with NBC Sports since 2007 and recently served as a writer, video analyst and podcast host for Golf Channel. You can follow him on Twitter @WillGrayGC