2024 Rocket Mortgage Classic odds: A winless 35-year-old is our long shot in Detroit

Mark Hubbard hits shot at PGA Tour event

Mark Hubbard, who hasn't missed a cut this season, is still seeking his first Tour win.

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The PGA Tour rolls into the Motor City this week for the Rocket Mortgage Classic, and World No. 1 Scottie Scheffler has zero chance of winning because he’s not in the field. Not a single top 10 player will be on hand at Detroit Golf Club, making for an especially wide-open betting week. Here’s our long-shot pick to win, the Rocket Mortgage odds, betting favorites and everything else you need to know.

Against one of the weaker fields of the season, we’re taking Mark Hubbard (+6600) as our long-shot to grab the $1.65 million winner’s check.

Rocket Mortgage odds: Long-shot bet

Though Hubbard has yet to earn a win on Tour, he has been a model of consistency this season, making the cut in all 17 of his starts. Along the way, he has bagged four top-25s and two top-10s, including a T4 at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

If you put $10 on Hubbard to win and he does, you’ll earn $660. For insurance, consider placing additional small wagers on him to finish top 10 and 20. 

Rocket Mortgage Classic odds: The favorites

After falling to Scheffler in a playoff at this past week’s Travelers Championship, Tom Kim is back in action and is the betting favorite at +1200 to win. Cameron Young, who made headlines at the Travelers with a third-round 59, is next on the betting board (+1400) followed by Ashkay Bhatia and Min Woo Lee, both at +2200.

You can see the top 15 in Rocket Mortgage betting odds as of Monday afternoon below, or head over to BetMGM to see the full list of odds and bets for this week.

2024 Rocket Mortgage Classic betting odds (Top 15 and ties)

Tom Kim (+1200)
Cameron Young (+1400)
Ashkay Bhatia (+2200)
Min Woo Lee (+2200)
Aaron Rai (+2800)
Alex Noren (+2800)
Maverick McNealy (+2800)
Taylor Pendrith (+2800)
Keith Mitchell (+3300)
Stephan Jaeger (+3300)
Will Zalatoris (+3300)
Davis Thompson (+4000)
Rickie Fowler (+4000)
Robert Macintyre (+4000)
Adam Svensson (+5000)

Josh Sens

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A golf, food and travel writer, Josh Sens has been a GOLF Magazine contributor since 2004 and now contributes across all of GOLF’s platforms. His work has been anthologized in The Best American Sportswriting. He is also the co-author, with Sammy Hagar, of Are We Having Any Fun Yet: the Cooking and Partying Handbook.