John Deere Classic Odds: Company Employee Is Latest Longshot To Play Alongside PGA Golfers

The John Deere Classic returns to the PGA TOUR schedule this week after last year’s tournament was canceled amid the COVID-19 pandemic. This year’s tournament marks the 50th anniversary of the event, which has had 18 first time winners and many longshot golfers cash in. That includes 2013 winner Jordan Spieth, who was a teenager and became the youngest PGA TOUR champion in 80 years.

The defending champion is 2019 winner Dylan Frittelli, who won his first PGA TOUR event as a huge longshot and defeated runner-up and 100/1 longshot Russell Henley. Three-time John Deere Classic winner Steve Stricker will play again, and he’s the 2021 Ryder

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