The Charles Schwab Challenge Betting Odds, Streaming Live, TV Channel - Round 2

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The Charles Schwab Challenge Betting Odds, Streaming Live, TV Channel – Round 2


After one round of play at the 2023 Charles Schwab Challenge, Harry Hall is in the lead (+1100), shooting an eight-under 62.

Hall shot -8 on Thursday in the first round to take a three-stroke lead over Harris English.

When is the Charles Schwab Challenge and when does it start?

This year’s Charles Schwab Challenge will be held at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas. It will take place from May 25-28.

Where to watch the Charles Schwab Challenge, and what channel is it on?

  • Round 2 Live TV Coverage: Golf Channel

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What to watch for at the Charles Schwab Challenge

The par 70 measures 7,209 yards for this week, which is 78 yards shorter than the average Tour stop over the past 12 months.

As we enter the second round, the bookmakers consider Scottie Scheffler the favorite to finish atop the leaderboard. He is currently seventh in the field with a score of -3. The other contenders according to bookmakers as we enter Round 2 are Hall (-8, first), Max Homa (-3, seventh), English (-5, second) and Sam Burns (-3, seventh).

The Charles Schwab Challenge Betting Odds and Favorites

Name Current Score and Position Odds to Win
Scottie Scheffler -3 (7th) +330
Harry Hall -8 (1st) +1100
Max Homa -3 (7th) +1200
Harris English -5 (2nd) +1400
Sam Burns -3 (7th) +1600
Andrew Putnam -4 (3rd) +2200
Si Woo Kim -3 (7th) +2200
Tom Hoge -4 (3rd) +2500
Rickie Fowler -2 (22nd) +2500
Min Woo Lee -3 (7th) +2800
Russell Henley -2 (22nd) +3000
Cameron Davis -2 (22nd) +3000
Justin Rose -1 (33rd) +3500
Emiliano Grillo -3 (7th) +3500
Byeong-Hun An -3 (7th) +4000
Ryan Fox -3 (7th) +4000
Adam Schenk -4 (3rd) +4500
Robby Shelton -4 (3rd) +5000
Tommy Fleetwood E (51st) +6000
Viktor Hovland +1 (68th) +6000

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