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Blaine Hale odds to win the 2024 Valero Texas Open

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Blaine Hale is heading to TPC San Antonio (Oaks) in San Antonio, Texas this week, as he’ll be one of the many players participating in the Valero Texas Open from April 4-7.

With Hale teeing off this week, there are plenty of different betting markets available for you to bet on him.

Valero Texas Open details and info

Date: April 4-7, 2024
Course: TPC San Antonio (Oaks)
Location: San Antonio, Texas
Previous Winner: Corey Conners

How to watch the Valero Texas Open

Friday: Golf Channel
Saturday: Golf Channel, NBC
Sunday: Golf Channel, NBC

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Hale odds to win the Valero Texas Open

Hale is +100000 to win the Valero Texas Open. If you wagered $10 on Hale to win, you’d get $10010.00 in return.

PGA odds courtesy of BetMGM Sportsbook. Odds updated Tuesday at 8:58 PM ET. For a full list of sports betting odds, access USA TODAY Sports Betting Scores Odds Hub.

Hale odds to finish in the top 5 at the Valero Texas Open

Odds for the Valero Texas Open are available, and Hale listed at +50000 to at least finish in the top five. That means wagering $10 on Hale would give you $5010.00.

Hale odds to finish in the top 10 at the Valero Texas Open

Odds for the Valero Texas Open are available, and Hale is listed at +35000 to at least finish in the top 10. That means betting $10 on Hale would give you $3510.00.

Other betting markets for Hale at the Valero Texas Open

There are many other ways to wager on golf too. For instance, you can pick who will be in front at the end of Round 1, or whether a player will make the cut. Bookmakers also offer odds on 3-ball matchups (three players grouped together, teeing off at the same time) and one-on-one matchups for every golf tournament. Just choose who you think will play better in that particular round; that’s all that matters.

Hale recent performances

Hale has participated in six tournaments this season, with zero top-10 finishes.