The 2021 LPGA Tour continues this weekend with the Pure Silk Championship at the Kingsmill Resort in Williamsburg, Virginia. It is the last opportunity to get points before the reshuffle of the players’ list, so a great result can be crucial for some players. While players like Brooke Henderson will fight for the victory according to the 2021 LPGA Pure Silk Championship odds.
This will be the 16th edition of the women’s golf tournament at Kingsmill Resort, which succeeded the former PGA Tour event. In 2021 the 72-hole tournament will welcome some of the best women’s golf players who compete for the $1,3 million purse. Including previous winners Lexi Thompson, Ariya Jutanugarn and the 2019 winner, Bronte Law. The English player won her first LPGA Tour title here and will try to defend it now. While other players will aim for a good result to make the list and move up to higher categories. -in order to gain access to further events. Of course, top players like Henderson and Sei Young Kim won’t face such an issue and can fight for the trophy this weekend.
2021 LPGA Pure Silk Championship odds favor top 5 players
Canadian Brooke Henderson won the LA Open last month and seems to be in great form. She missed the next two tour events in Asia and chose to take a rest instead. Which can prove to be a wise decision and give her some advantage over her biggest rivals. The world No5 has great results from this course after finishing as a runner-up in 2019. She also finished in the top 20 on two other occasions. Now online sportsbooks in the US offer the smallest odds, +500 for her victory.
But the winner of this year’s Gainbridge Championship, Nelly Korda can also get the win here. The young American player also finished T3 in the ANA Inspiration and T2 in the Lotte Championship in April. Her recent form explains why she is one of the top favorites in the 2021 LPGA Pure Silk Championship odds. Just like South Korean Sei Young Kim, who is just ahead of Korda in the world ranking in third place. Kim got the same results as Korda in the ANA Inspiration and Lotte Championship. But her last win is from last November when she won the Pelican Women’s Championship. Bookmakers now offer the odds of +600 for both players’ win.
Previous winners Jutanugarn and Thompson are also in the favorites
Thai Ariya Jutanugarn has already won this tournament twice before, in 2016 and 2018. She arrives in great form again after winning the Honda LPGA Thailand event two weeks ago. The world No22 got her 11th LPGA Tour victory on home soil and will aim for another good result in Kingsmill. Especially after a tough two years when she was struggling with her play and didn’t win any title. Now her odds to finish on top is +1100.
While another former winner of the Pure Silk Championship, American Lexi Thompson is also mentioned by online gambling sites in the US. They offer the odds of +1600 for her second victory in the course after 2017. The world No9 got two T2 finishes this season from Gainbridge and the Kia Classic. But she couldn’t finish in the top 10 in her last three events. Thompson also has 11 LPGA Tour wins so far with the last one being from 2019. But she can get back to winning now in one of her strongest courses.