The last two winners at Kapalua are listed as co-favorites to claim the Sentry Tournament of Champions this week in Hawaii.
The 2016 champion, Jordan Spieth, and last year's victor, Justin Thomas, are slotted at 6-1 to win the 34-man field event comprised entirely of PGA Tour winners from 2017.
Thomas swept the Hawaiian swing en route to Player of the Year honors in 2017, and is trying to become the first back-to-back winner of the tournament since Geoff Ogilvy in 2009-10.
Dustin Johnson and Rickie Fowler were given the next best odds by Las Vegas bookies, listing the pair at 7-1, followed by Hideki Matsuyama and Brooks Koepka at 10-1.
Jon Rahm, who is making his first appearance on The Plantation Course, enters at 12-1, while Marc Leishman and Patrick Cantlay have a 20-1 shot at the title.
Here are the odds for the rest of the field:
|Si Woo Kim||60-1|
(Odds courtesy: golfodds.com)