2022 Wyndham Championship odds, field: Surprising PGA picks, predictions from model that’s nailed eight majors

After his impressive Memorial Tournament victory, Billy Horschel finished outside the top 20 in two events and missed the cut in two others. He will look to get back on track this week with a strong showing at the 2022 Wyndham Championship in North Carolina. Many of the PGA Tour’s most familiar names aren’t on the court in the final event ahead of the FedExCup playoffs, which could give the 15th-ranked player in the Official World Golf Ranking an opportunity to end the weekend. end in the top 10 of the FedExCup rankings. ahead of next week’s FedEx St. Jude Championship.

Horschel is 20-1 to win in the latest 2022 Wyndham Championship odds listed on Caesars Sportsbook, which isn’t too far off co-favorites Will Zalatoris (16-1) and Shane Lowry (16-1) . Webb Simpson (18-1) and Sungjae Im (20-1) are next on the PGA odds table, while defending champion Kevin Kisner is a long shot at 40-1. Before you lock in your picks for the 2022 Wyndham Championship, be sure to check out the PGA Tour predictions and betting tips from SportsLine’s proven golf model.

The SportsLine-exclusive model, built by DFS pro Mike McClure, has been abuzz since the PGA Tour resumed in June 2020. In fact, the model has risen more than $9,500 on its best bets since the restart, nailing the tournament after tournament.

McClure’s pattern included JT Poston in his best bets to win the 2022 John Deere Classic. That bet reached +5,500, and for the entire tournament, McClure’s best bets returned nearly $1,100. At the 2022 Masters, McClure’s pattern was all over Scottie Scheffler’s first career major championship win heading into the weekend.

Additionally, McClure’s best bets included winning Collin Morikawa at the 2021 Open Championship, even though he was on the 40-1 long shot list. The pattern was also all over Jon Rahm’s first career major championship win (10-1) at the 2021 US Open. Rahm was two shots off the lead heading into the weekend, but the pattern still projected him as the winner.

This same model also managed eight major tournaments entering the weekend. Everyone who followed him saw massive returns.

Now that the 2022 Wyndham Championship field is locked, SportsLine has simulated the tournament 10,000 times, and the results have been startling. Head over to SportsLine now to see the projected standings.

Best Wyndham Championship 2022 Predictions

A major upset the model is claiming at the 2022 Wyndham Championship: Webb Simpson (18-1), a seven-time PGA Tour winner and one of Vegas favorites, fails to win it all and barely cracks the top five . You can understand Simpson’s short odds as he won this tournament in 2011 and has only finished seventh in each of his last five starts at Sedgefield Country Club. However, it was Simpson’s performance this year on tour that made the model skeptical.

The 2012 US Open champion has just one top 10 this year, and he’s missed more cuts (six) than top 25s (four). Simpson will enter Sedgefield in one of the worst runs of his career as his last three events have passed: miss cut, miss cut, 69th place. A big reason for his struggles has been his work on the greens, which was his strength as Simpson ranked in the top 25 in strokes gained: setting each of the last four years. However, it fell out of the top 100 this year, which bodes ill for a course designed by the same architect who designed the Detroit Golf Club, where Simpson finished 69th a week ago.

Another surprise: Russell Henley, a 28-1 long shot, is making a good run for the title. Henley is coming off his best performance since the Sony Open in January, finishing T-10 at the Rocket Mortgage Classic last weekend. Henley hasn’t won a PGA Tour event since 2017 at the Shell Houston Open, but looks set for a big weekend at Sedgefield Country Club.

At the Rocket Mortgage Classic, Henley was at his best on his approach shots, where he leveraged his 1.26 shot-gain average to stay near the top of the leaderboard. This element of his game has been his greatest strength this season, and he ranks second on the circuit in shots won on approach shots among all golfers, with an average of .932. Last weekend he was also particularly strong off the tee and overshot the midfield distance by an average of 7.6 yards and hit the fairways at a rate 14% better than the rest of the field. If he can continue this strong play this weekend, he will be sure to challenge the leaders for a second consecutive event. See who else to choose here.

How to make picks for the 2022 Wyndham Championship

The model targets three other golfers with odds of 28-1 or better who will make surprising runs. Anyone backing those long shots could hit big. You can only see the model choices here.

So who will win the 2022 Wyndham Championship? And what long shots stun the golf world? Discover the 2022 Wyndham Championship odds below, then visit SportsLine to see the projected 2022 Wyndham Championship standings, all from the model who has won eight golf majors, including this year’s Masters.

2022 Wyndham Championship Odds, Pitch

See all the Wyndham Championship 2022 picks, best bets and predictions here.

Will Zalatoris 16-1
Shane Lowry 16-1
Webb Simpson 18-1
Billy Horschel 20-1
Sungjae Im 20-1
Corey Conners 25-1
Russell Henley 28-1
Adam Scott 30-1
Taylor Pendrith 30-1
Justin Rose 35-1
Joo Hyung Kim 35-1
Denny McCarthy 35-1
Davis Riley 35-1
Tyrell Hatton 35-1
If Woo Kim 35-1
Harold Varner III 35-1
Aaron Sage 40-1
Keith Mitchell 40-1
Kevin Kisner 40-1
Brian Harman 45-1
Sebastien Munoz 45-1
Christiaan Bezuidenhout 45-1
Jason Day 45-1
JT Poston 50-1
Jhonattan Vegas 60-1
Kevin Streelman 60-1
Adam Long 70-1
Scott Stallings 70-1
Cameron Champion 70-1
Chris Gotterup 70-1
Marc Hubbard 75-1
Alex Smalley 75-1
Lee Hodges 75-1
Nick Hardy 80-1
CT Casserole 80-1
Joel Dahmen 80-1
BrendonTodd 80-1
Anirban Lahiri 90-1
Martin Laird 90-1
JJ Spaun 90-1
Stewart Cink 90-1
Ricky Fowler 100-1
Aaron Rai 100-1
Greyson Sigg 100-1
Doug Ghim 100-1
Callum Tarren 100-1
Stephan Jäger 100-1
Adam Svensson 100-1
KH Lee 100-1
Adam Schenk 100-1
Patrick Rodgers 100-1
Harris English 100-1
Armor Ryan 100-1
Taylor Moore 100-1
Matthew Ne Smith 125-1
Andrew Putnam 125-1
Vince Whaley 125-1
Russell Knox 125-1
Mackenzie Hughes 125-1
Hank Lebioda 125-1
Patton Kizzire 125-1
Austin Smotherman 125-1
Danny Willet 125-1
Sepp Straka 125-1
Peter Malnati 125-1
Tyler Duncan 125-1
Chad Ramey 125-1
David Lipsky 150-1
Matthias Schwab 150-1
James Hahn 150-1
Danny Lee 150-1
Chez Réavié 150-1
Rory Sabbatini 150-1
Chesson Hadley 150-1
Matt Wallace 150-1
Lucas Glover 150-1
John Huh 150-1
Sam Ryder 175-1
Brice Garnet 175-1
Vaughn Taylor 175-1
Michel Gligic 175-1
Joseph Bramlett 175-1
Scott Piercy 175-1
Cameron Percy 175-1
Hayden Buckley 175-1
Charley Hoffman 175-1
Brandon Wu 175-1
Michael Thompson 200-1
Doc Redman 225-1
Nick Taylor 225-1
Andrew Novak 225-1
Kramer Hickok 225-1
Lower Justin 225-1
Seiffert 250-1 fighter
Seung-Yul No 250-1
Ryan Moore 250-1
Zach Johnson 275-1
Kelly Kraft 275-1
Ben Martin 275-1
Satoshi Kodaira 275-1
Robert Streb 300-1
Scott Brown 300-1
Ben Griffon 300-1
Kevin Chappell 300-1
Paul Barjon 300-1
Austin Cook 300-1
Rafa Cabrera Bello 350-1
Roger Sloan 350-1
Brandon Hagy 350-1
Harry Higgs 350-1
Brian Stuard 350-1
Kevin Tway 400-1
Ben Kohles 400-1
Garrick Higo 400-1
Henrik Norlander 400-1
Jonathan Byrd 400-1
Scott Gutschewski 400-1
Hammer Cole 400-1
Bill Haas 400-1
Kiradech Aphibarnrat 400-1
Ryan Brehm 500-1
Jim Hermann 500-1
Dylan Wu 500-1
Aaron Baddeley 500-1
Richy Werensky 500-1
Curtis Thompson 500-1
Bo Hoag 500-1
Jim Knous 500-1
Seth Reeves 500-1
Wesley Bryan 500-1
Jared Wolfe 500-1
Max McGreevy 500-1
Chris Stroud 500-1
William McGirt 500-1
Jason Dufner 500-1
Camilo Villegas 500-1
Luke Donald 500-1
David Skinns 500-1
Martin 750-1 Trainer
Dawie van der Walt 750-1
Andre Landry 750-1
Sung Kang 750-1
Tommy Gainey 1000-1
Brett Drewitt 1000-1
Brian Gay 1000-1
Joshua Creel 1500-1
Nick Watney 1500-1
Bo Van Pelt 1500-1
Trent Philips 2500-1
Tommy Gibson 2500-1
Davis Love III 2500-1
Ricky Barnes 2500-1

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