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Charles Schwab Challenge 2022: Early Odds & 3 Betting Picks, Including Tommy Fleetwood

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  • Scottie Scheffler and Justin Thomas are atop the odds board for the 2022 Charles Schwab Challenge.
  • Following the PGA Championship, Chris Murphy is targeting three players early in the week.
  • Check out his three picks for this week at Colonial below.
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2022 Charles Schwab Challenge Odds

Golfer Odds
Scottie Scheffler +950
Justin Thomas +1200
Jordan Spieth +1400
Collin Morikawa +1700
Viktor Hovland +1800
Will Zalatoris +2100
Max Homa +2400
Sam Burns +2600
Tommy Fleetwood +3000
Abraham Ancer +3000
Daniel Berger +3700
Sungjae Im +3700
Tony Finau +3700
Talor Gooch +3700
Webb Simpson +4200
Davis Riley +4200
Jason Kokrak +4200
Chris Kirk +4200
Billy Horschel +4200
Justin Rose +4500
Gary Woodland +4500
Mito Pereira +4500
Kevin Na +5000
Sebastian Munoz +5000
Harold Varner III +5500
Brian Harman +5500
Bubba Watson +5500
Patrick Reed +5500
Tom Hoge +5500
Rickie Fowler +6500
Bryson DeChambeau +6500
Maverick McNealy +6500
C.T. Pan +6500
Kevin Kisner +8000
Ryan Palmer +8000
Lucas Herbert +8000
Russell Knox +9500
Adam Long +9500
David Lipsky +9500
Erik van Rooyen +9500
Christiaan Bezuidenhout +9500
Cameron Tringale +9500
Cameron Davis +10000
K.H. Lee +10000
J.T. Poston +10000
Sahith Theegala +11000
Troy Merritt +11000
Kurt Kitayama +11000
Doug Ghim +11000
Nate Lashley +11000
Aaron Rai +11000
Patton Kizzire +11000
Sepp Straka +11000
Matthew NeSmith +11000
Ian Poulter +11000
Kevin Streelman +11000
Stewart Cink +11000
Joel Dahmen +12000
Matt Jones +12000
Dylan Frittelli +12000
Denny McCarthy +12000
Brandon Wu +12000
Brendon Todd +12000
Charl Schwartzel +12000
Lucas Glover +12000
J.J. Spaun +12000
James Hahn +13000
Patrick Rodgers +14000
Stephan Jaeger +16000
Pat Perez +16000
Rory Sabbatini +16000
Matthias Schwab +16000
Mark Hubbard +16000
Peter Malnati +16000
Richard Bland +16000
Alex Smalley +16000
Emiliano Grillo +16000
Austin Smotherman +17000
Min Woo Lee +17000
Taylor Moore +19000
Scott Stallings +19000
Chez Reavie +19000
Carlos Ortiz +19000
Danny Lee +21000
Zach Johnson +21000
Nick Taylor +21000
Chad Ramey +21000
Luke Donald +21000
Wyndham Clark +23000
Doc Redman +25000
Garrick Higgo +25000
Brian Stuard +28000
Adam Svensson +28000
Charley Hoffman +28000
Brandt Snedeker +28000
Beau Hossler +28000
Adam Schenk +28000
Michael Thompson +32000
Tyler Duncan +32000
Sam Ryder +32000
Harry Higgs +32000
Robert Streb +32000
Lee Hodges +32000
Kramer Hickok +32000
Trey Mullinax +32000
Paul Barjon +42000
Andrew Putnam +42000
Hayden Buckey +42000
Vincent Whaley +42000
John Pak +50000
Nick Watney +50000
Bill Haas +50000
Max McGreevy +50000
Kevin Tway +50000
James Piot +50000
Camilo Villegas +50000
Erik Compton +50000
Ryan Brehm +50000
Martin Trainer +50000
Ty Strafaci +50000

Justin Thomas pulled out an improbable win on Sunday at the PGA Championship to capture the second major of his career and his second PGA title.

JT was the best player on the course of the last few tee times as nearly everyone in the final pairings struggled getting home. That includes leader Mito Pereira, who made the ultimate mistake off the tee on his 72nd hole and wound up with a double bogey. Thomas would go on from there to defeat Will Zalatoris in a three-hole aggregate playoff.

The TOUR now heads back to Texas for its annual stop at Colonial Country Club for the Charles Schwab Challenge. There are a surprising number of top-tier players set to tee it up this week, including Thomas, who may be iffy to actually make that appearance. Still, half of the top-10 players in the world are set to play, including Thomas, which makes for a rare intriguing week following a major.

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Early Charles Schwab Challenge Buys

Tommy Fleetwood

It would be easy to start with Jordan Spieth as he is a clear good bet on this course and at any event in Texas. Rather than go with the obvious, I’ll start with Fleetwood, who finished T5 at the PGA Championship.

Fleetwood fired a final-round 67 to climb to 3-under on the week and finish strongly. This is a course that should fit Fleetwood’s game since he’s accurate off the tee and strong on approach. He should be carrying plenty of positive momentum in those metrics after gaining strokes on the field in all categories last week.

We are all looking for Fleetwood to finally breakthrough for a win in the US, and this is certainly a course that could be a fit for that first win. He hasn’t played this event in the past, which I am hopeful will lead to some solid opening odds on Monday morning.

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Justin Rose

Rose was really good at the PGA Championship, and I am hoping he slips through the cracks going into the Charles Schwab Classic.

The Englishman was much better than many may realize, especially with the all important irons, which stand out in a big way at Colonial Country Club. Rose finished ninth in the field on approach at the PGA and he really found that grove over the weekend.

Rose gained 3.96 shots on approach against the field across the final two rounds, including 1.73 strokes gained during his 2-under 68 on Sunday, which allowed him to climb to a T13 finish.

I’ll be looking for Rose immediately once odds are released since he’ll gain steam quickly off of this strong play and his fantastic course history at this event. I expect to see his odds drop in a hurry if anyone hangs a good number on him.

Davis Riley

We saw quite a bit of Riley over the weekend at the PGA Championship, during which he lingered inside the top 20 most of the time. He ultimately shot a 1-over 71 on Sunday to drop back to even par for the week and a T13 finish.

Still, Riley has proven to be another player on the list of upcoming young players on TOUR and his third straight top 15 confirms that further.

Riley ranked fifth in the PGA Championship field in Strokes Gained: Approach and seventh in Strokes Gained: Off-the-Tee. He’ll be carrying great form with his ball-striking into a week where irons are key and he should have plenty of confidence in his ability to contend at this level.

I’m hopeful we can still get some long odds on the young Riley — especially with the strength of the field at the top — as he looks close to earning first TOUR win.

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