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2022 Charles Schwab Challenge Odds, Picks: 2 Outright Bets & 1 DFS Target

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2022 Charles Schwab Challenge Odds

name Odds
Justin Thomas +1100
Scottie Scheffler +1200
Jordan Spieth +1400
Collin Morikawa +1800
Viktor Hovland +2000
Will Zalatoris +2000
Sam Burns +2500
Max Homa +2800
Abraham Ancer +3300
Daniel Berger +3300
Jason Kokrak +3300
Sungjae Im +3300
Tony Finau +3300
Chris Kirk +4000
Davis Riley +4000
Justin Rose +4000
Mito Pereira +4000
Talor Gooch +4000
Tommy Fleetwood +4000
Webb Simpson +4000
Billy Horschel +5000
Brian Harman +5000
Gary Woodland +5000
Harold Varner III +5000
Kevin Na +5000
Sebastian Munoz +5000
C.T. Pan +6600
Maverick McNealy +6600
Patrick Reed +6600
Ryan Palmer +6600
Tom Hoge +6600
Adam Long +8000
Cameron Tringale +8000
Christiaan Bezuidenhout +8000
K.H. Lee +8000
Rickie Fowler +8000
Troy Merritt +8000
David Lipsky +8000
Doug Ghim +8000
Alex Smalley +10000
Cam Davis +10000
Erik van Rooyen +10000
J.J. Spaun +10000
J.T. Poston +10000
Joel Dahmen +10000
Kevin Kisner +10000
Lucas Glover +10000
Lucas Herbert +10000
Matthew NeSmith +10000
Patton Kizzire +10000
Russell Knox +10000
Stewart Cink +10000
Aaron Rai +12500
Brendon Todd +12500
Denny McCarthy +12500
Emiliano Grillo +12500
Ian Poulter +12500
James Hahn +12500
Kevin Streelman +12500
Nate Lashley +12500
Patrick Rodgers +12500
Austin Smotherman +15000
Brandon Wu +15000
Carlos Ortiz +15000
Dylan Frittelli +15000
Kurt Kitayama +15000
Mark Hubbard +15000
Min Woo Lee +15000
Pat Perez +15000
Peter Malnati +15000
Rory Sabbatini +15000
Scott Stallings +15000
Stephan Jaeger +15000
Taylor Moore +15000
Vince Whaley +15000
Greyson Sigg +15000
Chad Ramey +20000
Chez Reavie +20000
Matt Jones +20000
Matthias Schwab +20000
Nick Taylor +20000
Sahith Theegala +20000
Wyndham Clark +20000
Adam Schenk +25000
Beau Hossler +25000
Danny Lee +25000
Michael Thompson +25000
Richard Bland +25000
Robert Streb +25000
Trey Mullinax +25000
Tyler Duncan +25000
Zach Johnson +25000
Adam Svensson +30000
Andrew Putnam +30000
Brandt Snedeker +30000
Charley Hoffman +30000
Doc Redman +30000
Harry Higgs +30000
Kramer Hickok +30000
Lee Hodges +30000
Luke Donald +30000
Paul Barjon +30000
Sam Ryder +30000
Brian Stuard +35000
Garrick Higgo +35000
Kevin Tway +35000
Bill Haas +50000
Camilo Villegas +50000
Hayden Buckley +50000
John Pak +50000
Martin Trainer +50000
Nick Watney +50000
Ryan Brehm +50000
Max McGreevy +50000
Erik Compton +50000
James Piot +50000
T. Strafaci +50000
Martin Trainer +50000
Ty Strafaci +50000
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We have yet to hit a winner since I started writing this weekly betting preview, but that should change soon enough.

When it comes to my betting cards, I’ve had the runner-up each of the last two weeks. If anything, I’d say we are trending in the right direction. After the year’s second major, the PGA TOUR heads back to Texas for the Charles Schwab Challenge.

Unlike the last two weeks, we have plenty of course history and course data to work with for this event. Colonial Country Club has been a regular stop on the PGA TOUR for many years. The course is a par-70 that measures just over 7,200 yards. The course won’t play as difficult as Southern Hills last week, but it does have some teeth. It has ranked in the top 20 in difficulty in each of the last five years and the early-week forecast calls for some heavy wind on Saturday and Sunday.

There isn’t one specific type of golfer that contends at Colonial every year. Many short game specialists have excelled here in the past (Kevin Na, Jordan Spieth, Kevin Kisner, Brian Harman, etc.), but we’ve also seen Daniel Berger and Jason Kokrak in the winner’s circle the last two years. Ultimately, golfers need to keep the ball in play off the tee and be solid with the rest of their game. The greens here are small and tough to hit, which puts an emphasis on the short game.

Before we get into the picks, I should also note that course history here is predictive year in and year out. The golfers that have played well here in the past tend to play well here again. In fact, we haven’t had a first-timer win this event in over 20 years. Trends are made to be broken, but I am avoiding those that are making their first appearance at this event.

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Favorite Bet: Kevin Na +5000

If Na is able to win the Charles Schwab Challenge for the second time in his career, golf Twitter can all celebrate together. He is seemingly one of the more popular bets of the week and you can still find him at +5000 on the FanDuel.

While Na struggles mightily off the tee, a lot of that is negated this week. He has gained over 14 strokes on approach in his last three starts and he might be the best scrambler on the PGA TOUR. The putter can be hit or miss, but we know he’s capable of gaining five or more strokes with the flat-stick on any given week.

Favorite Longshot: Cameron Tringale +10000

While Na is a popular bet this week, I am on Tringale island.

At this point last season, he was a popular DFS value and a popular longshot bet. It seems like everyone has forgotten about him, even though he is starting to flash some consistency.

Tringale has gained on approach in 10 of his last 11 starts, and his skillset matches the course perfectly. His irons are locked in, he’s underrated around the green, and he’s one of the best putters on TOUR on bentgrass greens.

Tringale is still searching for his first win on the PGA TOUR, so I’m backing up this outright bet with a top five bet as well.

Favorite DFS Value: Brian Harman $7,800 DK / $9,500 FD

Harman sticks out like a sore thumb this week when it comes to DFS. He has really turned his driving around this year and has gained over 10 strokes on approach in his last two events. If the driver continues to cooperate and if he gains strokes with his irons, I don’t envision a scenario where he doesn’t pay off this cheap price point. He has an elite short game and he loves it around Colonial. He has made eight straight cuts at this event and all of those finishes ended up being in the top 35.

Good luck this week!

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