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2022 Fortinet Championship Odds & Sleeper Picks: 5 Longshots to Bet, Featuring Joel Dahmen, Beau Hossler & Justin Suh

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  • The Fortinet Championship is wide open, and that means there's potential value on longshots to win in Napa.
  • Our analyst is targeting five sleeper bets to win outright at Silverado Resort and Spa.
  • Check out Shane McNichol's picks and analysis below.
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Player Odds
Max Homa +1600
Hideki Matsuyama +2000
Corey Conners +2200
Maverick McNealy +2800
Taylor Pendrith +2800
Sahith Theegala +3000
Cam Davis +3300
Davis Riley +3500
Taylor Montgomery +3500
Emiliano Grillo +4000
Justin Suh +4000
Cameron Champ +4500
Brendan Steele +5000
Gary Woodland +5000
Jason Day +5500
Tom Hoge +5500
Trey Mullinax +5500
Alex Noren +6000
Thomas Detry +6000
Webb Simpson +6000
Wyndham Clark +6000
Denny McCarthy +7000
J.J. Spaun +7000
Nick Hardy +7000
Taylor Moore +7000
Troy Merritt +7500
Andrew Putnam +8000
Chris Kirk +8000
Kevin Streelman +8000
Luke List +8000
Patrick Rodgers +8000
Adam Long +9000
Alex Smalley +9000
Charley Hoffman +9000
Joseph Bramlett +9000
Matt Kuchar +9000
Austin Eckroat +10000
Beau Hossler +10000
Brandon Wu +10000
Callum Tarren +10000
Carl Yuan +10000
Chris Gotterup +10000
Lee Hodges +10000
Mark Hubbard +10000
Martin Laird +10000
Michael Gligic +10000
Michael Kim +10000
Rickie Fowler +10000
Robby Shelton +10000
Stewart Cink +10000
Will Gordon +10000
Adam Svensson +11000
Chez Reavie +11000
David Lipsky +11000
Harris English +11000
Adam Schenk +12500
Chesson Hadley +12500
Dylan Frittelli +12500
James Hahn +12500
Joel Dahmen +12500
John Huh +12500
MJ Daffue +12500
Matthew NeSmith +12500
S.H. Kim +12500
Sam Stevens +12500
Stephan Jaeger +12500
Tyler Duncan +12500
Zecheng Dou +12500
Brendon Todd +15000
Byeong Hun An +15000
Danny Lee +15000
Danny Willett +15000
Davis Thompson +15000
Doc Redman +15000
Doug Ghim +15000
Greyson Sigg +15000
Harry Hall +15000
Hayden Buckley +15000
Lucas Glover +15000
Mackenzie Hughes +15000
Matt Wallace +15000
Matti Schmid +15000
Patton Kizzire +15000
Russell Knox +15000
Ryan Armour +15000
Sam Ryder +15000
Vince Whaley +15000
Augusto Nunez +17500
Austin Smotherman +17500
Ben Martin +17500
C.T. Pan +17500
Justin Lower +17500
Michael Thompson +17500
Nate Lashley +17500
Peter Malnati +17500
Brent Grant +20000
Cameron Percy +20000
Henrik Norlander +20000
Kevin Roy +20000
Kevin Yu +20000
Scott Piercy +20000
Vincent Norrman +20000
Zac Blair +20000
Austin Cook +22500
Ben Taylor +22500
Brice Garnett +22500
Erik Barnes +22500
Matthias Schwab +22500
Paul Haley II +22500
Robert Streb +22500
Chad Ramey +25000
Kelly Kraft +25000
Nick Taylor +25000
Philip Knowles +25000
Ben Griffin +27500
Brandon Hagy +27500
David Lingmerth +27500
Kevin Chappell +27500
Ryan Moore +27500
Brandon Matthews +30000
Garrick Higgo +30000
Kramer Hickok +30000
Nico Echavarria +30000
Seung-Yul Noh +30000
Brandt Snedeker +35000
Brian Stuard +35000
Kevin Tway +35000
Scott Harrington +35000
Aaron Baddeley +40000
Chris Stroud +40000
Eric Cole +40000
Harrison Endycott +40000
Jimmy Walker +40000
John Augenstein +40000
Max McGreevy +40000
Richy Werenski +40000
Sung Kang +40000
Tano Goya +40000
Anders Albertson +50000
Carson Young +50000
Dylan Wu +50000
Harry Higgs +50000
Jim Herman +50000
Ryan Brehm +50000
Trevor Cone +50000
Andrew Landry +60000
Kyle Stanley +60000
Kyle Westmoreland +60000
Tyson Alexander +60000
Jason Dufner +75000
Nick Watney +75000
Trevor Werbylo +75000
Alex Lee +100000
Jacob Bridgeman +100000
Taylor Lowe +100000
Scott de Borba +200000

 

A new PGA Tour season dawns amidst the chaos of the splintering golf world. For bettors, that makes things interesting throughout the fall swing.

This will be the final year the PGA Tour uses the fall schedule as part of its year-long wraparound season as major changes are coming the schedule next year.

The Fortinet Championship marks the start of the marathon chase for the FedEx Cup and an opportunity for the Tour’s rookies and lower-tier players. It’s also an opportune time for bettors to look for dark-horse winners.

The re-stocked and re-shuffled PGA Tour cards give plenty of new and emerging players a chance to win. Let’s find a few that make sense as outright picks in Napa this weekend.

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Taylor Montgomery +5000 and Justin Suh +6500 (DraftKings)

Every year, the rookies elevated from the Korn Ferry Tour to the PGA TOUR enter the fray having played great golf to close the summer. That routinely leads to them hovering near the top of the leaderboard and earning wins in the fall.

This year, the two prime names to watch in that space are Montgomery and Suh. The 27-year-old Montgomery is red hot, having finished in the top 10 of all four Korn Ferry Tour events he played after July 4th. Montgomery made 16 Korn Ferry Tour starts this year and missed just three cuts. He also scored 12 finishes in the top 15. That kind of consistency translates well to the next level.

Suh similarly showed promise on the Korn Ferry Tour, nabbing 16 top 20s over his past 20 events and finishing with a victory at the Korn Ferry Tour Championship. Best of all, he’s seen Silverado North before, having played this event last year, during which he made the cut thanks to three under-par rounds.

Chez Reavie +8000 (Parx)

Reavie won on TOUR last year and there’s no reason to think he can’t kick this season off with another victory.

He brings a wealth of experience to this venue as he’s tied for the most rounds at Silverado North in the field. He’s made eight cuts in his eight career starts at this event, including three top 20s and a top-5 finish (T3 in 2021).

Reavie hasn’t missed a cut since the John Deere Classic in July and knows this course well. This is the type of event he can win.

Beau Hossler +13000 (DraftKings)

Throughout the 2022 FedEx Cup season, Hossler played the kind of high-variance golf that can lead to a win.

He was up and down, but his ups showed promise. His good weeks led to strong results, with seven finishes of T21 or better. His great weeks put him in position to win with the right break or a hot putter down the stretch. He finished third at Pebble Beach at was T4 at the Valero Texas Open.

If he continues to give himself chances every once in a while, Hossler will steal a win at some point. Against this week’s field, he has a chance. He was T23 here two years ago and posted a strong T16 last season.

Joel Dahmen +18000 (DraftKings)

Dahmen would be the first to tell you the end of his 2022 FedEx Cup Season wasn’t great. He hasn’t had a top-65 finish since his T10 at the US Open and hasn’t posted a top 5 on the PGA TOUR yet in 2022.

However, against a field like the one teeing it up in Napa this weekend, Dahmen is too good of a player to be offered at odds like this. He has a prior win on TOUR, two other professional wins and multiple top 10s in major championships.

Having not played in a month, I expect to see Dahmen shake off the rust and outperform expectations this weekend. Even if his outright odds don’t catch your eye, Dahmen being offered at +1200 to finish in the top 10 is a must bet.

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