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2022 John Deere Classic Odds & Picks: Target Webb Simpson, Sahith Theegala, More

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2022 John Deere Classic Odds

Adam Hadwin+1000
Webb Simpson+1200
Christiaan Bezuidenhout+2000
Denny McCarthy+2200
Charles Howell III+2200
Sahith Theegala+2500
Maverick McNealy+2500
Brendon Todd+3500
Jason Day+3500
Scott Stallings+3500
Patrick Rodgers+3500
Adam Long+3500
Nick Hardy+4000
Lucas Glover+4000
John Huh+4500
Nick Taylor+4500
Chez Reavie+4500
Cam Davis+4500
C.T. Pan+5500
J.T. Poston+5500
Cameron Champ+5500
Dylan Frittelli+6500
Lanto Griffin+6500
Kevin Streelman+6500
Nate Lashley+6500
Adam Svensson+6500
Martin Laird+7000
Doug Ghim+7000
Anirban Lahiri+7000
Adam Schenk+7000
Mark Hubbard+7000
Emiliano Grillo+8000
Patton Kizzire+8000
Alex Smalley+8000
Sam Ryder+8000
Taylor Pendrith+8000
Hank Lebioda+8000
Steve Stricker+8000
Zach Johnson+10000
David Lipsky+10000
Andrew Putnam+10000
Tyler Duncan+10000
Ryan Armour+10000
Austin Smotherman+11000
Matthias Schwab+11000
Cameron Percy+11000
Stephan Jaeger+13000
James Hahn+13000
Scott Brown+13000
Vaughn Taylor+13000
Scott Piercy+13000
Matt Wallace+13000
Ryan Moore+13000
Rory Sabbatini+13000
Taylor Moore+15000
Grayson Murray+15000
Brandon Wu+15000
Sean O’Hair+15000
Peter Malnati+15000
Ben Martin+15000
Vince Whaley+15000
Christopher Gotterup+15000
Chesson Hadley+15000
Chase Seiffert+15000
Michael Thompson+15000
Charley Hoffman+15000
Andrew Novak+15000
Chad Ramey+15000
Lee Hodges+15000
Hayden Buckley+15000
Kevin Chappell+15000
Kelly Kraft+15000
Brian Stuard+20000
Greyson Sigg+20000
Robert Streb+20000
Jonathan Byrd+20000
Shawn Stefani+20000
Doc Redman+20000
Brandt Snedeker+20000
Joseph Bramlett+20000
Bill Haas+20000
Wesley Bryan+20000
Chris Stroud+20000
Kramer Hickok+20000
Harry Higgs+20000
Brice Garnett+20000
Callum Tarren+20000
Fabian Gomez+25000
Justin Lower+25000
Johnson Wagner+25000
Ben Kohles+25000
William McGirt+25000
Satoshi Kodaira+25000
Trey Mullinax+25000
Michael Gligic+25000
Henrik Norlander+25000
Roger Sloan+25000
Robert Garrigus+30000
Seung-Yul Noh+30000
David Skinns+30000
David Lingmerth+30000
Austin Cook+30000
Andrew Landry+30000
Tommy Gainey+30000
Kevin Tway+30000
Dylan Wu+40000
Brett Drewitt+40000
Richy Werenski+40000
Brandon Hagy+40000
Dawie van der Walt+40000
Seth Reeves+40000
Boo Weekley+40000
Jim Knous+40000
Bo Van Pelt+40000
Paul Barjon+40000
Bo Hoag+40000
Patrick Flavin+40000
Curtis Thompson+40000
Nick Watney+40000
Max McGreevy+40000
Martin Trainer+40000
Mark Hensby+40000
Camilo Villegas+40000
Sung Kang+40000
Aaron Baddeley+40000
Jason Dufner+40000
Scott Gutschewski+40000
Jared Wolfe+40000
Greg Chalmers+40000
Brian Gay+50000
Joshua Creel+50000
John Senden+50000
Quinn Riley+50000
David Hearn+50000
Omar Uresti+50000
Parker McLachlin+50000
Arjun Atwal+50000
Brian Davis+50000
Ricky Barnes+80000
John Merrick+80000
Derek Ernst+80000
Richard Johnson+80000
Sean McCarty+80000
D.J. Trahan+80000
D.A. Points+80000
Ben Crane+80000
Luke Gannon+80000
Kevin Stadler+80000
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Xander Schauffele closed out his first win on TOUR in three plus years as Sahith Theegala struggled to get home on the 72nd hole with a one-shot lead. Theegala was up against the fairway bunker lip after erasing Schauffele’s advantage and taking the lead on the 17th hole, but he was too aggressive and left his approach in the bunker. He then chopped out and hit four as Schauffele watched from the tee box. It undoubtedly freed up the Ryder Cup winner, who took advantage with a comfortable birdie to win the Traveler’s Championship by two.

Now, we head to the John Deere Classic, which has an understandably weak field leading into the co-sanctioned Scottish Open before the final major of the year from St. Andrews. It’ll be slim pickings at the top, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t money to be made with our bets heading into the week. Let’s see who stands out and is carrying some form into the week ahead at TPC Deere Run.

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2022 John Deere Classic Buys

Webb Simpson

It wasn’t the final round on Sunday that Webb Simpson hoped for at the Travelers Championship, but I would argue the week as a whole was still another step in the right direction.

Simpson finished T14 following his missed cut at the U.S. Open. It was his best finish since the RSM Classic back in the fall of 2021, which is an astonishing fact for a player who has been near the top of the game for the past few years.

Simpson comes into the John Deere for his first appearance, but it is a course that should fit his game. He’ll feel right at home being able to hit fairways and greens to find success. My only hesitation is his odds as he may be too short to take the chance because he is definitely one of the top names in the field this week.

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Sahith Theegala

I can’t write an article intended to highlight players coming into the week with good form, without showcasing Theegala’s week at the Travelers. He was the best player in the field over the weekend at TPC River Highlands. Unfortunately, it seemed his inexperience caught up with him on the final hole as he looked to close out his first win on TOUR.

Still, Theegala gained strokes in every category this week, including more than 10 shots on the field tee to green. He has an elite game when he brings it and I wouldn’t expect anything less from him, even off of the brutal finish on Sunday. The concern with Theegala will be his odds. He is likely to be one of the more attractive names this week, meaning we may need to jump early on Monday morning if we want a decent number.

Scott Stallings

We have to dig deep for the last buy heading into the week at the John Deere Classic. Stallings finished T8 at the Travelers and has a good track record at this tournament. He’s posted top-20 finishes in three of his past five trips to the Quad Cities, including one T5.

Stallings is certainly the type of name we could see win an event in this kind of field and although his form has been sporadic of late, it’s good to see him have a nice finish leading into the tournament.

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