2022 John Deere Classic: Webb Simpson, Adam Hadwin Top Odds Board Without Daniel Berger

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  • Adam Hadwin and Webb Simpson are the top two on the odds board for the 2022 John Deere Classic.
  • The duo moved to the top after initial favorite Daniel Berger withdrew due to injury.
  • Check out the latest odds as of Monday night below.

2022 John Deere Classic Odds

Odds via WynnBet.

Webb Simpson+1200
Adam Hadwin+1800
Sahith Theegala+2200
Charles Howell III+2500
Denny McCarthy+2800
Jason Day+3300
Maverick McNealy+3300
Adam Long+3500
Brendon Todd+3500
Christiaan Bezuidenhout+3500
Nick Hardy+3500
Patrick Rodgers+3500
Scott Stallings+3500
Cam Davis+4000
Steve Stricker+4000
J.T. Poston+4500
Adam Schenk+5000
Anirban Lahiri+5000
C.T. Pan+5000
Cameron Champ+5000
Chez Reavie+5000
Doug Ghim+5000
Lucas Glover+5000
Adam Svensson+5500
Kevin Streelman+5500
Taylor Pendrith+5500
Martin Laird+6000
Alex Smalley+6600
Dylan Frittelli+6600
Emiliano Grillo+6600
John Huh+6600
Lanto Griffin+6600
David Lipsky+7000
Tyler Duncan+7000
Mark Hubbard+8000
Nate Lashley+8000
Nick Taylor+8000
Patton Kizzire+8000
Ryan Armour+8000
Andrew Putnam+9000
Christopher Gotterup+9000
Hank Lebioda+9000
Zach Johnson+9000
Austin Smotherman+10000
Joseph Bramlett+10000
Matt Wallace+10000
Matthias Schwab+10000
Michael Thompson+10000
Ryan Moore+10000
Stephan Jaeger+10000
Kramer Hickok+11000
Brandon Wu+12500
Chad Ramey+12500
Chesson Hadley+12500
Hayden Buckley+12500
James Hahn+12500
Lee Hodges+12500
Rory Sabbatini+12500
Sam Ryder+12500
Scott Piercy+12500
Taylor Moore+12500
Ben Martin+15000
Brandt Snedeker+15000
Brice Garnett+15000
Callum Tarren+15000
Charley Hoffman+15000
Chase Seiffert+15000
Doc Redman+15000
Grayson Murray+15000
Greyson Sigg+15000
Kevin Chappell+15000
Scott Brown+15000
Vaughn Taylor+15000
Vince Whaley+15000
Bill Haas+17500
Peter Malnati+17500
Robert Streb+17500
Andrew Novak+20000
Brian Stuard+20000
Harry Higgs+20000
Jonathan Byrd+20000
Justin Lower+20000
Kelly Kraft+20000
Sean O'Hair+20000
Trey Mullinax+20000
Wesley Bryan+20000
William McGirt+20000
Henrik Norlander+22500
Andrew Landry+25000
Austin Cook+25000
Brian Gay+25000
Cameron Percy+25000
David Lingmerth+25000
Fabian Gomez+25000
Paul Barjon+25000
Roger Sloan+25000
Scott Gutschewski+25000
Chris Stroud+27500
Aaron Baddeley+30000
Ben Kohles+30000
Brandon Hagy+30000
Camilo Villegas+30000
Chris Naegel+30000
D.J. Trahan+30000
Dylan Wu+30000
Jim Knous+30000
Kevin Tway+30000
Mark Hensby+30000
Michael Gligic+30000
Satoshi Kodaira+30000
Sung Kang+30000
Seung-Yul Noh+35000
Brett Drewitt+40000
David Skinns+40000
Jason Dufner+40000
Seth Reeves+40000
Bo Hoag+50000
Curtis Thompson+50000
David Hearn+50000
Dawie van der Walt+50000
Jared Wolfe+50000
Jonas Blixt+50000
Joshua Creel+50000
Martin Trainer+50000
Max McGreevy+50000
Nick Watney+50000
Patrick Flavin+50000
Quinn Riley+50000
Richy Werenski+50000
Robert Garrigus+50000
Shawn Stefani+50000
Ben Crane+75000
Bo Van Pelt+75000
Boo Weekley+75000
Charles Jahn+75000
D.A. Points+75000
Greg Chalmers+75000
Johnson Wagner+75000
Matt Every+75000
Nathan Petronzio+75000
Preston Stanley+75000
Ricky Barnes+75000
Ryan Brehm+75000
Arjun Atwal+100000
Brian Davis+100000
Derek Ernst+100000
John Merrick+100000
John Senden+100000
Kevin Stadler+100000
Luke Gannon+100000
Omar Uresti+100000
Parker McLachlin+100000
Richard S. Johnson+100000
Ryuji Imada+100000
Sean McCarty+100000
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While the PGA TOUR’s elite turns its sights toward the Open Championship, the John Deere Classic offers a big chance for players to make a big impact on the FedEx Cup race.

With Daniel Berger's withdrawal on Monday morning, Adam Hadwin is the new betting favorite at DraftKings. He's followed by TOUR veteran Webb Simpson, who is atop the board at BetMGM and FanDuel.

Hadwin has four top-10s this year, including at the PLAYERS Championship and U.S. Open. He held the first-round lead at The Country Club last month before finishing T7. The Canadian has made four straight PGA TOUR cuts and is 45th in the FedEx Cup standings and 80th in the Official World Golf Rankings.

Simpson has dealt with injuries throughout 2022 and will no doubt be using this tournament as a chance to make up some ground in the FedEx Cup race, in which he ranks 104th. Simpson ranks 58th in the Official World Golf Rankings after starting the year at 27th.

This week will hopefully be a good chance to get more acquainted with some of the TOUR’s young talent, players like Maverick McNealy and Sahith Theegala.

McNealy has been a cut-making machine in 2022, making the weekend in 11 of his 14 starts this year. The problem has been his inability to contend. The 26-year-old has just one top-10 result, a T7 at the Genesis Invitational in February, and he wasn’t fighting for a title that week.

Theegala has found himself toward the top of leaderboards this year. He infamously got a very unlucky bounce on the 16th hole on Sunday at the Waste Management Open as the leader, leading to him settling for a T3. He recently finished T5 at the Memorial and put together a strong showing at the Travelers, although his 72nd-hole double bogey will overshadow that.

Brendon Todd opened the week at 33-1 on BetMGM. He’s another player, like Adam Long at the same number, who has been playing well of late but wouldn’t normally get a number that low next to his name on odds boards. Todd has two top-10s since the start of April, and he was T13 at the RBC Canadian Open.

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Course Preview

Don’t expect TPC Deere Run to put up much of a fight to players.

Since Steve Stricker began his run of back-to-back-to-back wins in 2009, only three winners of this tournament have failed to score 20-under par or better. Those three players were Jordan Spieth back in 2013 (19-under), Bryson DeChambeau in ’17 (18-under) and Lucas Glover last year (19-under).

Deere Run plays as a par-71, just shy of 7,300 yards. It’s such a scoring paradise because of its wide fairways, which allow players to be pretty aggressive off the tee.

With the low scores, players who can get birdies together in bunches will obviously thrive. Entering last year's tournament, 12 of the 18 holes had a historically under-par average. Whoever can be dialed in on approach and have a strong week with the putter will likely thrive.

Past Winners

Stricker is in the field this week. He isn’t likely to add a fourth John Deere Classic win to his mantle, but his run from 2009-11 was incredible for any TOUR player at one tournament. He went 20-under, 26-under and 22-under to claim three straight wins in the Quad Cities.

As mentioned Spieth and DeChambeau have wins here, with the former having done in twice in 2013 and ’15.

Last year, Lucas Glover bested Ryan Moore and Kevin Na by two strokes. The tournament was canceled in 2020 because of the pandemic. Dylan Frittelli won in 2019 at 21-under, and Michael Kim set a course record with a stellar 27-under showing back in 2018 for an eight-stroke win.

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