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Updated 2022 Mexico Open Odds, Field: Jon Rahm Heavily Favored Over Gary Woodland, Abraham Ancer

Updated 2022 Mexico Open Odds, Field: Jon Rahm Heavily Favored Over Gary Woodland, Abraham Ancer article feature image
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2022 Mexico Open Odds

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Golfer Odds
Rahm, Jon +400
Woodland, Gary +2000
Ancer, Abraham +2000
Finau, Tony +2200
Wise, Aaron +2500
Tringale, Cameron +2500
Munoz, Sebastian +2800
Na, Kevin +2800
Kirk, Chris +2800
Reed, Patrick +2800
Todd, Brendon +3300
Streelman, Kevin +4000
Knox, Russell +4000
Howell III, Charles +4000
Ghim, Doug +4500
Champ, Cameron +4500
Hubbard, Mark +5000
Rai, Aaron +5000
Jones, Matt +5000
Long, Adam +5000
Moore, Taylor +5500
Riley, Davis +6000
Pan, C.T. +6600
Stallings, Scott +6600
Ortiz, Carlos +6600
Perez, Pat +6600
Griffin, Lanto +6600
Ramey, Chad +7000
Theegala, Sahith +7000
Duncan, Tyler +8000
Poston, J.T. +8000
Lipsky, David +8000
Piercy, Scott +8000
Smalley, Alex +8000
Sigg, Greyson +9000
Rodgers, Patrick +9000
Lahiri, Anirban +9000
Clark, Wyndham +9000
Thompson, Michael +10000
Hickok, Kramer +10000
Streb, Robert +10000
Seiffert, Chase +10000
Bramlett, Joseph +10000
Taylor, Nick +10000
Whaley, Vincent +10000
Lee, Danny +10000
Wu, Dylan +10000
Lashley, Nate +10000
Lebioda, Hank +10000
Garnett, Brice +10000
Wu, Brandon +10000
Svensson, Adam +10000
Stuard, Brian +10000
Armour, Ryan +12500
Putnam, Andrew +12500
Smotherman, Austin +12500
Hahn, James +12500
Grillo, Emiliano +12500
Schenk, Adam +12500
Tarren, Callum +15000
Haas, Bill +15000
Uihlein, Peter +15000
Taylor, Vaughn +15000
Novak, Andrew +15000
Huh, John +15000
Lower, Justin +15000
Martin, Ben +15000
Hoag, Bo +15000
Kitayama, Kurt +15000
Gutschewski, Scott +15000
Hodges, Lee +15000
McDowell, Graeme +15000
Malnati, Peter +15000
Sloan, Roger +15000
Cabrera-Bello, Rafa +15000
Mullinax, Trey +17500
Reavie, Chez +20000
Wallace, Matt +20000
Donald, Luke +20000
Byrd, Jonathan +20000
Baddeley, Aaron +20000
Aphibarnrat, Kiradech +20000
Brown, Scott +20000
Buckley, Hayden +20000
Villegas, Camilo +20000
Wolfe, Jared +20000
Bryan, Wesley +20000
Werenski, Richy +20000
Thompson, Curtis +20000
Tway, Kevin +20000
Kohles, Ben +20000
Jaeger, Stephan +20000
Seung-Yul Noh +20000
Skinns, David +25000
Barjon, Paul +25000
Hagy, Brandon +25000
Dufner, Jason +25000
Flavin, Patrick +25000
Reeves, Seth +30000
Diaz, Roberto +35000
McGreevy, Max +35000
Blaum, Ryan +35000
Sung Kang +35000
Cook, Austin +35000
Gligic, Michael +35000
Kodaira, Satoshi +35000
Gomez, Fabian +35000
Nimmer, Bryson +35000
Wagner, Johnson +50000
Kraft, Kelly +50000
Drewitt, Brett +50000
Trahan, D.J. +50000
Atwal, Arjun +50000
Lingmerth, David +50000
Ernst, Derek +50000
Trainer, Martin +50000
Murray, Grayson +50000
Chalmers, Greg +50000
Johnson, Richard S. +50000
Garrigus, Robert +50000
Ortiz, Alvaro +50000
Hearn, David +50000
Bae, Sangmoon +50000
Knous, Jim +50000
van der Walt, Dawie +50000
Gainey, Tommy +50000
Creel, Joshua +50000
Hensby, Mark +50000
van Pelt, Bo +50000
De la Fuente, Santiago +100000
Every, Matt +100000
Blixt, Jonas +100000
Pettit, Turk +100000
Barnes, Ricky +100000
Pettit, Turk +100000
Barnes, Ricky +100000
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Vedanta Vallarta hosts the first ever Mexico Open this week on the PGA TOUR, with a few of golf’s best looking to regain form with the summer around the corner.

Headlining the field is world No. 2 Jon Rahm, who hasn’t won since last year’s US Open. With another major (the PGA Championship) quickly approaching, this could provide the Spaniard a great opportunity to start finding his elite form against.

Saying Rahm has struggled in 2022 might be a bit harsh. He hasn’t missed a cutie nine starts this year, and he’s finished in the top 20 six times. Rahm’s last start was at the Masters, where he finished T27 and was never in contention.

Also in the field is Ryder Cup winner Tony Finau, who has struggled (compared to their lofty standards) so far in 2022. Finau was in the top 20 in the Official World Golf Rankings (OWGR) at the end of 2021, but he’s now 25th.

A lot of eyes this week will be on the Mexican pair of Abraham Ancer and Carlos Ortiz. Ancer finally got his first PGA TOUR win last August at the FedEx St. Jude, while Ortiz won the 2020 Houston Open.

Ortiz especially needs to find his form. He ended 2021 as the 56th-ranked player in the OWGR but finds himself 87th entering the week. Ortiz has missed his last four cuts — the Arnold Palmer Invitational, PLAYERS, Valspar and RBC Heritage.

One player who will consider himself “in form” is probably Kevin Na, who finished T14 at the Masters and T26 the next week at the RBC Heritage. Prior to that, he advanced to the Round of 16 at the WGC-Dell Match Play in late March.

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The Course

Obviously, there is no historically data to go off in the buildup to the Mexico Open. We do know a couple things, though.

Vedanta Vallarta plays 7,456 yards as a par-71, which means it’s longer than average compared to other tracks regularly seen on the PGA TOUR.

One thing players should be able to expect this week is a lot of fairway to land in. Unlike recent stops throughout Florida, it won’t be as difficult for players to find the short grass off the tee.

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