2022 Rocket Mortgage Classic Odds, Expert Picks: Cameron Davis Among 6 Outright Bets

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2022 Rocket Mortgage Classic Odds

Patrick Cantlay+900
Tony Finau+1400
Will Zalatoris+1600
Cameron Young+1800
Max Homa+2500
Cam Davis+3300
Denny McCarthy+3300
Keegan Bradley+3300
Maverick McNealy+3300
Webb Simpson+3300
Adam Hadwin+4000
Adam Scott+4000
Cameron Tringale+4000
Davis Riley+4000
Kevin Kisner+4000
Mark Hubbard+4000
Sahith Theegala+4000
Chris Kirk+4000
Emiliano Grillo+5000
Gary Woodland+5000
Joohyung Kim+5000
Russell Henley+5000
Scott Stallings+5000
Taylor Pendrith+5000
Brendan Steele+6600
Cameron Champ+6600
Kevin Streelman+6600
Matt Kuchar+6600
Si Woo Kim+6600
Troy Merritt+6600
Alex Smalley+6600
Chris Gotterup+6600
Adam Svensson+8000
C.T. Pan+8000
Callum Tarren+8000
Danny Willett+8000
Doug Ghim+8000
Greyson Sigg+8000
James Hahn+8000
Jason Day+8000
Jhonattan Vegas+8000
Luke List+8000
Nick Hardy+8000
Patrick Rodgers+8000
Ryan Palmer+8000
Wyndham Clark+8000
Mackenzie Hughes+8000
Austin Smotherman+10000
Hank Lebioda+10000
Harris English+10000
Joel Dahmen+10000
Kurt Kitayama+10000
Michael Gligic+10000
Rickie Fowler+10000
Stewart Cink+10000
Chesson Hadley+12500
Dylan Frittelli+12500
Lee Hodges+12500
Matt Wallace+12500
Matthias Schwab+12500
Michael Thompson+12500
Michael Thorbjornsen+12500
Nate Lashley+12500
Patton Kizzire+12500
Scott Piercy+12500
Trey Mullinax+12500
Tyler Duncan+12500
Adam Schenk+15000
Brandon Wu+15000
Brice Garnett+15000
Danny Lee+15000
David Lipsky+15000
Hayden Buckley+15000
J.J. Spaun+15000
John Huh+15000
Justin Lower+15000
Kelly Kraft+15000
Lucas Glover+15000
Nick Taylor+15000
Peter Malnati+15000
Russell Knox+15000
Scott Gutschewski+15000
Sepp Straka+15000
Taylor Moore+15000
Vince Whaley+15000
Beau Hossler+15000
Cameron Percy+20000
Doc Redman+20000
Robert Streb+20000
Ryan Armour+20000
Stephan Jaeger+20000
Austin Cook+25000
Ben Kohles+25000
Bill Haas+25000
Bo Hoag+25000
Chad Ramey+25000
Charley Hoffman+25000
Chase Seiffert+25000
Garrick Higgo+25000
Jonathan Byrd+25000
Joseph Bramlett+25000
Kramer Hickok+25000
Rory Sabbatini+25000
Ryan Moore+25000
Sam Ryder+25000
Sean O'Hair+25000
Zach Johnson+25000
Andrew Novak+30000
Brandon Hagy+30000
Brandon Matthews+30000
Dylan Wu+30000
Harry Higgs+30000
Henrik Norlander+30000
Kevin Chappell+30000
Kevin Tway+30000
Paul Barjon+30000
Satoshi Kodaira+30000
Seung-Yul Noh+30000
Brian Stuard+35000
Camilo Villegas+35000
Roger Sloan+35000
Vaughn Taylor+35000
Aaron Baddeley+40000
Ben Martin+40000
Cole Hammer+40000
Luke Donald+40000
Andrew Landry+50000
Bo Van Pelt+50000
Curtis Thompson+50000
David Skinns+50000
Dawie van der Walt+50000
Jared Wolfe+50000
Jim Knous+50000
Joshua Creel+50000
Kiradech Aphibarnrat+50000
Martin Trainer+50000
Max McGreevy+50000
Morgan Hoffmann+50000
Nick Watney+50000
Richy Werenski+50000
Ryan Brehm+50000
Seth Reeves+50000
Wesley Bryan+50000
William McGirt+50000
Brett Drewitt+75000
Brian Gay+75000
Sung Kang+75000
Davis Love III+100000
Geoff Ogilvy+100000
Tommy Gainey+100000
Wyatt Worthington II+100000
B. Cook+200000
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It was a weird week at the 3M. We had Emiliano Grillo near the top of the leaderboard all week, but it never really felt like he was in position to win it.

A bunch of chaos led to him going from four down to Scott Piercy to four down to Tony Finau in a matter of a couple holes, and he ultimately ended up in second place.

We keep moving forward now to the Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit. As expected, most of the stars are away again with the FedEx Cup looming, so it's another prime opportunity for some lower-tiered guys to lock up status this week.

The Course

Detroit Golf Club measures out to 7,340 yards for a par 72. The Donald Ross design has played pretty easy so far. Nate Lashley won at 25-under and Bryson DeChambeau followed up at 23-under. Then, Cameron Davis won a three-man playoff at 18-under over Troy Merritt and Joaquin Niemann.

Lashley and DeChambeau couldn’t be more opposite golfers, so it’s tough to really draw a real fit early on for this course.

Obviously an elite bomber like DeChambeau can win anywhere when his game is on. And with Matthew Wolff right behind him last year, it showed that length is definitely a benefit. Davis is on the longer side, as well.

But with Lashley’s win — along with players like Kevin Kisner, Adam Hadwin and Ryan Armour finishing in the top five in the past — the shorter guys can also play well here.

Overall this week, I’ll be looking at strong approach games — coupled with guys who can get a hot putter — because we’ll likely need someone to roll in 25 birdies to win.

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The Favorites

Patrick Cantlay makes his debut here as the favorite at +1100. Form has been great for him, so it's no surprise. He's finished inside the top 15 in five straight events, and prior to that, he won the Zurich Classic with Xander Schauffele.

Below him are last week's winner Tony Finau and Will Zalatoris at +1600. Both have played here once and made the cut, but finished outside the top 50. The form is in a better spot for both this time around though, so I'd expect a better finish.

But I'd look more toward Cantlay than these two if you wanted to bet the top of the board. Why? Because he has the better putter for these birdie fests.

Max Homa and Cameron Young make up the rest of this range in the +2000s. Homa has played here a couple times, but finished outside the top 20 in both instances. Young will be making his debut, fresh off his runner-up finish at The Open. I'd imagine, in this range, he'll be the most popular play.

Photo by Oisin Keniry/R&A/R&A via Getty Images. Pictured: Patrick Cantlay

The Mid-Tier

I'll open here with Cameron Davis at +3500 on DraftKings. I can't remember the last time — if ever — I've bet a defending champ to repeat, but I'll be going with it here.

Davis is playing too well to ignore right now. He's made his last six cuts, with four finishes of 16th or better mixed in during that run.

His irons are completely dialed in, as well. He's gained ground in nine of his last 10 events and also enters gaining over four strokes on approach in back-to-back events for the first time in 18 months.

The short game is always the concern here, so hopefully the iron play will continue its upward trend and there won't be too many scrambling situations.

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We'll also go to Scott Stallings here at +6000 on BetRivers. Stallings has made the cut in all three appearances here and has finished eighth or better in three of his last five starts.

His results have improved each of the last three years, highlighted by a 25th-place finish in 2021, when he entered on the heels of two missed cuts.

With the form in better shape this time, and a seemingly better feel for the course, he could contend here.

My last play in this range will be Taylor Pendrith at +8000 on bet365. Pendrith is coming off of an injury, but has placed inside the top 15 in both alternate field events while the big names were in the UK.

This will be his first full field event back, but as we mentioned, it's pretty light in terms of stars. Pendrith hits the ball a mile and is usually solid with his irons. Coming off the Korn Ferry Tour, he's someone I thought could put up the type of results that Young or Davis Riley have produced.

He's had time to shake the rust off from his injury, and with decent results in both events, I'm going to take a chance on his overall talent coming through at a decent number. If you don't have access to bet365, Caesars has the next best number on Pendrith at 65-1.

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The Longshots

This has been a decent spot for longshots so far, largely due to the fact that it can become a putting contest. Bryson won as the favorite, but Davis was triple digits and Lashley wasn't even on the board as a late add to the field the day before the tournament.

To start this range off, I'm going back to Callum Tarren again at 130-1 on DraftKings. He's been on my card a couple times recently, and the form continues to remain solid without any change in the odds. He was seventh last week at the 3M and has been inside the top 25 in three of his last four starts.

He's coming off a week where he gained nearly 10 strokes with his ball striking, so we know that part of his game is where it needs to be.

Putting has been average early in his career, but he seems to have something figured out on the greens, where he's gained strokes in seven of his last eight events.

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We'll also go with Hank Lebioda here at 150-1 on BetRivers. Lebioda was fourth here a year ago and has started to play better as the season nears its conclusion. He's made five of his last six cuts, highlighted by a 16th-place finish at the 3M last week.

He always relies heavily on the short game, but his irons have improved lately. He's gained strokes in four of his last five events.

I'm going to take a flyer here on Beau Hossler at 180-1 on DraftKings. I like Hossler's fit because he's long and putts well. He had a good run earlier in the year, contending on a couple of occasions.

The window may have closed on that run of form — since he's missed the last two cuts — but he did finish 25th here last year. That means he's capable of a decent finish.

The Rocket Mortgage Card

  • Cameron Davis +3500 (.94 units)
  • Scott Stallings +6000 (.55 units)
  • Taylor Pendrith +8000 (.41 units)
  • Callum Tarren +13000 (.25 units)
  • Hank Lebioda +15000 (.22 units)
  • Beau Hossler +18000 (.18 units)

Total Stake: 2.55 units

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