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Updated 2022 Rocket Mortgage Classic Odds & Picks: 7 Best Bets for Cameron Young, Taylor Pendrith, More

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2022 Rocket Mortgage Classic Odds

Golfer Odds
Patrick Cantlay +1000
Tony Finau +1200
Will Zalatoris +1400
Cameron Young +1800
Max Homa +2200
Cam Davis +3000
Adam Scott +3300
Keegan Bradley +3500
Kevin Kisner +3500
Webb Simpson +3500
Adam Hadwin +4000
Cameron Tringale +4000
Davis Riley +4000
Denny McCarthy +4000
Maverick McNealy +4000
Sahith Theegala +4000
Chris Kirk +4500
Gary Woodland +4500
Mark Hubbard +4500
Joohyung Kim +5000
Kevin Streelman +5000
Russell Henley +5000
Si Woo Kim +5000
Brendan Steele +5500
Scott Stallings +5500
Cameron Champ +6000
Taylor Pendrith +6000
Jason Day +6500
Jhonattan Vegas +6500
Matt Kuchar +6500
Troy Merritt +6500
Adam Svensson +7000
Alex Smalley +7000
Chris Gotterup +7000
Nick Hardy +7500
Ryan Palmer +7500
Wyndham Clark +7500
Danny Willett +8000
Harris English +8000
Luke List +8000
Patrick Rodgers +8000
C.T. Pan +8500
Doug Ghim +8500
Greyson Sigg +8500
Rickie Fowler +8500
Joel Dahmen +9000
Kurt Kitayama +9000
Mackenzie Hughes +9000
Callum Tarren +10000
Michael Thorbjornsen +10000
Stewart Cink +10000
Trey Mullinax +10000
Austin Smotherman +11000
Dylan Frittelli +11000
James Hahn +11000
Michael Gligic +11000
Scott Piercy +11000
Adam Schenk +12500
Beau Hossler +12500
Brandon Wu +12500
David Lipsky +12500
Hank Lebioda +12500
J.J. Spaun +12500
Lee Hodges +12500
Matthias Schwab +12500
Michael Thompson +12500
Nate Lashley +12500
Patton Kizzire +12500
Russell Knox +12500
Tyler Duncan +12500
Brice Garnett +15000
Chesson Hadley +15000
Hayden Buckley +15000
John Huh +15000
Lucas Glover +15000
Matt Wallace +15000
Nick Taylor +15000
Peter Malnati +15000
Sepp Straka +15000
Taylor Moore +15000
Danny Lee +17500
Doc Redman +17500
Justin Lower +17500
Kramer Hickok +17500
Stephan Jaeger +17500
Vince Whaley +17500
Chad Ramey +20000
Charley Hoffman +20000
Garrick Higgo +20000
Joseph Bramlett +20000
Kelly Kraft +20000
Robert Streb +20000
Ryan Armour +20000
Ryan Moore +20000
Sam Ryder +20000
Zach Johnson +20000
Brandon Hagy +25000
Cameron Percy +25000
Chase Seiffert +25000
Rory Sabbatini +25000
Scott Gutschewski +25000
Andrew Novak +30000
Austin Cook +30000
Ben Kohles +30000
Bill Haas +30000
Camilo Villegas +30000
Dylan Wu +30000
Harry Higgs +30000
Henrik Norlander +30000
Jonathan Byrd +30000
Kevin Chappell +30000
Kevin Tway +30000
Roger Sloan +30000
Satoshi Kodaira +30000
Sean O’Hair +30000
Brandon Matthews +35000
Brian Stuard +35000
Cole Hammer +35000
Seung-Yul Noh +35000
Vaughn Taylor +35000
Aaron Baddeley +40000
Ben Martin +40000
Bo Hoag +40000
Luke Donald +40000
Paul Barjon +40000
Ryan Brehm +40000
William McGirt +40000
Andrew Landry +50000
Bo Van Pelt +50000
Jared Wolfe +50000
Joshua Creel +50000
Max McGreevy +50000
Richy Werenski +50000
Seth Reeves +50000
Curtis Thompson +60000
David Skinns +60000
Jim Knous +60000
Kiradech Aphibarnrat +60000
Morgan Hoffmann +60000
Sung Kang +60000
Wesley Bryan +60000
Brian Gay +75000
Dawie van der Walt +75000
Martin Trainer +75000
Nick Watney +75000
Robert Garrigus +75000
Brett Drewitt +100000
Davis Love III +100000
Geoff Ogilvy +100000
Tommy Gainey +100000
Wyatt Worthington II +100000
Ben Cook +150000
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We’re at the point in the PGA TOUR season where every point in the FedEx Cup standings is crucial.

The top 125 will qualify for next month’s FedEx St. Jude, the first playoff event. There will be jockeying for positioning entering that, as well as golfers lower in the standings who will be hoping for a chance to make it to East Lake for the Tour Championship.

This week, the PGA TOUR is in Detroit for the Rocket Mortgage Classic. Cameron Davis is the reigning champion and enters the week in strong form. Patrick Cantlay is the betting favorite, and he’s followed by last week’s winner Tony Finau.

Expect low scores this week, with a long but pretty straight course on the docket for players. This will be the fourth edition of the Rocket Mortgage, and last year’s 18-under was the first winning score not to be 23-under or lower.

Our GolfBet staff has scoured the odds board and identified its favorite picks for the week, from props to longshots to some familiar outright picks.

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2022 Rocket Mortgage Classic Picks

Trey Mullinax — Top 20 (+400)

Jason Sobel: There aren’t many other times (any other times?) during the course of the season when we’ll find a PGA TOUR winner from three weeks earlier served up at +13000 outright odds, especially in a moderate field such as this one. Granted, Mullinax won an alternate-field contest at the Barbasol Championship, but that still points to his form and talent. In fact, I’ve had multiple pros over the past couple of years tell me that Mullinax is one of the best players the general public doesn’t know about.

Now, playing with his card locked up and brimming with confidence, he’s playing with the proverbial house money, which always makes players a bit more dangerous. On a Detroit GC track which caters to big hitters, the man ranked ninth in driving distance this season should have a built-in advantage. I’ll sprinkle a little on his big outright number, but for my best bet, a conservative play on a top-20 finish at 4-1 seems appropriate.

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Greyson Sigg +12000 (FanDuel)

Chris Murphy: I’m digging deep for a longshot this week to add to my card that I wrote up following the 3M Open on Sunday night.

My favorite triple-digit longshot this week is on Greyson Sigg, who I bought on going into the second round of the 3M and while he didn’t climb into contention, he did finish a career best T7 on the week.

We have been waiting for this type of performance from Sigg who really displayed his talent last year on the Korn Ferry Tour, winning twice during that season. He hasn’t quite put it all together on the big TOUR this year, but he has been building that momentum over the past three events. I expect him to build upon his finish at TPC Twin Cities, a very comparable course to this week at Detroit Golf Club, and we may see his name in the mix over the weekend this week for the Rocket Mortgage Classic.

For those of you with access to bet365, you can get Sigg at 140-1 there.

Cameron Young +1800 (BetRivers, BetMGM)

Matt Vincenzi: Young’s enormous talent was on display at the 150th Open Championship a few weeks ago. His second-place finish at St. Andrews was his second top-three finish at a major championship this season, which is impressive for a PGA TOUR rookie.

After taking off the week after The Open, Young heads to Detroit Golf Club, which is a course he should be able to pick apart with his power off the tee. In his past 24 rounds, the 25-year-old ranks first in the field in Strokes Gained: Off the Tee and first in the field in Birdie or Better Gained. With the course likely to be played fairly easy, Young’s ability to make plenty of birdies and eagles will give him a major advantage.

Over the course of his career, Young has gained 17.3 strokes on the field per tournament with his driving distance. Detroit Golf Club has fallen victim to the power of golfers like Bryson DeChambeau, Matthew Wolff, Joaquin Niemann and Cameron Davis, all of whom hit it a long way with the driver.

Driving ability will be of great importance this week, but it isn’t the only factor. To win, Young will need to get hot with the putter, as well. If he can gain another four strokes putting like he did at The Open, he should be the golfer to beat in Detroit.

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Cameron Davis +3500 (DraftKings)

Joshua Perry: 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.

Davis’ best number is at DraftKings, but you can also get him at 33-1 at most other books.

Cameron Champ +7500 (DraftKings)

Derek Farnsworth: There are certainly safer bets on my card this week, but this is the best I have ever felt about a 75-1 ticket.

You don’t have to be a bomber to contend at Detroit Golf Club, but it certainly doesn’t hurt. The fairways are wide, there are four par 5s and four short par 4s.

I like Champ at courses where we can expect him to hit a lot of drivers. He’s first on the PGA TOUR in Driving Distance and fourth in this field in Strokes Gained: Off-the-Tee. He’s not a good putter by any means, but tends to have a lot of spike weeks with the flatstick.

Unlike those who bleed strokes on the greens each week, Champ regularly has outings where he gained five strokes putting on the field.

Champ birdied his last three holes to make the cut on the number last week and then parlayed a nice weekend into a top 20 finish. He should also feel comfortable at this venue, as he’s played this event each of the last three years.

Taylor Pendrith +6500 (Caesars)

Landon Silinsky: Pendrith sets up incredibly well this week.

The recipe for success at this event has been bomb it off the tee and get hot with the putter, evidenced best by both Cam Davis and Bryson DeChambeau winning here. Pendrith fits that mold as he sits 14th on TOUR in Driving Distance and 46th in Birdie or Better percentage.

Pendrith missed three months of action due to a rib injury, but he has since come back strong, finishing 11th at the Barracuda and 13th at the Barbasol. He ranks 11th in Strokes Gained: Tee-to-Green over his past 16 rounds and everything is shaping up for him to shred Detroit Golf Club.

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Taylor Pendrith — Top 20 (+250)

Rob Bolton: Landon says it all here, but I’ll retreat into my usual conservative approach. The Canadian is No. 13 in my Power Rankings at PGATOUR.com.

When a guy sits out even as many as two consecutive weeks, he can be forgotten, but having been sidelined for almost four months, it might surprise the latest comers to this space that Pendrith has fully exempt status. Furthermore, he’s set to qualify for his first FedExCup Playoffs, so his recent play since returning from the fractured rib aligns with his elevated expectations as a rookie.

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