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2022 Sony Open Betting Odds: Cameron Smith Favored To Sweep Hawaiian Swing

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  • Cameron Smith opened as the betting favorite for the 2022 Sony Open in Honolulu.
  • Smith and Bryson DeChambeau headline a field with eight of the world's top-25 players at Waialae Country Club.
  • Check out the opening odds for the tournament below, as well as a player to target early in the week.

2022 Sony Open Odds

Opening Odds via FanDuel.

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Golfer Odds
Cameron Smith +850
Webb Simpson +1500
Sungjae Im +1700
Hideki Matsuyama +1700
Marc Leishman +2200
Kevin Na +2900
Corey Conners +2900
Abraham Ancer +3200
Harris English +3200
Talor Gooch +3600
Kevin Kisner +3600
Matt Jones +3600
Russell Henley +4200
Jason Kokrak +4600
Cameron Davis +4600
Billy Horschel +4600
Seamus Power +4600
Christiaan Bezuidenhout +4600
Si Woo Kim +4600
Erik van Rooyen +5500
Maverick McNealy +5500
Chris Kirk +5500
Brian Harman +5500
Brendan Steele +5500
Keith Mitchell +5500
Ryan Palmer +7500
Charles Howell III +7500
Brendon Todd +7500
Joel Dahmen +7500
Denny McCarthy +7500
Branden Grace +7500
Takumi Kanaya +8000
Keegan Bradley +8000
Matt Kuchar +8000
Tom Hoge +9000
Patton Kizzire +9000
Chez Reavie +9000
Aaron Rai +9000
Stewart Cink +9000
Emiliano Grillo +9000
Robert Streb +12000
Brian Stuard +12000
Zach Johnson +12000
Adam Long +12000
Henrik Norlander +12000
Rory Sabbatini +16000
Keita Nakajima +16000
Michael Thompson +16000
Troy Merritt +16000
K.H. Lee +16000
Brandt Snedeker +16000
Pat Perez +16000
Chad Ramey +16000
Alex Smalley +16000
Hank Lebioda +16000
Max McGreevy +16000
Hayden Buckley +16000
Taylor Pendrith +16000
Tyler Duncan +16000
John Huh +16000
Graeme McDowell +16000
Hudson Swafford +16000
Scott Piercy +16000
Harry Higgs +16000
Ryan Armour +16000
Kramer Hickok +19000
Nick Hardy +19000
J.J. Spaun +19000
Mark Hubbard +19000
Stepan Jaeger +19000
Sahith Theegala +19000
Greyson Sigg +19000
Ryan Moore +19000
Rikuya Hoshino +19000
Adam Schenk +19000
Kyle Stanley +19000
Lucas Glover +19000
Andrew Putnam +19000
Brandon Wu +19000
Davis Riley +21000
Cameron Young +28000
Sung-Hoon Kang +28000
Nate Lashley +28000
David Lipsky +28000
Chan Kim +28000
Roger Sloan +28000
Jim Furyk +28000
J.T. Poston +28000
Kevin Tway +28000
Peter Malnati +28000
Sepp Straka +28000
Chase Seiffert +28000
Camilo Villegas +28000
Hao Tong Li +35000
Dylan Wu +35000
Lee Hodges +35000
Austin Cook +35000
Beau Hossler +35000
Jimmy Walker +35000
Brian Gay +43000
Satoshi Kodaira +43000
Joseph Bramlett +43000
Chesson Hadley +43000
Justin Lower +43000
Seth Reeves +43000
Jim Knous +43000
Richy Werenski +43000
Trey Mullinax +43000
Andrew Novak +43000
Jim Herman +43000
Sam Ryder +43000
Kurt Kitayama +43000
Wesley Bryan +43000
Luke Donald +43000
Adam Svensson +43000
Ben Kohles +55000
Dawie van der Walt +55000
Martin Trainer +55000
David Skinns +55000
Austin Smotherman +55000
Scott Gutschewski +55000
Jerry Kelly +55000
Kevin Chappell +55000
Kelly Kraft +55000
Bill Haas +65000
Curtis Thompson +65000
Paul Barjon +65000
William McGirt +65000
Callum Tarren +65000
Jared Wolfe +65000
Michael Gligic +65000
Brett Drewitt +65000
Joshua Creel +65000
Peter Jung +100000
Garrett Okamura +100000
Parker McLachlin +100000
Kevin Carll +100000

Editor’s note: Bryson DeChambeau withdrew his name from the field on Monday morning.

After a thrilling start to 2022, Cameron Smith is favored to do the Hawaiian double and win the Sony Open for the second time in three years.

The Sony Open is the first full-field event of 2022 at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu. More than half of the field at last week’s 38-player Sentry Tournament of Champions will stick around in Hawaii, including Smith.

Smith (No. 10 in the world) is joined by Harris English (14), Hideki Matsuyama (19), Abraham Ancer (20) Jason Kokrak (22), Billy Horschel (23) and Sungjae Im (24) as top-25 players in this week’s field, all of whom played in the Tournament of Champions.

Twenty three players are doing the doubleheader in Hawaii, going from gorgeous to Kapalua over to the Hawaiian capital, including FedEx Cup points leader Talor Gooch.

Smith won this tournament back in 2020, and the defending champion is Kevin Na, who bested Chris Kirk and Joaquin Niemann by one stroke last year at 21-under par. The Aussie started 2022 ranked 21st but leaped into the top 10 thanks to his win at the Sentry Tournament of Champions.

DeChambeau did not play this tournament Sony last year, while Matsuyama finished tied for 19th. Webb Simpson, who will make his 2022 debut this week, and Marc Leishman tied for fourth, while Horschel also registered a top-10 finish.

Some of GolfBet’s players to watch in 2022 are in the field this week, with Keith Mitchell and Sahith Theegala teeing it up in Honolulu.

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Here’s who one of our GolfBet analysts is targeting earlier in the week:

Shane McNichol: Corey Conners +2800

While many of this week’s participants at the Sony Open are holdovers from last week’s event at Kapalua, many of the new faces in Hawaii this weekend should figure in as contenders this weekend. Among that group, Corey Conners should be seen as one of the favorites to win this week.

In his three previous appearances in this event, Conners has excelled. He’s made the cut all three times with finishes of T39, T12 and T3 at Waialae in the past. Among players in this week’s field, Conners has the second most True Strokes Gained on the course, according to the numbers from Data Golf.

Conners is being offered as low as +1800, which would put him among the tournament’s five favorites. That’s warranted given the way he has played in recent months. Conners hasn’t missed a cut since the Scottish Open in July, with nine straight finishes in the top 40.

Conners opened the week on FanDuel at +3100 and Caesars at +3000. The latter has the best number on him as of 11:30 a.m. ET on Monday morning, which is +2800.

A win at the Sony Open could spark Conners into a breakout year on TOUR, and he should be priced toward the top of the leaderboard.

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