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Updated 2022 Waste Management Open Betting Odds: Jon Rahm Favored in Stacked Field

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Player Odds
Jon Rahm +750
Justin Thomas +1200
Patrick Cantlay +1300
Viktor Hovland +1600
Hideki Matsuyama +1700
Jordan Spieth +2000
Daniel Berger +2200
Xander Schauffele +2200
Scottie Scheffler +2500
Brooks Koepka +2800
Sam Burns +3300
Bubba Watson +4000
Louis Oosthuizen +4000
Russell Henley +4000
Tony Finau +4000
Webb Simpson +4000
Seamus Power +4500
Corey Conners +5000
Harold Varner III +5000
Matthew Fitzpatrick +5000
Adam Scott +5500
Talor Gooch +5500
Luke List +6000
Abraham Ancer +6600
Billy Horschel +6600
Harris English +6600
Tom Hoge +6600
Rickie Fowler +7000
Max Homa +7500
Aaron Wise +8000
Keith Mitchell +8000
Andrew D. Putnam +9000
Francesco Molinari +9000
Gary Woodland +9000
Kevin Kisner +9000
Matt Kuchar +9000
Pat Perez +9000
Si Woo Kim +9000
Branden Grace +10000
Brian Harman +10000
Charles Howell III +10000
Charley Hoffman +10000
Denny McCarthy +10000
Joel Dahmen +10000
Keegan Bradley +10000
Adam Hadwin +12500
Alexander Noren +12500
Brendon Todd +12500
Cameron Davis +12500
Carlos Ortiz +12500
Hudson Swafford +12500
Kyoung-Hoon Lee +12500
Lucas Herbert +12500
Mito Guillermo Pereira +12500
Russell Knox +12500
Troy Merritt +12500
Beau Hossler +15000
Brandt Snedeker +15000
Brendan Steele +15000
Chez Reavie +15000
Chris Kirk +15000
Doug Ghim +15000
Dylan Frittelli +15000
Emiliano Grillo +15000
Garrick Higgo +15000
Kevin Streelman +15000
Lucas Glover +15000
Martin Laird +15000
Matt Jones +15000
Matt Wallace +15000
Matthew NeSmith +15000
Michael Thompson +15000
Nate Lashley +15000
Nick Taylor +15000
Patrick Rodgers +15000
Sahith Theegala +15000
Stewart Cink +15000
Wyndham Clark +15000
Zach Johnson +15000
Adam Long +20000
James Hahn +20000
Joseph Bramlett +20000
Patton Kizzire +20000
Scott Stallings +20000
Sebastian Munoz +20000
Adam Schenk +25000
Cheng-Tsung Pan +25000
Danny Lee +25000
Harry Higgs +25000
Henrik Norlander +25000
JT Poston +25000
Kramer Hickok +25000
Kyle Stanley +25000
Scott Piercy +25000
Sepp Straka +25000
Jonathan Byrd +25000
Austin Eckroat +30000
Hank Lebioda +30000
Robert Streb +30000
Roger Sloan +30000
Ryan Moore +30000
Brandon Hagy +35000
Brian Stuard +35000
Graeme McDowell +35000
Jason Dufner +35000
Kevin Tway +35000
Peter Malnati +35000
Rory Sabbatini +35000
Sam Ryder +35000
Stephan Jaeger +35000
Sung Kang +35000
Tyler Duncan +35000
Anirban Lahiri +40000
Brian Gay +40000
Brice Garnett +40000
Chesson Hadley +40000
Jimmy Walker +40000
Kelly Kraft +40000
Kevin Chappell +40000
Luke Donald +40000
Tyler McCumber +40000
Wesley Bryan +40000
Bill Haas +50000
Craig Hocknull +50000
Martin Trainer +50000
Nick Watney +50000
Seung-yul Noh +50000
William McGirt +50000
Ben Silverman +50000
Jeffrey Kang +50000
Etienne Paineau +50000

*Odds as of Monday morning and via PointsBet.

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One of golf’s best atmospheres takes center stage on its usual week leading into the Super Bowl.

Six of the top 10 players in the world and 14 of the top 20 will be at TPC Scottsdale this week for the 2022 Waste Management Phoenix Open, headlined by world No. 1 and former Arizona State star Jon Rahm. His finishes in six career starts at this event: T5, T16, T11, T10, T9, T13.

World No. 3 Viktor Hovland returns stateside after a successful run in the Middle East where he won on the European Tour’s Race to Dubai. Patrick Cantlay, Justin Thomas, Xander Schauffele and Hideki Matsuyama round out the other top-10 players in the field.

Schauffele was one of the many top players who were in Saudi Arabia last week on the Asian Tour, where Harold Varner III win.

Other noteworthy names in the field include Talor Gooch, who enters the week second in the early FedEx Cup points race, Sam Burns, Tony Finau, Brooks Koepka, Scottie Scheffler and Jordan Spieth.

The last two winners on TOUR — Luke List at the Farmers Insurance Open and Tom Hoge at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am — are both playing this week in Scottsdale.

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Format

This section is being included out of habit given the past few weeks, which have seen the TOUR make stops at multi-course tournaments since returning from Hawaii.

This week, it’s straightforward. This will be a 132-player field that will be played on one single course all four days. Moving forward, it’s going to be one track every week for a long time.

TPC Scottsdale comes in at just under 7,300 yards and is a par-71. It’s not an overly long track, which means approach will be of great importance this week. The greens, as you’d expect in hot and sunny Arizona, are usually dry and fast.

Past Winners

The last seven Phoenix Opens have seen a pair of repeat winners. Brooks Koepka claimed his second title in Scottsdale last year with a dramatic one-stroke win, while Hideki Matsuyama won back-to-back years in 2016-17. From 2018-20, Gary Woodland, Rickie Fowler and Simpson were winners.

Koepka sealed his pre-Super Bowl win last year with an electric chip-in for eagle on the short par-4 17th. Schauffele appeared in pole position, but he hit into the water on the same hole.

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Early Bet to Lock In

Rickie Fowler +7000

Shane McNichol: Crowds will be out in full force at the always rowdy Waste Management Phoenix Open in Scottsdale, giving players a new element to deal with. Every course and event has quirks that certain players seem suited to handle. Most of those quirks come on the greens and on the tees. This event adds a layer on the mental and social side.

One player who has always enjoyed his time in the desert? Rickie Fowler. The former top-five player in the world hasn’t been someone worth betting on in recent years. He carried a much bigger name than game since hitting his peak a few years ago, yet he still shows flashes.

If there’s one place where he could ride the energy to a high finish, it’s Scottsdale. He finished in the top 5 back in 2016 and 2017 and collected his last win on Tour here back in 2019. I like his chances to contend, even coming off consecutive missed cuts.

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