2022 Wyndham Championship Odds & Expert Picks: Tyrrell Hatton Among 4 Outright Bets

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2022 Wyndham Championship Odds

Zalatoris, Will+1400
Lowry, Shane+1400
Simpson, Webb+1800
Sungjae Im+1800
Horschel, Billy+2000
Conners, Corey+2000
Henley, Russell+2000
Scott, Adam+2800
Kisner, Kevin+3300
Hatton, Tyrrell+3300
Si Woo Kim+3300
Poston, J.T.+3300
Varner III, Harold+3300
Pendrith, Taylor+3300
Stallings, Scott+4000
Harman, Brian+4000
Joohyung Kim+4000
McCarthy, Denny+4000
Wise, Aaron+4000
Mitchell, Keith+5000
Riley, Davis+5000
Rose, Justin+5000
Bezuidenhout, Christiaan+5000
Long, Adam+6000
Streelman, Kevin+6600
Munoz, Sebastian+6600
Day, Jason+6600
Todd, Brendon+6600
Laird, Martin+6600
Svensson, Adam+6600
Hubbard, Mark+6600
English, Harris+6600
Gotterup, Chris+8000
Vegas, Jhonattan+8000
Knox, Russell+8000
Smalley, Alex+8000
Reavie, Chez+8000
Kyoung-Hoon Lee+8000
Moore, Taylor+8000
Pan, C.T.+8000
Tarren, Callum+9000
Cink, Stewart+9000
Lipsky, David+9000
Hardy, Nick+9000
Rodgers, Patrick+9000
Jaeger, Stephan+10000
Dahmen, Joel+10000
NeSmith, Matthew+10000
Whaley, Vincent+10000
Sigg, Greyson+10000
Rai, Aaron+10000
Spaun, J.J.+10000
Duncan, Tyler+10000
Thompson, Michael+10000
Kizzire, Patton+10000
Champ, Cameron+10000
Willett, Danny+10000
Hodges, Lee+10000
Ghim, Doug+10000
Schwab, Matthias+10000
Hughes, Mackenzie+12500
Buckley, Hayden+12500
Wu, Brandon+12500
Putnam, Andrew+12500
Sabbatini, Rory+12500
Glover, Lucas+15000
Lower, Justin+15000
Wallace, Matt+15000
Ryder, Sam+15000
Malnati, Peter+15000
Lebioda, Hank+15000
Schenk, Adam+15000
Hadley, Chesson+15000
Smotherman, Austin+15000
Gligic, Michael+15000
Redman, Doc+15000
Huh, John+15000
Hoffman, Charley+15000
Johnson, Zach+15000
Taylor, Nick+15000
Fowler, Rickie+15000
Piercy, Scott+15000
Hahn, James+15000
Garnett, Brice+15000
Haas, Bill+20000
Streb, Robert+20000
Straka, Sepp+20000
Ramey, Chad+20000
Hickok, Kramer+20000
Percy, Cameron+20000
Moore, Ryan+20000
Lahiri, Anirban+20000
Cabrera Bello, Rafa+20000
Bramlett, Joseph+25000
McGirt, William+25000
Kohles, Ben+25000
Martin, Ben+25000
Armour, Ryan+25000
Brown, Scott+25000
Higgs, Harry+25000
Brehm, Ryan+25000
Griffin, Ben+25000
Lee, Danny+25000
Gutschewski, Scott+25000
Kraft, Kelly+25000
Norlander, Henrik+25000
Tway, Kevin+25000
Cook, Austin+35000
Novak, Andrew+35000
Higgo, Garrick+35000
Hoag, Bo+35000
Byrd, Jonathan+35000
Donald, Luke+35000
Seung-Yul Noh+35000
Stuard, Brian+35000
Seiffert, Chase+35000
Villegas, Camilo+35000
Taylor, Vaughn+35000
Wu, Dylan+35000
Hagy, Brandon+50000
van der Walt, Dawie+50000
McGreevy, Max+50000
van Pelt, Bo+50000
Skinns, David+50000
Herman, Jim+50000
Watney, Nick+50000
Chappell, Kevin+50000
Baddeley, Aaron+50000
Bryan, Wesley+50000
Stroud, Chris+50000
Sloan, Roger+50000
Wolfe, Jared+50000
Dufner, Jason+50000
Aphibarnrat, Kiradech+50000
Creel, Joshua+50000
Thompson, Curtis+50000
Werenski, Richy+50000
Reeves, Seth+50000
Sung Kang+50000
Barjon, Paul+50000
Kodaira, Satoshi+50000
Trainer, Martin+50000
Landry, Andrew+50000
Hammer, Cole+50000
Knous, Jim+50000
Barnes, Ricky+100000
Gay, Brian+100000
Love III, Davis+100000
Drewitt, Brett+100000
Gainey, Tommy+100000
Gibson, Tommy+100000
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It was another week where we ran into Tony Finau at the wrong time.

Like Emiliano Grillo a week ago, Taylor Pendrith wound up finishing runner-up to Finau, who has found another level in these lower-end fields.

I wrote up my 2023 major lookahead a couple weeks ago and didn't have Finau's name mentioned. It's early, but it might be time to make a decision on whether he'll be included in those cards.

These two wins in the lower-end fields alone aren't the reason to add him, but if he's someone you were already planning on targeting next year, those wins will start to drop his number from the +5000s into the +3300 range.

He's a guy I don't mind just adding across the board because he's been relatively healthy for his career and has a top-five in every major. He also won a FedEx Cup event last year as well, so he's up to three wins in the past 12 months.

Now we'll move to the final regular season event of the year at the Wyndham Championship. With the final stretch set to begin, most of the top guys will again be away this week.

The Course

The Wyndham Championship takes place at Sedgefield Country Club, a Donald Ross design that is pretty well known at this point — it's been host to the event since 2008.

Sedgefield measures 7,127 yards for a par 70.

Despite the lack of par 5s, the winner routinely reaches 20-under par. It is a simple course, where accuracy off the tee and approach reign supreme. Couple those two things with a hot putter, and you’ll usually find the winner.

Webb Simpson has been the prototype for the skillset we’re looking for at this event. He has a couple of runner-up finishes here, along with a win in 2011. Kevin Kisner, Brandt Snedeker, Henrik Stenson and Si Woo Kim also have wins in recent seasons.

All these players are known more for their iron play — or putting — than they are for their driving ability.

This place has some notable ties with Harbour Town and the RBC Heritage. Simpson, Snedeker and Carl Pettersson have won both. C.T. Pan has won at Harbour Town and been the runner-up here. Kim has won here and lost at Harbour Town in a playoff.

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The Favorites

At the top, we have three players in that +1400-1600 range: Will Zalatoris, Sungjae Im and Shane Lowry. All are usually fairly solid with the irons and could be a good fit if the putter is working. Im's short game is the best, and he has two top-10s in three starts here, so he'd be my lean from this group.

Simpson, Billy Horschel, Russell Henley, Kim and Corey Conners make up the +2000s.

This is the course-history group.

Simpson has finished inside the top 10 in seven of the past eight years, with a couple runner-ups.

Kim has a win here and four top-fives in his last five appearances.

Horschel was the runner-up two years ago and has been 11th or better in four of his last five starts.

Henley has been inside the top 10 in back-to-back years and just missed a playoff a season ago.

If we're looking to form, no one has really been dialed in completely of late, but Kim has finished inside the top 15 in his last two starts, so he's probably playing the best of the bunch.

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The Mid-Tier

I'll start up here with Tyrrell Hatton at +4000 on Bet365. Hatton hasn't had the best year, but he's found a bit of form over in the U.K., finishing 24th at the Scottish Open and 11th at The Open.

He also doesn't have much history here either, so we're seeing him down in this range in a weaker field when we've seen +2000s earlier in the season in similar events.

Going back to the other side of the Atlantic may have just provided him an edge on some more familiar courses, and he could drift back to his mediocre results over here.

But at this price, in this field, I'll pay to find out.

We'll try again here with Taylor Pendrith at +4000. A tough Sunday in contention happens, but the rookie has the talent to win in this field.

His length won't play as big of a factor, but he's also fairly accurate for a bomber and had a good result at The Players earlier in the year, which has always been a tournament previous champs like Kim and Simpson had success at.

It's his debut, so there's no history to go off, but the form is better than anyone in this range.

I'm also going back to Scott Stallings this week at +6000 on DraftKings. This is another guy that doesn't have much history here, but the form is something I'll play.

He's consistently gaining on approach and has been far more accurate off the tee in recent events.

With his starts at the John Deere Classic and Rocket Mortgage Classic, he finished above the field average in driving accuracy in back-to-back tournaments for the first time since February.

We'll also go to Keith Mitchell here at +6600 on BetMGM. Mitchell was in a good run of form prior to heading over to Scotland for two weeks to play in some pretty strong fields.

We'll see if the return to the States — and the weakened field — can help get his results back to where they were. He's been more accurate off the tee than at any point in his career this season, which should help him improve on previous results here.

He's also been having his best season on the greens, as well, and Bermuda has been his preferred surface in the past — although this year, he's been solid across the board.

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The Longshots

This has definitely been a longshot course in the past with Jim Herman and Davis Love III winning at massive numbers.

But I'm just not seeing anyone in this range this week to tack on.

Last year, I had success playing this range live by adding Roger Sloan after the first round. He ended up losing in the playoff, but overall, we've seen people make runs here with some super low numbers.

I have room to add a guy down here, so that'll be where I look at after the opening round.

The Wyndham Card

  • Tyrrell Hatton +4000 (.83 units)
  • Taylor Pendrith +4000 (.83 units)
  • Scott Stallings +6000 (.55 units)
  • Keith Mitchell +6600 (.5 units)

Total Stake: 2.71 units

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