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2023 Waste Management Open Odds, Field: Jon Rahm, Rory McIlroy Are Co-Favorites

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2023 Waste Management Open Odds

Odds via bet365.

Jon Rahm+800
Rory McIlroy+800
Scottie Scheffler+1400
Xander Schauffele+1600
Patrick Cantlay+2000
Tony Finau+2000
Collin Morikawa+2000
Justin Thomas+2200
Max Homa+2200
Sungjae Im+2800
Cameron Young+3000
Tom Kim+3000
Hideki Matsuyama+3300
Viktor Hovland+3300
Matt Fitzpatrick+3500
Jordan Spieth+3500
Sahith Theegala+4500
Sam Burns+5000

Taylor Montgomery+5500
Tyrrell Hatton+5500
Jason Day+5500
Shane Lowry+6000
Alex Noren+6000
Rickie Fowler+6600
Tommy Fleetwood+6600
Si Woo Kim+6600
Keegan Bradley+6600
Corey Conners+7000
Russell Henley+7000
Seamus Power+7000
Billy Horschel+7500
Brian Harman+8000
Maverick McNealy+8000
Kyoung-Hoon Lee+8000
Keith Mitchell+8000
Tom Hoge+8000
J.T. Poston+8000
Lucas Herbert+8000
Aaron Wise+9000
Andrew Putnam+9000
Chris Kirk+9000
Taylor Pendrith+10000
J.J. Spaun+11000
Denny McCarthy+11000
Adam Hadwin+11000
Matt Kuchar+12500
Christiaan Bezuidenhout+12500
Gary Woodland+12500
Kurt Kitayama+12500
Brendan Steele+12500

Brendon Todd+14000
Francesco Molinari+14000
Joel Dahmen+15000
Wyndham Clark+15000
Garrick Higgo+15000
Harris English+16000
Scott Stallings+16000
Taylor Moore+16000
Luke List+16000
Hayden Buckley+16000
Cameron Champ+17500
Beau Hossler+17500
Davis Thompson+17500
Emiliano Grillo+20000
Kevin Kisner+20000
Martin Laird+20000
Mackenzie Hughes+20000
Patrick Rodgers+20000
Trey Mullinax+20000
Jhonattan Vegas+20000
Ryan Palmer+20000
Matt Wallace+20000
Brandon Wu+20000
Davis Riley+22500
Stephan Jaeger+22500
Webb Simpson+22500
Aaron Rai+22500
Adam Svensson+22500
David Lipsky+22500
Sam Ryder+22500
Matthew Nesmith+22500
Russell Knox+22500
Nate Lashley+22500
Nick Taylor+22500

Erik van Rooyen+25000
Lanto Griffin+25000
Patton Kizzire+25000
Greyson Sigg+27500
Scott Piercy+27500
Mark Hubbard+27500
Peter Malnati+27500
Callum Tarren+30000
Stewart Cink+30000
Michael Thompson+30000
Lee Hodges+35000
Charley Hoffman+35000
Troy Merritt+35000
Ryan Moore+35000
Kevin Streelman+35000
Chez Reavie+35000
Dylan Frittelli+40000
Justin Lower+40000
Chesson Hadley+50000
Adam Schenk+50000
Adam Long+50000
Doug Ghim+50000
Danny Lee+50000
James Hahn+50000
Zach Johnson+50000
Lucas Glover+50000
Kevin Tway+50000
Doc Redman+50000

Austin Smotherman+60000
Matthias Schwab+60000
John Huh+60000
Kramer Hickok+60000
J.B. Holmes+75000
Tyler Duncan+100000
Chad Ramey+100000
Jimmy Walker+100000
Andrew Landry+100000
Rory Sabbatini+100000
Richy Werenski+100000
Jason Dufner+100000
Nick Watney+100000
Kelly Kraft+125000
Robert Streb+150000
Brian Gay+150000
Max McGreevy+150000
Ryan Brehm+150000
Jim Herman+150000
Ricky Barnes+250000
Michael Hopper+250000
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The biggest party in golf sets up a huge week in the Phoenix area, as the 2023 Waste Management Open takes center stage at TPC Scottsdale.

The world's best golfer's will be in Arizona this week for the second featured event of the PGA Tour season. The purse this week is a mouthwatering $20 million, more than double what it was last year.

With that, the stars will be out. Jon Rahm, having already won twice this year at the Tournament of Champions and American Express, is the betting favorite. The Spaniard has won four of his past seven starts and is usually around the top of the leaderboard in Scottsdale. The former Arizona State star surely feels comfortable playing where he also resides.

Making his stateside debut this year is Rory McIlroy, who's coming off a win on the DP World Tour in his last start. McIlroy is the No. 1 player in the Official World Golf Ranking, with Scottie Scheffler and Rahm hot on his tails.

Speaking of Scheffler, TPC Scottsdale is where his rapid ascent began in 2022. The Texan's first PGA Tour win came in a playoff at this tournament last year, when he edged Patrick Cantlay for the title. Scheffler went onto win the Arnold Palmer Invitational, Match Play and Masters over the next couple months.

Outside of the world's top three, you name a player on the PGA Tour and there's a good chance he's in the field this week.

Max Homa will make his first start since winning the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines, while 2022 major winners Justin Thomas and Matt Fitzpatrick are also in the field. Xander Schauffele, Patrick Cantlay, Collin Morikawa and Tony Finau are also among the star-studded field.

Course Preview

TPC Scottsdale measures 7,261 yards as a par 71. It’s not a hugely long course, but it definitely helps players who are also accurate off the tee.

As you’d expect in the desert, the greens in Scottsdale are faster than what players have seen so far this season, especially with temperatures expected to get into the 70s every day this week. That’s not something players who didn't play the first two events of 2023 in Hawaii will be used to.

The winner of this tournament is likely going to be in the high teens. The last time someone scored 20-under par or better was Phil Mickelson back in 2013 (28-under). Since then, the worst winning score was 14-under and the best 19-under, which was achieved two years ago by Brooks Koepka.

Past Winners

YearGolferWinning Score
2022Scottie Scheffler16-under
2021Brooks Koepka19-under
2020Webb Simpson17-under
2019Rickie Fowler17-under
2018Gary Woodland18-under
2017Hideki Matsuyama17-under
2016Hideki Matsuyama14-under
2015Brooks Koepka15-under
2014Kevin Stadler16-under
2013Phil Mickelson28-under

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