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2022 Memorial Tournament Updated Odds: Jon Rahm Favored at Muirfield Village

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Richard Heathcote/Getty Images. Pictured: Jon Rahm.

  • Jon Rahm is favored at Muirfield Village for the 2022 Memorial Tournament.
  • The Spaniard is followed by Rory McIlroy and reigning champion Patrick Cantlay on the odds board.
  • Check out the latest odds as of Tuesday morning below.

2022 Memorial Tournament Odds

Odds via BetMGM.

Jon Rahm+1000
Rory McIlroy+1100
Patrick Cantlay+1600
Xander Schauffele+1800
Collin Morikawa+2000
Jordan Spieth+2000
Cameron Smith+2200
Matt Fitzpatrick+2500
Shane Lowry+2500
Viktor Hovland+2500
Hideki Matsuyama+2800
Will Zalatoris+2800
Cameron Young+3300
Max Homa+3300
Sungjae Im+3300
Joaquin Niemann+4000
Mito Pereira+4000
Patrick Reed+4000
Davis Riley+4000
Chris Kirk+5000
Daniel Berger+5000
Seamus Power+5000
Corey Conners+6000
Abraham Ancer+6600
Keegan Bradley+6600
Billy Horschel+6600
Adam Scott+8000
Aaron Wise+8000
Bryson DeChambeau+8000
Jason Day+8000
Marc Leishman+8000
Matt Kuchar+8000
Alex Noren+8000
Brian Harman+10000
Cam Davis+10000
Gary Woodland+10000
Ryan Palmer+10000
Scott Stallings+10000
Si Woo Kim+10000
Tom Hoge+10000
Adam Long+12500
Brendan Steele+12500
C.T. Pan+12500
Cameron Tringale+12500
Harris English+12500
Kevin Streelman+12500
Lucas Herbert+12500
Matt Jones+12500
Rickie Fowler+12500
Russell Knox+12500
Adam Hadwin+15000
Anirban Lahiri+15000
Cameron Champ+15000
Denny McCarthy+15000
Erik van Rooyen+15000
Jhonattan Vegas+15000
K.H. Lee+15000
Keith Mitchell+15000
Lucas Glover+15000
Luke List+15000
Pat Perez+15000
Patrick Rodgers+15000
Stewart Cink+15000
Troy Merritt+15000
Aaron Rai+15000
David Lipsky+15000
J.T. Poston+15000
Alex Smalley+20000
Andrew Putnam+20000
Beau Hossler+20000
Doug Ghim+20000
Francesco Molinari+20000
Kurt Kitayama+20000
Lanto Griffin+20000
Mackenzie Hughes+20000
Matthew NeSmith+20000
Matthew Wolff+20000
Sepp Straka+20000
Nate Lashley+20000
Adam Svensson+25000
Chad Ramey+25000
Charles Howell III+25000
Danny Willett+25000
Emiliano Grillo+25000
Joel Dahmen+25000
Martin Laird+25000
Patton Kizzire+25000
Ryan Moore+25000
Sahith Theegala+25000
Adam Schenk+30000
Brandon Wu+30000
Brandt Snedeker+30000
Carlos Ortiz+30000
Charley Hoffman+30000
Danny Lee+30000
Peter Malnati+30000
Rafa Cabrera-Bello+30000
Taylor Moore+30000
Wyndham Clark+30000
Justin Lower+35000
Luke Donald+35000
Min Woo Lee+35000
Robert Streb+35000
Bo Hoag+40000
Brandon Hagy+40000
Garrick Higgo+40000
Hudson Swafford+40000
Kramer Hickok+40000
Camilo Villegas+50000
David Lingmerth+50000
Jason Dufner+50000
Jediah Morgan+50000
Nick Watney+50000
William McGirt+50000
Sam Ryder+50000
Chan Kim+75000
John Pak+75000
Ryan Brehm+75000
Curtis Luck+100000
James Piot+150000
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Rory McIlroy opened at FanDuel as the slight betting favorite over Jon Rahm for the Memorial Tournament.

Nine of the world’s top-12 golfers and 13 of the top 17 are in this week’s field, according to the Official World Golf Rankings (OWGR) on Sunday.

Rahm won this tournament in 2020 and was cruising toward going back-to-back last year. He had a six-shot lead after the third round, but he was told immediately after his round ended that he had tested positive for COVID-19.

Because of that, Patrick Cantlay and Colin Morikawa went to a playoff, which was won by Cantlay. Both of those players are in the field again this week.

Also in the field this week are PLAYERS Championship winner Cameron Smith, Viktor Hovland and Jordan Spieth, all of whom enter this week in the OWGR’s top 10.

Max Homa and Hideki Matsuyama have each won twice this season on the PGA TOUR and will be in action this week, as will Xander Schauffele and Joaquin Niemann.

Mito Pereira bounced back from his PGA Championship heartbreak with a strong showing last week at the Charles Schwab Challenge. He’s in the field this week, as is the runner-up from Southern Hills in Will Zalatoris.

This could also be the week we see Bryson DeChambeau back in action on the PGA TOUR. DeChambeau was last seen at the Masters, where he missed the cut after two subpar rounds. He played the WGC-Dell Match Play and Texas Open before that, having not been in action since late January before that. A wrist injury is the reason for his absence, although he has been a late withdrawal the past two weeks, which indicates he has been close to returning.

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Past Winners

In recent years, only the elite have won this tournament. Cantlay won last year and back in 2019, while Rahm won in 2020 and DeChambeau in 2018.

The three years before DeChambeau saw David Lingmerth, William McGirt and Jason Dufner all win.

Before them, though, it was big names only. From 2009-14, Tiger Woods won twice, while Justin Rose, Steve Stricker, Matt Kuchar and Matsuyama were victorious.

Course Preview

Muirfield Village measures just short of 7,400 yards and plays as a par-72. It’s a Jack Nicklaus design, which means players will be tested.

Nicklaus did a big redesign of the course before last year’s tournament. Cantlay won at 13-under, although Rahm was 18-under through three rounds before his positive COVID test.

Prior to that, Rahm won at 9-under in 2020 and Cantlay 19-under in ’19. Prior to that, scores were in the mid-teens, with DeChambeau, McGirt and Lingmerth all winning at 15-under.

Expect the rough to be especially penalizing this week, and the greens faster than the usual stops on TOUR. The par 5s will be reachable in two shots for most players, assuming they keep their drives in the fairway, but there are four difficult par 4s between 450-500 yards.

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