2022 Fortinet Championship: Latest Betting Odds, Favorites and Sleeper Picks for Silverado Resort and Spa

The PGA Tour’s final wraparound schedule begins and this week is looking ripe for a first-time winner. And just like that, we are back with another year of golf on the PGA Tour.

It’s been a little more than about fourteen days since Rory McIlroy pursued down Scottie Scheffler for his unparalleled third FedEx Cup. From that point forward, the golf world has been featured by a few extra rebellions to the LIV Visit and its gradually expanding influence on the impending Presidents Cup. Be that as it may, the PGA Visit additionally made a few vital upgrades and looks ready to go on as the chief item in proficient golf.

We start in wine country for the Fortinet Title at Silverado Resort and Spa. The Napa, California, tree-lined track measures at only 7,166 yards with uneven poa greens, so the people who lead in greens in guideline will enjoy the benefit here. The individuals who are exact off the tee and from the fairway will likewise need to score well since each of the six victors here have been 14 under standard or better. The field is dreary, being right off the bat in the season and not long before the Presidents Cup, so we might have another first-time champ on our hands.

As indicated by SI Sportsbook, the most loved is reigning champ Max Homa at +1400. Right behind are Presidents Cup Global Group stars Corey Conners and Hideki Matsuyama at +1600. To follow is rising star Nonconformist McNealy at +2200, and finishing off the notables is Visit Title qualifier Sahith Theegala at +2500.

For a favorite, we are going to follow the steam on Theegala at +2500. A few factors we like: he’s hungry for his first win after being so close on a few occasions last season, he is not thinking about next week’s Presidents Cup and he will have something to prove for not being a captain’s pick next week. If you told Theegala prior to last year that he would be teeing it up at East Lake, he probably would have taken it, but not without a win. In his debut at Silverado in 2020, he finished T14 on a layout where his strengths from tee-to-green should excel again. Theegala is as ready as anyone to win, might as well be now.

For a high midrange pick, Emiliano Grillo at +3500 appears to be ok here. Grillo’s just PGA Visit win came here in 2015 when it used to be the Frys.com Open, only preceding turning into the Safeway Open. Grillo has been an unpredictable player all through the vast majority of his vocation, however he’s been on a strong run actually with second place exhibitions at the John Deere Exemplary and 3M Open and proceeding with fine play in the end of the season games. Grillo will likewise not be sloping up for the following week’s opposition, but rather it ought to give inspiration to not being incorporated. Search for him to proceed with his strong run where he positions second in strokes acquired: aggregate and fourth in tee-to-green over his last 24 rounds.

For a profound sleeper, we truly like a person who wavered on having a monstrous advancement last year and ought to have the option to blow some people’s minds this year in Brandon Wu at +9000. In his most memorable full season on Visit, he gathered a T3 at the Puerto Rico Open, a T2 at the Mexico Open, a T6 at the Beginning Scottish Open and a T8 at the Wyndham Title to make the end of the season games securely. Wu’s greatest strength is strokes acquired: off-the-tee and that ought to look good at Silverado, a spot that will feel like a semi-homecoming for the previous Stanford Cardinal. Great energies all around to start his sophomore season and he ought to have the option to take advantage against a reasonable field.

2021-22 final scoreboard:

  • Events: 41
  • Winners: 6
  • Top 5s: 14
  • Top 10s: 7
  • Top 20s: 6

Here are some notable odds, according to SI Sportsbook:

Max Homa +1400
Corey Conners +1600
Hideki Matsuyama +1600
Maverick McNealy +2200
Sahith Theegala +2500
Taylor Pendrith +2500
Cameron Davis +2800
Davis Riley +3300
Emiliano Grillo +3500
Tom Hoge +4000
Brendan Steele +4500
Denny McCarthy +5000
Gary Woodland +5000
Jason Day +5000
Justin Suh +5000
Taylor Montgomery +5000
Troy Merritt +5000
Wyndham Clark +5000
Alex Noren +5500
Cameron Champ +5500
Thomas Detry +5500
Trey Mullinax +5500
Webb Simpson +5500
Andrew Putnam +6000
Chris Kirk +6000
J.J. Spaun +6600
Taylor Moore +6600
Chez Reavie +7000
Nick Hardy +7000
Patrick Rodgers +7000
Adam Long +8000
Alex Smalley +8000
David Lipsky +8000
Kevin Streelman +8000
Luke List +8000
Martin Laird +8000
Matt Kuchar +8000
Brandon Wu +9000
Carl Yuan +9000
Charley Hoffman +9000
Chris Gotterup +9000
Joseph Bramlett +9000
Mark Hubbard +9000
Michael Gligic +9000
Rickie Fowler +9000
Russell Knox +9000
Stephan Jaeger +9000
Stewart Cink +9000

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