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World Wide Technology Championship Odds, Picks & Predictions 2022

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by Michael Harrison in Golf

Updated Oct 31, 2022 · 7:32 AM PDT

Viktor Hovland
Oct 20, 2022; Ridgeland, South Carolina, USA; Viktor Hovland plays from the 12th tee during the first round of THE CJ CUP in South Carolina golf tournament. Mandatory Credit: David Yeazell-USA TODAY Sports
  • The World Wide Technology Championship tees off Thursday, November 3rd
  • Scottie Scheffler is the +900 betting favorite over Viktor Hovland
  • Below, see the World Wide Technology Championship odds to win, plus picks and the best-value bets

The PGA Tour heads to Mexico for the World Wide Technology Championship, and it features some impressive players competing. World #2 Scottie Scheffler is the highest-ranked golfer, followed by Collin Morikawa and Viktor Hovland, who has won this event twice in a row.

Going low is imperative for success around El Camaleon Golf Club, with four in a row and five of the last six champions all shooting at least 20-under-par. This tournament marks the third last event on the fall schedule portion of the wraparound 2022-23 campaign.

2022 World Wide Technology Championship Odds

Golfers Odds
Scottie Scheffler +900
Viktor Hovland +1000
Tony Finau +1400
Billy Horschel +1600
Aaron Wise +1600
Maverick McNealy +1800
Collin Morikawa +2000
Emiliano Grillo +2800
Taylor Montgomery +2800
Tom Hoge +3000
Brian Harman +4000
Andrew Putnam +4000
Brendon Todd +4500
Thomas Detry +4500
Jason Day +5000
Matt Kuchar +5000
Seamus Power +5000
Alex Noren +5500
Keith Mitchell +5500
Russell Henley +6000

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Scheffler starts the week as the +900 slight betting favorite, despite Viktor Hovland attempting to become the first player to win the same tournament in three consecutive seasons since Steve Stricker (2009-11 John Deere Classic).


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Last week, Seamus Power was the lone top-50 golfer teeing it up, and it led to him winning his second PGA Tour event. The field is stronger in Mexico, with 12 players in the top-50 in the world rankings teeing it up.

Viktor Hovland Going for Three-Peat

It’s not often a player has an opportunity to be mentioned in the same breath as Tiger Woods, but Viktor Hovland finds himself with that chance this week as he attempts to win this championship for the third straight season.

In his two victories, unsurprisingly Hovland gained over 30 total strokes compared to his competitors. He’s had eight solid worldwide tourneys in a row, with a trio of top-5’s and nothing worse than 35th in that span. Hovland has been dominant in tropical locales, having also won the Puerto Rico Open and the Hero World Challenge, making him a very worthy selection to do it again at +1000.

Past Five World Wide Technology Championship Winners

Year Winner
2021 Viktor Hovland
2020 Viktor Hovland
2019 Brendon Todd
2018 Matt Kuchar
2017 Patton Kizzire

2022 World Wide Technology Championship Picks and Value Bets

  1. Tom Hoge (+3000): 2022 Pebble Beach Pro-Am champion Tom Hoge has been playing really solid golf of late, knocking on the door for his second triumph. Dating back to the Tour Championship to conclude last season, he’s been no worse than T-13th in his last five tournaments. On each occasion, he’s gained strokes tee-to-green and on the greens. Hoge was T-3rd here in 2020.
  2. Thomas Detry (+4500): In four of his last six worldwide starts, Thomas Detry has placed 12th or better. The best result came just last weekend in Bermuda, where he was second place. Other solid finishes were T-5th at the BMW PGA Championship on the DP World Tour, T-9th at the Sanderson Farms and T-12th at the Fortinet Championship.
  3. Sepp Straka (+8000): Consistency hasn’t exactly been Sepp Straka’s game of late, with three top-10’s in his last six starts mixed in with three pedestrian finishes. However, these odds are ludicrous given that in two of the top-10’s, he was in playoffs at the FedEx St. Jude Championship and three starts ago, the Sanderson Farms Championship. Those two runner-ups saw him gain nearly 25 shots compared to his competitors.


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