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Wyndham Championship H2H Picks & Odds to Make the Cut

Chris Amberley

by Chris Amberley in Golf

Updated Aug 8, 2023 · 7:01 PM PDT

Gary Woodland scrambles from off the green at TPC Twin Cities.
Jul 27, 2023; Blaine, Minnesota, USA; Gary Woodland chips from off the green on the 7th hole during the first round of the 3M Open golf tournament. Mandatory Credit: Matt Krohn-USA TODAY Sports
  • Check out the make and miss the cut odds for the Wyndham Championship starting Thursday, August 3
  • Gary Woodland ranks 100th in the field in scoring over the last 12 rounds
  • Keep reading for the complete list of Wyndham Championship make and miss the cut odds, plus a H2H matchup pick to target

It’s the final week of the PGA Tour regular season, with plenty at stake for the players on the outside looking in on the FedExCup Playoffs. Justin Thomas and Adam Scott are among those that need a high end finish to crack the postseason, which would have seemed unfathomable at the start of the year.

Given the way Thomas is playing, no one can fault you for targeting him in the miss the cut market in the Wyndham Championship odds. JT has been trunk slamming left, right and centre this summer, but I’d rather pick on a different former Major Championship winner at this week’s Wyndham Championship.

Wyndham Championship Make the Cut Odds

Golfer Odds to Make the Cut Odds to Miss the Cut
Russell Henley -500 +300
Si Woo Kim -425 +275
Denny McCarthy -425 +275
Sam Burns -380 +250
Shane Lowry -380 +250
Hideki Matsuyama -380 +250
Sungjae Im -380 +250
Adam Scott -350 +225
Stephan Jaeger -340 +225
J.T. Poston -275 +190
Byeong Hun An -250 +175
Chris Kirk -250 +175
Alex Smalley -250 +175
Aaron Rai -250 +175
Adam Hadwin -225 +160
Justin Thomas -225 +160
Cam Davis -225 +160
Thomas Detry -210 +150
Harris English -210 +150
Taylor Moore -210 +150
Eric Cole -210 +150
Beau Hossler -210 +150
Ben Griffin -210 +150
Gary Woodland -195 +140
Patrick Rodgers -195 +140
Alex Noren -195 +140
Brendon Todd -195 +140
J.J. Spaun -180 +130
Mark Hubbard -180 +130
Nicolai Hojgaard -180 +130

That would be Gary Woodland, who sports +140 odds to miss the cut at Sedgefield Country Club. No player has a longer price tag to trunk slam, or a shorter price to make the weekend than Russell Henley, despite Henley ranking behind multiple players in the outright market.

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Woodland’s Talents Wasted at SedgeField

Typically we like to buy Woodland at long, difficult tracks. He’s known as a pristine ball striker, and someone who excels at spots where par is a good score. Sedgefield CC is not that. The Wyndham Championship is a pure birdie fest with the typical winning score usually falling in the -20 to -22 range.

In order to reach that number, you have to go lights out with the putter, but even to make the cut you’re likely going to need to reach -3 or -4 by Friday afternoon. Elite putting is not a skill that Woodland possesses, in fact, the opposite is true.

Woodland has lost strokes on the green in six of his last seven measured rounds. He’s a negative in the putting department in relation to the field on all types of greens, but Bermuda, which is featured at Sedgefield, is his weakest surface.

Also working against him is the fact that this course deemphasizes off the tee play. There are plenty of forced layups at Sedgefield, and few holes where driver can be unleashed. That negates one of Woodland’s best skills which explains his poor track record at the Wyndham Championship.

Woodland is 0-for-2 in made cuts in his career at Sedgefield CC, and I’m betting he runs that streak to a third consecutive MC this week.

Wyndham Championship Picks: Gary Woodland to Miss the Cut (+140)

Make the Cut Parlay

Moving over to the make the cut market now, where we’ve put together a parlay of golfers we expect to make the weekend, while trying to stay price sensitive. The list starts with JT Poston, who’s playing as well as anyone in this field.

Poston has three top-six finishes in his last four starts, and won this event back in 2019. Let’s pair him with Eric Cole and Alex Noren, who are each underpriced given their recent form. Cole has made seven consecutive cuts, while Noren quietly has three top-23 results in his last four starts.

We’ll cap off the wager by targeting Cam Davis, who ranks fifth in scoring over the last 12 rounds. He also has top-seven finishes at both TPC Sawgrass and Harbour Town Golf Links this year, two courses with very similar profiles to Sedgefield CC.

Wyndham Championship Pick: Make the Cut Parlay (+340)

Poston vs An H2H Matchup

Moving to the 72-hole head-to-head matchup market now, where once again Poston is our target. We’re backing him against Byeong Hun An, who’s failing in the the two more important statistical categories of the week, putting and approach play.

Poston vs An H2H Odds

Golfer Odds
JT Poston -130
Byeong Hun An +105

Over the last 12 rounds, An ranks 112th in the field in strokes gained approach and 95th in putting. That’s resulted in him failing to crack the top-40 in scoring, while Poston sits 9th in that category over the same stretch.

Only Lucas Glover has gained more total strokes on the field over the last 12 rounds than Poston, making the ladder an easy player to back.

Wyndham Championship Pick: JT Poston Over Byeong Hun An (-130)  

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