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Wyndham Championship Odds & Predictions 2023

Michael Harrison

by Michael Harrison in Golf

Updated Aug 2, 2023 · 9:53 AM PDT

Russell Henley hits his approach shot on the first hole during the first round of the John Deere Classic.
Jul 6, 2023; Silvis, Illinois, USA; Russell Henley hits his approach shot on the first hole during the first round of the John Deere Classic golf tournament. Mandatory Credit: Marc Lebryk-USA TODAY Sports
  • The Wyndham Championship from Greensboro, North Carolina tees off Thursday, August 3rd
  • Sungjae Im is the +1600 favorite over Hideki Matsuyama
  • See the 2023 Wyndham Championship odds, picks, and best value bets below

After Lee Hodges lapped the field to the tune of a seven-stroke victory at the 3M Open, the PGA Tour heads to the Wyndham Championship. This is the final tournament of the regular season, with only the top-70 players on the FedEx Cup Standings making the postseason. That’s a stark contrast to last season, where it was top-125. Major champions Shane Lowry (76), Justin Thomas (79) and Adam Scott (81) currently are on the outside looking in. Read on for our Wyndham Championship predictions here.

Going low is imperative for success at Sedgefield Country Club, with six of the last seven champions shooting between 20 and 22 under par. Defending champion Tom Kim (ankle) will not be participating. Seven of the last ten iterations of this event has seen a close call, with either a one stroke margin of victory or a playoff required.

2023 Wyndham Championship Odds

Golfers Odds
Sungjae Im +1600
Hideki Matsuyama +1800
Sam Burns +2000
Shane Lowry +2200
Adam Scott +2200
Russell Henley +2200
Si Woo Kim +2500
Justin Thomas +2800
Ludvig Aberg +2800
Denny McCarthy +3500
Stephan Jaeger +3500
J.T. Poston +3500
Keith Mitchell +4000
Ben An +4000
Cam Davis +4000
Chris Kirk +4500
Aaron Rai +4500
Gary Woodland +5000
Harris English +5000
Beau Hossler +5000

The betting favorite is Sungjae Im at +1600, followed by Hideki Matsuyama at +1800. Im was the runner-up at this tournament a year ago, while Matsuyama is searching for his first top-10 since the Players Championship. Sam Burns, who won the WGC-Dell Match play earlier in the season, is the third choice at +2000. Shane Lowry, Adam Scott and Russell Henley have identical +2200 odds to win outright.


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Wyndham Championship Public Betting Splits

At DraftKings, it’s currently Denny McCarthy receiving the highest public betting handle with 13% as of Wednesday afternoon, followed by Russell Henley with 8%.

Wyndham Championship public betting

Russell Henley Solid at This Track

The last three spins around Sedgefield Country Club, Russell Henley has been knocking on the door at a victory. In 2020, he wound up in a tie for ninth, then in 2021 he held the 54 hole lead, only to miss a six-man playoff by a shot with a costly 72nd hole. He bounced back with a top-five a year ago, giving him impressive stats at this course.

Russell Henley’s Strokes Gained Stats Last 12 Rounds At Wyndham Championship

Total Tee-To-Green Ball Striking Approach Off-The-Tee Short Game Putting
3 4 4 5 7 17 25

Henley has been very consistent on the campaign, posting top-20’s in eight of his last 11 times competing. In the last 24 rounds he’s tops in SG: approach. At +2200 odds to win outright, you’re getting him with longer odds than the top-three on the board, and it’s at a track he’s had success on.

Past Five Wyndham Championship Winners

Year Winner
2022 Tom Kim
2021 Kevin Kisner
2020 Jim Herman
2019 J.T. Poston
2018 Brandt Snedeker

2023 Wyndham Championship Picks and Value Bets

  1. JT Poston (+3500): In 2019, JT Poston was victorious at this tournament, going all 72 holes without a bogey. He’s coming off a solid runner-up result last weekend at the 3M Open, which was his third top-six in the last four times teeing it up. In the last 12 rounds he’s second in total strokes gained and third in putting.
  2. Webb Simpson (+5500): Though he hasn’t played much golf of late, Webb Simpson is a horse for this course. He was the champion in 2011, as part of his nine career top-10’s at this tourney. From 2017-2021, he finished 3rd, T-2nd, 2nd, T-3rd, T-7th (one shot out of a playoff) at the Wyndham. Unsurprisingly, he’s tops in total strokes gained and tee-to-green the last 24 rounds at this track.
  3. Garrick Higgo (+8000): South African lefty Garrick Higgo has quietly been playing solidly, going T-33, T-21, T-19, T-13 in his last four starts. In that stretch, he’s fourth in strokes gained off-the-tee and sixth in total strokes gained. He’ll be an interesting name in the top 10/20 markets when it comes to Wyndham Championship picks.
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