2023 Puerto Rico Open Odds, Picks & Field for PGA Tournament (Harry Hall on the Rise)

2023 Puerto Rico Open Odds, Picks & Field for PGA Tournament (Harry Hall on the Rise)


Puerto Rico Open Start Time, Date, Course & Prize Money

Start Date: Thursday, March 2, 2023
Golf Course: Grand Reserve Golf Club (Champion Course), Rio Grande, Puerto Rico
Course Stats: 7,506 yards, Par 72
Purse: $3.8 million, $684,000 to winner
Defending Champion: Ryan Brehm

Puerto Rico Open Tee Times

The 2023 Puerto Rico Open tee times and pairings will be available ahead of each round. Tee times are typically posted the day before the event, which is Wednesday, March 1 in this case.

Puerto Rico Open Odds & Favorites

Odds to win the Puerto Rico Open are from FanDuel Sportsbook.

- Nate Lashley (+1400)
- Andrew Novak, Akshay Bhatia (+2000)
- Scott Piercey, Sam Stevens (+2200)
- Erik Van Rooyen (+2600)
- Ryan Gerard, Brice Garnett, MJ Daffue (+2700)
- Cameron Piercy, Brandon Harkins, Dylan Woo (+2900)
- Harry Higgs, Michael Kim, Carl Yuan, Harry Hall (+3300)
- Ryan Armour (+3700)
- Matti Schmid, Tano Goya (+4100)
- Austin Eckroat (+4500)
- Josh Teater, Sean O'Hair, Austin Cook, Augusto Nunez (+5000)
- Zecheng Dou, Hank Lebioda, Henrik Norlander, Paul Haley (+5000)
- Vincent Norman, Austin Smotherman, Harrison Endycott (+5000)
- Kevin Roy, Fabian Gomez, Jim Herman (+5000)

Puerto Rico Open Field

Most of the top touring pros are playing in the Arnold Palmer Invitational this week, making this an opportunity for 120 other pros to make their mark and improve their PGA Tour and FedExCup Points standings this week in Puerto Rico. Nearly all the 2022 Korn Ferry Tour graduates are in the field.

Puerto Rico Open Picks & Predictions

Four of the last five winners have shot 19 under par or better to win the Puerto Rico Open. Grand Reserve is a diverse, wind-exposed course with Paspalum grass. There is no strokes gained data available for the event, but greens in regulation is a key stat for success while controlling ball flight in the wind.

Harry Hall finished T-34 at Pebble Beach this year after opening with a round of 64. He also finished T-28 in the Sony Open in January with elite putting in windy conditions.

The 25-year-old Englishman and former UNLV star makes his debut in this event, but he also shined on the Korn Ferry Tour last year, winning the NV5 Invitational (-22) in May and finishing top 5 in two of his next eight Korn Ferry starts. Hall is a top-tier putter who can handle the wind, control his ball flight and score. A breakthrough on the PGA Tour is coming.

Bet: Harry Hall to Win (+3300) and Finish Top 10

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.