2022 Mexico Open Odds, Picks & Field for PGA Tournament on FanDuel Sportsbook

David Kaestle
Mexico Open betting preview, including odds, picks, predictions and field for the 2022 PGA tournament.
Mexico Open betting preview, including odds, picks, predictions and field for the 2022 PGA tournament. / Adam Cairns-Augusta Chronicle/USA TODAY
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Mexico Open Start Time, Date & Prize Money

Start Date: Thursday, April 28, 2022
Golf Course:  Vidanta Vallarta – Villa Hidalgo, Mexico
Course Stats: 7,456 Yards, Par 71
Purse: $7.3 million

Mexico Open Tee Times

Mexico Open Tee Times will be available at this link ahead of each round.

Mexico Open Odds & Favorites

Odds to win the Mexico Open are from FanDuel Sportsbook.
- Jon Rahm (+470)
- Abraham Ancer (+1500)
- Daniel Berger (+1500)
- Tony Finau (+2400)
- Gary Woodland (+2600)
- Patrick Reed (+2600)
- Kevin Na (+2600)
- Sebastian Munoz (+3100)
- Aaron Wise (+3400)
- Chris Kirk (+3600)
- Cameron Tringale (+3700)
- Kevin Streelman (+4200)

Mexico Open Field

Mexico Open Picks & Predictions

Jon Rahm comes into this one as the heavy favorite, and after looking at the field, it starts to make sense. While there are some other big names in the field like Patrick Reed and Tony Finau, the depth just isn't there. Rahm disappointed in his last outing at The Masters with a T-27, but that was against the most elite field in golf, an obstacle that won't exist this week. Buy yourself a little insurance on the win and take Rahm to finish in the top-five.

Bet Rahm to finish top-five.

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