Dark Horse Picks to Win the Fortinet Championship at FanDuel Sportsbook

David Kaestle
Chez Reavie is among the dark horse candidates to win the 2022 Fortinet Championship.
Chez Reavie is among the dark horse candidates to win the 2022 Fortinet Championship. / Associated Press

PGA Tour pros are preparing for the start of another season at the Fortinet Championship, being played at the Silverado Resort and Spa North Course in Napa, California.

The Fortinet Championship Golf Picks 2022

Beyond the favorites are a number of dark horses who offer more value as capable contenders.

With longshots in mind, here are three dark horses that could make a run at the Fortinet Championship leaderboard and come away with the trophy on Sunday.

2022 Fortinet Championship Dark Horse Picks

1. Chez Reavie (+5000)

Chez Reavie is no stranger to this course. He's played in events here eight times and he has still yet to miss a cut. He has three top-20 finishes in that time, including a T3 in 2020. Outside of his first-ever start here, Reavie has never finished worse than 33rd at Silverado. Don't be surprised if he makes a run here this weekend.

2. Kevin Streelman (+5500)

Kevin Streelman has a fickle history at Silverado. While in seven starts here he's missed the cut three times, he has also placed as high as T3 and has three top-25 finishes overall. He has gained strokes in five of the six major categories, only struggling with his putting. If he can fix the short stick this week, he should be much close to the top than the bottom of this leaderboard.

3. Stewart Cink (+8000)

Stewart Cink doesn't have a long track record here like Reavie or Streelman, but he did win on this course in 2020. He missed the cut in his only other appearance at Silverado in 2016. Cink also finished out last season strong, making the cut in three of his last four events.

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