Valero Texas Open 2022 odds update and 7 picks for Patton Kizzire, Sahith Theegala, more

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Valero Texas Open 2022 Odds

Golfer odds
Rory McIlroy +900
Jordan Spieth +1600
Corey Conners +1800
Hideki Matsuyama +2000
Chris Kirk +2500
Gary Woodland +2500
Bryson De Chambeau +2800
If Woo Kim +2800
Adam Hadvin +3300
Tony Finau +3300
Maverick McNealy +3500
Keegan Bradley +4000
Davis Riley +4000
Jason Day +5000
Jonathan Vegas +5000
Kevin Strelman +5000
List of Luke +5500
Myth William Pereira +6000
Patton Kizzire +6000
Ricky Fowler +6000
Russell Knox +6600
Brendan Steele +7000
Charley Hoffman +7000
Kyoung-Hoon Lee +7000
Robert MacIntyre +7000
ryan palm tree +7000
Sahith Theegala +7000
Doug Pins +7500
Denny McCarthy +8000
Matt Kuchar +8000
Rasmus Hojgaard +8000
Charles Howell III +9000
Ian Poulter +9000
Lanto Griffin +9000
Matthew Ne Smith +9000
Alex Smalley +10000
Dylan Fritelli +10000
Martin Laird +10000
matt jones +10000
Nick Taylor +10000
Pat Perez +10000
Scott Stallings +10000
Takumi Kanaya +10000
Taylor Moore +10000
Troy Merrit +10000
Peter Uihlein +10000
Anirban Lahiri +12500
Handsome Hossler +12500
burning grace +12500
Brian Stuart +12500
Chad Ramey +12500
Casserole Cheng-Tsung +12500
David Lipsky +12500
JJ Spaun +12500
Kramer Hickok +12500
Lee Westwood +12500
Lucas Glover +12500
Matthew Schwab +12500
Richard Bland +12500
Adam Long +15000
Andrew D. Putnam +15000
Brendon Todd +15000
Doc Redman +15000
Sigg Greyson +15000
Joseph Bramlett +15000
Min Woo Lee +15000
Nate Lashley +15000
Sam Ryder +15000
Vincent Balley +15000
Wyndham Clark +15000
Champion Cameron +17500
Danny Lee +17500
Harry Higg +17500
Aaron Rai +20000
Adam Schenk +20000
Adam Svensson +20000
Andrew Novak +20000
Austin Smokerman +20000
Brandon leave +20000
At Reavie’s +20000
Hank Lebioda +20000
Hayden Buckley +20000
Hudson Swafford +20000
jimmy walker +20000
J.T. Poston +20000
Kevin Chappell +20000
Kevin Tway +20000
Kyle Stanley +20000
Lee Hodges +20000
Nick Hardy +20000
Patrick Rodgers +20000
Robert Streb +20000
Tyler Duncan +20000
Zach Johnson +20000
Brandt Snedeker +25000
Garrick Higo +25000
Graeme McDowell +25000
Henrik Stenson +25000
Jean Huh +25000
Lower Justin +25000
Luke Donald +25000
Matt Wallace +25000
Max McGreevy +25000
Pierre Malnati +25000
Ryan Brehm +25000
Stephan Jäger +25000
Trey Mullinax +25000
Ben Kohles +30000
Ben Martin +30000
Bill Haas +30000
Brice Garnett +30000
Camilo Villegas +30000
Logan McAllister +30000
Nick Watney +30000
Richy Werensky +30000
Roger Sloan +30000
Seung-yul Noh +30000
Song Kang | +30000
Jared Wolfe +30000
Chesson Hadley +35000
Dylan Wu +35000
Guido Migliozzi +35000
James Hahn +35000
Paul Barjon +35000
Aaron Baddeley +35000
Austin cook +50000
Ben Kern +50000
Bronson Bourguignon +50000
Curtis Thompson +50000
David Skinn +50000
Dawie van der Walt +50000
Henrik Norlander +50000
Jim Hermann +50000
Jonas Blixt +50000
Kelly Kraft +50000
Ludwig Aberg +50000
Martin Trainer +50000
Michel Gligic +50000
Seth Reeves +50000
William McGirt +50000
Shawn Stefani +50000
Jake Kevorkian +50000
Samuel Saunders +50000

We have one more stop before Augusta National, and that’s the Valero Texas Open.

TPC San Antonio is hosting the final stop on the PGA TOUR before the Masters, and it could send one more player to Georgia next week. We’ve seen players win this tournament before and get their ticket to Augusta, so why shouldn’t it happen again?

This is where the head of our GolfBet team is this week. While big names like Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth, Hideki Matsuyama and Bryson DeChambeau are on the court, their focus is on playing well. They have their flights booked Sunday night for Augusta.

Check out the golfers our team of betting analysts believe are set to thrive this week in the Lone Star State below, including how to back them.

2022 Valero Texas Open Best Bets

Sahith Theegala – Top 10 (+600)

Jason Sobel: I’m not saying Theegala is going to enjoy a Scottie Scheffler or Sam Burns type progression in his career over the next 12-24 months…but I’m not saying that either.

Theegala has been outstanding at all levels of competition so far, and that sometimes includes the PGA TOUR. In addition to that third-place share after being the 54-hole leader at Phoenix, Theegala was T7 at Tampa and T22 at Puntacana in his last two starts.

I’ll be throwing it downright (+7500) this week as well, given that it won’t be long before we’ll ever see Theegala again at that kind of price, especially in that kind of area. Jump on it while you still have the chance.

Kevin Streelman +6500

Chris Murphy: One of the players I had in mind to start the week was Kevin Streelman. He has really come back to form in his last two tournaments after a slow start to the year, especially in the run-up.

Streelman really found his shackles at THE PLAYERS, earning 3.7 shots on that elite field and continued his solid approach play the following week at Valspar. He now associates that game with an off-court game where he hasn’t lost a shot against any field this year and has always been strong in that metric.

The Valero is always a course where hitting the ball comes first and Streelman is certainly a player who is getting in shape in both aspects. He also has a solid history at this event, including Top 10s in his last two trips to TPC San Antonio. We know he will be fully motivated to improve on those results this week in hopes of qualifying for next week’s Masters.

The way Streelman is starting to put everything together ahead of a run he knows well makes me love his chances of being a name to watch this weekend, especially at +6500.

Brendan Steele +8000

matt vincent: My favorite bet on the board this week is Brendan Steele. In his last two starts at the Arnold Palmer Invitational and THE PLAYERS, Steele has gained 10.1 and 9.5 shots from tee to green. He’s placed second in the pack in Strokes Gained: Off the Tee in his last 24 rounds, which has been statistically hugely significant at this event in the past.

Steele’s combination of distance and precision with the driver makes it an ideal course for TPC San Antonio. In his last five starts, he has averaged 9.7 shots down the field in driving distance and 2.9 shots down the field in driving accuracy.

Steele’s primary concern is still the putter. That being said, when evaluating golfers who putt poorly overall, it is important to target those who are capable of having “peak” putting weeks. The 38-year-old is a perfect example of that.

Although he has lost strokes on the field in 25 of his last 40 events, he has nine tournaments where he has gained more than 4.0 strokes with the putter. To win a golf tournament, Steele doesn’t have to be a great putter; he needs to have a great putting week. The numbers prove he’s more than capable of doing it.

Steele has three PGA TOUR wins on his resume. Of the three, two came on the same course (Safeway Open 2016 and 2017). It shows me that Steele is a golfer who continually plays well on the same courses and is a true horse-for-the-course type golfer.

As for Steele’s third PGA TOUR win? You guessed it: the Valero Texas Open in 2011. If he can win the Safeway twice, there’s no reason he can’t run it this week at TPC San Antonio when he’s in excellent shape.

Aaron Baddeley—Top 40 (+360)

Rob Bolton: Much like the TPC Sawgrass recently (but no matter the conditions), the TPC San Antonio is to be respected more as the host of a reckless game of dice than as a fatality. As winners threaten and hit 20 cents on the stock by 72, the danger is amplified. You have to be careful there. This also applies to golfers!

Ball hitters should thrive, but the setup throws a bone with precision off the tee while keeping approach accuracy in its lane. Touch around and on the greens has a greater chance to shine here too. See: Spieth, Jordan; champion 2021.

Baddeley also checks that last box. Fellow Aussie Greg Norman designed the course, so there’s a level of comfort built in.

Badds was a medalist in open qualifying on Monday, and that’s a good thing because he’s a no-brainer for this prop. He’s 8-for-8 with seven top 40s at TPC San Antonio — all of which were top 30s — including on each of his last five trips dating back to 2015.

He is also one of my sleepers on

Mito Pereira – Top 20 (+250)

Landon Silinsky: Another week, another article on Mito Pereira.

I’m sorry, but this guy is an absolute monster ball striker. If he putts to zero, he can wrestle anywhere, anytime. Taking a long-term view and going back 48 laps, the Chilean’s ranking in this area reads as follows: 20th off the start, fourth on the approach, fifth on the tee-to-green and third in total strokes gained . Monster.

If you take out THE PLAYERS where he caught the wrong side of the draw, he made 10 of 13 cuts on the year with eight top 31s and a pair of top 10s. Bermuda is also his best putting surface, that which will be presented at TPC San Antonio this week.

Sign me up for a top 20.

Patton Kizzire: +6600 overall and +600 in top 10

Derek Farnsworth: Many will be looking at ball forwards this week, and that’s definitely a strategy I can adopt. However, Kizzire is an elite putter who is starting to come alive with his ball shots. If he can combine those two this week, I could easily see him win his third TOUR title.

The big question mark for Kizzire this week is his driver. If it does not lack distance, it lacks precision. If he can find a way to earn some shots with the driver, the rest of his game should follow. In his last five starts, he has won more than 13 approach shots.

In his debut here last year, he finished T9 with gains of 8.1 on approach and 3.6 on putt. He will look to replicate that this week on the back of five straight cuts. My plan is to put a pinch on the top 10 and a pinch on the top 10.

Patton Kizzire +6600

Bryan Berryman: The data suggests a stellar performance is on the horizon for Patton Kizzire, who has played well above his baseline so far in 2022.

Over the last 24 rounds, Kizzire placed fifth in this area in Strokes Gained: Approach and 10th in Strokes Gained: Total. Ironically, it was an inconsistent putter that held him off the top of the board for that amount of time. During his career, he has won an average of 0.8 strokes per putt per tournament, which is his best statistical category.

There have been flashes of the putter returning to form in recent weeks. If he can maintain that iron game streak, I like the odds that he will pull through and lead him to victory this week.