Will Zalatoris proposes three outright bets

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Odds for the Scottish Open 2022

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Jon Rahm +1200
Scottie Scheffler +1200
JustinThomas +1400
Matt Fitzpatrick +1800
Xander Schauffele +2000
Patrick Cantley +2200
Will Zalatoris +2500
CameronSmith +2800
Collin Morikawa +2800
Sam Burns +2800
Jordan Spieth +3000
Hideki Matsuyama +3300
Victor Howland +3300
Joaquin Niemann +4000
Sunjae Im +4000
Ryan Fox +4500
Tommy Fleetwood +4500
Billy Horschel +5000
Cameron Young +5000
Corey Conners +5000
Keegan Bradley +5000
Max Homa +5000
Luke Herbert +6000
Tyrell Hatton +6000
Adrian Meronk +6600
JustinRose +6600
Keith Mitchell +6600
Mito Pereira +6600
Robert MacIntyre +6600
Aaron Rai +7000
Alex Noren +7500
Christiaan Bezuidenhout +8000
Gary Woodland +8000
Harold Varner III +8000
Marc Leishman +8000
Sebastian Munoz +8000
Maverick McNealy +9000
Adrian Otaegui +10000
Brian Harman +10000
Cameron Tringale +10000
Chris Kirk +10000
Jason Kokrak +10000
JordanSmith +10000
Luke’s list +10000
Min Woo Lee +10000
Haotong Li +12500
Jonathan Vegas +12500
KH Lee +12500
Mackenzie Hughes +12500
Matt Kuchar +12500
Patrick Rodgers +12500
Ricky Fowler +12500
Si Woo Kim +12500
Thomas Detry +12500
Tom Höge +12500
Victor Perez +12500
Eric van Rooyen +15000
Harris English +15000
Johannes Veerman +15000
Matthew NeSmith +15000
Rasmus Hojgaard +15000
Edoardo Molinari +17500
Francesco Molinari +17500
Richie Ramsay +17500
Russel Knox +17500
Troy Merritt +17500
Adrian Arnaus +20000
Alex Kleiney +20000
Anirban Lahiri +20000
Dean Burmester +20000
Henrik Stenson +20000
Joel Dahmen +20000
Matt Wallace +20000
Nick Taylor +20000
Padraig Harrington +20000
Ryan Palmer +20000
Thorbjorn Olesen +20000
Wyndham Clark +22500
Antoine Rozner +25000
Danny Willett +25000
Doug Ghim +25000
Fabrizio Zanotti +25000
John Catlin +25000
Mark Armitage +25000
Matthew Jordan +25000
Mikko Korhonen +25000
Nicolai Hojgaard +25000
Sepp Straka +25000
Stewart Cink +25000
Thirston Lawrence +25000
Alexander Bjork +27500
David Lipsky +27500
Wil Besseling +27500
Bio Kim +30000
Brandon Stein +30000
Callum Tarren +30000
Dylan Frittelli +30000
JJ Spaun +30000
Jason Schreiber +30000
Joohyung Kim +30000
Kurt Kitayama +30000
Luke Glover +30000
Marc Warren +30000
Sean Crocker +30000
Maximilian Kiefer +35000
Brandon Wu +40000
David law +40000
Ewen Ferguson +40000
Garrick Higgo +40000
Guido Migliozzi +40000
Joachim B Hansen +40000
Joakim Lagergren +40000
Jorg Campillo +40000
Kale Samooja +40000
Matthew Pavon +40000
Rafa Cabrera Bello +40000
Andrew Novak +50000
Andy Sullivan +50000
Ashun Wu +50000
Charley Hoffman +50000
Connor Syme +50000
Daniel van Tonder +50000
Francesco Laporta +50000
Grant Forest +50000
Jack Senior +50000
James Morrison +50000
Jamie Donaldson +50000
Jazz Janewattananand +50000
Kiradech Aphibarnrat +50000
Kristoffer Broberg +50000
Luke Donald +50000
Masahiro Kawamura +50000
Nino Bertasio +50000
Robert Streb +50000
Sami Valimaki +50000
Sebastian Soderberg +50000
Shubhankar Sharma +50000
Stephen Jaeger +50000
Tapio Pulkkanen +50000
Daniel Gavins +75000
Andrea Pavan +100000
Chris Wood +100000
David Horsey +100000
Jaekyeong Lee +100000
Jeff Winters +100000
Jonathan Caldwell +100000
Markus Kinhult +100000
Maverick Antcliff +100000
Nacho Elvira +100000
Nick Watney +100000
Scott Hend +100000
Stephen Gallacher +100000
Steven Brown +100000
Richard Karlberg +150000
Thomas Bjorn +150000

It was a smooth week at the John Deere Classic with JT Poston leading from start to finish and redeeming tickets in the +5000 range.

Now attention turns to the other side of the Atlantic for the Scottish Open, as players get one final vibe ahead of the final Major of the year.

For the first time, the Scot is part of the PGA TOUR calendar, resulting in an even stronger field than usual. Many TOUR players have played in the past anyway to prepare for the Open, but we’re seeing a bigger upswing this year as nine of the world’s top 10 will compete.


Of course

The Renaissance Club is a par 71 measuring just over 7,300 yards. The difficulty depends more on the weather. Bernd Wiesberger won here with 22-under, then Aaron Rai won with 11-under. Min Woo Lee met them about halfway through last year with 18 of them among them.

In recent years, the course has favored the strong iron players. Golfers such as Tommy Fleetwood, Henrik Stenson, Ian Poulter and Justin Thomas have all appeared in the top 10.


The favourites

It’s basically a three-way tie at the top with Jon Rahm, Scottie Scheffler and Justin Thomas all coming in at around +1200. All three played last year and finished in the top 15, so the place is pretty comfortable for them. The shape stays pretty strong for everyone too. That will make it difficult in terms of betting as they are all in good shape to ruin the map, but it’s quite difficult to distinguish between them to play at the top here.

Matthew Fitzpatrick is next at +1800. This will be his first start since winning the US Open and he’s heading for a place that should suit him well. He made a playoff at this event last year before falling to the aforementioned Lee.

The +2000’s are a strong group with Xander Schauffele from his Travelers win, Patrick Cantlay, Jordan Spieth, Collin Morikawa, Cameron Smith and Sam Burns. Schauffele and Burns both finished in the top 10 here last year, while Spieth, Cantlay and Smith will make their debuts this week.

The middle school

I’ll start with here Will Zalatoris at +3000 on BetMGM. As mentioned, this was a course where iron players stood out and his have been as good as any over the past year. He played well here last year, finishing 26th, and his form hasn’t been anywhere near where he’s riding this year. He has finished sixth or better in six of his last eight starts.

We’re going too Hideki Matsuyama here at +3400 on FanDuel. He’s another strong iron player in solid form with a fourth-place finish in his last US Open start. This will be his tournament debut and the Open Championship form has been a godsend, but he has some value in that arena.


The long shots

We come here for a game JordanSmith at 130/1 on DraftKings. He’s been one of the best ball forwards in Europe all season. He’s had a lot of Keegan Bradley this year where the irons and driver are solid most weeks but the putter never shows up.

Like last week, when he led the field from tee to green at the Irish Open, but lost almost eight strokes with the putter. We’ll just try him again on that number and hope he finds something on the greens.


The Scottish Open Card

  • Will Zalatoris +3000 (1.1 units)
  • Hideki Matsuyama +3400 (0.97 units)
  • Jordan Smith +13000 (0.25 units)

Total bet: 2.32 units

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