The Honda Classic Betting Preview 2022

PALM BEACH GARDENS, FLORIDA - MARCH 20: A pin flag is displayed during the third round of The Honda Classic at PGA National Champion course on March 20, 2021 in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. (Photo by Cliff Hawkins/Getty Images)

Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, is home to many things, but this time it will be exclusively for the Honda Classic. For viewing and betting purposes, you have to overlook the fact that the field is not as strong as it has been lately. 


Many players have opted for other upcoming events and decided to take this event off. After some shuffling around, this event now goes first during this stretch of the year and allows for more quality players to compete. 


Also important to note that most events leading up to this have been modest to high scoring. You will not see that here, with this course being quite challenging and many of the best golfers will be challenged. 


Tournament Information 


Date: Feb 24–27, 2022

Course: PGA National Resort & Spa – The Champion Course

Catch this on: GOLF, NBC

Purse: $8,000,000


Odds for Honda Classic 


The market has changed quite a bit on who they think is the top 10 to have the best chance to win this event. DraftKings has the following updated odds currently placed at:


Sung-Jae Im +1000

Tommy Fleetwood +1400

Louis Oosthuizen +1600

Billy Horschel +1800

Daniel Berger +1800

Joaquin Niemann +1800

Shane Lowry +2200

Brooks Koepka +2200

Cameron Tringale +2500

Matthew Wolff +3500.

*odds could change at any time


Golfers That Have a Shot


Tommy Fleetwood has a slightly higher price tag than some other top golfers on this list. He has competed in this event twice, with a fourth-place finish in 2018 and a third-place finish in 2020. 


He looks good on paper, too, with four top 10 finishes and seven top 25 finishes over his last ten global starts. However, only two of those have been with PGA Tour events. 


Billy Horschel is an excellent choice to throw some money on. He has not done poorly on the West coast, with several top 10 and 20 finishes this year.  


Now that he is back in his home state, Horschel has a chance to shine against a weaker field. His best performances here were a T-8 in 2016 and T-4 in 2017, but he has missed the cut every other time. 


You never quite know where Brooks Koepka’s head is at from a competitive standpoint. Yes, he will try, but against a weaker field, will he remain competitive if things do not go his way? 


Giving Louis Oosthuizen the benefit of doubt here that he might have a great week. As one of the better-ranked golfers on the list, 13th, he has to shine at some point. Given the weaker field and some success here in the past, he might have a chance. 


Potential Winning Golfer


Sung-Jae Im won the Honda Classic back in 2020. He narrowly escaped with a victory after finishing with a -6, but in the final round, he roared back with a -4. 


Im has solid ball striking and consistent iron play to achieve another victory. He has a great shot at repeating his success from 2020. 

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