Bubba Watson Betting Tips & Odds to Win The 2022 PGA Championship – May 19-22

Media by Associated Press: Bubba Watson hits off the second tee during the final round of the PGA Zurich Classic golf tournament at TPC Louisiana in Avondale

Bubba Watson heads into the 2022 PGA Championship at Southern Hills Country Club with +24000 odds to win. He made the cut and finished 80th in his last time at this event in 2021. Below, we’ll analyze his recent form to help you make your best bets on Watson before he takes to the course in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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Recent Tournaments: Bubba Watson

Date Tournament Finish Score Strokes Off Leader Earnings
May 12-15 AT&T Byron Nelson MC 71-70 (-3) $0
April 7-10 Masters Tournament 39 73-73-78-71 (+7) 17 $63,000
March 17-20 Valspar Championship MC 68-72 (-2) $0
March 10-14 THE PLAYERS Championship 68 73-68-78-76 (+7) 20 $41,600

Recent Form Insights: Bubba Watson

  • In his past four events, Watson has an average finish of 54th.
  • Out of the past four tournaments he entered, he made the cut twice.
  • Watson has not posted a score better than the tournament average or finished within five shots of the leader in any of his past four appearances.
  • He has an average score of +7 across his past four events.
  • Over his last 12 rounds, Watson has finished below par five times, while also posting one par-or-better round and three rounds with a better-than-average score.
  • He has carded one of the top five scores in one of his last 12 rounds.

Last 4 Tournaments Breakdown: Bubba Watson

Tournaments Within 3 Strokes Within 5 Strokes Under AVG
4 0 0 0

Last Time Out

  • Watson finished in the 47th percentile on the eight par-3 holes at the AT&T Byron Nelson, averaging par.
  • His 4.05-stroke average on the 20 par-4 holes at the AT&T Byron Nelson placed him below average, in the 19th percentile of the field.
  • Watson shot better than 40% of the competitors at the AT&T Byron Nelson on the tournament’s eight par-5 holes, averaging 4.50 strokes per hole compared to the field average of 4.45.
  • Watson shot worse on par 3s than the field his last time out, carding a birdie or better on one of the eight par-3 holes at the AT&T Byron Nelson (the other competitors averaged 1.7).
  • On the eight par-3 holes at the AT&T Byron Nelson, Watson had one bogey or worse (less than the field average of 1.8).
  • Watson’s two birdies or better on the 20 par-4 holes at the AT&T Byron Nelson were less than the tournament average of 6.6.

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