Kevin Chappell, who took 18th in the Valero Texas Open at TPC San Antonio (Oaks) from March 31 – April 3 in his last outing, heads into the 2022 Mexico Open at Vidanta Vallarta with +20000 odds. In this article, we’ll break down his recent form to help you make your best bets on Chappell before he tees off in Vallarta, Mexico.
Last 4 Tournaments: Kevin Chappell
|Date||Tournament||Finish||Score||Strokes Off Leader||Earnings|
|March 31 – April 3||Valero Texas Open||18||71-65-73-72 (-7)||6||$92,606|
|March 24-27||Corales Puntacana Championship||15||73-67-72-66 (-10)||7||$56,425|
|March 3- 6||Puerto Rico Open||MC||72-72 (E)||—||$0|
|February 10-13||Waste Management Phoenix Open||43||70-69-68-73 (-4)||12||$26,705|
Recent Form Insights: Kevin Chappell
- Chappell has made the cut and finished in the top 20 on the leaderboard twice in his past four appearances.
- He has made the cut in three of his past four appearances.
- Chappell finished with a better-than-average score in two of his past four tournaments.
- In his past four events, his average score was -7.
- Over his last 14 rounds, Chappell has finished under par seven times, while also posting one bogey-free round and seven rounds with a better-than-average score.
- He has recorded a top-five score in two of his last 14 rounds, while ranking among the top 10 scores of the day three times.
Last 4 Tournaments Breakdown: Kevin Chappell
|Total||Within 3 Strokes||Within 5 Strokes||Under AVG|
Last Time Out
- Chappell finished in the 50th percentile on the 16 par-3 holes at the Valero Texas Open, averaging par.
- He shot well to finish in the 69th percentile on par 4s at the Valero Texas Open, averaging 4.00 strokes on the 40 par-4 holes.
- On the 16 par-5 holes at the Valero Texas Open, Chappell shot better than 75% of the golfers (averaging 4.56 strokes per hole).
- Chappell carded a birdie or better on one of the 16 par-3 holes at the Valero Texas Open (the other participants averaged 1.6).
- On the 16 par-3 holes at the Valero Texas Open, Chappell recorded one bogey or worse (the tournament average was 1.9).
- Chappell’s seven birdies or better on par-4 holes at the Valero Texas Open were more than the field average (5.1).