Kurt Kitayama enters the 2022 Genesis Scottish Open at The Renaissance Club with +21000 odds. He missed the cut in his most recent outing, the U.S. Open. Let’s break down his recent performances to help you place your best bets on Kitayama before he tees off in North Berwick, United Kingdom.
Kurt Kitayama to win the 2022 Genesis Scottish Open +21000
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Recent Tournaments: Kurt Kitayama
|Date||Tournament||Finish||Score||Strokes Off Leader||Earnings|
|June 16-19||U.S. Open||MC||74-73 (+7)||—||$-|
|June 2- 5||the Memorial Tournament presented by Workday||MC||75-72 (+3)||—||$-|
|May 26-29||Charles Schwab Challenge||40||71-65-70-76 (+2)||11||$30,660|
|May 12-15||AT&T Byron Nelson||MC||73-70 (-1)||—||$-|
Recent Form Insights: Kurt Kitayama
- In his past four appearances, Kitayama has not finished in the top 20.
- Out of the past four tournaments he entered, he made the cut once.
- Kitayama did not finish within five strokes of the winner or card a better-than-average score in any of his past four events.
- He finished with a score of +2 in his only recent appearance.
- Over his last 10 rounds, Kitayama has finished below par twice, while also registering one bogey-free round and three rounds with a better-than-average score.
- He has placed in the top-five scores once in his last 10 rounds.
Last 4 Tournaments Breakdown: Kurt Kitayama
|Tournaments||Within 3 Strokes||Within 5 Strokes||Under AVG|
Last Time Out
- Kitayama was in the 16th percentile on par 3s at the U.S. Open, averaging 3.38 strokes on the eight par-3 holes.
- He averaged 4.13 strokes on par-4 holes (of which there were 24) at the U.S. Open, which landed him in the 62nd percentile among the competitors on par 4s.
- On the four par-5 holes at the U.S. Open, Kitayama was better than only 8% of the golfers (averaging 5.25 strokes per hole).
- Kitayama failed to record a birdie on any of the eight par-3 holes at the U.S. Open (the other golfers averaged 1.1).
- On the eight par-3 holes at the U.S. Open, Kitayama had three bogeys or worse, which was the same as the field average.
- Kitayama recorded fewer birdies or better (three) than the field average of 4.3 on the 24 par-4 holes at the U.S. Open.