Patrick Reed enters the 2022 Mexico Open at Vidanta Vallarta with +3500 odds after making the cut in his most recent outing, the Masters Tournament, finishing 35th. In this article, we’ll break down his recent form to help you make your best bets on Reed before he tees off in Vallarta, Mexico.
Last 4 Tournaments: Patrick Reed
|Date||Tournament||Finish||Score||Strokes Off Leader||Earnings|
|April 7-10||Masters Tournament||35||74-73-73-74 (+6)||16||$75,563|
|March 10-14||THE PLAYERS Championship||26||73-70-68-73 (-4)||9||$143,000|
|March 3- 6||Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard||MC||72-76 (+4)||—||$0|
|February 24-27||The Honda Classic||MC||70-79 (+9)||—||$0|
Recent Form Insights: Patrick Reed
- Reed has an average finishing position of 31st in his past four appearances.
- The past four times he has played a tournament, he made the cut twice.
- Reed finished with a score lower than the tournament average in one of his past four tournaments.
- He has carded an average score of +1 in his past four events.
- Reed has finished below par twice and carded five better-than-average rounds over his last 12 played.
- He has carded a top-10 score twice in his last 12 rounds.
Last 4 Tournaments Breakdown: Patrick Reed
|Total||Within 3 Strokes||Within 5 Strokes||Under AVG|
Last Time Out
- Reed shot poorly over the 16 par-3 holes at the Masters Tournament, averaging 3.25 strokes to finish in the 22nd percentile of competitors.
- His 4.15-stroke average on the 40 par-4 holes at the Masters Tournament ranked in the 66th percentile of the field (the tournament average was 4.18 strokes on par 4s).
- Reed shot better than 47% of the competitors at the Masters Tournament on the tournament’s 16 par-5 holes, averaging 4.75 strokes per hole compared to the field average of 4.73.
- Reed carded a birdie or better on one of the 16 par-3 holes at the Masters Tournament (the other golfers averaged 1.6).
- On the 16 par-3 holes at the Masters Tournament, Reed had more bogeys or worse (five) than the tournament average (3.1).
- Reed’s four birdies or better on the 40 par-4 holes at the Masters Tournament were more than the tournament average of 3.7.