2022 Wells Fargo Championship final round odds, golfers to watch
Three towers are in the book at Wells Fargo Championship 2022 and only 18 golfers are under par. Below we take a look at the Wells Fargo Championship the odds of entering Sunday’s final round in Potomac, Maryland. Check back throughout the season for our PGA Tour picks, predictions and bets.
Keegan Bradleywho had opening odds to win of +3,000, shot a 3-under 67 on Saturday and has a 2-stroke lead heading into the final round over TPC Potomac, who is playing 7,160 yards and a par 70. Bradley , the No. 49 player in the Golf week/Sagarine ranking, is 8-under 202.
Pre-Tournament Favorite Rory McIlroy (+750 before round one and now at +2000) is tied for 6th at 2-under 208 after rounds of 67-73-68. The defending champion won in 2021 at 10 under par at Quail Hollow in Charlotte, North Carolina. At 6 strokes back, it cannot be counted.
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Wells Fargo Championship 2022 – Final Pairing
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The PGA Tour has moved the Wells Fargo Championship to TPC Potomac for this year as Quail Hollow prepares to host the Presidents Cup in September. The TPC Potomac last held a tour in 2018 when the Quicken Loans National was played there. It was won by Francesco Molinariwho missed the cut this week.
Kegan Bradley (+125)
The 35-year-old Vermont native will be looking to win his 5th PGA Tour title and first since the 2018 BMW Championship. He will enter Sunday’s final round with a 2-stroke lead after rounds of 70-65- 67. Bradley, who has 16 birdies, 6 bogeys and a double bogey in 3 rounds, is No. 33 on the circuit in final-round scoring average (69.20). He has 4 top-10 finishes in 15 events this season.
Max Homa (+280)
The 31-year-old Californian is looking for his 4th tour title and his second this season. The 2019 Wells Fargo Championship winner starts tied for second at 6 under 204 after rounds of 67-66-71. The 52nd-ranked player will need to improve on this year’s final-round scoring average (No. 132 at 70.78) if he hopes to catch and pass Bradley.
2022 Wells Fargo Championship – On The Hunt
Before the final group tees off Sunday at 12:35 p.m. ET, here are 3 more golfers to watch as they try to hunt down the leader.
Anirban Lahiri (+1500): Starts 4 strokes back at 4-under 206 after rounds of 68-68-70. The 140th ranked player opened at +8000.
Matthew Fitzpatrick (+1500): Starts 4 strokes back at 4 under after rounds of 68-68-71. The 35th ranked player opened at +2000.
Cameron Young (+4000): Starts 6 strokes back at 2 under after rounds of 68-71-69. The 90th ranked player opened at +3000.
Wells Fargo Championship 2022 – Props Update
Before the tournament started, we mentioned a few prop bets worth considering. Let’s take a look at 2 of them.
Max Homa (+750 to make the top 5): If you bet you should feel good about your odds as he starts in the final group.
Keith Mitchell (+450 to make the top 10): It won’t happen to you because the 48th-ranked player missed the cut after the rounds of 69-74.
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