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The venue for this week’s 2022 Global Technical Championship in Mayakoba features several world-class players who are favourites according to the Global Technical Championship betting odds via BetMGM. Here’s what you need to know.
2022 Global Tech Championship odds: This week’s top picks
At last year’s Mayakoba event, young star Victor Hofland beat Carlos Ortiz by four for his third PGA Tour title. He also won the 2020 tournament in Mayakoba, making him the defending champion twice. Thanks to these results, Hovland is one of the top bets of the week with +1100 odds to win.
But despite the back-to-back victories, Hovland is not a favorite to win for the third time in a row. That honor belongs to Scotty Scheffler (+900), who recently lost his first place. Rory McIlroy is No. 1 in the Official World Golf Rankings.
Other pre-match favorites include Collin Morikawa (+1600), Billy Horschel (+1800) and Tony Finau (+1800).
2022 Global Tech Championship odds: Long shots of the week
Justin Lore is off to a great start to the new PGA Tour season. Last year, he had two top-10 finishes in 24 races. He has already matched that total in four races in 2022-23, finishing tied for fourth at the Fortinet Championship and tied for eighth at last week’s Butterfield Bermuda Championship. His worst result was a T45 at Sanderson Farms.
Lower will face a tougher game in Mayakoba than he has in any game, but his game is clearly in good shape and heading in the right direction, a lethal combination.
At +8000 odds, Lore will turn his $100 bet into $8,000 if he wins his first PGA Tour victory this week.
You can check out the top 10 betting odds for the 2022 Global Tech Championship as of Wednesday morning below, or head over to BetMGM for a full list of odds and bets this week.
World Tech Championship 2022 betting odds (top 10 and ties)
Scotty Scheffler (+900)
Victor Hofland (+1100)
Colin Morikawa (+1600)
Billy Horscher (+1800)
Tony Furnau (+1800)
Aaron Wise (+2000)
Maverick McNealy (+3000)
Tom Hogg (+3000)
Emiliano Grillo (+3300)
Tyler Montgomery (+3500)
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