Mayakoba Odds’ 2022 Global Technology Championship
Via bet365 odds.
|Lee Kyung Hoon||+4500|
|Eric Van Ruyen||+12500|
|Byung Hun An||+12500|
|become a fight||+16000|
|Paul Haley II||+22500|
|Jose de Jesus Rodriguez||+100000|
|Enrique Marin Santander||+200000|
The 2022-2023 PGA Tour season heads to Playa del Carmen, Mexico, starting Thursday with the World Technical Championships in Mayakoba.
The tour is shrugging off the weakest field of the fall swing, so in Bermuda, Seamus Power beat Thomas Detry at 19 under.
This week, El Camaleón Golf Course will host the Mayakoba Global Technical Championship, the 10th consecutive year and the 16th time in 17 years that the Mayakoba Global Technical Championship has been held here.
It was the second straight cut on the PGA Tour, with 129 entries for the week as of Monday morning.
Last week’s race lacked some star power in Bermuda, but the stars were back in action this week as Victor Hofland finished third in a row at the World Technical Championships in Mayakoba after winning here in 2020 and 2021 win. He is second in the opening odds at +1100, second only to the world number one. 2 Scotty Schaeffler (+900). This week, Scheffler could take the top spot from Rory McIlroy in the official World Golf Rankings.
Other notable names in the Mayakoba field include Collin Morikawa, Tony Finau, Jason Day, Billy Horschel and Justin Rose.
El Camaleón Golf Course is 7,034 yards long, par 71 with paspalum greens. Greg Norman designed the course when it opened in 2006. Like named after a chameleon and appearing on the trophy, the course’s landscape is constantly changing as it showcases three different environments: the Mexican Caribbean coastline, the Mayan jungle and the mangrove wetlands.
This is the 16th time in the past 17 years that the Mayakoba Global Technical Championship has been featured on the PGA TOUR schedule, with every race taking place in El Camaleón. It was the first PGA Tour event to be held outside the United States or Canada in 2007.
Viktor Hovland captured his third PGA Tour victory of 2021 at Playa del Carmen. He shot a 4-under 67 in the final round to beat Carlos Ortiz by four at 23 to defend his title. When he won in 2020, he shot a final-round 65 to hold off Aaron Wise at 20 under.
Overall, the event’s seven former champions will kick off this week, with Hoffland, Brendon Todd, Matt Kuchar, Button Kizil, Charlie Hoffman, Harris Ingrid Both Xi and John Hu were present.
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