PGA Odds And Bets For 2022 The American Express

Following two events in Hawaii including last week’s Sony Open, the PGA Tour West Coast swing heads to La Quinta, CA for 2022 The American Express.

I’ve added odds to win from the Circa Sports in Las Vegas below, which often has the best odds to win on most players. But comparing and betting the best odds is essential for adding to your profits and golf bets.

2022 The American Express Odds

Check out more coverage at TheDuel, where I chip in golf coverage and update The American Express odds, favorites, tee times and more.

A full list of players odds is available for reference on FanDuel Sportsbook. You can check out more detailed coverage from me and the golf contributors at TheLines. Odds from leading online sportsbooks are available from FanDuel, DraftKings, BetMGM, Caesars, WynnBet and golf odds at the SuperBook.

COURSE AND TOURNAMENT INFORMATION

  • Course: PGA West (Stadium)
  • Location: La Quinta, CA
  • Date: Jan. 21-24
  • Par: 72 / Yardage 7,157
  • Purse: $7.6 Million / Winner $1.2 M
  • Fairways/Rough: Bermudagrass
  • Greens: : Bermudagrass
  • TV: Golf Channel (Thurs-Sun) and App
  • Twitter & Hashtag: @theamexgolf
  • Defending Champion: Si Woo Kim

Two other courses played as part of the Pro-Am this week include:

  • PGA West (Jack Nicklaus Tournament) – Par 72 / 7,147 yards
  • La Quinta Country Club – Par 72, 7,060 yards

72-Hole Winning Score: 262.5

The California Swing

The American Express event tees off the first leg of the California Swing during the West Coast Swing through Hawaii, California and Arizona. I chip-in additional golf coverage and player profiles for PlayUSA with some chip-ins on players from the Golden State.

I’ll post weekly PGA picks and coverage as available again this season, but know I bet more match-ups and props than listed here. Last week I went 2-for-2 on match-ups with Corey Connors over Marc Leishman and Corey Connors over Talor Gooch.

Last year we had winners in the The American Express, and the 2-1 tourney match-ups was part of our hot start of 17-5 on our PGA golf match-ups before settling for a 2020-21 season record of 21-15 following the Tour Championship and FedExCup finale. I’ll reference past links to coverage so you can see some of the additional data and insights along with golfers and past success.

My golf coverage and research includes use and references from sites like Golf Stats along with Fantasy National, Data Golf and Fanshare Sports. I gain added information from contacts and golf insiders.

I’ll be adding strokes gained stats in future tourney’s, but some of the courses this week don’t provide strokes gained data.

I put it all together and add my intuitive feel for the game and betting acumen to provide golf picks and chip-in added insight with information you can bet on. This page will be updated up to the start of the tournament and include picks for consideration to win, some top finishing position, along with tournament match-ups.

Golf Power Rankings and Stats for Top 20 players at The American Express

Golf Betting Data

BetMGM (Wednesday)

Highest Ticket%

  • Abraham Ancer 7.2%
  • Scottie Scheffler 6.8%
  • Jon Rahm 6.5%

Highest Handle%

  • Jon Rahm 11.9%
  • Abraham Ancer 10.2%
  • Patrick Cantlay 9.4%
  • Tony Finau 8.3%
  • Scottie Scheffler 6.7%

Biggest Liabilities

  • Abraham Ancer
  • Tony Finau
  • Scottie Scheffler

THE AMERICAN EXPRESS PICKS

Fairway’s Favorites: Ancer, Gooch, Wolff, Zalatoris
Fairway’s Longshots: Fowler (+6700), Hadwin (+8000), Hoge (+15000), Young (+22500)

Tournament Match-ups: Doug Ghim (-120) over Andrew Landry (Caesars)

1st round match-up: Buckley (-115) over Pendrith

Next week the PGA Tour continues the West Coast Swing in San Diego for the Farmer’s Insurance Open at Torrey Pines.

Post Tournament Update: Tournament match-up winner with Ghim over Landry (cut), and also first round match-up winner. Will Zalatoris was best of our favorites with a T6, but big longshot Tom Hoge (-21) finished solo 2nd, and even bigger longshot Cameron Young was top 10 into Sunday until blowing up in final round.

2022 Tournament match-up record 3-0.

Author: FairwayJay is a leading national sports betting analyst, writer, handicapper and sports betting insider providing insight and information you can bet on for nearly two decades from Las Vegas. He chips in additional sports betting coverage and reporting on industry news and events for leading media and sports betting sites and companies. Follow him on Twitter: @FairwayJay