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Scheffler Eyes Overdue Win at World Wide Technology

Quality PGA Tour Players are Back

The best PGA Tour players return at the World Wide Technology Championship this week and it should be an exciting tournament.

Scottie Scheffler tops golf betting markets at +850 as he looks to score an overdue win. He has lost his top ranking to Rory McIlroy, but a win could steal it back.

Scheffler Eyes Overdue Win at World Wide Technology
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However, he needs to hold off the likes of Viktor Hovland and Collin Morikawa, who are also desperate to get back to winning form. Our pockets are full after tipping Seamus Power last week, so we’re full steam ahead.

Let’s check the latest Golf odds, stats, injury reports, and Golf lines for World Wide Technology Championship. We’ve plenty of Golf betting odds for you to consider.

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Ever since he got the top ranking, Scheffler hasn’t been at his best. However, now that he has lost it, he could regain his focus.

We haven’t been impressed with Scheffler’s temperament of late and his effort for T45 at the CJ Cup was underwhelming. However, he’s a quality player and he doesn’t need to improve much to get the job done.

Making a gear change isn’t always what you want to see, but the Master’s winner has benched his putter in the hopes to regain his form.

I typically don’t like changing equipment at all, but I’ve been using it now for probably two, three weeks,” Scheffler told Golf Digest. “Late in the year I put what felt like to me pretty poorly, I was really streaky. I was trying a few different things and that’s not really a way to improve when you’re kind of, felt like I was kind of blindly throwing darts just trying to find something.”

Changing equipment can have short-term benefits, which is excellent news for bettors. Scheffler is paying +850 at the sportsbook and we’re taking those odds before the firm.

  • Pick: Scottie Scheffler +850

Hovland Seeking Three-Peat

Hovland won the Mayakoba in 2020 and 2021, and although his recent form is anything to get excited about, he could go back-to-back.

The Norwegian superstar wasn’t too far behind McIlroy at the CJ Cup when finishing T21, but with only three wins on this PGA Tour record and two of them coming in this tournament, he needs to start producing the goods on a more consistent basis.

Hovland is currently on the second line of betting at +1000 and that comes as no surprise. He loves the course and that’s usually enough to see a golfer contend on the weekend.

He needs to get off to a positive start on Thursday and Friday, but he often starts well and puts himself in a winning position.

  • Pick: Viktor Hovland +1000

Don’t Forget About English

It’s easy to forget about guys like Harris English, but the +5500 chance with betting online markets can’t be overlooked.

The American finished T40 at the CJ Cup and T28 at the Shriners, so he’s not far off from producing a top performance.

He’s a four-time PGA Tour winner, so he owns more wins than Hovland, which can’t go understated. The 33-year-old won twice in 2013 before taking eight years to bounce back in the Tournament of Champions.

He followed it up with a win in the 2021 Travelers, so he can win big tournaments and the golf odds are worth snapping up.

  • Pick: Harris English +5500

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