The 2022 Corales Puntacana Championship is the next destination for golfers on the Korn Ferry Tour. For these professional golfers working on their game to take to the next level, the competition is fierce.
Many golfers in the field have either done well at this event, have a hot hand riding into it, or looking to gain momentum for the next one. Below you can see which betting option could be the best so you can place your bets against the PGA Tour Odds.
Golf Betting Preview for 2022 PGA Tour Corales Puntacana Championship
- Date: Mar 24–27, 2022
- Course: Corales Golf Club
- Watch on: GOLF
- Purse: $3,700,000
Odds for This Event
The following top 10 players have the best chances to win the Corales Puntacana Championship. MyBookie has the odds currently placed at:
- Jhonattan Vegas +1600
- Joel Dahmen +2200
- Sahith Theegala +2800
- Mark Hubbard +2800
- Nicolai Hojgaard +3000
- Nate Lashley +3000
- Adam Svensson +3000
- Kramer Hickok +3300
- Doc Redman +3500
- Brice Garnett +3500
*odds are subject to changes
Corales Puntacana Championship Betting Preview
Adam Svensson is an interesting pick for this event. He has two top 10 finishes on the PGA Tour this year. With his T7 finish at the Sony Open at the beginning of the year, he makes a compelling pick to play in similar conditions here.
Kramer Hickok has some potential to get in the mix for the victory. He has a top 20 and top 30 finish playing on the PGA Tour this season. Previous events on the Korn Ferry Tour have been suited better to his game, so hopefully, he can show everyone just that.
Mark Hubbard is a mixed bag of results this season. He has plenty of missed cuts and two top 30 finishes. However, his 15th finish at the Honda Classic sheds some light on his iron play and ability to make putts.
Nate Lashley has been solid for this season of golf and is looking to improve on his T28 finish here last season. He has some positives to look to on the PGA Tour against better competition. His T7 finish recently on the Korn Ferry Tour at the Puerto Rico Open shows that he is ready to steal a victory.
Jhonattan Vegas might be the most dangerous player in this event to win outright. He is currently ranked as the 95th best golfer in the world and has thrived in events that have somewhat of a weaker field. He played solidly recently at the Valspar Championship, coming in at T27 and T18 here last year.
Sahith Theegala is coming off of a T7 finish at the Valspar Championship against the best players in the world. You would not have guessed with two consecutive missed cuts heading into that event, but he is the real deal when his game is on. This might be the momentum he needs to get the job done.
Potential Winning Pick
Joel Dahmen is the defending champion of this event and has cracked the top 100 best golfers in the world rankings. He has some top 30 finishes on the PGA Tour this season and has a T6 finish at Pebble Beach. For a player to potentially win an event he has been successful at previously, and with a slight discount in odds, this is a solid choice.