2022 Charles Schwab Challenge final-round odds, golfers to watch

Three rounds are in the book at the 2022 Charles Schwab Challenge and there are 22 golfers within 7 strokes of the lead. Below, we look at the 2022 Charles Schwab Challenge odds entering Sunday’s final round of the 77th tournament in Fort Worth, Texas. Check back throughout the season for our PGA Tour picks, predictions and bets.

Pre-tournament favorite Scottie Scheffler (+1000 to win before the opening round and now at -145) shot a 2-under-par 68 Saturday and has a 2-shot lead  heading into the final round at Colonial Country Club, which plays to 7,209 yards, par 70. Scheffler, the No. 3 player in the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings, is at 11-under 199.

PGA Championship winner Justin Thomas (+1200 to win before the opening round) missed the cut. Defending champion Jason Kokrak, who won the 2021 event at 14-under par, is in last place 6-over 216 after a third-round 76 following 69-71. He opened at +4000 to win.

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2022 Charles Schwab Challenge – Final pairing

Odds provided by Tipico Sportsbook; access USA TODAY Sports Scores and Sports Betting Odds hub for a full list. Lines last updated Saturday at 11:27 p.m. ET.

Scottie Scheffler (-145)

The 25-year-old New Jersey native will try for his 5th career PGA Tour title — all in a span of 10 starts since mid-February. The Masters champ starts Sunday’s final round with a 2-stroke lead after rounds of 66-65-68. The world’s No. 1 player-ranked has made only 1 bogey in the first 54 holes. He can become the first golfer with 5 wins in a season before June since Tom Watson in 1980.

Brendon Todd (+900)

The 36-year-old Pittsburgh native starts 2 strokes back at 9-under 201 in his quest for a 4th career tour title after shooting a bogey-free round of 65 Saturday after opening with 68-68. The 105th-ranked Todd opened at +10000 to win.


Charles Schwab Challenge – In the hunt

Before the final group tees off at 2:15p.m. ET, here are 3 players to watch as they try to chase down the leader.

Scott Stallings (+900): Starts 2 shots back at 9-under after rounds of 67-64-70. The 156h-ranked player opened at +20000 to win.

Harold Varner III (+900): Starts 3 shots back at 8-under 202 after rounds of 66-68-68. The 33rd-ranked player in the Sagarin ratings opened at +5000.

Patrick Reed (+2000): Starts 4 shots back at 7-under after rounds of 66-66-71. The 78th-ranked player opened at +7000.


Charles Schwab Challenge – Props update

Before the tournament started, we mentioned a few prop bets worth considering a play on. Let’s take a look at 3 of them.

Jordan Spieth (+350 to make top 5): The 32nd-ranked golfer, a former winner at Colonial, is tied for 12th at 5-under after rounds of 69-65-70.

Talor Gooch (+400 to make top 10): The 21st-ranked golfer is tied for 31st  at 2-under after rounds of 72-69-67.

Davis Riley (+190 to make top 20): The 99th-ranked golfer is tied for 9th place at 6-under after rounds of 67-67-70.

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Author: Naomi Berry