Many of golf's marquee names won't be making the trip South of the Border for the Mexico Open, but there will still be a full field on tap at Vidanta — and someone will emerge victoriously.
Out of that full field, the event's PointsBet favorite is the player with the highest world ranking in the field — Jon Rahm. The Spaniard, now the world No. 2 after spending much of the past year at No. 1, is a heavy favorite at +450. That is PointsBet's lowest odds to win coming into a Tour event so far in 2022.
Rahm has entered every event he's played in this year as the betting favorite. However, he has still yet to win in 2022. His best finish is a runner-up at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, while his worst is a T-55 at The Players and then a T-27 at the Masters.
Following Rahm on the betting slip is Mexico native Abraham Ancer at +2000.
Here are more notable odds from PointsBet for this week's Mexico Open:
Tony Finau: +2200
Gary Woodland: +2800
Kevin Na, Patrick Reed: +2800
Aaron Wise, Cameron Tringale: +3000
Chris Kirk, Sebastian Munoz: +3300
Brendon Todd, Kevin Streelman: +4000
Aaron Rai, Cameron Champ, Charles Howell III, Doug Ghim: +5000
Cameron Champ, Charles Howell III, Matt Jones, Russell Knox:+5000
Carlos Ortiz, C.T. Pan, Davis Riley, Mark Hubbard, Sahith Theegala: +6000
Taylor Moore, Lanto Griffin, Adam Long: +6600
Chad Ramey, Scott Stallings, Anirban Lahiri: +7000
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